ⓘ Notopleuron. The notopleuron is a region on an insect thorax. Notopleura are useful in characterizing species, particularly, though not uniquely, in the Order D ..

                                     

ⓘ Notopleuron

The notopleuron is a region on an insect thorax. Notopleura are useful in characterizing species, particularly, though not uniquely, in the Order Diptera. The notopleuron is a thoracic pleurite situated at the end of the transverse suture of Diptera.

Apart from in the Diptera, visible notopleural structures occur in the beetle suborder Adephaga and in certain Hemiptera, but this list is not exhaustive.

                                     
  • the mentum. The hypopleuronis bare. The subcostal vein is setulose. Notopleuron hairy. Length 5 - 6 5 mm. Eggs are laid in almost fresh cow - dung. The larvae
  • bluish black The scutum is dark bluish black except yellowish on the notopleuron The pronotum is densely yellowish gray. Its halter is yellow. Legs:
  • having black bristles on the meron and two to three bristles on the notopleuron The similarities between the different species of Calliphora can make