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Wyeomyia luteoventralis Theobald, the Type Species of the Subgenus Dendromyia Theobald


, : Wyeomyia luteoventralis Theobald, the Type Species of the Subgenus Dendromyia Theobald. Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz Rio de Janeiro 90(3): 375-385

Wyeomyia (Dendromyia) luteoventralis is redescribed from females, males, larvae and pupae collected at the type locality, in Brazil, and compared to the closely related species. At least six species - Wy. luteoventralis, Wy. ypsipola, Wy. testei, Wy. trifurcata, Wy. complosa and Wy. jocose apparently, belong to a monophyletic group, the subgenus Dendromyia. All other species previously included in Dendromyia are hereby excluded from this subgenus and retained in genus Wyeomyia without subgeneric placement.

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