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Systematic database of names
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Africa, Afghanistan & Thailand [PA, AF, OR], Musca helianthi Rossi 1794[ 4222]: 73.—Italy, “Etruria” [Tuscany?]. ST A ZMHU? Type data (Thompson & Pont 1993: 82).
The little fire ant Wasmanniaauropunctata: a new invasive species in the Middle East and its impact on the local arthropod fauna
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It is shown here that this tropical species can pose a critical threat to local arthropods at a wider range of climatic conditions than was previously known.
A study of Zaleinae, a taxon transitional between Canacidae and Tethinidae (Diptera), with the description of a new genus and species
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The phylogenetic relationships of the Zaleinae are discussed, and the subfamily is shown to be an intermediate group between typical Canacidae and Tethinidae, indicating that only one family is involved.
Sex ratio in relation to season and host plant quality in a monogenous stem‐galling midge (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae)
Abstract.  1. The sex determination mechanism in gall midges is little understood, although it is known that the females of several species primarily or exclusively produce unisexual broods
Taxonomy, natural history and immature stages of the bone-skipper, Centrophlebomyia furcata (Fabricius) (Diptera: Piophilidae, Thyreophorina)
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The egg, third instar larva and puparium are described for the first time in the Thyreophorina.
A revision of Sepedonea, a neotropical genus of snail-killing flies (Diptera:Sciomyzidae)
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A revision of Sepedonea, a neotropical genus of snail-killing flics (DipteraiSciomyzidae) / Amnon Freidberg, Lloyd Knutson, Jay Abercrombie.
The Psylloidea (Hemiptera) of Israel
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The psyllids or jumping plant-lice of Israel are reviewed from literature records and collected insect material and one new combination is proposed: Crastina heslopharrisoni (Samy, 1972), comb.
Systematics of Schistopterini (Diptera: Tephritidae: Tephritinae), with descriptions of new genera and species
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The systematics of tribe Schistopterini (Diptera: Tephritidae) is reviewed and a key is given to the fourteen current genera, of which four are new, supporting the monophyly of Microtreta.
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