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Genus Campylocheta

Fly - Campylocheta Tachinid? - Campylocheta teliosis - female Tachinid? - Campylocheta teliosis - female Diptera  - Campylocheta - male - female Tachinidae - Campylocheta townsendi Voria?  - Campylocheta Voriini?  - Campylocheta Fly - Campylocheta eudryae - female
Kingdom Animalia (Animals)
Phylum Arthropoda (Arthropods)
Subphylum Hexapoda (Hexapods)
Class Insecta (Insects)
Order Diptera (Flies)
No Taxon (Calyptratae)
Superfamily Oestroidea
Family Tachinidae (Parasitic Flies)
Subfamily Dexiinae
Tribe Voriini
Genus Campylocheta
Synonyms and other taxonomic changes
Campylocheta Rondani
Chaetophlepsis Townsend
Pale hairs on propleuron and occiput; eye haired; ocellar bristles strong and reclinate; R1 haired; R4+5 with strong bristles at base; male with 1 and female with 2 ad on mid tibia; legs normally black with reddish tibiae.
Larvae are parasitoids of Lepidoptera, including Geometridae and Noctuidae.
Reported on:
Aegeriidae, Melittia satyriniformis Hübner
Noctuidae, Catocala antinympha (Hübner), Plathypena scabra (Fabricius)
Tortricidae, Choristoneura conflictana (Walker)
See Also
Siphonini are similar, but lack discal bristles on tergites 3 and 4, have more hairs on R4+5, and in North America do not have 2 anterodorsal bristles on mid tibia.
Internet References
TachImage gallery (photos of Campylocheta semiothisae)