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Characteristics of the ontogeny of horseflies (Diptera, Tabanidae)


, : Characteristics of the ontogeny of horseflies (Diptera, Tabanidae). Wiadomosci Parazytologiczne 28(1/2): 143-144

The ontogeny of the tabanid genera Hybomitra, Atylotus, Tabanus and Haematopota was studied in the USSR. The absence of diapause in larvae was proved experimentally; this confirmed the hypothesis as to the tropical origin of tabanids, continuous larval development being observed in the tropical regions.


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