A taxonomic revision of Stibasoma Schiner, 1867 (Diptera: Tabanidae).

@article{Turcatel2010ATR,
  title={A taxonomic revision of Stibasoma Schiner, 1867 (Diptera: Tabanidae).},
  author={Mauren Turcatel and Claudio J. B. de Carvalho and Jos{\'e} Albertino Rafael},
  journal={Zootaxa},
  year={2010},
  volume={2368},
  pages={1-39}
}
Here we revise description of the Neotropical genus Stibasoma Schiner (Diachlorini – Tabaninae), including redescription of 15 species that range from Mexico to northern Argentina: S. apicimacula Fairchild, S. aureoguttatum Krober, S. bella Limeira de Oliveira & Rafael, S. bicolor Bigot, S. chionostigma (Osten Sacken), S. currani Philip, S. festivum (Wiedemann), S. flaviventre (Macquart), S. fulvohirtum (Wiedemann), S. giganteum (Lutz), S. leucopleurale Barretto, S. lutzi Barretto, S… 
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