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Cremifaniidae
Gordon
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Posted on 16-10-2008 08:36
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I would be very interested in knowing how to separate the two known European species, an ofcourse it would be nice to have the descriptions, just in case it is either of them.

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Well it seems there are keys to all 3 known species in both the following, if somebody can send me the relevent pages from either I would be grateful.

Papp L. 1994: A new Cremifania species from Hungary (Diptera, Chamaemyiidae). Annales historico-naturales Musei nationalis hungarici 86: 105-107.

Papp L. 1998: 3.39. Family Cremifaniidae. In Papp L. & Darvas B. (eds): Contributions to a Manual of Palaearctic Diptera. Vol. 3., Higher Brachycera. Science Herald, Budapest, pp. 409-414.

 
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Check your e-mail ;-)

Does anyone know if C. lanceolata L. Papp, 1994 is discovered outside Hungary?
 
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Dear Asilus,
Thanks for the key, and very quickly.

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