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Biology of the Oriental bamboo-inhabiting fly Felderimyia gombakensis and observations on mating trophallaxis in Felderimyia (Insecta, Diptera, Tephritidae, Phytalmiinae, Acanthonevrini).

@inproceedings{Hashim2008BiologyOT,
  title={Biology of the Oriental bamboo-inhabiting fly Felderimyia gombakensis and observations on mating trophallaxis in Felderimyia (Insecta, Diptera, Tephritidae, Phytalmiinae, Acanthonevrini).},
  author={Rosli Bin Hashim and Amnon Freidberg and P. Dohm and Damir Kova{\vc}},
  year={2008}
}
Biology of the three known species of Felderimyia (F. gombakensis, F. fuscipennis and F. flavipennis), all South-East Asian and associated with bamboo, was studied with emphasis on F. gombakensis. In F. gombakensis oviposition takes place on the taller shoots (2 m and higher) of several bamboo species. The eggs are inserted under the edge of the culm sheaths. The freshly hatched larvae crawl into the water-filled internode cavities through holes made by the larvae of leaf beetles of the genus… 
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