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FAMILY BOLITOPHILIDAE
Paul L.Th. Beuk Version date: 01-01-2002 01:00

Diagnosis. Small to medium-sized (4.0-7.0 mm) fungus gnats. Head and eyes small; antennae occasionally with long hairs, mouthparts not elongated. Thorax hump-backed, small; wings with or without distinct stigma, marking on cross vein r-m present or absent; subcosta ending in costa, media connected with cubital vein by cross-vein well basal of cross-vein r-m, radial sector with three branches; legs sometimes with swollen segments in the female fore tarsus. Abdomen long and narrow.

Biology. Larvae of all species that were reared have been found in soft fruiting bodies of fungi.

General references. Hutson et al. (1980 [keys]), Plassmann (1988 [catalogue]), Vockeroth (1981 [general]).

References to the local fauna. Beuk ( 1996f), Beuk et al. (1995), Plassmann (1988), Mol (1984).

How to quote this page: Beuk, P.L.Th., 2001. Family Bolitophilidae. In: Beuk, P.L.Th. (Ed.): Checklist of the Diptera of the Netherlands, https://diptera-info.nl/news.php?fam=Bolitophilidae (date accessed: 22/04/2024).

NL: 8 B: 10 D: 8 UK: 16 World: 55
 
BOLITOPHILIDAE
                 
  Bolitophila Meigen, 1818 Note 1
  = Bolitophilella Landrock, 1925
  subg. Bolitophila Meigen, 1818
  cinerea Meigen, 1818
  saundersi (Curtis, 1836)
  spinigera Edwards, 1925 added by Plassmann (1988: 194 Note 2
  subg. Cliopisa Enderlein, 1936
  glabrata Loew, 1869
  hybrida (Meigen, 1804)
  = fusca Meigen, 1818
  maculipennis Walker, 1836 added by Plassmann (1988: 196 Note 3
  pseudohybrida Landrock, 1912
  rossica Landrock, 1912
 
Notes
Note 1 The subdivision in subgenera is probably artificial and based on a convenient character in wing venation without other accompanying morphological characters (see Hutson et al., 1980: 26). For the moment the subdivision is maintained in agreement with other recent catalogues.
Note 2 The source of the record by Plassmann (1988: 194) is not clear. Possibly he included the species because he considered the Dutch records of saundersi to be misidentifications sensu Edwards, 1913. This will need to be verified.
Note 3 The source of the record by Plassmann (1988: 196) is not clear.















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