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Revision der europäischen Arten der Pilzmückengattung Bolitophila Meigen (Diptera: Mycetophilidae)

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Since 1927, when Landrock published his great work about the Fungivoridae in "Die Fliegen der paläarktischen Region", many new species of fungus-gnats have been described. The European members of genus Bolitophila Meigen are revised and a key for their separation is given. Altogether 20 species are now known of which figures and remarks on their genitalia are given; to permit a correct determination, an examination of genitalia is found to be necessary. The known distribution of the species is given.

Affiliations: 1: D-8059 Notzing, Blumenstr. 8, Deutschland


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