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Fannia stigi n.sp. from Scandinavia (Diptera: Fanniidae)

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Fannia stigi n.sp is described from the subalpine region of SW Norway and northern Sweden. It belongs to the spathiophora subgroup of the postica species-group. It is compared with western Palaearctic members of this subgroup. A lectotype is designated for F. bisetosa Ringdahl, 1926, whose synonymy withF. aethiops Malloch, 1913 is confirmed.

Affiliations: 1: K. Rognes, Havørnbrautene 7a, N-4040 Madla, Norway

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1982-01-01
2016-12-08

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