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DNA barcoding allows identification of European Fanniidae (Diptera) of forensic interest.
In forensic entomology practice, species identification is a prerequisite for any further analysis of collected material. Although morphology-based taxonomy may be hindered by a range of factors,Expand
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A new genus and species of hypodermatine bot flies (Diptera: Oestridae)
The bot fly Gruninomyia mira Szpila & Pape, gen.n., sp.n. is described from Iran, North Khorasan, based on a single adult male and with no larval or host data. The monotypic genus shows a mixture ofExpand
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Phylogenetic positions of seven poorly known species of Ferula (Apiaceae) with remarks on the phylogenetic utility of the plastid trnH-psbA, trnS-trnG, and atpB-rbcL intergenic spacers
Ferula L. is one of the most species-rich and taxonomically difficult genera of Apiaceae. In this study, we obtained nrDNA ITS sequences of seven poorly known species of Ferula (Ferula anatolica,Expand
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Pilosella bauhinii (Schult.) Arv.-Touv. and P. cymosa subsp. vaillantii (Tausch) S. Bräut. & Greuter (Asteraceae) from new localities in north- central Poland
We provide information about two species, Pilosella bauhinii and P. cymosa subsp. vaillantii (Asteraceae), from new localities in north-central Poland (ATPOL DC18). All individuals of both speciesExpand
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Redescription of Sphecapatoclea excisa Villeneuve, 1909 (Diptera: Sarcophagidae).
Sphecapatoclea excisa Villeneuve, 1909, the type species of the Palaearctic genus Sphecapatoclea Villeneuve, 1909, is redescribed based on a female syntype and on material from Makhtesh RamonExpand