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|Title:||Newly discovered males and new records of the uncommon Neotropical genera Eutabanus Kröber and Myiotabanus Lutz (Diptera: Tabanidae)|
|Authors:||Krolow, Tiago Kütter|
Bayless, Keith M.
Henriques, Augusto Loureiro
|metadata.dc.relation.ispartof:||Volume 3389, Pags. 25-33|
|Abstract:||The males of Eutabanus pictus Kröber, Myiotabanus amazonicus Rafael &Ferreira, collected in Amazonas, Brazil, and Myiotabanus muscoideus (Hine), collected in Chiapas, Mexico, a new country record, are described. Species of both genera are small horse flies with sarcophagid-like coloration. Diagnoses, illustrations and terminalia characters are presented for males, and illustrations and comments for females. The first key to males for Eutabanus and Myiotabanus is presented. Copyright © 2012 Magnolia Press.|
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