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Academic & Professional Books  Insects & other Invertebrates  Insects  Flies (Diptera)

Flies of the Qinghai-Xizang Plateau (Insecta: Diptera) [Chinese]

Monograph
By: Xue Wangqi(Author), Wang Mingfu(Author)
336 pages, illustrations, maps
Publisher: Science Press
Flies of the Qinghai-Xizang Plateau (Insecta: Diptera) [Chinese]
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Language: Chinese with scientific nomenclature

The fly fauna on the Tibetan Plateau has been systematically studied, and the flies' geographical distribution and evolution are discussed, 27 genera and 1 717 species of fly, and 11 genera and 856 kinds of endemic flora were analysed. Human progress is exerting an enormous influence on natural environment of the plateau, and it has become the focus of the scientific community at home and abroad and a research hotspot. In biological terms, the region's unique natural and geographical conditions gave birth to a wealth of biological resources, and it is an ideal place studies on evolution and biogeography of flora.

Summary in Chinese:
《青 藏高原蝇类》对青藏高原蝇类进行了系统研究,在蝇类地理分布和青藏高原地理演化进行了探讨,概括27个科1717种对特有属11个和特有种856种进行了 区系分析。青藏高原的自然环境与人类进步均产生着巨大的影响,已成为国内外科学界关注和研究的热点地区。在生物学方面,该地区独特的自然地理条件孕育着丰 富的生物资源,是进行物种区系演化和生物地理学等研究的理想场所

Contents

CATALOGUE
PREFACE
GENERAL
SPECIAL
Lonchopteridae
Phoridae
Pipunculidae
Syrphidae
Celyphidae
Chamaemyiidae
Drosophilidae
Megamerinidae
Psilidae
Strongylophthalmyiidae
Asteiidae
Agromyzidae
Scathophagidae
Anthomyiidae
Fanniidae
Muscidae
Calliphoridae
Sarcophagidae
Tachinidae
Gasterophilidae
Oestridae
Hypodermatida
APPENDIX
A Catalogue of Muscidae from China

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Monograph
By: Xue Wangqi(Author), Wang Mingfu(Author)
336 pages, illustrations, maps
Publisher: Science Press
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