Annotated catalogue of the Tachinidae (Insecta: Diptera) of China

  title={Annotated catalogue of the Tachinidae (Insecta: Diptera) of China},
  author={James E O'hara and Hiroshi Shima and Chuntian Zhang},
The Tachinidae of mainland China and Taiwan (generally referred to as China herein for brevity) are catalogued. A total of 1109 valid species are recorded of which 403 species (36%) are recorded as endemic. Distributions within China are given according to the 33 administrative divisions of the country, and distributions outside China are given according to a scheme of geographical divisions developed for this catalogue and most finely divided for the Palaearctic and Oriental Regions. The… 

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