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Revisão do gênero Kroeberia Lindner (Diptera, Ropalomeridae) da Região Neotropical
Revision of the genus Kroeberia Lindner (Diptera, Ropalomeridae) of the Neotropical Region. The genus Kroeberia Lindner, 1930 and the species K. fuliginosa Lindner, 1930, are redescribed. A newExpand
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Revisão do gênero Willistoniella Mik, 1895 (Diptera, Ropalomeridae) da Região Neotropical
The genus Willistoniella and the type-species W. pleuropunctata (Wiedemann, 1824), are redescribed. Three new species, W. latiforceps sp. nov., W. spatulata sp. nov. and W. ulyssesi sp. nov., areExpand
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Description of Simulium damascenoi (Diptera: Simuliidae) male and the black-fly species from the State of Amapá, Brazil.
Five species are included in the Simulium siolii group, which is placed in the subgenus Psaroniocompsa (Diptera: Simuliidae). Of these five species, only two (Simulium siolii Py-Daniel and SimuliumExpand
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Bionomia dos estágios imaturos de duas espécies de Peckia (Diptera, Sarcophagidae) em suíno em decomposição em área de floresta no norte do Brasil
Bionomics of the immature stages of two species of Peckia (Diptera, Sarcophagidae) in decomposed pig, in a forested area in northern Brazil. It was described the duration of larval instars of PeckiaExpand
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Flutuação populacional de Willistoniella Mik e Ropalomera Wiedemann (Diptera: Ropalomeridae) na Amazônia Central
The populational fluctuation of flies of the genera Willistoniella Mik and Ropalomera Wiedemann (Diptera: Ropalomeridae) was studied using McPhail traps, with molasses (10%) as attractive bait, inExpand
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New records of Xanthacrona Wulp, 1899 (Diptera, Ulidiidae) from Brazil
Xanthacrona Wulp, 1899 has been recorded in several countries of South America, but records in Brazil are few. Here, we record Xanthacrona tuberosa Cresson, 1908, Xanthacrona phyllochaeta Hendel,Expand
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Antlered richardiid flies: new species of Richardia (Tephritoidea: Richardiidae) with antler‐like genal processes
Within Richardiidae, Richardia infestans, from Colombia, is the only known species to have genal processes, which are structures formed by the extension of the cuticle on the lateral margin of theExpand
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Hybotinae (Diptera, Hybotidae) do Parque Nacional do Jaú, Amazonas, Brasil, com descrição de cinco espécies novas de Syneches Walker
The composition of Hybotinae of the National Park of Jau was studied. Sixteen species of Hybotinae are recorded and five new species of Syneches Walker are described and illustrated: SynechesExpand
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Richardia Robineau-Desvoidy (Diptera, Tephritoidea, Richardiidae) from Central Amazon, Brazil
Richardia Robineau-Desvoidy (Diptera, Tephritoidea, Richardiidae) from Central Amazon, Brazil. There are 11 species of Richardia known to Brazil. Of these, only four are known to occur in theExpand
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FAMILY HYBOTIDAE.
Hybotidae is a diverse family of the order Diptera, suborder Brachycera, superfamily Empidoidea. Hybotid flies are generally yellow to black, are morphologically diverse, and are distributedExpand
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