Lauxaniidae


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Lauxaniidae

[lȯk·sə′nī·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A family of myodarian cyclorrhaphous dipteran insects in the subsection Acalypteratae; larvae are leaf miners.
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Species 1 Drosophilidae Species 1 Lauxaniidae Species 1 Muscidae Species 1 Species 2 Species 3 Species 4 Species 5 Species 6 Sciaridae Species 1 Scatophagidae Species 1 Syrphidae Leucopodella sp.
Flies predominated on all traps (91% of all collected insects), morpho-species 1 (Lauxaniidae, about 3 mm in length) being the most abundant captured insect (48.4% of all insects on bisexual coenanthia and 52.7% of those on unisexual male coenanthia; Table 2).
Lauxaniid flies (Diptera: Acalyptratae: Lauxaniidae) are renowned for their morphological diversity relative to other acalyptrate fly families.
Chironomidae (non-biting midges), Lauxaniidae (Lauxaniid flies), and Dolichopodidae (long legged flies) were also relatively common (Table 2).
str.), cuyos posibles polinizadores son dipteros de las familias Drosophilidae, Lauxaniidae y Syrphidae (Endress & Lorence, 1983).
In Lauxaniidae, he wrote a ground-breaking study of the genera of Old World Lauxaniidae (Stuckenberg 1971 a) which after 40 years still remains a principal resource, and described a new species of Drepanephora Loew, 1869, from South Africa (Stuckenberg 1963) and two new species of the Noeetomima Enderlein, 1937, from Australia and Nepal (Stuckenberg 1971b).
Contribution to the knowledge of families Lauxaniidae and Helomyzidae (Diptera, Acalyptrata) in Romania.
In 1965 and 1966 Brian made research visits to various European museums in Austria, Greece, Switzerland, Germany and the United Kingdom, to study types of 'Rhagionidae' and for his on-going revision of Old World Lauxaniidae genera.
The larval nutrition of Minettia flaveola and Phaonia parviceps and its significance to the Hawaiian leaf-breeding Drosophila (Diptera: Lauxaniidae" Muscidae" Drosophilidae).
These are reported from the dipterous families Celyphidae, Curtonotidae (as Drosophilidae), Chloropidae, Diopsidae, Lauxaniidae, Psilidae, Richardiidae, Tephritidae and various unidentified flies (Balazuc 1980; Lee & Majewski 1986; Rossi & Kotrba 2004; Rossi & Ponziani 2008; Rossi 1986, 1987; Thaxter 1901, 1902, 1917, 1918).
Biology and immature stages of eight species of Lauxaniidae (Diptera).
that the 6th tergite is not associated with the postabdomen ('in der allgemeinen Gliederung des Abdomens der Lauxaniidae fallt zunachst auf, dass das 6 Abdomindalsegment nicht in den Komplex des Postabdomens einbezogen ist').