Milichiidae


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Milichiidae

[‚mil·ə′kī·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A family of myodarian cyclorrhaphous dipteran insects in the subsection Acalypteratae.
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Phylogenetic systematics of the Milichiidae (Diptera, Schizophora).
The family Milichiidae new to Henan, with description of a new species (Diptera: Acalyptratae), pp.
Diptera occurring in the parietal zone are far more numerous and better documented, and include examples in the families Camillidae, Milichiidae, Phoridae and Sphaeroceridae, etc.
Muscidae were identified by Marcia Couri, Chloropidae by John Ismay and Milichiidae by John Swann.
This honeydew/fungus combination is consumed by a wide variety of insects, including species of Mutillidae, Pompilidae, Bethylidae, Eucharitidae, Ichneumonidae, Braconidae, and Milichiidae, many of which have not been observed visiting saw palmetto flowers.
1 Syrphidae 4 3 Tephritidae 2 4 Calliphoridae 3 Muscidae 2 8 Sciaridae 8 Dolichopodidae 21 20 Ephydridae 26 2 Lauxaniidae 2 1 Chloropidae 68 21 Chamaemyiidae 1 Agromyzidae 16 3 Drosophilidae 6 1 Stratiomyidae 4 Empididae 1 Phoridae 5 Chironomidae 2 Milichiidae 7 Mycetophilidae 2 Cecidomyiidae 1 Pipunculidae 1 Otitidae 1 Sepsidae 4 Anthomyzidae 13 Trixoscelididae 2 Lepidoptera 0.
The labellum of such species is superficially similar to that of flower-visiting Chloropidae of the genus Olcella and Milichiidae of the genus Paramyia, which often co-occur on flowers with ephydrids at the ABS.