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A world catalogue of Trichoceridae Kertész, 1902* (Diptera)

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The systematic position of the family Trichoceridae, which includes 130 described species, about 110 of which are valid, is discussed and the family is placed near the Tipulidae. World distribution is given together with a diagnosis of the family, a key to the two subfamilies, five genera, and three subgenera. The annotated catalogue comprises all species described, journal of description, type museum, type material and locality, and the synonymies as establisched by the authors, especially for Holarctic species.

Affiliations: 1: Zoological Institute, Dept of Systematics, Helgonavägen 3, 223 62 Lund, Sweden; 2: 39 Old Town Road, Amherst, Mass, 01002 USA


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