Long-legged flies (Diptera: Dolichopodidae) in the collection of the Natal Museum: A review of C.H. Currans types, new synonyms, and new combinations

@article{Grichanov2009LongleggedF,
  title={Long-legged flies (Diptera: Dolichopodidae) in the collection of the Natal Museum: A review of C.H. Currans types, new synonyms, and new combinations},
  author={Igor Ya. Grichanov and Mike B. Mostovski},
  journal={Zootaxa},
  year={2009},
  volume={2194},
  pages={37-53}
}
C.H. Curran’s Dolichopodidae types in the collection of the Natal Museum are reviewed. Campsicnemoides Curran, 1927, is placed here in synonymy to Acropsilus Mik, 1878 (syn. nov.; male holotype of Campsicnemoides vorax Curran, 1927, has been examined in the collection of NMSA, redescribed and illustrated, and a new combination is here proposed, Acropsilus vorax (Curran, 1927), comb. nov.). The following recombinations are also proposed (comb. nov.): Trigonocera munroi (Curran, 1926c) [Diaphorus… 

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