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Stratiomyidae wing veins-2

Stratiomyidae wing veins-2
Diagram of wing venation usual in many soldier flies except subfamily Chiromyzinae (Diptera: Stratiomyidae). Some branches of media can be incomplete and not reaching the edge of wing. Other Stratiomids have four veins arising from the discal cell (see Stratiomyidae_wing_veins-1)

Longitudinal veins: C: costa; Sc: subcosta; R: radius; M: media; Cu: cubitus; A: anal.
Crossveins: h: humeral; r-m: radio-medial; m-cu: medio-cubital.
Cells: d: discal; cup: cell cup.

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