Lipoleucopis pulchra Raspi, 2008,

Ebejer, M. J., 2017, A conspectus of the silver-flies (Diptera: Chamaemyiidae) of the Middle East with descriptions of new species of Chamaemyia Meigen and Melanochthiphila Frey, from the Arabian Peninsula, Zootaxa 4319 (3), pp. 461-482: 479

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4319.3.3

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:4F8Ba876-F09D-4168-B66B-Fa211459686B

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/0387DE63-FF80-FFB0-79C5-4461FC79FBF8

treatment provided by

Plazi

scientific name

Lipoleucopis pulchra Raspi, 2008
status

 

Lipoleucopis pulchra Raspi, 2008 

1♂, UAE, N of Ajman, 15–16.iii.2009, water trap, C. Schmid-Egger ( NMWC). Described from the UAE, this is only the third specimen known of this species. I recently recorded it from Morocco ( Ebejer 2016).

Distribution. UAE and Morocco.

Chamaemyia grisea  sp. n. Saudi Arabia—this paper

Chamaemyia aurilinea  sp. n. Saudi Arabia—this paper

Yemen—this paper

Chamaemyia xanthopoda  sp. n. Saudi Arabia—this paper

Chamaemyia juncorum (Fallén, 1823) Israel—Raspi & Ebejer 2008 Jordan—Raspi & Ebejer 2008  Chamaemyia polystigma (Meigen, 1830) Iran—Tanasijtshuk 1984 

Israel—Beschovski & Merz 1998 Chamaemyia subjuncorum Tanasijtshuk, 1970 Israel—Tanasijtshuk 1984 

Chamaemyia sylvatica Collin, 1966 Beschovski & Merz 1998 

Melanochthiphila arabica  sp. n. Saudi Arabia—this paper

NMWC

National Museum of Wales

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Diptera

Family

Chamaemyiidae

Genus

Lipoleucopis

Loc

Lipoleucopis pulchra Raspi, 2008

Ebejer, M. J. 2017
2017
Loc

Chamaemyia juncorum (Fallén, 1823) Israel—Raspi & Ebejer 2008 Jordan—Raspi & Ebejer 2008

(Fallen, 1823) Israel-Raspi & Ebejer 2008 Jordan-Raspi & Ebejer 2008
2008
Loc

Chamaemyia sylvatica

Collin, 1966 Beschovski & Merz 1998
1998
Loc

Chamaemyia polystigma (Meigen, 1830) Iran—Tanasijtshuk 1984

(Meigen, 1830) Iran-Tanasijtshuk 1984
1984
Loc

Chamaemyia subjuncorum Tanasijtshuk, 1970 Israel—Tanasijtshuk 1984

Tanasijtshuk, 1970 Israel-Tanasijtshuk 1984
1984