SPINELLI Gustavo Ricardo
A revision of the Forcipomyia squamitibia group in the Neotropics with the description of three new species (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae)
MARINO PI; SPINELLI GR
INSECT SCI. APPL.
Año: 2002 vol. 22 p. 307 - 307
A revision of the Neotropical species of the Forcipomyia squamitibia group, revealed three new species, F. (F.) catarinensis from southern Brazil, Colombia and Costa Rica, F. (F.) quechua from northwestern Argentina and F. (F.) rioplatensis from northeastern Argentina and northwestern Uruguay, whichare described and illustrated. Forcipomyia (F.) squamitibia Lutz is redescribed from the original type material, a lectotype is designated, and F. (F.) soriai Wirth is recognized as a junior synonym. The remaining known species of this group are diagnosed, and keys to males and females are provided for the identification of the nine recognized species.