Head, thorax, and body brown with irregular grey infuscation
. Eyes brown.
Wing: Cu[A.sub.2] virtually at right angle to and in line with bm-cu; wing membrane dark, with broad discal fascia extending from R4+5 to Cu, and an apical infuscation
; tegula and basicosta dark brown, similar to adjacent wing base, which has 3 long costagial setae, inner one very long and inclinate.
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.--Legs brownish yellow with all S.
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.
apicalis also has a rounded apical wing spot); pale 'iridescent' subapical band between apical wing spot and central infuscation
; central infuscation
vague, but rather large with some slightly darker sections around crossvein R-M and around anterior half of crossvein M-Cu; glabrous basal sections of wing include basal third and posterior edge of cell c, basal section of cell [r.sub.1] well proximal of junction of veins [R.sub.2+3] and [R.sub.4+5] (but no anterior edge), basal 2/3 of cell br, basal section of cell bm and basal half of cell cup, remainder of wing covered with microtrichia; tip of vein Cu narrowing towards wing margin.
18 Wing with distinct infuscation
over point of insertion of [R.sub.2 + 3] in costa, together with apices of [R.sub.4 + 5] and M.
Head, thorax and body light brown with irregular grey infuscation
. Eyes brown.