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Taxonomy and geographic distribution of species of the genus coremacera palearctic sciomyzidae diptera


, : Taxonomy and geographic distribution of species of the genus coremacera palearctic sciomyzidae diptera. Bulletin De L'Institut Royal Des Sciences Naturelles De Belgique Entomologie: 3-13

The 12 spp. of the genus Coremacera Rondan, 1856 (Diptera, Palearctic Sciomyzidae) are reviewed and presented in a new key. The male genitalia of C. halensis (Loew) and C. amoena (Loew) are illustrated for the 1st time. The geographical distribution of each species is established. C. halensis (Loew) is recorded in Spain for the 1st time. New information for the distributions is given: C. catenata (Loew) in France and Turkey; C. halensis (Loew) in France; C. marginata (Fabricius) in France, Spain and Turkey. The list of the French species is established with the distribution. [The other species in the key were as follows: C. turkestanica (Elberg, 1968), C. obscuripennis (Loew, 1845), C. bivittata (Macquart, 1835), C. confluens Rondani, 1877, C. ussuriensis (Elberg, 1968), C. scutellata (Matsumura, 1916), C. fabricii Rozkosny, 1980, C. trivittata (Loew, 1860).].

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