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American Muscoid Flies of the Genera Ceratomyiella and Paradidyma.

United States National Museum.

American Muscoid Flies of the Genera Ceratomyiella and Paradidyma.

by United States National Museum.

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SeriesProceedings of the United States National Museum -- 2973,
ContributionsReinhard, H.
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Open LibraryOL21712622M

We list species in genera of Tachinidae from Mexico based on 2, specimens studied from entomological collections in Mexico and a literature review on the group. We recorded new state distribution records and 20 new country records, with detailed locality information included in an appendix. Records of all examined specimens have been incorporated into the database TACHIN, .


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(Key to some species of Paradidyma) Reinhard, H. "American muscoid flies of the genera Ceratomyiella and Paradidyma." Proceedings of the United States National Museum.

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p., 6 figs, paperbound; ED € American Muscoid Flies of the Genera Ceratomyiella and Paradidyma / Revision of the American Two-Winged Flies Belonging to the Genus Cuphocera. 62 p., wrps.

ED; € 12 / Reuter, J., Oriënteerend onderzoek naar de oorzaak van het gedrag van Anopheles maculipennis bij de voedselkeuze. p., 6 figs, paperbound. American Muscoid Flies of the genera Ceratomyiella and Paradidyma / Revision of the American two-winged Flies belonging to the genus Cuphocera.

62 p., wrps; ED € 12 Reuter, J., Oriënteerend onderzoek naar de oorzaak van het gedrag van Anopheles maculipennis bij de voedselkeuze. p., 6 figs, paperbound; ED € Working list of the Tachinid flies of the eastern United States.

List obtained from the online catalog and from the published full catalog of O'Hara and Wood from January That book is not a descriptive or key textbook.

It is strictly a North American summary of current species with ranges and name history. And an excellent bibliography.W e list species in genera of Tachinidae from Mexico based on 2, specimens studied from entomological collections in Mexico and a literature review on the group.

W e recorded new state.