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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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Reassessment of Dalbulus Leafhopper (Homoptera: Cicadellidae) Phylogeny Based on Mitochondrial Dna Sequences
Conflicting hypotheses of phylogenetic relationships among leafhopper species in the genus Dalbulus DeLong have resulted from analyses of morphological and allozyme data. To improve the phylogeneticExpand
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A curious new genus of Keroplatini (Diptera: Keroplatidae) from Guatemala.
Amerikeroplatus dimorphicus n. gen. et n. sp. is described from Guatemala and compared with the similar Keroplatini genera Pseudochetoneura Ševčík and Asiokeroplatus Ševčík. The new genus isExpand
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Revision of Nearctic Phthinia Winnertz (Diptera: Mycetophilidae).
The Nearctic species of Phthinia Winnertz are revised. Eight species are recognized, of which four are newly described; P. tanypus Loew (= P. carolina Fisher n. syn., and P. catawbiensis Shaw n.Expand
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Holarctic distributions in the genus Bibio (Diptera: Bibionidae)
Holarctic distributions in the genus Bibio, minus the Bibio clavipes-group, are discussed. The species Bibio brunnipes (Fabricius), Bibio rufipes (Zetterstedt) and Bibio siebkei Mik are found to haveExpand
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A new species of Plecia from the Green River Formation and new combinations of fossil Bibionidae (Diptera)
Plecia akerionana , n. sp., is described from the Green River Formation, Colorado, and diagnosed with P. minutula Rice, P. myersi Peterson, and P. rhodopterina Cockerell. Plecia intermedia (Scudder),Expand
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Review of the Mydid genus Opomydas Curran (Diptera: Mydidae)
The genus Opomydas Curran (Diptera: Mydidae) is reviewed with 2 species recognized: O. townsendi (Williston) and O. limbatus (Williston). Opomydas aihamas (Seguy) is a new junior subjective synonymExpand
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A new species of Axymyiidae (Diptera) from western North America and a key to the Nearctic species.
Adult, pupal and larval stages of the western Nearctic axymyiid, Protaxymyia thuja Fitzgerald and Wood n. sp., are described. The generic placement of this taxon is discussed in the context of theExpand
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