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A historic account of the invasion of Drosophila suzukii (Matsumura) (Diptera: Drosophilidae) in the continental United States, with remarks on their identification.
- M. Hauser
- BiologyPest management science
- 1 November 2011
Although this species has been recorded from many US states and Canadian provinces, it has not been established in all of these places, and the main economic damage is restricted to the western part of North America.
Brachyceran Diptera (Insecta) in Cretaceous ambers, Part IV, Significant New Orthorrhaphous Taxa
Thirteen species of basal Brachycera (11 described as new) are reported, belonging to nine families and three infraorders, significantly expand the Mesozoic fossil record of rare and phylogenetically significant taxa of lower Brachycersa.
Floral Host Plants of Syrphidae and Tachinidae (Diptera) of Central Illinois
Plant species that served as floral hosts of adult Syrphidae and Tachinidae (Diptera) as reported by C. Robertson in his 33-yr data set of flower-visiting insects of central Illinois are tabulated.
Remarkable fly (Diptera) diversity in a patch of Costa Rican cloud forest: Why inventory is a vital science.
The number of species of Diptera in tropical regions has been severely underestimated and the actual number may surpass the number ofspecies of Coleoptera.
Anchored enrichment dataset for true flies (order Diptera) reveals insights into the phylogeny of flower flies (family Syrphidae)
Anchored hybrid enrichment was successful in producing a robustly supported phylogenetic hypothesis for the syrphids, and with the newly designed probe kit this analysis could be rapidly expanded with further sampling, opening the door to more comprehensive analyses targeting problem areas in Syrphid phylogenetics and ecology.
Comprehensive inventory of true flies (Diptera) at a tropical site
The intensive inventory of a four-hectare tropical cloud forest in Costa Rica for one year yielded 4332 species of Diptera, providing the first verifiable basis for diversity of a major group of insects at a single site in the tropics.
A review of the early stages and host plants of the genera Eumerus and Merodon (Diptera: Syrphidae), with new data on four species
- A. Ricarte, Gabriel J Souba-Dols, M. Hauser, M. Marcos-garcía
- Biology, Environmental SciencePloS one
- 19 December 2017
Early stages of four hoverfly species are described, and it is suggested that in the larvae of E. nudus the sclerotisation and size of the mandibular hooks suggest that this larva can generate decay from intact plant tissue.
A review of the soldier flies (Diptera: Stratiomyidae) of Sardinia
The present review of the soldier flies from Sardinia includes 27 species, of which Nemotelus niloticus Olivier, 1811 is newly recorded from Europe and Italy, and Lasiopa pseudovillosa Rozkosný, 1983 and Zabrachia tenella (Jaennicke, 1866) are newly recordedFrom Sardinia.
New geographical records and key to the species of Eumerus Meigen, 1823 (Diptera, Syrphidae) introduced into the Americas and Hawaii
Global population genetic structure and demographic trajectories of the black soldier fly, Hermetia illucens
The dynamic population genetic history of a cosmopolitan dipteran of South American origin shaped by striking geographic patterns is document, which reflects both ancient dispersal routes, and stochastic and heterogeneous anthropogenic introductions during the last century leading to pronounced diversification of worldwide structure.