Antochini crane flies (Diptera: Limoniidae: Limoniinae) of Korea

  title={Antochini crane flies (Diptera: Limoniidae: Limoniinae) of Korea},
  author={S. Podėnas and Hye-Woo Byun},
  journal={Journal of species research},
Korean species of Antochini crane flies (Diptera: Limoniidae) are taxonomically revised. Identification keys, redescriptions and illustrations of all species and both sexes are presented. Antocha (Antocha) dentifera Alexander, 1924, Antocha (Antocha) dilatata Alexander, 1924 and Elliptera zipanguensis zipanguensis Alexander, 1924 are listed as new records for the Korean peninsula; Limnorimarga limonioides (Alexander, 1945) as new for South Korea. Females of A. (A.) dentifera, A. (A.) integra… Expand

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