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Agromyzidae (Diptera) of Hungary, Volume 1: Agromyzinae

Flora / Fauna Identification Key
By: László Papp(Author), Miloš Černý(Author)
416 pages, 220 plates with 1319 b/w line drawings
Publisher: Pars Ltd.
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Language: English

First of a five-volume monograph on the Agromyzidae (mining flies) of Hungary. Includes species found in Hungary or likely to be found there. Vol. 1 contains: Material and methods and general chapters: Morphology of adults and larvae, Phylogenetic relationships of Agromyzidae, Classification, Life-habits, Economic importance and The history of studies on the Hungarian Agromyzidae.

The systematic section includes a key to the agromyzid genera (adults) and the species of the subfamily Agromyzinae with keys for the species of the genera Agromyza (73 spp.), Hexomyza (5 spp.), Melanagromyza (25 spp.) and Ophiomyia (52 spp.). For each of the treated species detailed diagnostic features, faunistic status, life-habits, economic importance and comments are given. All species are illustrated by 1319 high quality line drawings. Includes a catalogue of species showing occurrence in Hungary, Slovakia and the Czech Republic.

Contents

Abstract 6

GENERAL PART
Introduction 9
Material and methods 9
Abbreviations of morphological terms used in text and/or figures 10
Acknowledgements 12
Morphology of adults and developmental stages 12
Phylogenetic relationships of Agromyzidae 22
Classification 22
Life-habits 23
Economic importance 25
The history of studies on the Hungarian Agromyzidae 26

SYSTEMATIC PART
Key to genera of the Hungarian Agromyzidae 31
Genus Agromyza    37
Genus Hexomyza    169
Genus Melanagromyza    187
Genus Ophiomyia    251

Catalogue of the Agromyzinae Species of Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia 391
References 397
Index of Diptera Taxa 407
Index of Plant Taxa 413

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Flora / Fauna Identification Key
By: László Papp(Author), Miloš Černý(Author)
416 pages, 220 plates with 1319 b/w line drawings
Publisher: Pars Ltd.
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