xelaalex at cox.net
Mon Nov 25 09:28:57 CST 2013
but first, there is no "Gasteruptidae," but there is a subfamily
Gasterophilinae of the Oestridae.
Second, I know of no paper published by Roger Crosskey in ?1962 Trans Royal
Ent Soc London or ?24 april 2009.
Now for identification, the only genus that occurs in the Neotropics is
Gasterophilus Leach and the common species is nasalis Linnaeus. [common
name, house bot flies]
Sent: Monday, November 25, 2013 8:25 AM
To: entomo-l ; taxacom
Subject: [Taxacom] gasteruptiidae
good morning folks.
does any one a pdf of Classification of the Gasteruptidae by rw crosskey
1962 trans of the royal ent soc london 24 april 2009
if so would you please send it to me.
have smattering of gasteruptidae from mexico, peru, panama, chile,
argentina and rep s africa i would like to take to a genus taxa level.
Stuart M Fullerton ROF, Research Associate Arthropod
Collection (UCFC), Dept. of Biology, University of Central Florida, PO
Box 162368, Orlando, Florida, 32816-2368, USA. stuartf at knights.ucf.edu
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