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Argentinomyia

A. columbianus Enderlein, 1938. Agonis A. Walker, 1849. A. melanocera Williston, 1891. A. hull funereus, 1949. A. bolivariensis Fluke, 1945. A. crenulatus Williston, 1891. A. scitulus Williston, 1888. A. maculatus Walker, 1852. A. altissimus Fluk ...

Austalis

Austalis is a genus of hoverflies, from the family Syrphidae in the Diptera. Earlier representatives of this genus were considered part of Eristalis but rather as a separate group. They are very similar to Eristalinus, but Austalis is determined ...

Ceriomicrodon

Ceriomicrodon is a genus of hoverflies. The only known species, Ceriomicrodon petiolatus, lives in the Brazilian States of Mato Grosso, Roraima, Amazonas, maranhão and rondônia. Its biology is little known, but it is assumed that the larvae live ...

Chamaesphegina

Shine slightly elongated flies, face concave, with a slightly projecting epistome. The rear edge of the flap forming a certain range. The abdomen is elongated and more or less parallel sided to side, wings long and slender. Legs simple, hind femu ...

Chamaesyrphus

C. Caledonicus Collin, 1940. S. Nigricornis Santos Abreu, 1924. C. lusitanicus MIK, 1898. S. scaevoides fell, 1817. Pruinosomaculatus S. Strobl, 1906.

Chrysidimyia

Chrysidimyia is a genus hoverflies, from Brazil, and only one known species, Chrysidimyia chrysidimima. The genus was described as a small metallic green fly with a thick and densely punctured, what was the "amazing similarity" with a chrysidid wasp.

Chymophila

Chymophila is a subgenus of Microdon hoverflies of the genus. It was previously considered to be exclusively Neotropical, but now also known from the Nearctic and the Eastern kingdoms, and one species known from Japan. Chymophila was based on a c ...

Citrogramma

Luteifrons C. Mayer, 1908. Gedehanum S. Mayer, 1914. C. distinctum Thompson, 2012. Cheol S. Ghorpade, 1994. S. Federici Mengual & Ghorpade, 2012. S. henryi Ghorpade, 1994. Solomonensis S. White, 1991. Circumdatum C. Mayer, 1908. S. Mengual pinyto ...

Domodon

D. peperpotensis Reemer, 2014 – Suriname, French Guiana. D. From zodiacus Reemer, 2013 – Suriname. Caxiuana D. Carvalho-Filho, Martins, Sousa & Reemer, 2019 – Brazil, Ecuador, French Guiana. Sensibilis D. Carvalho-Filho, Martins, Sousa & Reemer, ...

Furcantenna

Furcantenna is a genus of hoverflies from Guangxi, China, containing two species. Furcantenna Yangi is known only from men. Furcantenna similar to the kind Schizoceratomyia. These two species differ from each other in the form of a flap, in Furca ...

Hovamicrodon

Hovamicrodon is a subgenus in the genus Archimicrodon hoverflies endemic to Madagascar. Hovamicrodon distinguishes a particular type of scutellar calcar, being broad and blunt apical.

Hybobathus

Hybobathus is a genus of hoverflies in the Neotropical region, formerly in the genus Ocyptamus, which was divided after the researchers decided that it is not monophyletic.

Kertesziomyia

Kertesziomyia-14 genus of hoverflies, from the family Syrphidae in the Diptera. They are very similar to Eristalinus, but Kertesziomyia determined whether a postalar pile tuft but lacking the pile on the back of anepimeron and not having a patter ...

Masarygus

Masarygus is a genus of hoverflies native to Argentina, containing two species. It was first described as representing a new family related to Conopidae or possibly Oestridae due to the greatly reduced mouthparts. Larvae are found in ant nests.

Melangyna

Genus: Melangyna Melangyna lasiophthalma Zetterstedt, 1843. Fisherii Melangyna Walton, 1911. Melangyna labiatarum Verrall, 1901. Melangyna vespertina Vockeroth, 1980. Ericarum Melangyna Collin, 1946. Melangyna Coei Nielsen, 1971. Melangyna sexgut ...

Meliscaeva

Meliscaeva is a genus of hoverflies. They bare eye, bare xiphoid process, metapisternum bare; anterior anepisternum usually hairy. Margin of wing with a series of minute closely spaced black spots on the back edge. Mostly Eastern, but Meliscaeva ...

Myathropa

Myathropa European and North African genus very common hoverflies. Adults may be seen on flowers from may to September. The larvae feed on bacteria in organic waterlogged detritus, often in shallow rot holes of tree stumps.

Myiacerapis

Myiacerapis is a subgenus of Microdon hoverflies of the genus. It contains only one species, Microdon villosus. He is a native of Uganda, although the undescribed species is known from South Africa. Larvae are found in ant nests.

Orphnabaccha

Orphnabaccha is a genus of hoverflies in the Neotropical region, formerly in the genus Ocyptamus, which was divided after the researchers decided that it is not monophyletic.

Paragodon

Paragodon paragoides small hoverflies, which differs from other hoverflies it simple male genitalia, and, accordingly, is considered the most primitive microdontine. He is the only member of the genus Paragodon as other known species was removed ...

Paramicrodon

Paramicrodon is a genus of hoverflies, with eight known species. They differ from Microdon by their antennae and the lack of apps on vein R4 5.

Paramixogaster

P. icariiformis Pendlebury, 1927. P. conveniens Brunetti, 1923. P. Yunnanensis Chang, 2012. P. omeanus Paramonov 1957. P. variegatus Walker, 1852. P. decipiens Mayer 1917. P. acantholepidis Spacer, 1913. St. p. Paramonov 1957. P. elisabethae Keys ...

Pelecinobaccha

Pelecinobaccha is a genus of hoverflies in the Neotropical region, formerly in the genus Ocyptamus, which was divided after the researchers decided that it is not monophyletic.

Peradon

Peradon is a genus hoverflies, from the Neotropical region, containing 31 species. Many of the species were originally described in the Genus Microdon.

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