Tephritis

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Tephritis is a genus of flies. It contains around 170 described species, making it the sixth largest genus in the family Tephritidae.[11] Many more undescribed species are known from specimen collections.[12] Tephritis occur throughout much of the world, but most are Palearctic.[11] They can be found in a wide range of climate types, from hot semidesert to tundra.[13] Most species inhabit the inflorescences of plants from several tribes in the family Asteraceae, and a few species cause galls to form.[11][14]

Tephritis can be distinguished from other fruit flies of the Tephritinae by the arrangement of setae on their bodies, among other characters.[15][16]

Species

The genus Tephritis includes the following species:[17]

[13]

Tephritis conura

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Tephritis: Brief Summary

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Tephritis is a genus of flies. It contains around 170 described species, making it the sixth largest genus in the family Tephritidae. Many more undescribed species are known from specimen collections. Tephritis occur throughout much of the world, but most are Palearctic. They can be found in a wide range of climate types, from hot semidesert to tundra. Most species inhabit the inflorescences of plants from several tribes in the family Asteraceae, and a few species cause galls to form.

Tephritis can be distinguished from other fruit flies of the Tephritinae by the arrangement of setae on their bodies, among other characters.

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