Evocoa

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Evocoa
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Insecta
Order: Diptera
Family: Evocoidae
Genus: Evocoa
Yeates, Irwin & Wiegmann, 2006
Species: E. chilensis
Binomial name
Evocoa chilensis
Yeates, Irwin & Wiegmann, 2003
Synonyms

Ocoa Yeates, Irwin & Wiegmann, 2003

Evocoa is a monotypic genus of flies containing the single species Evocoa chilensis. It is the only genus in the family Evocoidae.

This fly was described to science in 2003 with the name Ocoa chilensis. A new genus and family were erected for it.[1] In 2006 they were given the current names.[2]

This species is a small fly native to Chile.[1]

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