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Molecular phylogeny of the megadiverse insect infraorder Bibionomorpha sensu lato (Diptera)
The phylogeny of the insect infraorder Bibionomorpha (Diptera) is reconstructed based on the combined analysis of three nuclear (18S, 28S, CAD) and three mitochondrial (12S, 16S, COI) gene markers.Expand
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Comprehensive inventory of true flies (Diptera) at a tropical site
Estimations of tropical insect diversity generally suffer from lack of known groups or faunas against which extrapolations can be made, and have seriously underestimated the diversity of some taxa.Expand
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The Porricondylinae (Diptera, Cecidomyiidae) of Sweden
Porricondylines are tiny, mainly forest-dwelling dipterans, whose larvae are fungus-feeders in decaying plant litter. Previously, Porricondylinae were treated as one of five subfamilies of theExpand
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First record of Manota (Diptera: Mycetophilidae: Manotinae) from southern Africa, with the description of two new species
The first finds of Manota in South Africa are documented, and two new species of this genus, natalensis sp. n. and whiteleyi sp. n., are described. The two species are not closely related, whileExpand
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The Heterotricha group in New Zealand (Diptera: Sciaroidea).
Die Heterotricha-Gruppe sensu Chandler ist in Neuseeland mit funf Arten vertreten. Neben Anisotricha novaezealandiae (Tonnoir) sind dies Anisotricha similis sp. n. sowie die einer neuen Gattung,Expand
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Establishing a community‐wide DNA barcode library as a new tool for arctic research
DNA sequences offer powerful tools for describing the members and interactions of natural communities. In this study, we establish the to‐date most comprehensive library of DNA barcodes for aExpand
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A review of world Diallactiini (Diptera, Cecidomyiidae, Winnertziinae), with the description of six new genera and seventeen new species.
Fossil and extant Diallactiini, which are mycophagous Cecidomyiidae (gall midges), are reviewed globally for the first time. Johnsonomyia Felt, 1908 stat. rev. is restored from synonymy with HaplusiaExpand
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On the morphology and systematic position of Sciarosoma borealis Chandler, based on new material from Fennoscandia (Diptera: Sciaroidea)
An intensive search for Sciarosoma borealis CHANDLER resulted in the identification of numerous individuals in unsorted Malaise samples from Sweden and Finland. These new records, including the firstExpand
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