Musca latifrons

Zhang, Dong, Zhang, Ming, Wang, Chao & Pape, Thomas, 2016, Catalog of the Paramacronychiinae of China (Diptera: Sarcophagidae), Zootaxa 4208 (4), pp. 301-324: 309-311

publication ID

http://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4208.4.1

publication LSID

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persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03F187A9-FFF3-FF80-879A-3291FBCB92F8

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scientific name

Musca latifrons
status

 

latifrons 

Musca latifrons Fallén, 1817: 238  . Sweden, Skåne, Äsperöd.

Agria latifrons: Xiang et al. (1989  : 97, catalog, records); Shanghai Institute of Entomology Academia Sinica (1992: 85, checklist); Ma et al. (1998: 36, checklist); Nonnaizab (1999: 311, catalog and biology); Yao et al. (2000: 21, catalog).

Sarcophila latifrons: Verves (1982: 296, key)  ; Verves (1985: 297–299, description, figs 264–265: male head, lateral and anterior views); Verves (1986: 117–118, catalog); Fan & Pape (1996: 244, checklist); Pape (1996: 167, catalog); Zhang et al. (2015: 484, 486, new synonymy, redescription, remarks; 485, fig. 19A: male body, lateral view, B: male terminalia, lateral view, C: male head, anterior view, D: male head, anterolateral view, E: male head, lateral view, F: male abdomen, dorsal view, G –H: labels).

Sarcophila mongolica Chao & Zhang, 1988: 274  . Type locality: China, Neimenggu, Qog B. Holotype, male, in ZMCAS. References: Chao & Zhang (1988: 274 –275, description, remarks and records, fig. 2a –b: male terminalia); Yang & Sun (1991: 89, catalog); Fan (1992: 614, key, fig. 1246m –n: male terminalia); Fan & Pape (1996: 244, checklist); Pape (1996: 167, catalog); Xue & Chao (1998: 1562, fig. 3131Mp –L1: male terminalia; 1564, key and catalog); Nonnaizab (1999: 312, catalog); Tian et al. (1999: 54, checklist); Cui et al. (2007: 388, catalog); Zhang et al. (2015: 484 View Cited Treatment , new synonymy).

Chinese specimens examined. Type specimens of Sarcophila mongolica Chao & Zhang, 1988  . CHINA: Neimenggu: Holotype, male, Qog B, 29.VI.1978  ; paratypes: 3 males, Erenhot , 8.VII.1972, C.M. Chao  ; 2 males, Erenhot , 31.VII.1972, C.M. Chao (all ZMCAS)  . Other specimens. CHINA: 1 male, Xinjiang, Altay, Kalamaili , 16.VIII.2009, D. Zhang  ; 1 male, Ningxia, Lingwu , 19.VI.2012, Q. Gao & Y.R. Zhang  ; 7 males, Xinjiang, Altay, Kalamaili , 45°14’30.12”N, 89°4’28.86”E, alt. 950 m, 15.V –9.VI.2014, M. Zhang (all MBFU)GoogleMaps  .

Distribution. CHINA: Neimenggu (Erenhot, Qog B, Urad), Ningxia (Lingwu), Xinjiang (Altay, Ruoqiang, Ürümqi); Oriental and Palaearctic regions.

Remarks. The presence of S. latifrons  in the eastern Palaearctic has been debated, and Verves (1982) considered all records of this species from Mongolia to be misidentifications of S. rasnitzyni  . Zhang et al. (2015) provided unambiguous documentation for the presence of this species in China.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Diptera

Family

Anthomyiidae

Genus

Musca

Loc

Musca latifrons

Zhang, Dong, Zhang, Ming, Wang, Chao & Pape, Thomas 2016

2016
Loc

Sarcophila latifrons:

Zhang 2015: 484

2015
Loc

Agria latifrons: Xiang et al. (1989

Yao 2000: 21
Ma 1998: 36
Entomology 1992: 85
Xiang 1989: 97

1989
Loc

Sarcophila mongolica

Zhang 2015: 484
Cui 2007: 388
Tian 1999: 54
Xue 1998: 1562
Fan 1992: 614Chao 1988: 274
Chao 1988: 274

1988
Loc

Musca latifrons Fallén, 1817 : 238

Fallen 1817: 238