Notes sur le genre Greenomyia Brunetti et description d'une espece nouvelle des Alpes et des Apennins (Diptera: Mycetophilidae)

Publication Type:Journal Article
Year of Publication:2002
Authors:Matile, L.
Journal:Annales de la Societe Entomologique de France
Accession Number:200200535525
Keywords:Animalia-; Clastobasis- (Diptera-); Clastobasis-lepida (Diptera-): description-, Arthropoda-, Arthropods-, Europe-, Insecta-, Insects-, Invertebrata-, Invertebrates-; Alps-: Europe-, new-combination; Greenomyia- (Diptera-); Greenomyia-brunettii (Diptera-): description-, new-name; Greenomyia-theresae (Diptera-): description-, new-species; Diptera-: Animals-, Oriental-region; geographic-distribution; morphology-, Palearctic-region; Apennins-: Italy-, Palearctic-region; Sri-Lanka: Asia-, Systematics-and-Taxonomy; [75314-] Diptera-[new-taxon]

The systematic history of the genus Greenomyia Brunetti is briefly related. Greenomyia fugitiva and lepida Sivec and Plassmann, described from Sri Lanka, are attributed to the genus Clastobasis Skuse. Following this emendation, Greenomyia appears as a mainly Holarctic genus. Greenomyia brunettii is proposed as a new name for Leia nigra Brunetti. A new species, G. theresae, is described from the Western and Dinaric Alps and the Apennins. Lastly, a key to the species of the genus is given.

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