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#1 2018-11-22 22:43:18

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Tiny Drosophila

To all fellow Diptera-lovers,

I am posting in multiple forums in the hopes that a similarly interested party respond. I am a PhD student studying the evolution of different species of Drosophila (their olfactory circuitry and divergences in behaviour). I am intrigued by the concept of brain scaling and to this end I would love to know if anyone could a Drosophila species (not just Drosophilid) that they believe could be the smallest they have encountered. Pictures will scale bars would be tremendous. Notes on their location and ecology a God-send.
Any and all help would be greatly appreciated.

All the best,
Ruairi

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