Ditomyiidae

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Ditomyiidae
Ditomyia fasciata in copula
Symmerus annulatus.jpg
Symmerus annulatus
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Ditomyiidae
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The Ditomyiidae are a small (90 species) family of flies (Diptera).They are found worldwide (except in the Afrotropical Region), most species are found in the Australasian and Neotropical realms.[1] There are only two genera in Europe Ditomyia Winnertz, 1846 and Symmerus Walker, 1848 [2][3] Ditomyia is found in Central Europe Symmerus in Northern Europe Symmerus is endemic to the Palaearctic.[4]

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  1. ^ Matile Family Ditomyiidae.
  2. ^ .Øivind Gammelmo & Eirik Rindal, 2006 On the family Ditomyiidae (Diptera, Sciaroidea) in Norway Norw. J. Entomol. 53, 47-49, 22 May 2006 pdf
  3. ^ Fauna Europaea
  4. ^ Munroe, D.D. 1974. The systematics, phylogeny, and zoogeography of Symmerus Walker and Australosymmerus Freeman (Diptera: Mycetophilidae: Ditomyiinae). Mem. entomol. soc.Can. 92. 1 – 183. Ottawa
  5. ^ Saigusa, T. (1973). "A new genus and species of the Ditomyiinae from Celebes (Diptera: Mycetophilidae)". Sieboldia. 4: 217–223.
  6. ^ Freeman, P. (1951). "Mycetophilidae". Diptera of Patagonia and South Chile. 3, : 1-138 pp., 49 pls.CS1 maint: extra punctuation (link)
  7. ^ Winnertz, Johannes (1846). "Beschreibung einiger neuen Gattungen aus der Ordnung der Zweiflügler". Stettiner entomologische Zeitung. 7: 11–20.
  8. ^ Papavero, N. (1977). "Family Ditomyiidae". Catalogue of the diptera of the Americas South of United States. 19B: 6.
  9. ^ Marshall, Patrick (1896). "New Zealand Diptera: no. 2. - MycetophilidaeMycetophilidae". Transactions of the New Zealand Institute. 28: 250–309. Retrieved 28 May 2019.
  10. ^ Edwards, F. W . (1940). "New Neotropical Mycetophilidae (IV) (Diptera)". Revista de Entomologia. 11: 440–465, pls. 18-19.