Bibionidae


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Bibionidae

[‚bib·ē′än·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
The March flies, a family of orthorrhaphous dipteran insects in the series Nematocera.
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Effects of trap design on catches of grassland Bibionidae (Diptera: Nematocera).
Bibionidae (Diptera) captured by using yellow water traps in Tilff (Province of Liege).
4 Dixidae 3 Chaoboridae 4 Ceratopogonidae 1 Chironomidae 3 3 Simulidae 11 7 Anisopodidae 1 Bibionidae 10 15 Mycetophilidae 3 Sciaridae 54 94 Stratiomyidae 1 17 Rhagionidae 4 Cecidomyiidae 3 Scatopsidae 2 Asilidae 2 Empidae 7 Dolichopodidae 11 6 Phoridae 10 15 Pipunculidae 3 Otitidae 7 4 Syrphidae 34 36 Sciomyzidae 1 Sepsidae 2 Tephritidae 1 2 Psilidae Lauxaniidae 5 6 Chamaemyiidae 1 1 Piophilidae 1 1 Heliomyzidae 1 1 Chloropidae 18 43 Anthomyzidae 6 Agromyzidae 12 10 Ephydridae 16 10 Milichiidae 2 15 Drosophilidae 9 4 Anthomyiidae 5 4 Muscidae 7 12 Tachinidae 4 5 Calliphoridae 1 2 Sarcophagidae 2 Lepidoptera 0.
The Kiuic site also reported 6 additional families: Phoridae, Heleomyzidae, Bibionidae, Scatopsidae, Scenopinidae, and Mydidae.
Six additional families were found at the Kiuic site: Phoridae, Heleomyzidae, Bibionidae, Scatopsidae, Scenopinidae, and Mydidae.
Insects recovered from Heliconia inflorescence (bracts) included a range of flower feeding or detritivorous Diptera, including species of Bibionidae, Drosophilidae, Tephritidae, Richardiidae, Simuliidae, Syrphidae, Chironomidae and Sciaridae.
Copulating Bibionidae, especially Plecia nearctica, aggregate as they feed on saw palmetto flowers, but copulation is initiated elsewhere in aerial swarms, often observed in early morning at the ABS.
Bibionidae (Diptera; IV = 100), Chrysomelidae (Homoptera; IV = 90.
Leafhoppers and aphids (Aphididae) were more common at night, and Bibionidae (Plecia nearctica Hardy) did not differ in numbers between d and night sampling.
Adults of Formicidae, Collembola, Cicadellidae, micro-Diptera, Dolichopodidae, Araneae, thrips, and Bibionidae were observed in all 3 systems, i.
included the herbivorous flies Bibionidae, Chloropidae, and Drosophilidae, each in a different superfamily separate from Tephritidae.
Dec E M L NR Acanalonidae 2 1 2 1 Aleyrodidae 2 16 26 14 Aphididae 383 643 579 539 Bethylidae -- -- 1 -- Bibionidae -- 5 5 -- Cecidomyiidae 11 10 6 9 Chalcidoidea 34 59 83 91 Chrysomelidae -- -- -- 1 Cicadellidae 2 11 17 5 Staphylinidae -- 2 -- -- Cucujidae -- 1 11 -- Dolichopodidae 7 17 4 3 Drosophilidae 3 -- -- -- Ichneumonidae -- -- 4 4 Lepidoptera 1 1 -- 1 Muscidae 8 7 9 30 Nitulidae -- -- 2 -- Phloeothripidae 3 2 4 3 Phoridae 3 16 7 7 Platygatroidae 1 -- -- -- Psychodidae 1 3 10 -- Sciaridae (Bradydia spp.