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The Flat-footed Flies (Diptera: Opetiidae and Platypezidae) of Europe
The Flat-footed Flies (Diptera: Opetiidae and Platypezidae) of Europe presents a detailed account of the taxonomy, biology and distribution of the 44 European species and for each species descriptions and accounts of its nomenclature,biology and distribution.
Heterotricha Loew and allied genera (Diptera: Sciaroidea): Offshoots of the stem group of Mycetophilidae and/or Sciaridae?
Les deux groupes sont apparemment plus proches des formes mesozoiques, attribuees respectivement aux Antefungivoridae ou a la sous-famille Mangasinae des Bolitophilidae (groupe Heterotricha) et aux Mesosciophil Families (Pterogymnus).
Provider gender preference in obstetrics and gynecology: a military population.
Although a majority of the study population preferred female obstetrician-gynecologist providers, experience and reputation were more frequently cited than gender as the most important factors in selecting a provider.
The sciarid fauna of the British Isles (Diptera: Sciaridae), including descriptions of six new species
The results of a revision of the Sciaridae from the British Isles are presented, carried out as a preliminary to the preparation of a new Handbook for the identification of the British and Irish fauna of this family.
The oriental and Australasian species of Platypezidae (Diptera)
The Platypezidae of the Oriental and Australasian Regions are revised, on the basis of a study of surviving types and other available material from these Regions. All genera and species are keyed and
The families Diastatidae and Campichoetidae (Diptera, Drosophiloidea) with a revision of Palaearctic and Nepalese species of Diastata Meigen
The family Diastatidae is retained for Diastata Meigen alone, because of its many differences from the Ephydridae and Risidae to which it is allied.
The European and eastern Nearctic fungus‐gnats in the genus Ectrepesthoneura (Mycetophilidae)
Abstract. The validity and composition of Ectrepesthoneura Enderlein are discussed and it is contrasted with the related genus Tetragoneura Winnertz. The occurrence of mid‐tibial sense organs in
The fungus gnats (Dipetra, bolitophiliade, keroplatidae and myctophilidae) of the monegros region (Zaragoza, Spain) and five other new european species of pyratula Edwards and sciophila meigen
A list is provided of the 53 species of these families recorded during a survey of the Monegros region. Six of these species are described as new (Macrorrhyncha gallica, Pyratula ebroensis, Boletina