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A monograph and re-classification of the previous genus Limosina Macquart (Diptera, Sphaeroceridae) of Europe. Part II
TLDR
Die europaischen Arten, der ehemaligen Gattung Limosina Macquart werden monographisch dargestellt, wurde als polyphyletisch erkannt und mittels kladistischer Klassifikation in 17 gattungen, die insgesamt 81 europaische Arten enthalten, aufgeteilt.
Completing Linnaeus’s Inventory of the Swedish Insect Fauna: Only 5000 Species Left
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The size and composition of the Swedish insect fauna, thought to represent roughly half of the diversity of multicellular life in one of the largest European countries, is reported on, and it is suggested that it comprises around 33,000 species.
A revised annotated checklist of louse flies (Diptera, Hippoboscidae) from Slovakia
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The louse fly fauna of Slovakia increases to 19 species: 12 autochtonous species and seven rare, non-native species only occasionally imported to Slovakia or migrating to the country with their hosts.
The fauna of the opomyzoid families Clusiidae, Acartophthalmidae, Anthomyzidae, Opomyzidae, Stenomicridae, Periscelididae, Asteiidae (Diptera) in the Gemer area (Central Slovakia)
TLDR
The fauna of seven families of Opomyzoidea (Diptera) in the Gemer area (Slovakia) is given and Podocera soniae (Stenomicridae) is the most interesting species because it was originally partly described from specimens (paratypes) discovered in the area.
Phylogeny and affiliation of European Anthomyzidae (Diptera) based on mitochondrial 12S and 16S rRNA
The phylogenetic Bayesian analysis of combined mitochondrial 12S and 16S rRNA gene markers in European representatives of Anthomyzidae supported the monophyly of the family, confirmed the validity of
New records of the Agromyzidae (Diptera) from the Muránska planina National Park (Central Slovakia)
TLDR
With these additions, altogether 213 species are currently known from the Muránska planina NP so representing by far the largest regional diversity of Agromyzidae hitherto ascertained in Slovakia.
Diptera associated with sporocarps of Meripilus giganteus in an urban habitat
The Diptera community associated with fruit bodies of the wood-decaying fungus Meripilus giganteus (Pers.) P. Karst., 1882 was investigated in two city parks in Opava (Czech Republic, Central Europe)
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