deciphering their diversity and evolutionary history

Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History

Asiloid Flies
deciphering their diversity and evolutionary history

Sample of Asiloid Flies

Nuevos datos sobre d{\'ıpteros iberobaleares (Diptera: Orthorrhapha y Cyclorrhapha)

Nuevos datos sobre d{\'ıpteros iberobaleares (Diptera: Orthorrhapha y Cyclorrhapha)
Journal Article
2001
Carles-Tolrá, M
Bolet{\'ın de la Asociación Española de Entomolog{\'ıa
25
53–95
Leptomydas, Leptomydinae, Mydidae, Palaearctic

New and interesting faunistical data of 250 orthorraphous and cyclorrbaphous dipterous species belonging to 44 families collected in the Iberian Peninsula (concretely in Spain and Portugal) and Balearic Islands are presented. Among the results obtained we destacate the first record of: a) 3 species for Europe (Nemotelus subuliginosus Rozkosny (Stratiomyidae), Canace actites Matbis (Canacidae) and Lyciella canariensis (Becker) (Lauxaniidae)); b) 1 genus and 20 species for the Iberian Peninsula; c) 11 families, 27 genera and 34 species for Portugal; and d) 1 species for Spain. Furthermore, we give numerous new records of families, genera and species for many autonomic comunities, provinces and isles. All these new results are schown in Table 1.