Hilarimorphidae

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Hilarimorphidae
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Hilarimorphidae

Hendel and Beier, 1937
Genera
  • Hilarimorpha
  • Hilarimorphites

The Hilarimorphidae or hilarimorphid flies are a family of Diptera. They are placed in the superfamily Asiloidea, though some considerable doubt exists, but the consensus is that they are most closely related to the Bombyliidae. Most species are nearctic.[1][2]

Species[edit]

  • H. abuta Webb, 1974
  • H. bumulla Webb, 1974
  • H. californica Webb, 1974
  • H. clavata Webb, 1974
  • H. cunata Webb, 1974
  • H. desta Webb, 1974
  • H. ditissa Webb, 1975
  • H. kena Webb, 1974
  • H. lamara Webb, 1974
  • H. lantha Webb, 1974
  • H. loisae Webb, 1974
  • H. mandana Webb, 1974
  • H. mentata Webb, 1974
  • H. mikii Williston, 1888
  • H. modesta Webb, 1974
  • H. obscura Bigot, 1887
  • H. parva Webb, 1974
  • H. pitans Webb, 1974
  • H. punata Webb, 1974
  • H. pusilla Johnson, 1923
  • H. reparta Webb, 1974
  • H. rivara Webb, 1975
  • H. robertsoni Webb, 1974
  • H. sidora Webb, 1974
  • H. singularis Webb, 1974
  • H. stena Webb, 1974
  • H. tempa Webb, 1974
  • H. burmanica Grimaldi & Cumming, 2011
  • H. cummingi Grimaldi, 2016
  • H. longimedia Grimaldi & Cumming, 1999
  • H. setosa Grimaldi & Cumming, 1999
  • H. superba Grimaldi & Cumming, 1999
  • H. yeatesi Grimaldi & Cumming, 1999

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nagatomi, Akira (1982). "Genitalia of Hilarimorpha (Diptera, Hilarimorphidae)". Japanese Journal of Entomology (in Japanese). Kagoshima. 50 (4): 544–548. ISSN 0915-5805.
  2. ^ Webb, D. W. (1974). "A revision of the genus Hilarimorpha (Diptera: Hilarimorphidae)". Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society. 47 (2): 172–222. JSTOR 25082639.
  3. ^ Grimaldi, D.I.; Cumming, J.M. (1999). "Brachyceran Diptera in Cretaceous ambers and Mesozoic diversification of the Eremoneura" (PDF). Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History. 239: 1–124.
  4. ^ "†Hilarimorphites Grimaldi and Cumming 1999". Paleobiology Database. Fossilworks. Retrieved 14 September 2018.