A new Hemerodromia species from submediterranean Slovenia and Croatia (Diptera, Empididae: Hemerodromiinae)

@article{Horvat1993ANH,
  title={A new Hemerodromia species from submediterranean Slovenia and Croatia (Diptera, Empididae: Hemerodromiinae)},
  author={Bogdan Horvat},
  journal={Aquatic Insects},
  year={1993},
  volume={15},
  pages={229-231}
}
  • B. Horvat
  • Published 1 October 1993
  • Biology
  • Aquatic Insects
Hemerodromia zwicki sp. n., a new Hemerodromiinae aquatic dance fly species (Diptera, Empididae) from the Submediterranean region of Slovenia and Croatia is described. Habitus and genitalia of H. zwicki sp. n. are illustrated, ecology and relations to other species are discussed. 
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