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Diptera, true flies

  title={Diptera, true flies},
  author={Michael E. Irwin and Evert I. Schlinger and F. Christian. Thompson},
Description of a new species of Thevenetimyia (Diptera: Bombyliidae) from Madagascar, with a revised checklist of Madagascan bee fly fauna.
A new species of Bombyliidae from Madagascar is described, Thevenetimyia spinosavus Maass & Bertone sp.
A Revision of Afrotropical Quasimodo Flies (Diptera: Curtonotidae: Schizophora). Part I - the Genus Axinota van der Wulp, with the Description of Three New Species
Afrotropical species of Axinota van der Wulp, a genus exhibiting extreme curvature of the upper thorax (hunchbacked), are reviewed and one new and one previously described species are shown to be widespread in continental sub-Saharan Africa.
Anomalostomyia namibica, a new genus and species of Afrotropical Tachinidae (Diptera)
A new genus of Tachinidae, Anomalostomyia gen. nov., including only the type species Anomalostomyia namibica sp. nov., is described from the Brandberg in Namibia. Its systematic position within the
The tachinid fl y Phasia hemiptera (Fabricius, 1794) (Diptera, Tachinidae) in Norway
The fi rst record of the tachinid fl y Phasia hemiptera (Fabricius, 1794) from Norway is reported, and the number of Norwegian Phasiinae is increased to 14.
TACHINIDAE: evolution, behavior, and ecology.
Way in which investigation of these parasitoids provides insight into such topics as biogeographic patterns of diversity, the evolution of ecological specialization, the tritrophic context of enemy-herbivore interactions, and the role of host location behavior in shaping host range is highlighted.
Seasonal Flight Activity of Atylotus duplex (Walker), Atylotus thoracicus (Hine), and Stonemyia rasa (Loew) (Diptera: Tabanidae) in Connecticut, with Floral Hosts of Stonemyia Species in New England
  • C. Maier
  • Environmental Science
    Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington
  • 2022
Abstract. Adults intercepted by Malaise traps of the Gressitt and Gressitt style were used to determine the seasonal flight activity of Atylotus duplex, A. thoracicus, and Stonemyia rasa at three
Study of the biology of the Tachinidae family
This collection consists of bibliographical research on the Muscoid dipterans of the Tachinidae Family and conceptual aspects such as: geographical distribution, hosts, species, life cycle and reproduction.
Catalogue of the Tachinidae of Egypt (Diptera: Oestroidea)
Tachinid flies are an important group of parasitoids in their larval stage, and all their hosts are of the Arthropoda, almost exclusively other insects, including important insect pests in
Developing the Arsenal Against Pest and Vector Dipterans: Inputs of Transgenic and Paratransgenic Biotechnologies
This chapter looks at transgenic and paratransgenic biotechnologies and how they have been applied so far to develop and expand the arsenal against dipteran pests and disease vectors and discusses the advantages, disadvantages, and limitations of these technologies.