Katatopygia gen. n., a monophyletic branch segregated from Boletina (Diptera, Mycetophilidae)

@article{Martinsson2012KatatopygiaGN,
  title={Katatopygia gen. n., a monophyletic branch segregated from Boletina (Diptera, Mycetophilidae)},
  author={Svante Martinsson and Jostein Kj{\ae}randsen},
  journal={ZooKeys},
  year={2012},
  pages={37 - 67}
}
Abstract The genus Katatopygia gen. n. is proposed for the Boletina erythropyga/punctus-group that was first introduced by Garrett (1924, 1925) and currently comprises eight described species. Molecular studies have strongly indicated that this group forms a monophyletic sister-group to a clade consisting of all other Boletina, Coelosia and Gnoriste, and its monophyly is supported by morphological data as well. The new genus includes the following species: Katatopygia antoma (Garrett, 1924… 
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