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A review of the genus Sapromyza Fallén in Israel with remarks on S. (Sapromyzosoma) quadripunctata (Linneaus) (Diptera: Lauxaniidae)

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Nine species of the genus Sapromyza Fallén are recorded from Israel: S. (Sapromyzosoma) quadricincta Becker, S. (Sapromyza) bisigillata Rondani, S. (Sapromyza) gozmanyi Papp and S. (Sapromyza) intonsa Loew and five species are described as new: S. (Sapromyzosoma) israelis, S. (Sapromyza) hermonensis, S. (Sapromyza) multímaculata, S. (Sapromyza) intonsina, S. (Sapromyza) freidbergi. A neotype for S. (Sapromyzosoma) quadripunctata L. is designated and S. (Sapromyzosoma) senilis Meigen is resurrected from synonymy. A key is provided for the Israeli species of Sapromyza. The general distribution, the distribution within Israel and illustrations of the terminalia of both sexes are provided for all the Israeli species.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Zoology, The George S. Wise Faculty of Life Sciences, Tel Aviv Univer- sity, 69978 Tel Aviv, Israel


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