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Catalogue of the Fanniidae and Muscidae (Diptera) of the neotropical region

Catalogue of the Fanniidae and Muscidae (Diptera) of the neotropical region

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Published by Sociedade Brasileira de Entomologia in São Paulo .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Latin America
    • Subjects:
    • Muscidae -- Latin America -- Classification.,
    • Fanniidae -- Latin America -- Classification.,
    • Muscidae -- Type specimens -- Catalogs and collections.,
    • Fanniidae -- Type specimens -- Catalogs and collections.,
    • Muscidae -- Indexes.,
    • Fanniidae -- indexes.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

      Statementeditor, Claudio José Barros de Carvalho ; authors, Claudio José Barros de Carvalho ... [et al.].
      ContributionsCarvalho, Claudio José Barros de.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL537.M8 C37 1993
      The Physical Object
      PaginationI-29, II-201 ;
      Number of Pages201
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1244467M
      LC Control Number94833399

        The Muscidae is one of the main dipteran families recognized as important for medico-legal purposes. Although an association of adult flies with decomposing human and animal bodies is documented for about taxa worldwide, cadavers and carrion represents a breeding habitat for considerably fewer species. Species that do colonize dead human bodies can do so under diverse Cited by:   The two ‘forms’ of the Afrotropical shoot-fly Atherigona rubricornis Stein are shown to be good species. A neotype is designated for the true A. rubricornis, which is restricted to tropical other form is described as A. tritici sp. n. It is widespread in tropical Africa, but is known also from Egypt, where the larvae attack wheat seedlings, Israel and by: 8.

        Abstract. Linnaeus described eleven species in the genera Musca and Conops that are now placed in the Fanniidae, Anthomyiidae and Muscidae. A study is presenteCited by: 7. He is also a Scientific Associate of the Natural History Museum, London, and an Associate in Research of the B.P. Bishop Museum, Honolulu, Hawai'i, U.S.A. He has authored or co-authored over papers and books on Fanniidae, Muscidae, Sepsidae, and historical aspects of dipterology.

      Introduction. Four families make up the traditional superfamily Muscoidea: Scathophagidae, Anthomyiidae, Fanniidae and monophyly of the superfamily has been strongly questioned (Nirmala et al. , Kutty et al. ) on the basis of DNA sequence of the four families of Muscoidea are treated in this paper, the fourth (Anthomyiidae) is covered in a separate Cited by: 3. For example, the catalogue contains familiar species of Fanniidae and Muscidae such as Funniu cuniculuris (L.), Muscinu stabuluns (Fallen), Afherigona orientalis Schiner etc. and these can be useful to provide an indication of the modern tribal and subfamiliar classifications which can be expected in the above catalogue, since the same author (Adrian Pont) will be contributing.


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Catalogue of the Fanniidae and Muscidae (Diptera) of the neotropical region Download PDF EPUB FB2

Catalogues of the Fanniidae and Muscidae of the Neotropical Region is given. Reference is given to original descriptions and subsequent literature, location of types, and geographical distribution. Nomenclatural changes are included. A preliminary list of the Fanniidae and Muscidae of Belarus, consisting of species, is provided: 22 species, that are 6 species of Fanniidae and 16 of Skip to.

and identity of the Fanniidae and Muscidae described by the earliest workers in European Dipterology. The initial impetus for this work has been the preparation of a new Catalogue of Palaearctic Diptera (editor: Dr.

Soós, Budapest), to which I have contributed the families Muscidae and Fanniidae, but it. A preliminary list is given of the Fanniidae and Muscidae (Diptera) of Armenia. 3 spe-cies of Fanniidae and 58 species of Muscidae are listed, including two new species (Coenosia wernerae Pont n.

and Coenosia brevicauda Pont n. sp.). The three Fanniidae and 38 species of Muscidae are newly recorded from Armenia. Zusammenfassung. About 70 % of the collection of MNRJ has been databased, and the Tabanidae collection of INPA is already available through the Internet.

The more representative and best studied collections are those with Diptera specialists in the institutions. The Muscidae (Diptera) of the Neotropical Region are catalogued. species of Fanniidae and 32 of Muscidae, which together those species recorded in earlier studies, totalize 49 muscid species.

Eighteen new records of species and 6 of genera are made for Muscidae. KEYWORDS: Muscoidea, Neotropical region, Central America, taxonomy, distribution. FANNIIDAE AND MUSCIDAE (DIPTERA) FROM NICARAGUA. A Catalogue of the Muscidae (Diptera) of the Neotropical Region. The Muscidae (Diptera) of the Neotropical Region are catalogued.

extant and 3 extinct species in 84 genera are listed together with their synonyms, giving a total of names. Abstract.

Brief notes are given on the life and Diptera collection of Carl Fredrik Fallén (). The 62 species-group names that he proposed in the present families Fanniidae and Muscidae are listed, their type-material and identities discussed, and Cited by: 9. However, in full, is a piece on the history and biology of “The common house fly” by Dr son Robertson,F.R.C.P.

The fly he means is Musca domestica, the most familiar member of the family Muscidae. the muscoid families Fanniidae, Anthomyiidae and Muscidae.

In the Fanniidae, there are 8 species-group names (and 1 replacement name), in Anthomyiidae, 33 species-group names (and 4 replacement names and 1 nomen nudum), and in Muscidae, species-group names (and 4 replacement names).

These species-group names are distributed across theFile Size: 4MB. Annotated catalogue of the Anthomyiidae, Fanniidae, Muscidae and Scathophagidae (Diptera: Muscoidea) of Greenland.

Michelsen, Verner LU () In Steenstrupia p Mark. This review includes keys to the genera and species of the Fanniidae and Muscidae from the Arabian Peninsula, a survey of published records, an enumeration of the material studied, and a complete bibliography for the area.

2 species of Fanniidae are listed and 68 species of Muscidae, of which 30 are new records from the Arabian Peninsula; 24 species are new to Saudi Arabia, 38 to Oman, 4 to Cited by: The Fanniidae were once a subfamily of Muscidae from which they may be distinguished by: A (strictly) dorsal bristle is on the hind tibia below the middle and in addition to the dorsal preapical.

The axillary vein is strongly curved towards the wingtip, so if extended, the axillary and anal veins would meet before reaching the wing : Insecta.

: Catalogus Faunae Bulgaricae: Diptera: Fannidae, Muscidae, Stomoxydidae (): Lavciev, Valentin: Books. authored or co-authored over papers and books on Fanniidae, Muscidae, Sepsidae, and historical aspects of dipterology. Although now formally retired, he remains active as a taxonomist and has no plans to give up work.

Cecilia Domínguez Adrian Pont. Fauna of New Zealand 71 7. The Catalogue of Life is the most comprehensive and authoritative global index of species currently available.

It consists of a single integrated species checklist and taxonomic hierarchy. The Catalogue holds essential information on the names, relationships and distributions of over million species.

‘A Catalogue of The Fanniidae and Muscidae (Diptera) of the Neotropical Region.’ (Sociedade Brasileira de Entomologia: Sao Paulo, Brazil.) Carvalho C. B., Pont A. C., Couri M. S., Pamplona D. () A catalogue of the Fanniidae (Diptera) of the Neotropical by: Lectotype designation and redescription of Drymeia aterrima (Wulp, ) (Diptera: Muscidae) SILVIO SHIGUEO NIHEI1 & CLAUDIO JOSÉ BARROS DE CARVALHO2 1.

Entomology Graduate Studies, Departamento de Zoologia, Universidade Federal do Paraná, Caixa postalCuritiba, Brazil,e-mail: [email protected] 2. This paper deals with the new species-group taxa that P. Macquart described in the dipteran families Fanniidae, Anrfiomyiidae and Muscidae, together with a further 5 species-group taxa that belong to other families, 9 replacement names that he proposed, and 1 nomen by: 5.

A catalogue of the species of the family Scathophagidae of the Palae-arctic region is given, including notes on their taxonomy, distribution data, and new faunistic records.

Exact data on old localities of some species, including the current local names, are provided. The catalogue contains 37 genera and valid species, synonyms File Size: KB.Pont, A. C. Studies on Australian Muscidae (Diptera). IV. A revision of the subfamilies Muscinae and Stomoxyinae.

Australian Journal of Zoology Supplementary Series Pont, AC Family Muscidae. In: Evenhuis, NL (ed.), Catalog of the Diptera of the Australasian and Oceanian Regions. (online version).The biology of the Muscidae of the world.

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