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New records of interesting Palaearctic Muscidae (Diptera)

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BARTÁK Miroslav KUBÍK Štěpán GREGOR František BARTÁK Miroslav ROZKOŠNÝ Rudolf

Year of publication 2004
Type Article in Proceedings
Conference Folia Facultatis Scientiarum Naturalium Universitatis Masarykianae Brunensis, Biologia, Vol. 109
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Field Zoology
Keywords Muscidae; faunistic news; Europe; Asia; Andorra; Bosnia and Hercegovina; Bulgaria; Czech Republic; France; Germany; Iraq; Romania; Slovakia; Switzerland; Ukraine; Uzbekistan
Description New faunistic records of Muscidae are given for several European and Asian countries. Two species are recorded for the first time from Andorra, 1 sp. from Bosna and Hercegovina, 1 sp. from Bulgaria, 8 spp. from the Czech Republic, 1 sp. from France, 1 sp. from Germany, 3 spp. from Italy, 1 sp. from Romania, 1 sp. from Slovakia, 3 spp. from Switzerland and 4 spp. from the Ukraine. Within the Czech Republic, 5 species have been found in Bohemia and 2 in Moravia for the first time. Asian records are represented by new findings from Iraq (6 spp.) and Uzbekistan (3 spp.). The East Palaearctic Muscina angustifrons (Loew) was repeatedly captured in the Šumava Mts (Czech Republic) and seems to be established in Central Europe. Limnophora setinerva Schnabl and Phaonia subfuscinervis (Zetterstedt) are recorded from Central Europe for the first time.
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