Diptera

Biogeography and Speciation in the Dacini (Diptera ...

Biogeography and Speciation in the Dacini (Diptera: Tephritidae: Dacinae) R.A.I. D REW Australian School of Environmental Studies, GriffithUniversity, NathanCampus Brisbane, Queensland 4111 Australia; email: [email protected] edu.au Abstract The geographic distributions and host associations of ...

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Pollinating Flies (Diptera): A major contribution to plant ...

Pollinating Flies (Diptera): A major contribution to plant diversity and agricultural production Axel Ssymank', C.A. Kearns 2, Thomas Pape 3 andF. Christian Thompson 4 Abstract.

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Circular dispersal of larvae in the necrophagous Diptera ...

Ann. soc. entomol. Fr. (n.s.), 2006, 42 (1) : 51-56 51 ARTICLE Circular dispersal of larvae in the necrophagous Diptera Protophormia terraenovae (Diptera: Calliphoridae)

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THREE NEW SPECIES OF SEPSIDAE (DIPTERA) A. L. Ozerov

Number 209: 1-6 ISSN 1026-051X April 2010 THREE NEW SPECIES OF SEPSIDAE (DIPTERA) A. L. Ozerov Zoological Museum, Moscow Lomonosov State University, Bol'shaya Nikitskaya 6, Moscow 125009, Russia.

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Anew record, Pygophora apicalis Schiner (Diptera: Muscidae ...

101 New Zealand Entomologist 26: 101-104 (December 2003) Abstract The first occurrence of Pygophora apicalis (Diptera: Muscidae: Coenosiini) in Auckland, New Zealand and subsequent appearance in Waikato, is recorded.

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Key to the adults of the most common forensic species of ...

390 Carvalho & Mello-Patiu Revista Brasileira de Entomologia 52(3): 390-406, setembro 2008 Claudio José Barros de Carvalho 1 & Cátia Antunes de Mello-Patiu 2 Diptera, one of the four megadiverse insect orders, are the best-catalogued insects in all biogeographic regions.

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Redescription of the genus Diopsosoma Malloch (Diptera ...

303 Redescription of the genus Diopsosoma Malloch Revista Brasileira de Entomologia 48(3): 303-309, setembro 2004 Wayne N. Mathis 1 & Alessandra Rung 1 R ESUMO .

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Adult Diptera trapped at two heights in two native forests ...

The We ta 30 : 22-32 (2005) 22 Adult Diptera trapped at two heights in two native forests and an urban environment in New Zealand Allen C. G. Heath 1 and José G. B. Derraik 2 1 AgResearch, Wallaceville Animal Research Centre, PO Box 40063, Upper Hutt, New Zealand ([email protected] ...

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Rehydration of Forensically Important Larval Diptera Specimens

D IRECT I NJURY ,M YIASIS ,F ORENSICS Rehydration of Forensically Important Larval Diptera Specimens MICHELLER. SANFORD, 1 JENNIFERL. PECHAL, AND JEFFERYK.

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Insect Order ID: Diptera--Flies, Mosquitoes, Midges, Gnats

Insect Order Identification Home Diptera--Flies, Mosquitoes, Midges, Gnats Page 1 Some are tiny Robust-looking Brachycera Life Cycle--Complete metamorphosis: Adults lay eggs.

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