Clemelis pullata is a species of fly in the family Tachinidae. This family consists of dipteran tachina flies, which are protelean parasitoids of arthropods. This species (previously called Zenillia pullata) is said to have the world's smallest insect eggs, with dimensions of 0.027 by 0.02 mm (about 8 nanograms).

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  • Clemelis pullata is een vliegensoort uit de familie van de sluipvliegen (Tachinidae). De wetenschappelijke naam van de soort is voor het eerst geldig gepubliceerd in 1824 door Johann Wilhelm Meigen. (nl)
  • Clemelis pullata is a species of fly in the family Tachinidae. This family consists of dipteran tachina flies, which are protelean parasitoids of arthropods. This species (previously called Zenillia pullata) is said to have the world's smallest insect eggs, with dimensions of 0.027 by 0.02 mm (about 8 nanograms). (en)
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  • *Tachina pullata (Meigen, 1824)
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  • Clemelis pullata
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  • C. pullata
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  • Clemelis pullata is een vliegensoort uit de familie van de sluipvliegen (Tachinidae). De wetenschappelijke naam van de soort is voor het eerst geldig gepubliceerd in 1824 door Johann Wilhelm Meigen. (nl)
  • Clemelis pullata is a species of fly in the family Tachinidae. This family consists of dipteran tachina flies, which are protelean parasitoids of arthropods. This species (previously called Zenillia pullata) is said to have the world's smallest insect eggs, with dimensions of 0.027 by 0.02 mm (about 8 nanograms). (en)
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  • Clemelis pullata (nl)
  • Clemelis pullata (en)
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