|Publication Type:||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication:||1982|
|Authors:||N. P. Krivosheina|
|Journal:||Entomological Review Washington|
|Keywords:||larvae, Strongylophthalmyia, Strongylophthalmyia pictipes, Strongylophthalmyia stackelbergi, Strongylophthalmyia ustulata|
Three species of the dipteran genus Strongylophthalmyia new to the Palaearctic are described: S. stackelbergi sp.n. from males and females reared from larvae collected under the bark of birch and elm in the Maritime Territory of the USSR; and the male of S. ustulata (Zett.) and S. pictipes Frey, both reared from larvae found under the bark of aspen in the Buryat Republic of the USSR.