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The Frit Flies (Chloropidae, Diptera) of Fennoscandia and Denmark
A list of new taxa and nomenclatorial changes of Chloropidae in Fennoscandia and Denmark is presented.
A check list of the world genera of the family Chloropidae (Diptera, Cyclorrhapha, Muscomorpha)
A check list of the world genera of the family Chloropidae (Diptera, Cyclorrhapha, Muscomorpha) reflects all generic namesand nomenclature changes published before 2010. It includes 204 valid genera:
A New Species of Calamoncosis Enderlein (Diptera: Chloropidae) Associated with Common Reed, Phragmites australis (Poaceae), in Eastern North America
This new species represents the first Nearctic record of a described species of the largely Palearctic genus Calamoncosis and is described and illustrated from the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge Complex in the Finger Lakes region of central New York.
The arthropod community of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) canopies in Norway
The findings of arthropods collected by fogging the canopy of 24 pine trees in two sites in Eastern and Western Norway demonstrate the need for detailed faunistical inventories of European forests.
Parasites of grass flies (Diptera, Chloropidae) from the order hymenoptera in the Holarctic region
Hymenopterous parasitoids of grass flies of the family Chloropidae from the Palaearctic and Nearctic regions are reviewed and it is noted that taxonomic diversity at the third trophic level is markedly greater than at the second level.
Grassflies of the family Chloropidae (Diptera) on Mediterranean islands
One hundred sixteen species of Chloropidae (Diptera) are recorded from several Mediterranean islands: 66 on Sardinia, 46 on Sicilia, 45 on the Balearic Islands, 39 on the Maltese Islands, 31 on
Chloropidae (Diptera) of Turkey with descriptions of new species and new records
A list of Chloropidae from Turkey is provided, containing 64 species from 31 genera and 4 subfamilies. Three species are described as new. Two additional species were only identified to genus level.
Grass-fly larvae (Diptera, Chloropidae): Diversity, habitats, and feeding specializations
The fly family Chloropidae belongs to the higher Diptera series Acalyptratae and comprises 200 genera and about 3000 species in 4 subfamilies; the greatest diversity of habitats and feeding types is observed in the subfamily Oscinellinae.