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Palaearctic species of Rhamphomyia (Pararhamphomyia) anfractuosa group (Diptera, Empididae).

Barták M, Kubík Š - Zookeys (2015)

Bottom Line: Palaearctic species of the Rhamphomyia (Pararhamphomyia) anfractuosa group are revised.Rhamphomyia (Pararhamphomyia) biflexatasp. n., Rhamphomyia (Pararhamphomyia) lineodorsatasp. n., Rhamphomyia (Pararhamphomyia) nudiscutellatasp. n., and Rhamphomyia (Pararhamphomyia) shatalkinisp. n. (all from Russian Far East) are described and illustrated.A key to Palaearctic species of the Rhamphomyia (Pararhamphomyia) anfractuosa group is provided.

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Affiliation: Department of Zoology and Fisheries, Faculty of Agrobiology, Food and Natural Resources, Czech University of Life Sciences Prague, CZ-16521 Praha 6-Suchdol, Czech Republic.

ABSTRACT
Palaearctic species of the Rhamphomyia (Pararhamphomyia) anfractuosa group are revised. Rhamphomyia (Pararhamphomyia) biflexatasp. n., Rhamphomyia (Pararhamphomyia) lineodorsatasp. n., Rhamphomyia (Pararhamphomyia) nudiscutellatasp. n., and Rhamphomyia (Pararhamphomyia) shatalkinisp. n. (all from Russian Far East) are described and illustrated. A key to Palaearctic species of the Rhamphomyia (Pararhamphomyia) anfractuosa group is provided.

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Male terminalia, lateral view: 5Rhamphomyia (Pararhamphomyia) nudiscutellata sp. n. 6Rhamphomyia (Pararhamphomyia) robustior Frey 7Rhamphomyia (Pararhamphomyia) shatalkini sp. n. 8Rhamphomyia (Pararhamphomyia) sp. 2.
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Figure 2: Male terminalia, lateral view: 5Rhamphomyia (Pararhamphomyia) nudiscutellata sp. n. 6Rhamphomyia (Pararhamphomyia) robustior Frey 7Rhamphomyia (Pararhamphomyia) shatalkini sp. n. 8Rhamphomyia (Pararhamphomyia) sp. 2.

Mentions: Terminal abdominal segments (Figs 1–8) and hind legs (Figs 13–16) were photographed by means of Nikon Digital sight DS Fi-1. Each image resulted usually from combining 7–10 layers by means of Nish element. Legs were illustrated from these images; details were added by direct observation. Genitalia (Figs 9–12) together with 2–3 pregenital segments were removed and macerated in potassium hydroxide solution (approx. 10 %) in small vials submerged in hot water for 1–2 hours. After neutralizing with 8 % acetic acid, the genitalia were dissected in glycerine and their parts photographed by means of an Olympus E-41 digital camera mounted on an Olympus BX51 compound microscope. Images were edited with the computer software Quick Foto micro 2.3 provided with Deep focus 3.1. Each image resulted usually from combining 7–15 layers. Images were improved by means of Adobe Photoshop.


Palaearctic species of Rhamphomyia (Pararhamphomyia) anfractuosa group (Diptera, Empididae).

Barták M, Kubík Š - Zookeys (2015)

Male terminalia, lateral view: 5Rhamphomyia (Pararhamphomyia) nudiscutellata sp. n. 6Rhamphomyia (Pararhamphomyia) robustior Frey 7Rhamphomyia (Pararhamphomyia) shatalkini sp. n. 8Rhamphomyia (Pararhamphomyia) sp. 2.
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Figure 2: Male terminalia, lateral view: 5Rhamphomyia (Pararhamphomyia) nudiscutellata sp. n. 6Rhamphomyia (Pararhamphomyia) robustior Frey 7Rhamphomyia (Pararhamphomyia) shatalkini sp. n. 8Rhamphomyia (Pararhamphomyia) sp. 2.
Mentions: Terminal abdominal segments (Figs 1–8) and hind legs (Figs 13–16) were photographed by means of Nikon Digital sight DS Fi-1. Each image resulted usually from combining 7–10 layers by means of Nish element. Legs were illustrated from these images; details were added by direct observation. Genitalia (Figs 9–12) together with 2–3 pregenital segments were removed and macerated in potassium hydroxide solution (approx. 10 %) in small vials submerged in hot water for 1–2 hours. After neutralizing with 8 % acetic acid, the genitalia were dissected in glycerine and their parts photographed by means of an Olympus E-41 digital camera mounted on an Olympus BX51 compound microscope. Images were edited with the computer software Quick Foto micro 2.3 provided with Deep focus 3.1. Each image resulted usually from combining 7–15 layers. Images were improved by means of Adobe Photoshop.

Bottom Line: Palaearctic species of the Rhamphomyia (Pararhamphomyia) anfractuosa group are revised.Rhamphomyia (Pararhamphomyia) biflexatasp. n., Rhamphomyia (Pararhamphomyia) lineodorsatasp. n., Rhamphomyia (Pararhamphomyia) nudiscutellatasp. n., and Rhamphomyia (Pararhamphomyia) shatalkinisp. n. (all from Russian Far East) are described and illustrated.A key to Palaearctic species of the Rhamphomyia (Pararhamphomyia) anfractuosa group is provided.

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Affiliation: Department of Zoology and Fisheries, Faculty of Agrobiology, Food and Natural Resources, Czech University of Life Sciences Prague, CZ-16521 Praha 6-Suchdol, Czech Republic.

ABSTRACT
Palaearctic species of the Rhamphomyia (Pararhamphomyia) anfractuosa group are revised. Rhamphomyia (Pararhamphomyia) biflexatasp. n., Rhamphomyia (Pararhamphomyia) lineodorsatasp. n., Rhamphomyia (Pararhamphomyia) nudiscutellatasp. n., and Rhamphomyia (Pararhamphomyia) shatalkinisp. n. (all from Russian Far East) are described and illustrated. A key to Palaearctic species of the Rhamphomyia (Pararhamphomyia) anfractuosa group is provided.

No MeSH data available.