Head, thorax, and body brown with irregular grey infuscation
1C): hyaline; light brown fumose on the apical area; forewing with blackened basal cell; costal vein relatively short and ochre; veins ochre, becoming brownish in the apical area; the extremities of the veins with dark brown markings on both sides, and with deep brown infuscation
on the radial and radiomedial crossveins; ambient vein dark brown; apical area octoloculate.
Fore wings infuscate about in basal third, the infuscation
becoming faint distally and hyaline in distal half and the costal cell; hind wings hyaline.
Adult botflies have morphological characteristics (hair patterns, density, and color, plus wing infuscation
, and arista coloration) that allow for easier identification than larvae.
abudi is darker, due to extensive infuscation
, than R.
cypria Nartshuk middle of all femora and tibiae, fore coxa yellow to pale brown with indistinct infuscation
on inner side; gena uniformly yellow, as wide as diameter of fore tibia (Cyprus) 6.
Remainder of wing with very light infuscation
pockmarked by white spots.
Superficially, the glossy, uniformly brownish-orange color, with the slight infuscation
of the fastigium and wings help distinguish this genus.
5x eye stalk diameter), vague granulated structure mesally on scutum, pruinose T-cross on scutum, large rounded apical wing spot, pale 'iridescent' subapical band between apical wing spot and central infuscation
, slender front femora, whitish apical four tarsal segments of front leg, brown terga, trapezoid [female] sternum 7, [female] tergum 8 and sternum 8 single sclerites, wrinkled sausage-shaped spermathecae with small tubercles, ellipse-shaped to rounded epandrium, non-articulated surstyli in lateral and posterior view club-shaped (basally strongly constricted), and (probably) low sexual dimorphism in eye span (D ~ 1.
18 Wing with distinct infuscation
over point of insertion of [R.
Head, thorax and body light brown with irregular grey infuscation
Veins brown, membrane hyaline with very faint brown infuscation
, slightly darker in region of dm-cu crossvein; dm-cu crossvein obliquely angled.