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Studies on the species of Fanniinae (Diptera: Muscidae) from Japan. I. One new and three newly recorded species of the genus Fannia


, : Studies on the species of Fanniinae (Diptera: Muscidae) from Japan. I. One new and three newly recorded species of the genus Fannia. Japanese Journal of Sanitary Zoology 25(2): 119-123

Fannia aerea (Zett.), F. metallipennis (Zett.) and F. spathiophora Mall., which are Holarctic species, are recorded for the first time from Japan, where males have been found in Honshu in summer at altitudes of about 2000 m. F. japonica sp. n. is described from males collected in various parts of Japan.

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