The horse flies of Europe (Diptera: Tabanidae)

  title={The horse flies of Europe (Diptera: Tabanidae)},
  author={Milan Chv{\'a}la and Leif Lyneborg and Josef Moucha},
Seasonal abundance of horse flies (Diptera: Tabanidae) from two locations in eastern Croatia.
  • S. Krčmar
  • Environmental Science
    Journal of vector ecology : journal of the Society for Vector Ecology
  • 2005
Seasonal meteorological variability that occurs periodically from one year to another has a significant influence on the maximal peaks of tabanid abundance.
DNA barcoding of the horsefly fauna (Diptera, Tabanidae) of Croatia with notes on the morphology and taxonomy of selected species from Chrysopsinae and Tabaninae
In this study, 43 species of horseflies were analyzed and the standard DNA barcoding region of the mitochondrial cytochrome c oxidase gene, subunit I (COI), was sequenced and compared to the Barcode of Life Database (BOLD).
New records of horse-flies (Diptera: Tabanidae) along Neretva River valley and Cetina River in Dalmatia (Southern Croatia)
Study of the horsefly fauna diversity in the area of the Cetina river during 2018 resulted in 23 species records of which Chrysops viduatus (Fabricius, 1794), Atylotus rusticus (Linnaeus, 1767),
Faunistic study of the subfamilies Pangoniinae and Chrysopsinae (Dip., Tabanidae) of East Azarbaijan province-Iran
The subfamily Pangoniinae including the species Pangonius pyritosus Loew, 1859 as well as the species Chrysops hamatuus Loew, 1858 (Chrysopsinae) are recorded for the first time for Iranian fauna.
Taxonomic study of the genus Tabanus Linnaeus, 1758 (Diptera: Tabanidae) in East Azarbaijan province with three species as new records for the Iranian fauna
A taxonomic study of the genus Tabanus Linnaeus, 1758 (Diptera: Tabanidae) in East Azarbaijan province with three species as new records for the Iranian fauna is conducted.
Morphological Identification of Horse Flies (Diptera: Tabanidae) and Estimation of their Seasonal Abundance in Al-Showak District, Gedaref State, Eastern Sudan
The aim of this study was to identify the tabanid flies in the Gedaref State, Eastern Sudan and to estimate their seasonal abundance and to create an identification key that can be used for future characterization and identification of any member of the Tabanidae family.
Checklist of the ‘lower Brachycera’ of Finland: Tabanomorpha, Asilomorpha and associated families (Diptera)
This part of the complete checklist of Finnish Diptera covers the families Acroceridae, Asilidae, Athericidae, Bombyliidae, Mythicomyiidae, Rhagionidae, Scenopinidae, Stratiomyidae, Tabanidae, Therevidae, Xylomyidae and Xylophagidae.
Spatial and temporal distribution of Tabanidae in the Pyrenees Mountains: the influence of altitude and landscape structure
The slope, the altitude and the size of unforested patches significantly influenced community composition of tabanids, and species richness and abundance were negatively correlated with large open habitats and positively correlated with patch-shape complexity.
Écologie des Tabanidae en zones pastorales méditerranéennes et perspectives de lutte
Les zones pastorales mediterraneennes sont favorables a la diversite et a l’abondance des Tabanidae. Or, la reemergence de certaines maladies animales en Europe (e.g. besnoitiose bovine) a mis en
Seasonal Abundance of Horse Fly (Diptera: Tabanidae) in Western Anatolia
Results suggest that the time between from the mid-June to the third week of July can be considered as the potentially higher-risk period of mechanical transmission of pathogens by tabanids for the study area.