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Wing pattern variation in the Patagonian biting midge, Forcipomyia (Forcipomyia) multipicta Ingram & Macfe (Diptera, Ceratopogonidae) Patrón de variación alar en la mosquita patagónica Forcipomyia (Forcipomyia) multipicta Ingram & Macfie (Diptera, Ceratopogonidae)  [cached]
Gustavo R. Spinelli,Pablo I. Marino,Melina Mauad
Revista de la Sociedad Entomol?3gica Argentina , 2012,
Abstract: Examination of the type-series and non-type specimens of the Patagonian biting midge, Forcipomyia (Forcipomyia) multipicta Ingram & Macfie (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae), revealed considerable variation in wing patterns of both sexes. One pattern includes several distinct light spot areas, whereas another pattern (e.g, in the holotype) only features marginal light spots in cell r3, while other light spots are barely perceptible or absent. The cause(s) of the differential lack of dark macrotrichia in certain areas of the wing membrane in specimens of some series could not be attributed either to their age, sex, or method of preservation. El estudio de la serie-tipo y de ejemplares no típicos de la mosquita patagónica, Forcipomyia (Forcipomyia) multipicta Ingram & Macfie, reveló una variación considerable en el dise o alar de ambos sexos. Uno de los patrones incluye varias áreas claras distintivas, mientras que el otro dise o (e.g., en el holotipo) solo muestra áreas claras marginales en la celda r3, y algunas que son poco perceptibles o están ausentes. La(s) causa(s) de la pérdida diferencial de macrotriquias, en ciertas áreas de la membrana alar en ejemplares de diferentes series, no puede ser atribuida al sexo, edad de los ejemplares o método de preservación.
New records of biting midges from Argentina and Chile (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae)
Spinelli,Gustavo R.; Marino,Pablo I.; Gaddi,Ana L.;
Revista de la Sociedad Entomol?3gica Argentina , 2010,
Abstract: new records are provided for 22 species of biting midges (diptera: ceratopogonidae) from argentina and chile, 12 belonging to forcipomyia meigen, two to atrichopogon kieffer and culicoides latreille, and one to leptoconops skuse, dasyhelea kieffer, paradasyhelea macfie, alluaudomyia kieffer, macrurohelea ingram & macfie and palpomyia meigen. forcipomyia (f.) harpegonata wirth & soria, f. (f.) pictoni macfie, f. (f.) sexvittata wirth, f. (lepidohelea) annulatipes macfie, f. (l.) kuanoskeles macfie, f. (phytohelea) jocosa saunders and f. (thyridomyia) nana (macfie) are firstly recorded from argentina, and leptoconops ricardoi ronderos & spinelli, atrichopogon endemicus spinelli & marino, culicoides chacoensis spinelli & wirth, paradasyhelea brevipalpis (ingram & macfie) and alluaudomyia schnacki spinelli are firstly recorded from chile. forcipomyia calchaqui spinelli & marino is removed from the subgenus thyridomyia saunders and assigned to the subgenus synthyridomyia saunders.
New records of biting midges from Argentina and Chile (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) Nuevos registros de Ceratopogonidae (Diptera) para Argentina y Chile  [cached]
Gustavo R. Spinelli,Pablo I. Marino,Ana L. Gaddi
Revista de la Sociedad Entomol?3gica Argentina , 2010,
Abstract: New records are provided for 22 species of biting midges (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) from Argentina and Chile, 12 belonging to Forcipomyia Meigen, two to Atrichopogon Kieffer and Culicoides Latreille, and one to Leptoconops Skuse, Dasyhelea Kieffer, Paradasyhelea Macfie, Alluaudomyia Kieffer, Macrurohelea Ingram & Macfie and Palpomyia Meigen. Forcipomyia (F.) harpegonata Wirth & Soria, F. (F.) pictoni Macfie, F. (F.) sexvittata Wirth, F. (Lepidohelea) annulatipes Macfie, F. (L.) kuanoskeles Macfie, F. (Phytohelea) jocosa Saunders and F. (Thyridomyia) nana (Macfie) are firstly recorded from Argentina, and Leptoconops ricardoi Ronderos & Spinelli, Atrichopogon endemicus Spinelli & Marino, Culicoides chacoensis Spinelli & Wirth, Paradasyhelea brevipalpis (Ingram & Macfie) and Alluaudomyia schnacki Spinelli are firstly recorded from Chile. Forcipomyia calchaqui Spinelli & Marino is removed from the subgenus Thyridomyia Saunders and assigned to the subgenus Synthyridomyia Saunders. Se brindan nuevas citas de 22 especies de Ceratopogonidae para Argentina y Chile, de las cuales 12 pertenecen a Forcipomyia Meigen, dos a Atrichopogon Kieffer y Culicoides Latreille, y una a Leptoconops Skuse, Dasyhelea Kieffer, Paradasyhelea Macfie, Alluaudomyia Kieffer, Macrurohelea Ingram & Macfie y Palpomyia Meigen. Forcipomyia (F.) harpegonata Wirth & Soria, F. (F.) pictoni Macfie, F. (F.) sexvittata Wirth, F. (Lepidohelea) annulatipes Macfie, F. (L.) kuanoskeles Macfie, F. (Phytohelea) jocosa Saunders y F. (Thyridomyia) nana (Macfie) son registradas por primera vez para Argentina, mientras que Leptoconops ricardoi Ronderos & Spinelli, Atrichopogon endemicus Spinelli & Marino, Culicoides chacoensis Spinelli & Wirth, Paradasyhelea brevipalpis (Ingram & Macfie) y Alluaudomyia schnacki Spinelli lo son para Chile. Se excluye Forcipomyia calchaqui Spinelli & Marino del subgénero Thyridomyia Saunders y se la asigna a Synthyridomyia Saunders.
Description of Culicoides (Mataemyia) felippebauerae sp. n., Forcipomyia musae immatures, and occurrence of F. genualis, breeding in banana stems in Brazilian Amazonia (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae)
Spinelli, Gustavo R;Ronderos, María M;Marino, Pablo I;Carrasco, Daiane Silveira;Ferreira, Ruth L Menezes;
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0074-02762007005000083
Abstract: the following three species of ceratopogonidae were collected breeding in the rhizomatous herb phenakospermum guyannense endl., 1833 in the vicinity of manaus, brazil, a new species, culicoides (mataemyia) felippebauerae spinelli, forcipomyia (forcipomyia) genualis (loew), and f. (phytohelea) musae clastrier & dellécole. c. (m.) felippebauerae is described and illustrated as adult, pupa, and fourth instar larva, the adult compared with the adult of c. barthi taveres and souza and larva and pupa with those of c. dicrourus wirth & blanton and c. macieli tavares & ruiz, the only species with known immatures in the subgenus. the pupa and fourth instar larva of f. (p.) musae are described and illustrated and compared with immatures of f. (p.) edwardsi saunders.
Biting Midges of the Forcipomyia (Forcipomyia) argenteola group in southern South America, with description of a new species and a key to the Neotropical species (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae)
Marino,Pablo I; Spinelli,Gustavo R;
Revista de Biología Tropical , 2008,
Abstract: a new species of the forcipomyia (forcipomyia) argenteola group, f. (f.) donatoi, is described and illustrated from males and females collected in several localities of northern argentina and in paraguay. the new species is compared with the similar congeners f. (f.) marini and f. (f.) uramaensis, both from venezuela. the following three species: forcipomyia (f.) argenteola, f. (f.) calatheae and f. (f.) quatei are recorded for the first time from argentina, and a key is presented for the identification of the seven neotropical species of the group. rev. biol. trop. 56 (2): 789-794. epub 2008 june 30.
Estado actual del conocimiento de la familia Ceratopogonidae en la Patagonia (Diptera: Nematocera)
Spinelli,Gustavo R.; Marino,Pablo I.;
Revista de la Sociedad Entomol?3gica Argentina , 2009,
Abstract: ceratopogonidae includes small nematoceran diptera which breed in aquatic and semiaquatic habitats. until the 80′s its taxonomic knowledge in patagonia was limited to the early 30′s contribution of ingram and macfie, from material collected in 1926-27 in the area of the nahuel huapi national park and neighboring sites of chile. during the last 25 years several projects were performed, many new taxa were described or firstly recorded from the mentioned area. considering the published data, 102 especies inhabit patagonia, out of which 86 (84,31%) are endemic. this high percentage is evident in the nothofagus forests with 71 endemic species, nine are endemic from the steppe and six occur in both biomas. unpublished data is consistent with this squeme. nineteen genera are represented in patagonia, ten widely distributed, three exhibiting transantarctic distribution and six endemic of patagonia. revisions of forcipomyia, atrichopogon, borkenthelea, macrurohelea and paradasyhelea for the area are published. those of dasyhelea and palpomyia are finished and remain unpublished, stilobezzia's is almost completed, and studies on austrohelea, austrosphaeromias, physohelea and bezzia will begin soon. fifty-five undescribed species are recognized. regarding biogeographical aspects, there are available studies aimed at establishing relationships between areas recognized in squemes of the andean region.
Estado actual del conocimiento de la familia Ceratopogonidae en la Patagonia (Diptera: Nematocera) Current knowledge of the family Ceratopogonidae in Patagonia (Diptera: Nematocera)  [cached]
Gustavo R. Spinelli,Pablo I. Marino
Revista de la Sociedad Entomol?3gica Argentina , 2009,
Abstract: Ceratopogonidae incluye peque os dípteros nematoceros que crían en hábitats acuáticos o semiacuáticos. Hasta los '80, el conocimiento de su taxonomía en la Patagonia se hallaba limitado a la contribución de los comienzos de los '30 de Ingram y Macfie, sobre la base de material capturado en 1926-27, en el área del Parque Nacional Nahuel Huapi y zonas vecinas de Chile. En los últimos 25 a os, se pusieron en marcha diferentes proyectos, resultando la descripción o registro de numerosos taxones para la región. Si se contabilizan los datos publicados, 102 especies habitan en la Patagonia, de las cuales 86 (84,31%) son endémicas para la región. Este alto porcentaje es evidente en los bosques de Nothofagus, con 71 especies endémicas de este bioma, nueve lo son de la estepa y seis presentan registros en bosque y estepa. Datos aún no publicados concuerdan con este esquema. Diecinueve géneros están representados en la Patagonia, diez de ellos con amplia distribución, tres de distribución transantártica y seis son endémicos para el área. Para la misma, se hallan publicadas las revisiones de Forcipomyia, Atrichopogon, Borkenthelea, Macrurohelea y Paradasyhelea; se han finalizado y aún no publicado aquellas de Dasyhelea y Palpomyia, está muy avanzada la de Stilobezzia y se prevé comenzar con las de Austrohelea, Austrosphaeromias, Physohelea y Bezzia. Se calcula que estos datos no divulgados contienen al menos 55 especies todavía no descriptas. Con respecto a los aspectos biogeográficos se pueden destacar estudios que tienden a establecer relaciones entre las áreas reconocidas en esquemas biogeográficos propuestos para la región andina. Ceratopogonidae includes small nematoceran Diptera which breed in aquatic and semiaquatic habitats. Until the 80′s its taxonomic knowledge in Patagonia was limited to the early 30′s contribution of Ingram and Macfie, from material collected in 1926-27 in the area of the Nahuel Huapi National Park and neighboring sites of Chile. During the last 25 years several projects were performed, many new taxa were described or firstly recorded from the mentioned area. Considering the published data, 102 especies inhabit Patagonia, out of which 86 (84,31%) are endemic. This high percentage is evident in the Nothofagus forests with 71 endemic species, nine are endemic from the steppe and six occur in both biomas. Unpublished data is consistent with this squeme. Nineteen genera are represented in Patagonia, ten widely distributed, three exhibiting transantarctic distribution and six endemic of Patagonia. Revisions of Forcipomyia, Atrichopogon, Bork
Lista dos exemplares tipos de Ceratopogonidae (Diptera: Nematocera) depositados na Cole??o Entomológica do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
Felippe-Bauer, ML;Oliveira, SJ de;
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 2001, DOI: 10.1590/S0074-02762001000800014
Abstract: a list of all type specimens of the family ceratopogonidae, present in the entomological collection of instituto oswaldo cruz, rio de janeiro, rj, brazil is presented. this list includes the genera bahiahelea, culicoides, dasyhelea, downeshelea, forcipomyia, leptoconops, mallochohelea, monohelea, neobezzia, palpomyia and sphaerohelea.
Lista dos exemplares tipos de Ceratopogonidae (Diptera: Nematocera) depositados na Cole o Entomológica do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil  [cached]
Felippe-Bauer ML,Oliveira SJ de
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 2001,
Abstract: A list of all type specimens of the Family Ceratopogonidae, present in the Entomological Collection of Instituto Oswaldo Cruz, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil is presented. This list includes the genera Bahiahelea, Culicoides, Dasyhelea, Downeshelea, Forcipomyia, Leptoconops, Mallochohelea, Monohelea, Neobezzia, Palpomyia and Sphaerohelea.
The subgenus Stilobezzia (Eukraiohelea) in Argentina and Paraguay (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae)
Sinelli,Gustavo R.; Cazorla,Carla G.;
Revista de la Sociedad Entomol?3gica Argentina , 2005,
Abstract: abstract. stilobezzia (eukraiohelea) amnigena (macfie) is recorded for the first time from argentina, and stilobezzia (e.) elegantula (johannsen) from argentina and paraguay. stilobezzia subsessilis kieffer is recognized as a junior synonym of s. elegantula.
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