deciphering their diversity and evolutionary history

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Asiloid Flies
deciphering their diversity and evolutionary history

Sample of Asiloid Flies

Bibliography of asiloid flies available online

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C. W. Johnson, A new species of the genus Mydas, Psyche, vol. 39, pp. 72–72, 1932.
C. W. Johnson, A revision of some of the North American species of Mydaidae, Proceedings of the Boston Society of Natural History, vol. 38 (1925–1928), pp. 131–145, 1926.
C. W. Johnson, Insects of Florida. I. Diptera, Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, vol. 32, pp. 37–90, 1913.
C. W. Johnson, New and interesting Diptera, Psyche, vol. 19, pp. 151–153, 1912.
C. W. Johnson, Diptera of Florida, Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, vol. 47, pp. 303–340, 1895.
M. T. James, Notes on some North American Mydaidae (Diptera), Entomological News, vol. 49, pp. 63–64, 1938.
L. A. Jahn, The internal anatomy of the Mydas fly, Ohio Journal of Science, vol. 30, pp. 85–97, 1930.
F. Jaennicke, Neue exotische Dipteren, Abhandlungen der Senckenbergischen Naturforschenden Gesellschaft, vol. 6, pp. 311–408, 1867.