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OF THE AUCKLANDS AND OTHER ISLANDS SOUTH OF NEW ZEALAND : DIPTERA : PSYCHODIDAE

@inproceedings{2006OFTA,
  title={OF THE AUCKLANDS AND OTHER ISLANDS SOUTH OF NEW ZEALAND : DIPTERA : PSYCHODIDAE},
  author={},
  year={2006}
}
  • Published 2006
  • Geology
Two new and 4 previously described species of Psychodidae are recorded from the Auckland Is (5 in Psychoda, 1 in Threticus). The relationships of subantarctic island psychodids is discussed and a key is provided for their identification. This report is based upon collections made in the Auckland Is by Dr J . L. Gressitt and M r K. A. J . Wise of the Bishop Museum, and on Antipodes I by Dr G. Kuschel of the D.S.I.R., New Zealand. T h e Psychodidae of the Auckland Is comprise six species, all but… 
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