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The Anthomyiidae and Muscidae of the Presidential Range in New Hampshire (Diptera)
H. C. Huckett
Journal of the New York Entomological Society
Vol. 85, No. 3 (Sep., 1977), pp. 130-142
Published by: New York Entomological Society
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25009062
Page Count: 13
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Huckett, H. C., Long Island Vegetable Research Farm, Cornell University, Riverhead, New York 11901.-A survey of the Anthomyiidae and Muscidae occurring on the upper region of the Presidential Range in New Hampshire was made during the early summer of 1954, 1955, 1956, from bases at the Lakes of the Clouds and at Madison (Maps 1 and 2). The collections of adults included 62 anthomyiid species and 1 subspecies and 117 muscid species and one subspecies out of a total of 5,667 specimens. To this has been added separately a number of specimens in the collections of Mrs. A. T. Slosson, made at the turn of the century, and that I have been able to identify. The names cited in her records as Coenosia albicornis and Aricia vagans are misapplied. I regard these specimens as belonging respectively to the species Coenosia (Limosia) compressa Stein and Lasiops albibasalis (Zetterstedt) new synonymy.
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