Isomyia Walker, 1859

Kurahashi, Hiromu & Kirk-Spriggs, Ashley H., 2006, The Calliphoridae of Namibia (Diptera: Oestroidea), Zootaxa 1322 (1), pp. 1-131 : 25

publication ID

https://doi.org/ 10.11646/zootaxa.1322.1.1

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:C54E8D07-81A3-40F0-8891-A990241AAA13

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5073148

persistent identifier

https://treatment.plazi.org/id/03FB8903-F87A-FFEA-FEBB-FD36614FFA60

treatment provided by

Felipe

scientific name

Isomyia Walker
status

 

Key to species of Isomyia Walker

1. Thorax and abdomen blackish, thorax with distinct broad longitudinal stripes.............. .................................................................................................... I. tristis (Bigot) (p. 91)

­ Thorax and abdomen metallic green to blue, thorax without distinct broad stripes ..... 2

2. Basicosta yellow............................................................................................................ 3

­ Basicosta black.............................................................................................................. 4

3. Parafacial with pale setulae on lower part, setulae relatively dense and longer than 2–3 x as long as width of 1 st flagellomere (not recorded from Namibia)............................... .................................................................................................... I. dubiosa (Villeneuve)

­ Lower part of parafacial predominantly with black setulae, setulae partly 2–3 x as long as width of 3 rd antennal segment ............................................ I. deserti (Karsch) (p. 91)

4. Katepisternum and anepimeron largely clothed in fuscous to black hairs; facial carina short, distinctly developed between antennae above tip of 1 st flagellomere; hind tibia with 0–1 av; eyes separated by less than width of ocellar triangle in ♂; frons index 0.07 in ♂ ........................................................................................ I. darwini (Curran) (p. 90)

­ Katepisternum and anepimeron largely clothed in yellowish hairs; facial carina long, more or less developed even below tip of 1 st flagellomere; hind tibia with 2–3 av; eyes separated by more than width of ocellar triangle in ♂; frons index 0.12–0.15 in ♂, 0.29 in ♀ .................................................................................... I. hauwangai sp. nov. (p. 91)

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Diptera

Family

Rhiniidae