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FAMILY ANTHOMYZIDAE
Jan Willem A. van Zuijlen and Jindřich Roháček Version date: 24-09-2015 17:46

Diagnosis. Small (1.3-4.5 mm), very slender flies, yellow to black, sometimes with dark stripes or spots, shiny to distinctly microtomentose. Wings usually long and narrow, sometimes abbreviated and with reduced venation; C with subcostal break; wing membrane usually hyaline, but in some species with dark markings. Legs relatively short and slender, tibiae without dorsal preapical setae.

Biology. Adults are associated with damp habitats, both open and wooded ones. The larvae are probably predominantly phytosaprophagous. Some are known to develop in dead plants or as inquilines in galls. More rarely larvae have been recorded as miners of dicotyledones, and only one species, Fungomyza albimana (Meigen), has been reared from fungi.

General references. Andersson (1976 [Anthomyza gracilis group], 1984a [Anthomyza pallida group], 1984b [catalogue]), Roháček (1984 [Anthomyza gracilis group, key], 1992 [Typhamyza ], 1996 [Stiphrosoma , key], 1998b [general, key], 1999 [Fungomyza, Paranthomyza, keys], 2006 [monograph], 2009 [updates to monograph]), Roháček & Freidberg (1993 [Anagnota , key]), Vockeroth (1987b [general, key to genera, Nearctic, outdated]).

References to the local fauna. Andersson (1976), Roháček (1999, 2013), Van Zuijlen (1996a).

How to quote this page: Zuijlen, J.W.A. van, & J. Roháček, 2015. Family Anthomyzidae. In: Beuk, P.L.Th. (Ed.): Checklist of the Diptera of the Netherlands, https://diptera-info.nl/news.php?fam=Anthomyzidae (date accessed: 27/01/2022).

NL: 11 UK: 2 D: 11 B: 20 World: 53
 
ANTHOMYZIDAE
                 
  Anagnota Becker, 1902
  bicolor (Meigen, 1838)
                 
  Anthomyza Fallén, 1810
  = Leptomyza Macquart, 1835
  anderssoni Roháček, 1984 N; added by Roháček (2013: 28) 
  collini Andersson, 1976 N; added by Andersson (1976: 49 Note 1
  = gracilis Fallén, 1823: misident. sensu auct.
  gracilis Fallén, 1823 Note 2
  = sordidella (Zetterstedt, 1848)
  neglecta Collin, 1944 N; added by Van Zuijlen (1996a: 40 Note 3
  = pallida (Zetterstedt, 1838): misident. sensu auct.
                 
  Fungomyza Roháček, 1999
  albimana (Meigen, 1830)
                 
  Paranthomyza Czerny, 1902
  nitida (Meigen, 1838)
                 
  Stiphrosoma Czerny, 1928
  cingulatum (Haliday, 1855)
  laetum (Meigen, 1830) N; will be formally added by Van Zuijlen & Roháček (in prep.) 
  sabulosum (Haliday, 1837)
                 
  Typhamyza Roháček, 1992
  bifasciata (Wood, 1911)
 
Notes
Note 1 Published for the Dutch fauna by reference of Andersson (1976: 49) to A. gracilis Fallén sensu de Meijere. Re-examination of published Dutch material revealed that all specimens recorded as A. gracilis are conspecific with A. collini.
Note 2 Re-examination of published Dutch material revealed that all specimens recorded as sordidella are conspecific with A. gracilis.
Note 3 Re-examination of published Dutch material revealed that all specimens recorded as pallida are conspecific with A. neglecta. This correction was overlooked by Roháček (2006, 2009), who apparently based his record on De Meijere (1939b).
 
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