Hippa et al. 2010

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Hippa, H., Vilkamaa, P. & Heller, K. 2010: Review of the Holarctic Corynoptera Winnertz, 1867, s. str. (Diptera, Sciaridae). In: Zootaxa. Nr. 2659, S. 1-197 (http:/​/​www.​mapress.​com/​zootaxa/​2010/​f/​zt02695p197.​pdf, abgerufen am 2. Januar 2011).

Stichworte: CorynopteraReviewSciaridaeTaxonomische LiteraturBestimmungsschlüsselHolarktische RegionSynonymeNeubeschreibungenVerbreitungBradysia

Zusammenfassung: Corynoptera Winnertz, s. str., is defined. In the Holarctic region it includes 123 species. The species are diagnosed and keyed, and distribution data are given. The following 50 new species are described: Corynoptera adustula (Nepal), C. aequispina (Canada: Quebec), C. alneti (Europe, Canada: British Columbia), C. andalusica (Spain, Greece), C. angustior (W Europe), C. anodon (Japan), C. badia (Italy), C. caesula (Spain), C. collicola (Japan), C. condyloma (Japan), C. controversa (Russia: Primorsk region), C. curvapex (Japan), C. decepta (Russia: Primorsk region), C. digemina (Japan), C. dioon (Nepal), C. distenta (Japan), C. exerta (Russia: Primorsk region), C. fimbriata (Japan), C. flava (Germany, Sweden), C. gemellata (Czech Republic), C. iberica (Spain), C. inclinata (Morocco), C. latibula (Spain), C. lobata (Japan), C. micula (Japan), C. minax (Japan), C. ninae (Finland), C. pacifica (USA: California), C. paracantha (Japan), C. patula (W Europe, Sri Lanka), C. phili (Canada: Ontario, Quebec), C. plusiochaeta (Finland, Sweden, USA: Alaska), C. primoriensis (Russia: Primorsk region), C. redunca (Canada: Quebec), C. romana (Italy), C. serotina (Spain), C. sinedens (Japan), C. sphaerula (Japan), C. spiciceps (Morocco), C. spicigera (Nepal), C. stellaris (Austria, Germany), C. subclinochaeta (Germany, Greece, Russia: Krasnodar region), C. tarda (Russia: Altay region), C. trichistylis (Canada: British Columbia), C. truncatula (Spain), C. tumidula (Finland, Sweden), C. umbrata (Greece, Spain), C. uncinula (Canada, Russia: Yamal Peninsula), C. undulosa (Italy, Portugal, Spain), and C. vulcani (Spain: Canary Islands). The status of C. consumpta (Freeman, 1987), C. defecta (Frey, 1948), C. dubitata Tuomikoski, 1960 and C. arboris Fritz, 1982, is restored as valid species, whereas the following species are regarded as junior synonyms: C. bisulca Mohrig & Mamaev, 1987 = C. bipartita Mohrig & Krivosheina, 1985, C. fritzi Mohrig & Rulik, 2001 = C. triacantha Tuomikoski, 1960, C. praepiniphila Mohrig & Dimitrova, 1992 = C. alticola (Kieffer, 1919), C. simonae Rudzinski, 1992 = C. macricula Mohrig & Krivosheina, 1986 and C. spungisi Mohrig & Krivosheina, 1985 = C. irmgardis (Lengersdorf, 1930). Lectotypes are designated for C. dubitata Tuomikoski, 1960, C. gymnops Tuomikoski, 1960, C. inexspectata Tuomikoski, 1960, C. levis Tuomikoski, 1960, C. saccata Tuomikoski, C. sphenoptera Tuomikoski, 1960, C. tetrachaeta Tuomikoski, 1960, and Bradysia pachycerca Frey, 1948.



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