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The fungus gnats (Dipetra, bolitophiliade, keroplatidae and myctophilidae) of the monegros region (Zaragoza, Spain) and five other new european species of pyratula Edwards and sciophila meigen

@inproceedings{Zumeta2001TheFG,
  title={The fungus gnats (Dipetra, bolitophiliade, keroplatidae and myctophilidae) of the monegros region (Zaragoza, Spain) and five other new european species of pyratula Edwards and sciophila meigen},
  author={Javier Blasco Zumeta and Peter J. Chandler},
  year={2001}
}
A list is provided of the 53 species of these families recorded during a survey of the Monegros region. Six of these species are described as new (Macrorrhyncha gallica, Pyratula ebroensis, Boletina augusta, Sciophila iberolutea, Cordyla monegrensis, Pseudexechia latevittata). Five species from elsewhere in Europe, belonging to the same species groups as two of the Monegros species are also described as new (Pyratula alpicola, P. subcanariae, P. takkae, Sciophila corlutea, S. delphis) to put… 
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