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[The South American neopseustid genus Apoplania Davis: a new species, distribution records and notes on adult behaviour (Lepidoptera: Neopseustina), Notes on Swedish Tephritis Latreille, with descriptions and a key to 3rd instar larvae (Diptera: Tephritidae)]

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[The Swedish species of Tephritis Latreille and their host plants are summarized. Last instar larvae of 4 species, viz. T. arnicae (Linnaeus), T. bardanae (Schrank), T. dioscurea (Loew) and T. ruralis (Loew), are described for the first time. A key to 3rd instar larvae of 8 Tephritis species is provided., The genus Apoplania Davis, 1975 is reviewed. Recent collecting in the Andes of temperate South America has resulted in the discovery of one new species, Apoplania valdiviana, and added new information on the distribution of the other two species. The resting posture of Apoplania is described. One hitherto unrecognized probable neopseustid autapomorphy is discussed.]


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