European Micropezids & Tanypezids

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Die Megamerinidae, Micropezidae, Psilidae und Tanypezidae (Diptera) Niedersachsens und Bremens

Publication Type:Journal Article
Year of Publication:2006
Authors:J. - H. Stuke
Journal:Braunschweiger Naturkundliche Schriften
Keywords:Calobata petronella, Chamaepsila, Chamaepsila ephippium, Chamaepsila gracilis, Chamaepsila humeralis, Chamaepsila limbatella, Chamaepsila nigra, Chamaepsila nigricornis, Chamaepsila obscuritarsis, Chamaepsila pallida, Chamaepsila pectoralis, Chamaepsila persimilis, Chamaepsila quadrilineata, Chamaepsila rosae, Chyliza annulipes, Chyliza leptogaster, Chyliza vittata, Cnodacophora sellata, Cnodacophora stylifera, Imantimyia albiseta, Imantimyia sylvatica, Loxocera albiseta, Loxocera aristata, Loxocera sylvatica, Megamerina, Megamerina dolium, Micropeza, Micropeza brevipennis, Micropeza corrigiolata, Micropeza lateralis, NERIA, Neria cibaria, Neria ephippium, Neria femoralis, Psila fimetaria, Psila merdaria, Tanypeza, Tanypeza longimana

New records of 31 species of Megamerinidae, Micropezidae, Psilidae and Tanypezidae are listed from Lower Saxony and Bremen. 16 species are reported for this area the first time. Chamaepsila persimilis (WAKERLEY, 1959) and Chamaepsila quadrilineata (STROBL, 1898) are new for Germany. Bibliographic references for Lower Saxony and Bremen have been compiled. A total of 1 Megamerinidae, 10 Micropezidae, 20 Psilidae and 1 Tanypezidae are now known to occur in Lower Saxony and Bremen.

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