Pseudozygomma maculipennis

Pseudozygomma maculipennis – this species has wing M fork with a bellied appearance (similar to Zygomma), a cloud is present over this fork, and the hind femora are noticeably darkened in the apical half. Females have antennae with the apical three segments white, males with antennae entirely black. Euricrium australiensis is another similar looking Australian species but has all femora pale.

Female
Early December 2020
Ridgeway
Image by Keith Martin-Smith, used with permission.
Pseudozygomma maculipennis (female)

Female
Early March 2022
Ridgeway
Image by Keith Martin-Smith, used with permission.
Pseudozygomma maculipennis (female)

Female
Early April 2022
Ridgeway
Images by Keith Martin-Smith, used with permission.
Pseudozygomma maculipennis (female) Pseudozygomma maculipennis (female)