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Second of a five-volume monograph on the Agromyzidae of Hungary. Not only the species hitherto found in Hungary, but also all the species which are expected to occur, are treated.
The second volume contains a short Introduction and a chapter of Material and Methods (with reference to the information in Volume 1) and the first systematic part of the subfamily Phytomyzinae with the genera Selachops Wahlberg (1 sp.), Nemorimyza Frey (1 sp.), Phytobia Lioy (9 spp.), Cerodontha Panzer with the subgenera Cerodontha s. str. (10 spp.), Butomomyza Nowakowski (11 spp.), Dizygomyza Hendel (19 spp.), Icteromyza Hendel (6 spp.), Phytagromyza Hendel (1 sp.), Poemyza Hendel (27 spp.) and Xenophytomyza Frey (4 spp.), as well as Amauromyza Hendel (17 spp.) and Aulagromyza Enderlein (21 spp.) – a total of 127 species, including 30 species, which are expected to occur. The references in this volume involve works cited in this volume only (for a more complete bibliography see Volume 1). A catalogue with occurrence data in Hungary, in the Czech Republic and in Slovakia is also given. The text is closed by a taxonomic index of the Diptera taxa and an index of the plant taxa mentioned in this volume.
Material and methods 9
Genus Selachops 15
Genus Nemorimyza 23
Genus Phytobia 29
Genus Cerodontha 57
Subgenus Cerodontha 61
Subgenus Butomomyza 88
Subgenus Dizygomyza 120
Subgenus Icteromyza 176
Subgenus Phytagromyza 194
Subgenus Poemyza 196
Subgenus Xenophytomyza 270
Genus Amauromyza 283
Genus Aulagromyza 319
Catalogue of the Phytomyzinae Species of Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia 357
Index of Diptera Taxa 377
Index of Plant Taxa 383
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