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A review of the world genera of Mydaeinae

@inproceedings{Vockeroth1972ARO,
  title={A review of the world genera of Mydaeinae},
  author={J. R. Vockeroth},
  year={1972}
}
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… 

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