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NEW RECORDS OF ORIENTAL CTENOSTYLIDAE (DIPTERA ACALYPTRATA), WITH DISCUSSION OF THE POSITION OF THE FAMILY

@inproceedings{Korneyev2001NEWRO,
  title={NEW RECORDS OF ORIENTAL CTENOSTYLIDAE (DIPTERA ACALYPTRATA), WITH DISCUSSION OF THE POSITION OF THE FAMILY},
  author={V. Korneyev},
  year={2001}
}
New Records of Oriental Ctenostylidae (Diptera, Acalyptrata), with Discussion of the Position of the Family. Korneyev V. A. – Ramuliseta thaica sp. n. from Thailand is described. Nepaliseta mirabilis Barraclough, 1995 is recorded for the first time from Vietnam. N. ashleyi (Barraclough, 1998) comb. n. originally described from males collected in Sulawesi, Indonesia is redescribed based on a female from Taiwan. Diagnosis of the genus Nepaliseta Barraclough, 1995 is reconsidered. Based on the… Expand
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