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Review of Anasillomos Londt, 1983 with the description of a new species (Insecta: Diptera: Asilidae).

Dikow T - Biodivers Data J (2015)

Bottom Line: The southern African assassin-fly genus Anasillomos Londt, 1983 is reviewed.A new species, Anasillomosjuergeni sp. n., is described from the Namib desert and represents the second species in the genus.Descriptions/re-descriptions, photographs, and identification keys are provided to aid in the identification.

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Affiliation: National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC, United States of America.

ABSTRACT
The southern African assassin-fly genus Anasillomos Londt, 1983 is reviewed. A new species, Anasillomosjuergeni sp. n., is described from the Namib desert and represents the second species in the genus. Descriptions/re-descriptions, photographs, and identification keys are provided to aid in the identification. Distribution, occurrence in biodiversity hotspots sensu Conservation International, and seasonal incidence are discussed.

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Map of southern Africa with elevational relief and biodiversity hotspots (in grey) showing distribution of Anasillomoschrysopos (orange) and A.juergeni sp. n. (red). Possible A.juergeni sp. n. from Awasib in yellow (see Discussion). Type localities with square symbol. Map data available in Google Earth KML file and also through GBIF (data-set d61dc8a1-83f7-4905-8863-d19a5a89a0a4).
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Figure 1158396: Map of southern Africa with elevational relief and biodiversity hotspots (in grey) showing distribution of Anasillomoschrysopos (orange) and A.juergeni sp. n. (red). Possible A.juergeni sp. n. from Awasib in yellow (see Discussion). Type localities with square symbol. Map data available in Google Earth KML file and also through GBIF (data-set d61dc8a1-83f7-4905-8863-d19a5a89a0a4).

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Review of Anasillomos Londt, 1983 with the description of a new species (Insecta: Diptera: Asilidae).

Dikow T - Biodivers Data J (2015)

Map of southern Africa with elevational relief and biodiversity hotspots (in grey) showing distribution of Anasillomoschrysopos (orange) and A.juergeni sp. n. (red). Possible A.juergeni sp. n. from Awasib in yellow (see Discussion). Type localities with square symbol. Map data available in Google Earth KML file and also through GBIF (data-set d61dc8a1-83f7-4905-8863-d19a5a89a0a4).
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Figure 1158396: Map of southern Africa with elevational relief and biodiversity hotspots (in grey) showing distribution of Anasillomoschrysopos (orange) and A.juergeni sp. n. (red). Possible A.juergeni sp. n. from Awasib in yellow (see Discussion). Type localities with square symbol. Map data available in Google Earth KML file and also through GBIF (data-set d61dc8a1-83f7-4905-8863-d19a5a89a0a4).
Mentions: SimpleMappr: distribution map – 2986 (as in Fig. 11) and in Google Earth as KML file.

Bottom Line: The southern African assassin-fly genus Anasillomos Londt, 1983 is reviewed.A new species, Anasillomosjuergeni sp. n., is described from the Namib desert and represents the second species in the genus.Descriptions/re-descriptions, photographs, and identification keys are provided to aid in the identification.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC, United States of America.

ABSTRACT
The southern African assassin-fly genus Anasillomos Londt, 1983 is reviewed. A new species, Anasillomosjuergeni sp. n., is described from the Namib desert and represents the second species in the genus. Descriptions/re-descriptions, photographs, and identification keys are provided to aid in the identification. Distribution, occurrence in biodiversity hotspots sensu Conservation International, and seasonal incidence are discussed.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus