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The Muscoidea (Diptera: Calyptratae) are paraphyletic: Evidence from four mitochondrial and four nuclear genes.
Approximately 5% of the known species-level diversity of Diptera belongs to the Muscoidea with its approximately 7000 described species. Despite including some of the most abundant and well knownExpand
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Muscid shoot-flies of the Philippine Islands (Diptera: Muscidae, genus Atherigona Rondani)
The Philippine species of Atherigona are revised for the first time. Summaries of previous taxonomic and biological work are presented, and keys for the identification of the species are given. NotesExpand
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Complete tribal sampling reveals basal split in Muscidae (Diptera), confirms saprophagy as ancestral feeding mode, and reveals an evolutionary correlation between instar numbers and carnivory.
With about 5000 species in ca. 180 genera, the Muscidae is the most species-rich family in the muscoid grade of Calyptratae (Diptera: Cyclorrhapha), the others being the Fanniidae, Scathophagidae andExpand
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A catalogue of the Fanniidae (Diptera) of the Neotropical Region
The Muscidae (Diptera) of the Neotropical Region are catalogued. 843 extant and 3 extinct species in 84 genera are listed together with their synonyms, giving a total of 1209 names. References areExpand
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Muscidae (Diptera) from Madagascar: identification keys, descriptions of new species, and new records.
The Madagascan Muscidae fauna is known only from scattered publications by a variety of authors, containing mainly descriptions of new species. Previous records of Madagascan muscids amount to 78Expand
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A plea for digital reference collections and other science‐based digitization initiatives in taxonomy: Sepsidnet as exemplar
1Department of Biological Sciences, Faculty of Science, National University of Singapore, Singapore, 2Oxford University Museum of Natural History, Oxford, England, 3Natural History Museum, London,Expand
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Studies on Australian Muscidae (Diptera). IV. A revision of the subfamilies Muscinae and Stomoxyinae.
Australian Muscinae and Stomoxyinae are revised . Keys are given to genera and species. with illustrations of characters of diagnostic and systematic importance. and all taxa are fully described .Expand
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