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Klinjer (Loxoneura decora)

Klinjer (Loxoneura decora) is an animal species in Platystomatidae, winged insects, has three body segments, black predominance, dark yellow head dominated by a pair of large, oval-shaped, dark red or brown eyes and very short antennae.

L. decora has an opaque black, tubular dorsal with a shallow depression and an angle on the left and right for a pair of wings. A narrow segment at the back separated by a horizontal crease to connect with the abdomen.

Dlium Klinjer (Loxoneura decora)

The belly is round, inclines vertically, has the largest size of all the rest of the body, is bluish black and shiny, a line of vertical angles in the middle and several horizontal creases or folds.

A pair of forelegs has four segments, is straight or curved and is black. A pair of middle legs under the wings and a pair of black hind legs. The legs are almost the same size and symmetrical.

A pair of wings grows from the left and right sides of the back, long, transparent, with several veins, a narrow base and a slightly sharp tip. The front has a curved border with a predominance of black and a gold plot on the front towards the end. The back has a curved border with a transparent predominance.

Klinjer lives solitary in primary and secondary forests with amboyna pine (Agathis) and pine (Pinus) communities in the tropics at an altitude of 1000 meters, perches on the trunks of large trees and may like tree sap.

Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Subphylum: Hexapoda
Class: Insecta
Subclass: Pterygota
Order: Diptera
Suborder: Brachycera
Infraorder: Cyclorrhapha
Zoosection: Schizophora
Zoosubsection: Acalyptratae
Superfamily: Tephritoidea
Family: Platystomatidae
Subfamily: Platystomatinae
Genus: Loxoneura
Species: Loxoneura decora



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