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[New and little-known Indian Asilidae (Diptera) VII. Ten new Xenomyza Wiedemann and Microstylum Macquart and keys to Indian species, Two new species of Cercyon Leach from boreal Sweden (Coleoptera: Hydrophilidae)]

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[Cercyon borealis sp. n. and C. emarginatus sp. n. are described from central and northern Sweden. Discussions of diagnostic characters and bionomical and distributional data are given, and distributional records are mapped. A key to the species of Cercyon of Northern Europe is provided., Keys to the Indian species of Xenomyza Wiedemann (12 species) and Microstylum Macquart (13 species) are provided. The following new species are described: Xenomyza indica sp. n., X. dravidica sp. n., X. keralaensis sp. n., X. rufoabdominalis sp. n., X. artigasi sp. n., X. mercaraensis sp. n., X. cederholmi sp. n., Microstylum ananthakrishnani sp. n., M. bhattacharyai sp. n., and M. varshneyi sp. n.]


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