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Notes on Shore Flies (Diptera: Ephydridae) from Finland and north-western Russia.

Kahanpää J, Zatwarnicki T - Biodivers Data J (2015)

Bottom Line: The recent checklist of the Ephydridae of Finland by Zatwarnicki and Kahanpää (2014) mentioned 13 ephydrid species as new for Finland without further details.Four species are recorded for the first time from Russia.Trimerinaindistincta Krivosheina, 2004 is herein considered as a new junior synonym of Trimerinamicrochaeta Hendel, 1932, syn. nov.

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Affiliation: Zoology Unit, Museum of Natural History, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland.

ABSTRACT
The recent checklist of the Ephydridae of Finland by Zatwarnicki and Kahanpää (2014) mentioned 13 ephydrid species as new for Finland without further details. This paper presents detailed records for those species and a few other species of interest. Four species are recorded for the first time from Russia. Trimerinaindistincta Krivosheina, 2004 is herein considered as a new junior synonym of Trimerinamicrochaeta Hendel, 1932, syn. nov.

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Hecamedoidesunispinosus (specimen http://id.luomus.fi/GV.19147)
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Figure 503731: Hecamedoidesunispinosus (specimen http://id.luomus.fi/GV.19147)

Mentions: Hecamedoidesunispinosus is much more common in Finland than H.glaucellus. The Fennica collection of MZH has only three specimens of the latter species: http://id.luomus.fi/GV.19146 from Turku (see Fig. 2b) and two specimens from Terijoki (=Russia, Leningrad Oblast, Zelenogorsk).


Notes on Shore Flies (Diptera: Ephydridae) from Finland and north-western Russia.

Kahanpää J, Zatwarnicki T - Biodivers Data J (2015)

Hecamedoidesunispinosus (specimen http://id.luomus.fi/GV.19147)
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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Figure 503731: Hecamedoidesunispinosus (specimen http://id.luomus.fi/GV.19147)
Mentions: Hecamedoidesunispinosus is much more common in Finland than H.glaucellus. The Fennica collection of MZH has only three specimens of the latter species: http://id.luomus.fi/GV.19146 from Turku (see Fig. 2b) and two specimens from Terijoki (=Russia, Leningrad Oblast, Zelenogorsk).

Bottom Line: The recent checklist of the Ephydridae of Finland by Zatwarnicki and Kahanpää (2014) mentioned 13 ephydrid species as new for Finland without further details.Four species are recorded for the first time from Russia.Trimerinaindistincta Krivosheina, 2004 is herein considered as a new junior synonym of Trimerinamicrochaeta Hendel, 1932, syn. nov.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Zoology Unit, Museum of Natural History, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland.

ABSTRACT
The recent checklist of the Ephydridae of Finland by Zatwarnicki and Kahanpää (2014) mentioned 13 ephydrid species as new for Finland without further details. This paper presents detailed records for those species and a few other species of interest. Four species are recorded for the first time from Russia. Trimerinaindistincta Krivosheina, 2004 is herein considered as a new junior synonym of Trimerinamicrochaeta Hendel, 1932, syn. nov.

No MeSH data available.