Indirect Trophalaxis and Courtship Behaviour in the Nothybidae

@article{Paiero2014IndirectTA,
  title={Indirect Trophalaxis and Courtship Behaviour in the Nothybidae},
  author={S. Paiero and S. Marshall},
  journal={Journal of Insect Behavior},
  year={2014},
  volume={27},
  pages={712-715}
}
The Oriental family Nothybidae (Diptera: Diopsoidea) is a small, rarely collected group of acalyptrate flies including eight described species, all in the genus Nothybus. Nothybus species are usually collected in wet forests but little is known of their life cycle and behaviour. Adults, most often seen on horizontal leaf surfaces, wave their front legs much like superficially similar Micropezidae and some hold their wings at a characteristic angle of about 45 degrees from the horizontal… Expand

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