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Notes on Some "Rare" Eastern Nearctic Tabanidae (Diptera); State Records and Host-Parasite Relationship for Other Species
James T. Goodwin
The Florida Entomologist
Vol. 59, No. 1 (Mar., 1976), pp. 63-66
Published by: Florida Entomological Society
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3493172
Page Count: 4
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Collection records are given for some of the "rare" species of Tabanidae including Haematopota punctulata Macquart, Chrysops cincticornis nigropterus Fairchild, Chrysops fulvistigma dorsopunctus Fairchild, Neochrysops globosus Walton, Hamatabanus sexfasciatus (Stone), and Anacimas limbellatus Enderlein. New state records are noted for Chrysops hyalinus Shannon (Georgia), Tabanus aranti Hays, and Hybomitra trispila (Wiedemann) (Florida), and Haematopota rara Johnson, C. dimmocki Hine, C. fulvistigma Hine, T. aar Philip, and T. wilsoni Pechuman (Tennessee). Also reported are a parasite of the eggs of Merycomyia whitney (Johnson) and of the pupa of Leucotabanus annulatus (Say).
The Florida Entomologist © 1976 Florida Entomological Society