Mantidflies of Colombia (Neuroptera, Mantispidae).

@article{ArdilaCamacho2015MantidfliesOC,
  title={Mantidflies of Colombia (Neuroptera, Mantispidae).},
  author={Adrian Ardila-Camacho and Alexander Garc{\'i}a Garc{\'i}a},
  journal={Zootaxa},
  year={2015},
  volume={3937 3},
  pages={
          401-55
        }
}
This study revises the Mantispidae of Colombia. 151 adult specimens of 12 entomological museums of Colombia were examined and identified. On the basis of the specimens studied and a comprehensive literature search, it is determined that 20 nominal species (including two doubtful records) plus four proposed as new to science, in ten genera (Anchieta, Plega, Trichoscelia, Gerstaeckerella, Buyda, Climaciella, Dicromantispa, Entanoneura, Leptomantispa, and Zeugomantispa) and, three subfamilies… 
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