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Babindellinae, a new subfamily of Dolichopodidae (Diptera) from Australia, with a discussion of symmetry in the dipteran male postabdomen

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Babindella physoura and B. whianensis gen. et spp. n., are described from Queensland and New South Wales, respectively. Babindella is distinctivc in having a symmetrical male postabdomen with the seventh and eighth segments fused, ands is regarded as the sole representative of a new dolichopodid subfamily, the Babindellinae. The development of symmetry in the diptcran male postabdomen is discussed.

Affiliations: 1: Daniel J. Bickel, Australian Museum, P.O. Box A285, Sydney South, NSW 2000, Australia


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