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2 Abundances and parasitism rates of frugivorous drosophilid flies were studied in three localities at altitudes of 250-1350 m in and near Bogor, Indonesia. The drosophilid and parasitoid species were classified into four groups, low-altitude species, high-altitude species, species abundant at a mid-altitude location, and species occurring rather evenly from low to high locations. The ananassae and immigrans species groups were major drosophilids collected. All species of the ananassae speciesdoi:10.1080/00222933.2015.1005709 fatcat:hlkc4ximnjdb3dsf6hmxilcmny