Phytalmiinae

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Phytalmiinae
Clusiosomina puncticeps.jpg
Clusiosomina puncticeps
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Insecta
Order: Diptera
Family: Tephritidae
Subfamily: Phytalmiinae
Genera

see text.

Diversity
95 genera, ca. 330 species

The Phytalmiinae are a subfamily of tephritid fruit flies.

Systematics[edit]

The Phytalmiinae are grouped into four tribes:

Acanthonevra, Acanthonevroides, Aethiothemara, Afrocneros, Alloeomyia, Anchiacanthonevra, Antisophira, Aridonevra, Austronevra, Austrorioxa, Buloloa, Chaetomerella, Cheesmanomyia, Cleitamiphanes, Clusiosoma (subgenera Clusiosoma and Paraclusiosoma), Clusiosomina, Copiolepis, Cribrorioxa, Dacopsis, Diarrhegma, Dirioxa, Ectopomyia, Emheringia, Enicopterina, Enoplopteron, Exallosophira, Felderimyia, Freyomyia, Gressittidium, Griphomyia, Hemiclusiosoma, Hexacinia, Hexamela, Hexaresta, Labeschatia, Langatia, Loriomyia, Lumirioxa, Lyronotum, Micronevrina, Mimoeuphranta, Neothemara, Nothoclusiosoma, Ocnerioxa, Orienticaelum, Paedohexacinia, Parachlaena, Phorelliosoma, Polyara, Polyaroidea, Pseudacanthoneura, Pseudacrotoxa, Pseudoneothemara, Ptilona, Ptiloniola, Quasirhabdochaeta, Rabaulia, Rabauliomorpha, Rioxa, Saucromyia, Sophira (subgenera Kambangania, Parasophira, Soosina and Sophira), Sophiroides, Sophiropsis, Staurellina, Stigmatomyia, Stymbara, Taeniorioxa, Termitorioxa, Themara, Themarictera, Themarohystrix, Themaroides, Themaroidopsis, Tritaeniopteron, Trypanocentra (subgenera Clusiomorpha and Trypanocentra) and Walkeraitia.
Epacrocerus, Proepacrocerus, Tanymetopus and Udamolobium.
  • Phascini: 14 species in the following 6 genera:
Diarrhegmoides, Homoiothemara, Othniocera, Paraphasca, Phasca and Xenosophira.
  • Phytalmiini: 22 species included in the following 4 genera:
Diplochorda, Ortaloptera, Phytalmia and Sessilina.

Seven species in the next five genera are not included in any of the above tribes:

Colobostroter, Matsumurania, Pseudosophira, Robertsomyia and Terastiomyia.

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