Systematics of the Neotropical species of Styringomyia Loew (Diptera: Tipulomorpha: Limoniidae)

@article{Ribeiro2003SystematicsOT,
  title={Systematics of the Neotropical species of Styringomyia Loew (Diptera: Tipulomorpha: Limoniidae)},
  author={Guilherme Cunha Ribeiro},
  journal={Zootaxa},
  year={2003},
  volume={253},
  pages={1-35}
}
The Neotropical species of Styringomyia (Diptera: Limoniidae) are revised. S. americana Alexander, 1914 and S. dorsolineata Alexander, 1945 are considered nomina dubia . S. mystica Alexander, 1945, S. simplex Alexander, 1945 and S. paulista Alexander, 1946 are redescribed and illustrated in detail. Five new species, S. amazonica sp. n., S. atlantica sp. n., S. maya sp. n., S. manauara sp. n. and S. youngi sp. n. are described and illustrated. A cladistic analysis of the recognizable species ( S… 
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