Corrections and additions to Catalogue of Neotropical Diptera (Tabanidae) of Coscarón & Papavero (2009)

@article{Henriques2012CorrectionsAA,
  title={Corrections and additions to Catalogue of Neotropical Diptera (Tabanidae) of Coscar{\'o}n \& Papavero (2009)},
  author={Augusto Loureiro Henriques and Tiago K{\"u}tter Krolow and Jos{\'e} Albertino Rafael},
  journal={Revista Brasileira De Entomologia},
  year={2012},
  volume={56},
  pages={277-280}
}
Some corrections and omitted taxonomic information for the "Catalogue of Neotropical Diptera. Tabanidae" are presented. Fifteen recently described species are listed for the Neotropical region. Presently, the Neotropical region has 1,205 Tabanidae species, besides 35 unrecognized species and 29 nomina nuda. 

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