The Tabanidae of the Mitaraka expedition, with an updated check list of French Guiana (Diptera)

  title={The Tabanidae of the Mitaraka expedition, with an updated check list of French Guiana (Diptera)},
  author={Tiago K{\"u}tter Krolow and Augusto Loureiro Henriques and Marc Pollet},
  pages={85 - 118}
This paper documents the horse fly fauna collected in lowland rainforest in the southwesternmost part of French Guiana (Mitaraka). [] Key Result During this "Our Planet Revisited" survey nine tabanid species were recorded from French Guiana for the first time: Chrysops ecuadorensis Lutz, C. incisus Macquart, Catachlorops amazonicus Henriques & Gorayeb, Chlorotabanus flagellatus Krolow & Henriques, Cryptoylus cauri Stone, Phaeotabanus phaeopterus Fairchild, Philipotabanus stigmaticalis (Kröber), Stypommisa…

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