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Australian Platystomatidae (Diptera, Schizophora) with a revision of five genera

David K. McAlpine

Australian Platystomatidae (Diptera, Schizophora) with a revision of five genera

by David K. McAlpine

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Published by Published by Order of the Trustees of the Australian Museum in Sydney .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Australia.
    • Subjects:
    • Platystomatidae.,
    • Insects -- Australia.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 189-191.

      Statementby David K. McAlpine.
      SeriesAustralian Museum, Sydney. Memoir, 15, Memoir (Australian Museum) ;, 15.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL537.P65 M32
      The Physical Object
      Pagination256 p.
      Number of Pages256
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5094021M
      LC Control Number74165656

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      Taxonomy and immature stages of the Platystomatidae (Diptera: Tephritoidea) of Israel. Zootaxa (2): – DOI: /zootaxa Reference page. Other articles where Ambystomatidae is discussed: Caudata: Annotated classification: Family Ambystomatidae (mole salamanders) Small to moderate size, to 35 cm; usually with well-developed lungs; no nasolabial grooves; ypsiloid cartilage present; Oligocene ( million–23 million years ago) to present; North America; 1 genus, Ambystoma, and about 32 species. .

        records-australian-museum Identifier-ark ark://t77t6dp3t Journaltitle Records of the Australian Museum Ocr ABBYY FineReader (Extended OCR) Pages Pages 29 Ppi Year A new polystomatid (Monogenea, Polystomatidae) from the mouth of the North American freshwater turtle Pseudemys nelsoni. Zookeys, 1–9. DOI: /zookeys Full article Reference page. Du Preez, L.H.; Morrison, C. Two new polystomes (Monogenea: Polystomatidae) from the eyes of North American freshwater turtles. Zootaxa.


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Australian Platystomatidae (Diptera, Schizophora) with a revision of five genera. Sydney, Published by Order of the Trustees of the Australian Museum, (OCoLC)   Details - The Australian Platystomatidae (Diptera, Schizophora) with a revision of five genera - Biodiversity Heritage Library The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.

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Sponsor. If you are generating a PDF of a journal article or book chapter, please feel free to enter the title and author information. Review of the Australasian Genera of Signal Flies (Diptera: Platystomatidae) DAVID K. MCALPINE Australian Museum, 6 College Street, Sydney NSWAustralia ABSTRACT.

The distribution patterns of platystomatid genera in the 12 recognized provinces of the Australasian Region are recorded. Australian Platystomatidae book Notes are provided on biology and behaviour, including File Size: 2MB.

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Review of the Australasian genera of signal flies (Diptera: Platystomatidae). Records of the Australian Cited by: 5. Introduction. The signal fly family (Platystomatidae) includes a great diversity of species found in Australia, New Guinea and other nearby tropical countries.

McAlpine, D. The Australian Platystomatidae (Diptera, Schizophora) with a revision of five genera. Australian Museum Memoir 1– The Australian Platystomatidae (Diptera, Schizophora) with a revision of five genera - McAlpine, D.K.,The Australian Museum, p Back to Top [ Up ] [ Orange-blue Signal Fly ] [ Orange-green Signal Fly ] [ Green Signal Fly ] [ Boatman Fly ] [ Brown Banded Signal Fly I ] [ Brown-banded Signal Fly II ] [ Black Banded Signal Fly ].

The distribution patterns of platystomatid genera in the 12 recognized provinces of the Australasian Region are recorded. Notes are provided on biology and behaviour, including parasitism by fungi. The Platystomatidae (signal flies) are a distinctive family of flies (Diptera) in the superfamily Tephritoidea.

Signal flies are worldwide in distribution, found in all the ecozones, but predominate in the tropics. It is one of the larger families of acalyptrate Class: Insecta. The acalyptrate Diptera comprise the superfamilies of the Schizophora (higher Diptera) other than the Muscoidea (calyptrate and pupiparous flies).

Differing views have been expressed as to Cited by: Australian meteorites / by T. Hodge-Smith. Sydney: Australian Museum, The Australian platystomatidae (Diptera, Schizophora) with a revision of five genera / by David K. McAlpine. The genus Achias Fabricius occurs in New Guinea, northern Australia, and some islands adjacent to these areas.

Evidence is presented as to the disputed publication dates for Hendel's two significant reviews of the Platystomatidae as these affect nomenclature. Available information on Achias biology is summarised, but includes no larval records.

A method of Cited by: 6. Platystomatidae photos with superspecies identification. If you know the species, please, click on the picture and write the species name in Comments section.

Also, you can go to the gallery page with all photos of Platystomatidae sp. (large size). True Flies, Order Diptera Author Bickel D.J. Editor J. Healey Year Publication Type Book Chapter Publisher Reader’s Digest (Australia) Book Title Encyclopedia of Australian wildlife Number of pages Publisher Reader’s Digest (Australia) Place Published Surry Hills.

The Oriental genera and species of Plastotephritinae (Diptera: Platystomatidae) are revised. A key to genera in the Oriental Region is provided and diagnoses are.

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Platystomatidae is one of the largest families of acalyptrate Diptera and contains some of the most morphologically bizarre forms in all of Diptera. Over 1, species have been described, of which almost are recorded from the Australasian/Oceanian Regions, compared with from the Oriental, from the Afrotropical, 77 from the.

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K. McAlpine.A family of flies (order Diptera). They (and Otitidae) commonly are known as picture-winged flies, but Otitidae is now considered to be part of Ulidiidae. See also, FLIES.Platystomatidae. Subfamily: Platystomatinae. Schiner, Platystomatinae is a subfamily of flies (Diptera) in the family Platystomatidae (Signal flies).

Genera. Achias Fabricius, ; Atlas of Living Australia This article related to members of the muscomomoph flies Class: Insecta.