Apioceridae


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Apioceridae

[‚ap·ē·ō′ser·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A family of orthorrhaphous dipteran insects in the series Brachycera.
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Adjusted N concentrations in predaceous or parasitic flies (Apioceridae, Asilidae, Sarcophagidae, Tabanidae, and Tachinidae) and detritivorous flies (Dolichopodidae and Lauxaniidae) were similar.
To see a nice color picture of the Fly, see Delhi Sands Flower-Loving Fly (Diptera Apioceridae) <http:// shanana.berkeley.edu/essig/endins/raphiomi.htm>.
The genus Tongamya Stuckenberg, 1966 was initially described in Apioceridae, the sister group of Mydidae (Yeates & Irwin 1996; Irwin & Wiegmann 2001; Dikow 2009), but transferred together with Megascelus Philippi, 1865 from Chile and Neorhaphiomidas Norris, 1936 from Australia to the Mydidae by Yeates & Irwin (1996).
A remarkable new genus and species of Apioceridae in South Africa (Diptera).
Apioceridae (Insecta: Diptera): cladistic reappraisal and biogeography.
A redescription of 'Asilus' alastor Walker, and its transfer to the genus Apiocera (Diptera: Apioceridae).
A description of the female, egg and first-instar larva of Tongamya miranda, with notes on the oviposition and the habitat of the species (Diptera: Apioceridae).