Hidden in the urban parks of New York City: Themira lohmanus, a new species of Sepsidae described based on morphology, DNA sequences, mating behavior, and reproductive isolation (Sepsidae, Diptera)

@inproceedings{Ang2017HiddenIT,
  title={Hidden in the urban parks of New York City: Themira
lohmanus, a new species of Sepsidae described based on morphology, DNA sequences, mating behavior, and reproductive isolation (Sepsidae, Diptera)},
  author={Yuchen Ang and Gowri Rajaratnam and Kathy F. Y. Su and Rudolf Meier},
  booktitle={ZooKeys},
  year={2017}
}
New species from well-studied taxa such as Sepsidae (Diptera) are rarely described from localities that have been extensively explored and one may think that New York City belongs to this category. Yet, a new species of Themira (Diptera: Sepsidae) was recently discovered which is currently only known to reside in two of New York City's largest urban parks… CONTINUE READING