Sciomyzidae


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Sciomyzidae

[‚sī·ə′miz·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A family of myodarian cyclorrhaphous dipteran insects in the subsection Acalypteratae.
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Twelve individuals of seven species of Sciomyzidae (snail-killing flies) were found.
Indeed, he subsequently sent us documents for our research on Afrotropical Diptera and the Sciomyzidae.
Of the 536 Sciomyzidae (snail -killing or marsh flies) species and 61 genera described world-wide, only 64 species and 12 genera are found in the Afrotropical Region (Knutson & Vala 2011).
The purpose of the present study is to supplement knowledge on the biology of Sciomyzidae in the Afrotropical Region.
The Tabi site, however, yielded eight additional families: Sarcophagidae, Ropalomeridae, Drosophilidae, Therevidae, Ceratopogonidae, Sciomyzidae, Calliphoridae, and Platystomatidae.
Eight families were found at Tabi, but not at Kiuic: Sarcophagidae, Ropalomeridae, Drosophilidae, Therevidae, Ceratopogonidae, Sciomyzidae, Calliphoridae, and Platystomatidae.
These taxa Brian termed 'boreal elements' and off-the-cuff he could name examples of this phenomenon amongst the Opomyzidae, Diastatidae, Sciomyzidae, Agromyzidae1, etc.
The Tabi site, however, reported 8 additional families: Sarcophagidae, Ropalomeridae, Drosophilidae, Therevidae, Ceratopogonidae, Sciomyzidae, Calliphoridae, and Platystomatidae.
Vala provided details of the long-awaited major monograph the Biology of snail-killing Sciomyzidae flies.
Eleven species of Sciomyzidae (snail-killing flies) were found, all new for Jay County: Dictya expansa Steyskal 1[male]; D.
Ostafrikanische Lauxaniidae, Tylidae, Neriidae, Sciomyzidae, Psilidae und Helomyzidae (Dipt.