4 edition of World catalog of the beach-fly family Canacidae (Diptera) found in the catalog.
World catalog of the beach-fly family Canacidae (Diptera)
Mathis, Wayne N.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 14-17) and index.
|Statement||Wayne N. Mathis.|
|Series||Smithsonian contributions to zoology ;, no. 536|
|LC Classifications||QL1 .S54 no. 536, QL537.C25 .S54 no. 536|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 18 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||18|
|LC Control Number||92029981|
Author: Francis G. Howarth,William P. Mull. Publisher: University of Hawaii Press ISBN: Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» A remarkable book, making known to a general audience as well as to entomologists some of the dominant groups comprising one of . "World Catalog of the Family Canacidae (including Tethinidae) (Diptera), with keys to the supraspecific taxa." Zootaxa (): 1– Myers, Janet and Mathis, Wayne Neilsen.
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Introduction. Canacidae, or the beach flies, surf flies and surge flies, is a relatively small family of acalyptrate Diptera primarily found throughout coastal regions of the world. A number of catalogs and revisions have been published in the past 20 years. Traditionally, this group contained only members of the family Canacidae, sensu stricto. The Mathis () catalog of this family. This species was also included in a world catalog of Tethinidae (= Tethininae in part; Mathis and Munari ) and treated and discussed in a short paper on some Neotropical species of Tethina Haliday (Foster and Mathis ). Aside from website listings, these are the only papers available to us on the fauna of Tethininae from the Islands.
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Canacidae, incorrectly Canaceidae, or beach flies, surf or surge flies, is a family of are species in 12 genera. The family now includes Tethininae as a : Insecta. World catalog of the beach-fly family Canacidae (Diptera). Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Wayne N Mathis.
World Catalog of the Beach-Fly Family Canacidae (Diptera) Article (PDF Available) in Smithsonian Libraries () January with Reads How we measure 'reads'. DSpace Repository World Catalog of the Beach-Fly Family Canacidae (Diptera). Canacinae is a subfamily of beach flies in the family of Canacidae.
Tribes & Genera. Tribe Canacini Jones, ; Canace Haliday in Curtis, ; Tribe Dynomiellini Mathis, ; Canacea Cresson, ; Chaetocanace Hendel, ; Dynomiella Giordani Soika, ; Isocanace Mathis, ; Trichocanace Wirth, ; Xanthocanace Hendel, ; ReferencesClass: Insecta.
Book. Jan ; Michael S. Engel Mayflies of the World. A Catalog of the Family and Genus Group Taxa. World Catalog of the Beach-Fly Family Canacidae (Diptera) January Smithsonian. Isocanace is a genus of beach flies in the family Canacidae.
All known species are Australasian or Afrotropical. Species. albiceps (Malloch, ) I. australis Mathis, ; I. briani Mathis, ; I. flava (Canzoneri & Meneghini, ) References.
Commercial sale or deposition in a public library or website is prohibited. WORLD CATALOG OF CANACIDA. McAlpine, D.K. The surge flies (Diptera: Canacidae: Zaleinae) of Australasia and notes on tethinid-canacid morphology and relationships.
Records of the Australian Museum, 27– ISSN: World Catalog of the Beach-Fly Family Canacidae (Diptera) Wayne N. Mathis Introduction True flies of the family Canacidae, more commonly known as beach or surf flies, are found in temperate and tropical zones throughout the world, usually in association with maritime beaches.
The family has comparatively few species, at least by. Mathis WN. () World catalog of the beach-fly family Canacidae (Diptera).
Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology iv+ Mathis WN. () A review of the hoguei Group of Paracanace Mathis and Wirth (Diptera: Canacidae). Memoirs of the Entomological Society of Washington Xanthocanace is a genus of beach flies in the family Canacidae.
All known species are Oriental, Palearctic or Afrotropical. Species. capensis Wirth, ; X. hamifer Munari, ; X. kaplanorum Mathis and Freidberg, ; X. magna (Hendel, ) X. nigrifrons. This page was last edited on 13 Augustat Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may Family Canacidae The Canacidae, more commonly know n as beach- or surf-flies, occur in temperate and tropical zones throughout the world, usually associated with.
Mathis WN. () World catalog of the beach-fly family Canacidae (Diptera). Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology iv+ Mathis WN. () A review of the hoguei Group of Paracanace Mathis and Wirth (Diptera: Canacidae). Memoirs of the Entomological Society of. Freidberg, A. A study of Zaleinae, a taxon transitional between Canacidae and Tethinidae (Diptera), with the description of a new genus and species.
Entomologica scandinavica, 26(4): – DOI: /X; Mathis, W.N. World catalog of the beach-fly family Canacidae (Diptera). Smithsonian contributions to zoology. The surge flies (Diptera, Canacidae, Zaleinae) of Australasia and notes on tethinids-canacid morphology and relationships.
World catalog of the beach-fly family Canacidae (Diptera). Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology (). Canacea is a genus of beach flies in the family known species are Nearctic or Neotropical. The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.
A REVIEW OF THE BEACH-FLY GENUS ISOCANACE MATHIS (DIPTERA: CANACIDAE) T2 - Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington.
VL. Mathis, W.N. A review of the beach-fly genus Isocanace Mathis (Diptera: Canacidae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, (2): – BHL BioStor; Munari, L.; Mathis, W.N.
World catalog of the family Canacidae (including Tethinidae) (Diptera), with keys to the supraspecific taxa. Zootaxa, 1–World catalog of the beach-fly family Canacidae (Diptera) by Wayne N Mathis (Book) 22 editions published Studies of Canacidae (Diptera), I: suprageneric revision of the family.Procanace is a genus of beach flies (insects in the family Canacidae).All known species are Oriental, Afrotropical, Palaearctic, Neotropical or Australasian.