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A review of the world genera of Mydaeinae

  title={A review of the world genera of Mydaeinae},
  author={J. R. Vockeroth},
A key to the 6 subfamilies of Muscidae found in New Guinea and Oceania is given. The subfamily Mydaeinae is described, a key to the 15 world genera definitely referable to the subfamily is presented, and the 7 extralimital genera are defined. One of the latter QPseudohelina, for Helina phaeoxantha van Emden and related species from the Ethiopian region) is described as new, and 2 QOpsolasia Coquillett and Afromydaea Malloch) are resurrected from synonymy. Descriptions of adults and, where… Expand
First record of the tribe Trigonoderini (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae) from South Korea with descriptions of two new species
The keys for identification of the Eastern–Palearctic species of Janssoniella and Gastracanthus are given and photos of diagnostic characters of the new species are provided. Expand
Systematic relations among Philornis Meinert, Passeromyia Rodhain & Villeneuve and allied genera (Diptera, Muscidae).
  • M. Couri, C. Carvalho
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Brazilian journal of biology = Revista brasleira de biologia
  • 2003
An overview of the classification of the Muscidae based on cladistic methodology is given and Phylogenetic patterns within Reinwardtinae and Dichaetomyiinae could be explained by a Gondwana distribution. Expand
A definition and review of the Myospila argentata species-group (Diptera: Muscidae: Mydaeinae) from China
ABSTRACT The M. argentata species group is proposed within Myospila Rondani to include 2 new and 11 known species from Oriental, Australian, East Palaearctic and Afrotropical regions. A key to all 13Expand
The Muscini flies of the world (Diptera, Muscidae): identification key and generic diagnoses
The present study provides an identification key and diagnoses for all the genera of world Muscini: Biopyrellia Townsend, Curranosia Paterson, Dasyphora Robineau-Desvoidy, Deltotus Seguy, Hennigmyia Peris, Mesembrina Meigen, Mitroplatia Enderlein, Morellia RobineAU-Des voidy and Ziminellia Nihei & de Carvalho. Expand
Keys to the species of Mydaeinae (Diptera: Muscidae) from China, with the description of four new species
Four new species of Mydaeinae, Mydaea franzosternitan, Myspila apicaliciliolan, Myospila maoershanensisn. Expand
Description of a remarkable new species of Hebecnema Schnabl , 1889 ( Diptera , Muscidae ) from Sweden
Hebecnema brodina sp. n. is described from Sweden and compared to similar species of Hebecnema Schnabl, 1889 from the Palaearctic Region. Whilst the hitherto known Hebecnema species from the EuropeanExpand
The Myospilalaevis group (Diptera: Muscidae) from China with descriptions of new species
In the Muscidae genus Myospila Rondani (Diptera), laevis group is proposed as new species group, and seven new species are described from Guizhou, China. A key to the 14 species of this group fromExpand
Four new species of the genus Myospila (Diptera: Muscidae) from China
Four new species of Myospila from Guizhou, Southwestern China are reported, including M. angula sp. Expand
Genus Mydaea (Diptera: Muscidae) from China with description of two new species
Two new species of the genus Mydaea (Diptera: Muscidae) from China, namely M. fuchaoi sp. nov. and M. minutiglaucina sp. nov. are described, and a key to the species from China is provided in thisExpand
Helina richardi (Diptera: Muscidae), a remarkable new species from the Mediterranean subregion
  • A. Pont
  • Biology
  • The Canadian Entomologist
  • 2012
The presence of setulae at the base of vein R4+5 suggests placement in Mydaea Robineau-Desvoidy but other characters and the structure of the female ovipositor indicate that it is otherwise a typical species of Helina RobineAU-Des voidy. Expand


Notes on the Muscidae of New Guinea (Diptera)
The species of Muscidae described or subsequently recorded by Walker from New Guinea and adjacent islands are reviewed and type-locations are stated, lectotypes designated where necessary, and generic assignments given. Expand
Evidence is presented to show that various swarming habits and associated morphological adaptations are primitive features of not only the Lonchaeidae, but of all Diptera. Expand
Recherches sur les Anthomyides à Larves Carnivores
Dans ce travail je me propose d'etudier la biologie et the morphologic des larves des Anthomyides, appartenant surtout au groupe ethologique de carnivores, mais les caracteres essentiels de leur morphologic manquaient dans leur description. Expand
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