deciphering their diversity and evolutionary history

Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History

Asiloid Flies
deciphering their diversity and evolutionary history

Sample of Asiloid Flies

The family Apioceratidae (Diptera) in North America

The family Apioceratidae (Diptera) in North America
Journal Article
1936
Painter, RH
The University of Kansas Science Bulletin
24
187–202
Apiocera (Pyrocera), Apioceridae, Apomidas, key, Mydidae, Nearctic, Rhaphiomidas, Rhaphiomidinae

Notes on most of the type series, keys to all species, and additional distribution records are given for the known North American species. The following new species of Apiocera are described: trimaculata, caloris, aldrichi, beameri, clavator, interrupta, notata, convergens, martinorum and figures are given of genitalia and other characters. There are seventeen described species in this family in North America.

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