Brachycera


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Brachycera

an order of large flies; includes Brachycera ovis (sheep), B. bovis (cattle). Includes tabanus spp. flies.
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Frequency Number of of occurrence Prey item individuals (%) (a) INSECTA Diptera Brachycera Asilidae 2 11.
II: Suborder Brachycera through Division Aschiza, Suborder Cyclorrhapha.
Chave para identificacao das formas adultas das especies da famflia Calliphoridae (Diptera, Brachycera, Cyclorrhapha) encontradas no Brasil.
Antennal evolution in the Brachycera (Diptera), with a reassessment of terminology relating to the flagellum.
As a dipterist, he published faunistic papers on Brachycera from Pommerania and the island of Amrum at the German North Sea coast, but further contributed to the taxonomy of his favourite groups, the present families Muscidae, Fanniidae and Anthomyiidae.
Antennal evolution in the Brachycera (Diptera) with a reassessment of terminology relating to the flagellum.
A phylogenetic hypothesis for Asilidae based on a total evidence analysis of morphological and DNA sequence data (Insecta, Diversity, Brachycera, Asiloidea).
With 66 species, the Tachinidae is the largest family of Brachycera at the ABS; 17 species (25.
The family Stratiomyidae belongs to the suborder Brachycera in Diptera (Rozkosny 1982).
He further proposed a revised terminology for components of the brachycerous antenna and suggested that the emergence of the Brachycera from nematocerous ancestors involved coevolution of antennal transformation and pseudotracheate labella, linked to a new feeding mode appropriate in new floras that appeared in the Triassic and Jurassic (Stuckenberg 1999).
Homology and phylogenetic implications of male genitalia in Diptera - Lower Brachycera.
Molecular phylogenetic analysis of nycteribiid and streblid bat fies (Diptera: Brachycera, Calyptratae): Implications for host associations and phylogeographic origins.