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Brachyopa

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Brachyopa is a Holarctic genus of hoverflies[1][2][3] whose grey and brown colouration is unusual for this family and these flies can easily be overlooked amongst members of other fly families. The larvae can be found under the bark of dead branches and trees in decaying sap.

Species

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References

  1. ^ Stubbs, Alan E.; Falk, Steven J (1983). British Hoverflies: An Illustrated Identification Guide (2nd ed.). London: British Entomological and Natural History Society. pp. 253, xvpp. ISBN 1-899935-03-7.
  2. ^ Ball, S.G.; Morris, R.K.A. (2000). Provisional atlas of British hoverflies (Diptera, Syrphidae). Monks Wood, UK: Biological Record Centre. pp. 167 pages. ISBN 1-870393-54-6.
  3. ^ Veen, M.P. van (2004). Hoverflies of Northwest Europe, Identification Keys to the Syrphidae (Hardback). Utrecht: KNNV Publishing. p. 254. ISBN 90-5011-199-8.
  4. ^ a b c d e De Courcy Williams, Michael E.; Toussidou, Menia; Speight, Martin C.D. (December 2011). "Hoverflies (Diptera, Syrphidae) new to Greece from Rhodope Mountains of Thrace and eastern Macedonia including Simosyrphus scutellaris new to Europe". Dipterists Digest (Print). Second Series. Dipterists Forum. 18 (2): 181–198. ISSN 0953-7260.
  5. ^ a b c Barkalov, A.V. "Syrphidae collection of Siberian Zoological Museum". Novosibirsk, Russia: the Institute of Animal Systematics and Ecology, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Archived from the original on 20 October 2008. Retrieved 28 July 2009.
  6. ^ "Brachyopa Meigen, 1822." Encyclopedia of Life, available from http://eol.org/pages/80841/entries/33711139/overview. Retrieved 8 Jan 2012

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Brachyopa: Brief Summary

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Brachyopa is a Holarctic genus of hoverflies whose grey and brown colouration is unusual for this family and these flies can easily be overlooked amongst members of other fly families. The larvae can be found under the bark of dead branches and trees in decaying sap.

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