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Some Chloropidae (Diptera) from the Balearic Islands (Spain) with particular reference to Parc Natural de s'Albufera de Mallorca
catalaEs relaciona un llistat de dipters de la familia Chloropidae de les Illes Balears. Es donen noves citacions de totes les 41 especies trobades recentrnent a les illes d'Eivissa i de MallorcaExpand
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Fauna Europaea: Diptera – Brachycera
Abstract Fauna Europaea provides a public web-service with an index of scientific names (including important synonyms) of all extant multicellular European terrestrial and freshwater animals andExpand
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New records of Diptera Chamaemyiidae from the Mediterranean and Oman with a description of a new species: Parochthiphila (Euestelia) argentiseta from Turkey and a redescription of Parochthiphila
A new species of Chamaemyiidae from Turkey, Parochthiphila (Euestelia) argentiseta is described. Parochthiphila inconstans (Becker, 1903) is assigned to the subgenus Parochthiphila Czerny, 1904 afterExpand
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Gall midges (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae) of Malta
A study of gall midges was carried out at 17 localities (14 in Malta and 3 in Gozo) over a seven-day period in April 1999. Sites were chosen from the coast and inland up to an altitude of 240 m aboveExpand
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Some Hoverflies (Diptera, Syrphidae) from Mallorca (Balearic Islands, Spain) with special reference to the habitats in the Parc Natural de s'Albufera de Mallorca
English36 species of Syrphidae are recorded from s' Albufera de Mallorca and another 3 from sites outside the park. 8 species are recorded for the first time from the Balearic Islands bringing to 66Expand
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The snail-killing fly Pherbellia cinerella (Fallen) in Malta
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The identification of females of the West Palaearctic species of Gymnochiromyia Hendel (Diptera: Chyromyidae) and descriptions of five new species from Israel and the United Arab Emirates
The females of all West Palaearctic species of Gymnochiromyia were studied to elucidate taxonomic characters that may aid identification. Four new spe cies are described from Israel: G. hermonensis ,Expand
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