The Taxonomy of the Muscoidean Flies, Including Descriptions of New Genera and Species

The Taxonomy of the Muscoidean Flies, Including Descriptions of New Genera and Species

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1908 edition. Excerpt: ...both sexes atrophied and tarsal joints compressed and swollen, arista pubescent in female, hind crossvein is middle between small crossvein and bend of fourth vein, macrochaetae only marginal. Type, tozmsendi (Edemapesa, gen. nov. Eyes bare, a costal spine, cheeks one-half eye height 5 Eyes hairy" 5. Apical cell long petiolate, ending well before wing-tip; hind crossvein in middle between small crossvein and bend of fourth vein. Type, atra Metachceta Apical cell very short petiolate, ending but slightly before wing-tip; hind crossvein a little nearer to bend of fourth vein. Type, conica Ceratomyiella 6. Apical cell open and ending well before wing-tip, bend of fourth vein with long stump, male antennae with third joint lyriform cleft. Type, lyrata Dichocera Apical cell ending well before wing-tip, a costal spine, hind crossvein much nearer to bend of fourth vein, macrochaetae only marginal (except on anal segment) 7 Apical cell ending at or but slightly before wing-tip, eyes thinly hairy.. 8 7. Apical cell closed in border (or narrowly open, or very short petiolate), eyes thinly hairy, cheeks fully one-half eye height. Type, mexicana Microchira Apical cell moderately long petiolate, eyes thickly hairy, cheeks nearly one-half eye height. Type, magnicornis Lachnomma 8. Apical cell narrowly open, a costal spine, hind crossvein nearer to bend of fourth vein, cheeks not over one-fourth eye height, eyes very sparsely hairy, all the male claws and pulvilli much elongated, female claws atrophied and tarsal joints compressed and swollen, macro-chaetae only marginal. Type, braucri Diaphoropeza, gen. nov. Apical cell closed in border (or very narrowly open or very short petiolate), double costal spine, hind crossvein much nearer to bend of fourth vein, ...show more

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  • Paperback | 58 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 122g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236489152
  • 9781236489159