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THYREOPHORA CYNOPHILA (PANZER), CENTROPHLEBOMYIA FURCATA (FABRICIUS) AND OTHER DIPTERANS ASSOCIATED TO WINTER CARCASSES (INSECTA: DIPTERA)

@inproceedings{HjorthAndersen2011THYREOPHORAC,
  title={THYREOPHORA CYNOPHILA (PANZER), CENTROPHLEBOMYIA FURCATA (FABRICIUS) AND OTHER DIPTERANS ASSOCIATED TO WINTER CARCASSES (INSECTA: DIPTERA)},
  author={Miguel Carles-Tolr{\'a} Hjorth-Andersen and F{\'e}lix Compaired and Javier Blasco},
  year={2011}
}
New populations of the piophilids Thyreophora cynophila (Panzer) and Centrophlebomyia furcata (Fabricius) have been found in Spain, thus extending their known distribution to the east of the Iberian Peninsula. Furthermore, Prochyliza nigri- cornis (Meigen) has been collected in the Iberian Peninsula for the second time. Finally, other dipterous species collected on winter carcasses are mentioned. Resumen: Se han hallado nuevas poblaciones de los piofilidos Thyreophora cynophila (Panzer) y… 

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