Mydidae

Known as: Mydaidae 
 
National Institutes of Health

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2018
2018
The Apioceridae (Diptera) are relatively large asiloid flies with just over 140 described species worldwide. They are closely… (More)
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2017
2017
A high-quality draft genome for Proctacanthus coquilletti (Insecta: Diptera: Asilidae) is presented along with transcriptomes for… (More)
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2016
2016
Mydidae (Diptera, Asiloidea) are a relatively rare group of flies, and the knowledge on the Colombian mydids is very poor… (More)
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2016
2016
Mapinguari Papavero & Wilcox, 1974 (Diptera, Mydidae, Mydinae) is a very rare monotypic genus, with the type-species, M. politus… (More)
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Review
2015
Review
2015
Gauromydas Wilcox, Papavero & Pimentel, 1989 are giant flies, and include the largest fly known, G. heros (Perty, 1833). This… (More)
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Review
2014
Review
2014
The Mydidae genus Namadytes Hesse, 1969 is reviewed. It is known from five species, primarily occurring in Namibia. The study of… (More)
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2014
2014
The previously monotypic genus Pseudorhopalia Wilcox & Papavero, 1971 is here revised, with description of a new species… (More)
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2013
2013
Neorhaphiomidas Norris, with 7 species, is an endemic genus and the only Australian representative of the mydid subfamily… (More)
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2010
2010
The Afrotropical Mydidae genera Ectyphus Gerstaecker, 1868 and Parectyphus Hesse, 1972 are revised. Six species of Ectyphus are… (More)
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2010
2010
New Mydidae species are described from the Afrotropical and Oriental regions including the first records of this family from… (More)
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