Synonyms for drosophilidae or Related words with drosophilidae

agromyzidae              otitidae              hippoboscidae              oestridae              tephritidae              anthomyiidae              psychodidae              phoridae              tabanidae              muscidae              stratiomyidae              tipulidae              cleridae              cecidomyiidae              curculionidae              megaspilidae              aphidiidae              aphelinidae              trichogrammatidae              tachimidae              cicadellidae              mydidae              simuliidae              pyrrhocoridae              spiracularis              therevidae              coccinellidae              aphididae              alloxystidae              sarcophagidae              vespidae              brachycera              psyllidae              membracidae              dolichopodidae              aphidae              scarabaeoidea              phylloxeridae              thripidae              triozidae              ceratopogonidae              chrysomelidae              tenebrionidae              ptinidae              issidae              cicadidae              tachinidae              flatidae              syrphidae              bibionidae             



Examples of "drosophilidae"
"Drosophila" is a genus of flies of the family Drosophilidae.
Some "Lispocephala" are known to be specialized predators on Drosophilidae in the Hawaiian Islands.
The Drosophilinae are the largest subfamily in the Drosophilidae. The other subfamily is the Steganinae.
Scaptomyza flava is a species of fly in the family Drosophilidae. It is found in the Palearctic .
Families of acalyptrate flies exhibiting morphological development associated with agonistic behaviour include: Clusiidae, Diopsidae, Drosophilidae, Platystomatidae, Tephritidae and Ulidiidae.
Families of acalyptrate flies exhibiting morphological development associated with agonistic behaviour include: Clusiidae, Diopsidae, Drosophilidae, Platystomatidae, Tephritidae, and Ulidiidae.
The Steganinae , is the smaller of two subfamilies in the fruit fly family Drosophilidae. The other subfamily is the Drosophilinae.
Chymomyza fuscimana is a species of fly in the family Drosophilidae. It is found in the Palearctic .
Stegana coleoptrata is a species of fly in the family Drosophilidae. It is found in the Palearctic .
Hirtodrosophila confusa is a widespread, but rarely common European species of fruit fly from the family Drosophilidae.
Drosophila lanaiensis was a species of fly in family Drosophilidae that was endemic to Hawaii. It lived on Lānaʻi, and possibly on Oʻahu.
Relatively large species (for Drosophilidae), wing length about , generally yellowish body with some variable brown triangular marking on the dorsal surface of the abdomen, wings yellowish.
Drosophila helvetica is a rare European species of fruit fly from the family Drosophilidae. It seems to be associated with humid woodland habitat, and sometimes found near farms.
As well as the housefly, "Musca domestica", infection has been observed in adult flies in the families Calliphoridae, Culicidae Drosophilidae, Muscidae, Sarcophagidae, Scathophagidae, Syrphidae and Tachinidae.
Hirtodrosophila is a genus of fruit fly from the family Drosophilidae. Formally "Hirtodrosophila" was a subgenus of the genus "Drosophila", but was raised to the status of genus on 1990 by Grimaldi.
The family has at various times been placed in the Drosophilidae, Diastatidae, and Ephydridae. In 1934 Duda proposed the family name Curtonotidae and nowadays family rank is now widely accepted.
The intermediate hosts of several "Thelazia" species are known, and in each case they are tear-feeding flies of the genera "Musca" (family Muscidae), "Phortica" (family Drosophilidae), or "Fannia" (family Fanniidae).
The Tephritidae are one of two fly families referred to as fruit flies, the other family being the Drosophilidae. The Tephritidae family does not include the biological model organisms of the genus "Drosophila" (in the family Drosophilidae), which is often called the "common fruit fly". Nearly 5,000 described species of tephritid fruit fly are categorized in almost 500 genera of the Tephritidae. Description, recategorization, and genetic analyses are constantly changing the taxonomy of this family. To distinguish them from the Drosophilidae, the Tephritidae are sometimes called peacock flies, in reference to their elaborate and colorful markings. The name comes from the Greek τεφρος, "tephros", meaning "ash grey". They are found in all the ecozones.
The Drosophilidae are a diverse, cosmopolitan family of flies, which includes fruit flies. Another unrelated family of flies, Tephritidae, also includes species known as "fruit flies". The best known species of the Drosophilidae is "Drosophila melanogaster", within the genus "Drosophila", and this species is used extensively for studies concerning genetics, development, physiology, ecology and behaviour. This fruit fly is mostly composed of post-mitotic cells, has a very short lifespan, and shows gradual aging. As in other species, temperature influences the life history of the animal. Several genes have been identified that can be manipulated to extend the lifespan of these insects.
In about , the Hawaiian Islands have the most diverse collection of drosophilid flies in the world, living from rainforests to subalpine meadows. These roughly 800 Hawaiian drosophilid species are usually assigned to two genera, "Drosophila" and "Scaptomyza", in the family Drosophilidae.