Subfamily Stenopogoninae

Subfamily: Stenopogoninae Diagnostic features

 

Prosternum dissociated by a membranous area from proepisternum.  

Wing vein R2+3 ending in Costal vein (C)

 

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Dissociated prosternum

Key to the South Korean Species of Stenopogoninae 

  1. Large, 29-33 mm; amber red flies with clouded yellow wings . . . Stenopogon koreanus sp. n. 

  -   Much smaller, darker flies . . . 2

   2. Auxiliary cross vein aligned above (in 1st posterior cell), or positioned slightly basal to, basal vein of 2nd posterior cell; abdomen sharply conical and stout; heavily              setose flies . . . Grypoctonus aino Speiser, 1928

    - No auxiliary cross vein present . . . 3

  3. Medium sized, 11-18 mm; antennal postpedicel yellow . . . Cyrtopogon centralis Loew, 1871 

  -   Smaller flies, 7-10 mm, darker flies, antenna entirely black/light pollinose . . . 4

  4. Two distinct bright yellow pollinose abdominal bands on tergites 1 and 3; females unknown . . . Cyrtopogon lateralis (Fallen, 1814)

  -    Wings with 4 distinct black spots; red-brown pollen on male tergites 6 and 7; females unknown . . . Cyrtopogon quadripunctatus Hermann, 1906

Grypoctonus aino, male
Grypoctonus aino, male
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Grypoctonus aino, male
Grypoctonus aino, male
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Grypoctonus aino, female
Grypoctonus aino, female
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Stenopogon koreanus, male
Stenopogon koreanus, male
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Stenopogon koreanus, male
Stenopogon koreanus, male
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Stenopogon koreanus, female
Stenopogon koreanus, female
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Stenopogon koreanus, female
Stenopogon koreanus, female
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