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FAMILY DRYOMYZIDAE
Jan Willem A. van Zuijlen and Paul L.Th. Beuk Version date: 04-02-2014 17:28

Diagnosis. Medium-sized to large (5.0-18.0 mm) flies; body strongly setose to quite hairy, and yellow to brown or dark grey in colour. Head without vibrissae; postocellar setae divergent. Wings hyaline to weakly infuscated, C without breaks. Tibiae with dorsal preapical setae.

Biology. Adults are commonly found in forests in shady humid places with low vegetation, usually on putrefying matter, including carrion, decaying fungi, excrement, and flowing sap. Larvae ofN. anilis are saprophagous, developing in rotting fungi, human faeces, dead insects, molluscs, and vertebrate animals.

General references. Czerny (1930 [general, key]), Ericson & Hellqvist (2013 [key to European species, in Swedish]), Mathis & Sueyoshi (2011 [world catalogue]), Ozerov (1998 [general, key]), Soós (1984b [catalogue]), Steyskal (1987f [general, key to genera]).

References to the local fauna. Van Zuijlen (1996c).

How to quote this page: Zuijlen, J.W.A. van, & P.L.Th. Beuk, 2014. Family Dryomyzidae. In: Beuk, P.L.Th. (Ed.): Checklist of the Diptera of the Netherlands, http://www.diptera-info.nl/news.php?fam=Dryomyzidae (date accessed: 20/10/2020).

NL: 3 UK: 3 D: 3 B: 3 World: 9
 
DRYOMYZIDAE
                 
  Dryomyza Fallén, 1820 Note 1
  = Neuroctena Rondani, 1868
  anilis Fallén, 1820
  = analis Fallén, 1820: emend.
                 
  Dryope Robineua-Desvoidy, 1830 Note 1
  = Dryomyza Fallén, 1820: sensu auct.
  decrepita Zetterstedt, 1838 N; added by Van Zuijlen (1996c: 50
  flaveola (Fabricius, 1794)
 
Notes
Note 1 Usage of genus name follows Mathis & Sueyoshi (2011: 212).
 
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