Catalog of fossil Diptera of the world (Version 2.0) - Neal L. Evenhuis

Homepage / Checklist of families

 

FOSSIL DIPTERA LITERATURE CITED

 

            The following bibliography gives full references to almost 2, 000 works cited in the catalog (excluding the Localities and Ages chapter, which has its own bibliography). It is a completely revised and re-studied list of references incorporating corrections to references in the 1994 original references plus adding new information on dating to them and adding over 800 new references found since then. A concerted effort was made to examine as many of the cited references as possible in order to ensure accurate citation of authorship, date, title, and pagination.

            References are cited chronologically for multiple articles with the same authorship. In cases where more than one article was published by an author(s) in a particular year, a suffix letter supersedes the year (letters listed alphabetically according to publication chronology).

            Authors’ names: Names of authors are cited in the bibliography the same as they are in the text for proper association of literature citations with entries in the catalog. See under Format for protocol in orthography of names of authors.

            Dates of publication: Dating of these works was obtained through various methods in order to obtain as accurate a date of publication as possible for purposes of priority in nomenclature. Dates found in the original work or by outside evidence are placed in square brackets after the literature citation. Those dates marked with a single asterisk (*) are dated from library receipts at the Natural History Museum, London; those marked by two asterisks (**) are dated from library receipts at the National Museum of Natural History, Washington, D.C.; those marked with three asterisks (***) are dated from library receipts at the Bishop Museum, Honolulu. Dating from outside evidence (reviews in other journals, evidence through published research, etc.) are given with annotations in square brackets after the publication date. Where no accurate date of publication other than the year could be obtained, the date “31 December+” is given to distinguish it from published dates of 31 December. Where only a month could be found, the last day of that month should be used as the minimum date of publication.

            Titles: Titles of articles in journals and books is given in full including secondary titles. Titles are given as on the title page of the original work (in cases where titles on wrappers, covers, and tables of contents may vary somewhat). Titles are standardized to lowercase except for proper nouns and in cases where languages require capitalization. Where possible, titles non-romanized alphabets (e.g., Cyrillic, Kanji, or Hanzi) have either been translated into English or transliterated and placed in square brackets [ ]. Where no specific title was given for a work (such as notes presented at meetings), a title derived as close as possible to the note presented is provided in square brackets.

            Journals: Journals are listed in full. Additional information, such as series number or name, is given in parentheses but not italicized. Volume numbers are given in Arabic numbers in boldface, irrespective of whether or not Roman numerals were used in the work cited. In cases where there is no volume number, but the volume pertains to a particular year, that year is used as the volume number (even though the actual date of publication may differ). Citation of plate and/or figure numbers is omitted in the citation except in cases when necessary for nomenclatural reasons within the catalog. Pagination is given for the entire article except in those cases where the article has been published at different times due to separate issues.

            Books: Single-volume books are cited with title (italicized), publisher (if known), place(s) of publication, and pagination (Roman and Arabic as appropriate). Multi-volume works are listed separately by volume with full reference as for single-volume books. Continuously paginated multi-volume works are listed singly for as many parts (or volumes) as were published in a single year (only if separate issue dates are not known). Unpaginated portions of a book are placed within square brackets.

            Annotations: Annotations are given to clarify authors’ spellings, explanations of dating, title variations, duplicate versions, translations, separate editions, and various other reasons.

 

 

 

Aczél, M.L. 1948. Grundlagen einer Monographie der Dorilaiden (Diptera). Dorilaiden-Studien VI. Acta Zoologica Lilloana 6: 5–168. [29 December]

Agassiz, L. 1846. Nomenclatoris zoologici index universalis, continens nomina systematica classium, ordinum, familiarum et generum animalium omnium, tam viventium quam fossilium, secundum ordinem alphabeticum unicum disposita, adjectis homonymiis plantarum, nec non variis adnotationibus et emendationibus. [= Fasc. XII]. Jent & Gassmann, Soloduri [= Solothurn, Switzerland]. viii + 393 pp. [29 December]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Ain Malak, M., Salamé, Y. & Azar, D. 2013. New phlebotomine flies from Burmese amber (Diptera: Psychodidae: Phlebotominae). Terrestrial Arthropod Reviews 6: 81–101. [after 1 April]

[Date of acceptance of final version.]

Aldrich, J.M. 1905. A catalogue of North American Diptera (or two-winged flies). Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections 46(2), 680 pp. [before 25 May]

[Date recorded in Bibliogr. Zool.]

Aldrich, J.M. 1923. New genera of two-winged flies of the subfamily Leptogasterinae of the family Asilidae. Proceedings of the United States National Museum 62 (20), 6 pp. [13 February]

Alexander, C.P. 1911. Notes on two Tipulidae (Diptera). Entomological News 22: 349–354. [6 October]

Alexander, C.P. 1916. New or little-known crane-flies from the United States and Canada: Tipulidae, Ptychopteridae, Diptera. Part 3. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia 68: 486–549. [21 November]

Alexander, C.P. 1919. The crane-flies of New York. Part I. Distribution and taxonomy of the adult flies. Memoirs of the Cornell University Agricultural Experimental Station 25: 767–993. [June]

Alexander, C.P. 1920a. The crane-flies of New York. Part II. Biology and phylogeny. Memoirs of the Cornell University Agricultural Experimental Station 38: 691–1193. [June]

Alexander, C.P. 1920b. New or little-known craneflies in the Queensland Museum (Tipulidae, Diptera). Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 7: 52–63. [30 June]

Alexander, C.P. 1920c. The crane-flies collected by the Swedish expedition (1895–1896) to southern Chile and Tierra del Fuego (Tipulidae, Diptera). Arkiv för Zoologi 13(6), 32 pp. [4 August]

Alexander, C.P. 1927. Records and descriptions of Neotropical crane-flies (Tipulidae, Diptera), III. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 35: 265–278. [September]

Alexander, C.P. 1928. Diptera. Fam. Tipulidae. Subfam. Cylindrotominae. Genera Insectorum 187[1927]: 1–16. [15 March]

[See Evenhuis (1994a) for details on the dating of this and other fascicles in this series.]

Alexander, C.P. 1931. Crane-flies of the Baltic amber (Diptera). Bernstein-Forschung 2: 1–135. [25 November**]

Alexander, C.P. 1938. Family Tipulidae, pp. 110–114. In: Carpenter, F.M., T.E. Snyder, C.P. Alexander, M.T. James & F.M. Hull, Fossil insects from the Creede formation, Colorado. Part 1. Introduction, Neuroptera, Isoptera and Diptera. Psyche 45: 105–119. [September]

Alexander, C.P. 1947. Notes on the tropical American species of Tipulidae (Diptera). II. The primitive Eriopterini: Sigmatomera, Trentepohlia, Gnophomyia, Neognophomyia, Gonomyia and allies. Revista de Entomologia 18: 65–100. [26 August]

Alexander, C.P. 1956a. Tipulidae, pp. 129–380. In: Ruwenzori Expedition 1934–35. Vol. I. No. 7. British Museum (Natural History), London. [July]

Alexander, C.P. 1956b. The crane-flies of South Africa in the Natal Museum (Diptera: Tipulidae). Annals of the Natal Museum 13: 395–433. [30 August]

Alexander, C.P. 1965. Family Tipulidae, pp. 16–90. In: Stone, A., C.W. Sabrosky, W.W. Wirth, R.H. Foote & J.R. Coulson, A catalog of the Diptera of America north of Mexico. United States Department of Agriculture, Agriculture Handbook 287, iv + 1696 pp. [23 August]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2008b).]

Alexander, C.P. 1967. Notes on the tropical American species of Tipulidae (Diptera). VII. The tribe Limoniini, genus Limonia, concluded: Helius, Orimarga, and others; tribe Pediciini; subfamily Cylindrotominae. Studia Entomologica 10: 277–352. [December]

Alexander, C.P. 1972. Diptera, Tipulidae. Insects of Micronesia 12: 733–863. [25 December]

Amorim, D.S. 1998. Amber fossil Scatopsidae (Diptera: Psychodomorpha). I. considerations on described taxa, Procolobostema roseni, new species, from Dominican amber, and the position of Procolobostema in the family. American Museum Novitates 3227, 1–17. [6 April]

Amorim, D.S. & Grimaldi, D.A. 2006. Valeseguyidae, a new family of Diptera in the Scatopsoidea, with a new genus in Cretaceous amber from Myanmar. Systematic Entomology 31(3): 508–516. [July]

Andersen, F.S. 1939. Spätglaciale Chironomiden. Meddelelser fra Dansk Geologisk Forening 9: 320–326. [19 January]

Andersen, F.S. 1943. Dryadotanytarsus edentulus n.g. et sp. (Dipt. Chiron.) from late glacial period in Denmark. Entomologisk Meddelelser 23: 174–178. 21 February]

Annandale, N. 1910. A new genus of psychodid Diptera from Himalaya and Travancore. Records of the Indian Museum 5: 141–144. [September]

Andrade Filho, J.D., Brazil, R.P., Falcão, A.L. & Galati, E.A.B. 2007. Description of Pintomyia (Pifanomyia) paleotrichia, a Miocene period new species from the Dominican Republic (Diptera: Psychodidae: Phlebotominae). Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 102(8): 901–903. [31 December+]

Andrade Filho, J.D., Falcão, A.L. & Brazil, R.P. 2004. A new phlebotomine fossil species Trichopygomyia killickorum sp. n. (Diptera: Psychodidae) found in the Dominican Republic amber. Parasite 11(1): 71–73. [March]

Andrade Filho, J.D., Falcão, A.L., Galati, E.A.B. & Brazil, R.P. 2006a. Pintomyia (Pifanomyia) paleotownsendi, a new sand fly from the Miocene amber of Dominican Republic (Diptera: Psychodidae: Phlebotominae). Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 101(Supplement II): 57–58. [December]

Andrade Filho, J.D., Galati, E.A.B. & Brazil, R.P. 2009a. Review of American fossil Phlebotominae (Diptera: Psychodidae) with a description of two new species. Journal of Medical Entomology 46(5): 969–979. [September]

Andrade Filho, J.D., Galati, E.A.B. & Falção, A.L. 2006b. Description of Pintomyia (Pifanomyia) brazilorum sp. nov. a new fossil species from the Dominican Republic (Diptera: Psychodidae: Phlebotominae). Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 101(Supplment II): 141–142. [December]

Andrade Filho, J.D., Galati, E.A.B., Falção, A.L. & Brazil, R.P. 2008. Description of Micropygomyia brandaoi sp. n. (Diptera: Psychodidae), a fossil phlebotomine from the Dominican Republic. Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 103(4): 344–346. [June]

Andrade Filho, J.D., Serra e Meira, P.C.L., Sanguinette, C.C. & Brazil, R.P. 2009b. Description of a new species, Pintomyia dissimilis nov. sp., a phlebotomine fossil from Dominican Republic amber (Diptera: Psychodidae: Phlebotominae). Parasites & Vectors 2(25): 1–4. [14 May]

[Unavailable; electronic publication before 2013]

Ansorge, J. 1992. Dixa cimbrica n. sp., ein Vertreter der Dixidae (Diptera, Nematocera) aus der oberpaleozänen/untereozänen Fur-Formation (Moler Jütlands (Dänemark). Neues Jahrbuch fur Geologie und Palaontologie Monatshefte 1992: 513–518. [September]

Ansorge, J. 1994. Tanyderidae and Psychodidae (Insecta: Diptera) from the Lower Jurassic of northeastern Germany. Paläontologische Zeitschrift 68(1/2): 199–210. [March]

Ansorge, J. 1996a. The Upper Liassic insects of Grimmen (Pomerania, north Germany). [Insekten aus dem oberen Lias von Grimmen (Vorpommern, Norddeutschland)] Neue Paläontologische Abhandlungen 2: 1–132. [15 October]

Ansorge, J. 1996b. Eatonisca tertiaria Meunier, 1905 (Diptera, Psychodidae) aus dem Sächsischen Bernstein. Studia Dipterologica 3(2): 195–199. [21 December]

Ansorge, J. 1999. Aenne liasina gen. et sp. n. - the most primitive non biting midge (Diptera: Chironomidae: Aenneinae subfam. n.) - from the Lower Jurassic of Germany. Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 68(4): 431–443. [20 December]

Ansorge, J. 2001. Lower Jurassic Hennigmatidae (Diptera) from Germany. Studia Dipterologica 8(1): 97–102. [15 August]

Ansorge, J. 2003. Insects from the Lower Toarcian of Middle Europe and England. Acta Zoologica Cracoviensia 46(Supplement): 291–310. [15 October]

Ansorge, J. & Krzemiński, W. 1994. Oligophrynidae, a Lower Jurassic dipteran family (Diptera, Brachycera). Acta Zoologica Cracoviensia 37(2): 115–119. [30 December]

Ansorge, J. & Krzemiński, W. 1995. Revision of Mesorhyphus Handlirsch, Eoplecia Handlirsch and Heterorhyphus Bode (Diptera: Anisopodomorpha, Bibionomorpha) from the Upper Liassic of Germany. Paläontologische Zeitschrift 69(1/2): 167–172. [March]

Ansorge, J. & Krzemiński, W. 2002. Lower Jurassic tanyderids (Diptera: Tanyderidae) from Germany. Studia Dipterologica 9(1): 21–29. [25 September]

Archibald, S.B., Kehlmaier, C. & Mathewes, R.W. 2013. Early Eocene big-headed flies (Diptera: Pipunculidae) from the Okanagan Highlands, western North America. The Canadian Entomologist [doi:10.4039/tce.2013.79]: 1–15. [31 December]

[Electronic version and pagination].

Arillo, A. & Mostovski, M.B. 1999. A new genus of Prioriphorinae (Diptera, Phoridae) from the Lower Cretaceous amber of Alava (Spain). Studia Dipterologica 6(2): 251–255. [29 December]

Arillo, A. & Nel, A. 2000. Two new fossil cecidomyiid flies from the Lower Cretaceous amber of Alava (Spain) (Diptera, Cecidomyiidae). Bulletin de la Société Entomologique de France 105(3): 285–288. [August]

Arillo, A., Peñalver, E. & Martínez-Delclos, X. 2008. Microphorites (Diptera: Dolichopodidae) from the Lower Cretaceous amber of San Just (Spain), and the co-occurrence of two ceratopogonid species in Spanish amber deposits. Zootaxa 1920: 29–40. [31 October]

Arillo, A., Peñalver, E. & Garcia-Gimeno, V. 2009. First fossil Litoleptis (Diptera: Spaniidae) from the Lower Cretaceous amber of San Just (Teruel Province, Spain). Zootaxa 2026: 33–39. [4 March]

Armbruster, L. 1938. Versteinerte Honigbiene aus dem obermiocänen Randecker Maar. Archiv für Bienenkunde 19: 97–133. [31 December+]

Arnaud, P.H., Jr. 1966a. New names for Chironomus sepultus Meunier, 1912 and C. sepultus Melander, 1949 (non Chironomus sepultus Heer, 1849) (Diptera: Chironomidae). Pan-Pacific Entomologist 42(2): 161–162. [April]

Arnaud, P.H., Jr. 1966b. Date of publication of Genera Insectorum, fascicle 185, family Empididae by Axel Leonard Melander. Pan-Pacific Entomologist 42: 337–338. [30 November]

Arnaud, P.H., Jr. 1994. Tipula efembrowni, a new name for Tipula decorata Brown, 1985 (Diptera: Tipulidae). Myia 5: 203–205. [29 July]

Arnett, R.H., Jr., Samuelson, G.A. & Nishida, G.M. 1993. The insect and spider collections of the world. Flora & Fauna Handbook No. 11. Sandhill Crane Press, Gainesville, Florida. vi + 310 pp. [August]

Ash, S.R. & Hasiotis, S.T. 1983. New ocurrences of the controversial Late Triassic plant fossil Sanmiguelia Brown and asociaed ichnofossils in the Chinle Formation of Arizona and Utah, USA. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläntologie, Abhandlungen 1: 65–82. [April]

Ashe, P. 1983. A catalogue of chironomid genera and subgenera of the world including synonyms (Diptera: Chironomidae). Entomologica Scandinavica Supplement 17: 3–68. [2 December]

Ashe, P. & Cranston, P.S. 1990. Chironomidae, pp. 113–355. In: Soós, Á. & L. Papp, eds., Catalogue of Palaearctic Diptera. Volume 2. Psychodidae—Chironomidae. Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest. 499 pp. [30 November]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2008b).]

Ashworth, A.C. & Thompson, F.C. 2003. A fly in the biogeographic ointment. Nature, 423, 135–136. [8 May]

Audouin, J.V., E. Blanchard, L. Doyère & H. Milne Edwards. [1836–1849]. Les insectes. Avec un atlas. Orthoptères, hémiptères, névroptères, hyménoptères, lépidoptères, rhipiptères et diptères. In: Cuvier, G.C.L.F.D., Le règne animal distribué d’après son organisation, pour servir de base à l’histoire naturelle des animaux, et d’introduction à l’anatomie comparée, par Georges Cuvier. Edition accompagnée de planches gravées, représentant les types de tous le genres, les caractères distinctifs des divers groupes et les modifications de structure sur lesquelles repose cette classification; par une réunion de disciples de Cuvier. Fortin, Masson et Cie, Libraires, Paris. [Plate 163: February 1848; pl. 172bis: April 1847]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Aymard, A. 1856. Rapport sur les collections de M. Picot-Dumazel. Congrès Scientifique de France 22: 227–252. [31 December+]

Azar, D., Adaymeh, C. & Jreich, N. 2007. Paleopsychoda zherikhini, a new Cretaceous species of moth flies from Taimyr amber (Diptera: Psychodidae: Psychodinae). African Invertebrates 48(1): 163–168. [April]

Azar, D. & Nel, A. 2002. New Cretaceous psychodid flies from Lebanese amber and Santana Formation (Chapada do Araripe, Brazil) (Diptera). Annales de la Société Entomologique de France 38(3): 253–262. [July–September]

Azar, D. & Nel, A. 2010. Two new non-biting midges from the early Cretaceous Lebanese amber (Diptera: Chironomidae). Annales de la Société Entomologique de France 46(1–2): 198–203. [30 June]

Azar, D., Nel, a. & Perkovsky, E. 2013. A new Sycorax from Eocene Ukrainian Rovno amber (Diptera: Psychodidae: Sycoracinae), pp. 27–46. In: Azar, D., Engel, M.S., Jarzembowski, E., Krogeman, L., Nel, A. & Santiago-Blay, J. (eds.), Insect evolution in an amberiferous and stone alphabet. Proceedings of the 6th International Congress on fossil Insects, Arthropods and Amber. E.J. Brill, Leiden. viii + 201 pp. [October]

Azar, D., Nel, A., Solignac, M., Paicheler, J. & Bouchet, F. 1999. New genera and species of psychodoid flies from the Lower Cretaceous amber of Lebanon. Palaeontology 42(6): 1101–1136. [December]

Azar, D., Perrichot, V., Neraudeau, D. & Nel, A. 2003. New psychodids from the Cretaceous ambers of Lebanon and France, with a discussion of Eophlebotomus connectens Cockerell, 1920 (Diptera, Psychodidae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 96(2): 117–126. [March]

Azar, D., Tahchy, A. & Perrichot, V. 2007. The oldest Sycoracinae (Diptera: Psychodidae) from the French Cretaceous amber. Alavesia 1: 5–10. [31 December+]

Azar, D., Veltz, I. & Nel, A. 2008. Mandibulate chironomids: Primitive or derived? (Diptera: Chironomidae). Systematic Entomology 33(4): 688–699. [October]

Azar, D. & Waller, A. 2010. Redescription of Eatonisca tertiaria Meunier 1905 from Baltic amber (Diptera: Psychodidae: Trichomyiinae). Annales de la Société Entomologique de France 46(1-2): 237–241. [after 13 May]

[Online publication date.]

Azar, D., Waller, A. & Nel, A. 2009. A phantom midge from Lower Cretaceous Lebanese amber (Diptera, Chaoboridae). Denisia 26: 29–34. [2 April]

Azar, D. & Ziadé, K. 2005. Xenopsychoda harbi, a new psychodoid fly from the Lower Cretaceous amber of Lebanon (Diptera: Psychodoidea). [Xenopsychoda harbi, une nouvelle mouche psychodoide dans l’ambre du Cretace inferieur du Liban (Diptera; Psychodoidea)]. Comptes Rendus Palevol 4(1–2): 25–30. [early 2005]

 

 

 

Bachmayer, F. 1961. Neue Insektenfunde aus dem österreichischen Tertiär (Brunn-Vösendorf bei Wien und Wiengraben in Burgenland). Sitzungsbericht der Österreichischen Akaddemie der Wissenschaften, Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftlichen Klasse (I) 170: 159–164. [June]

Bachmayer, F. 1974. Erster fossiler Insektenrest aus den Diatomeenschiefern (Miozän, Ottnangien) von Limberg, Niederösterreich. Sitzungsbericht der Österreichischen Akaddemie der Wissenschaften, Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftlichen Klasse (I) 183: 1–3. [March]

Bachmayer, F. & E. Schultz. 1978. Ein Bemerkenswerter Insektenrest im fossilen Harz des Glaukonitsandsteines (Eggenburgien) der Aufschlussbohrung “Herzogbirbaum I” (Niederösterreich). Annalen des Naturhistoriches Museums in Wien 81: 113–120. [February]

Bachmayer, F., N. Symeonidis & D. Theodoropoulos. 1971. Einige Insektenreste aus den jungtertiären Süsswasserablagerungen von Kumi (Insel Euboea, Griechenland). Annales Géologiques des Pays Helléniques 23: 165–174. [31 December+]

Bachofen-Echt, A. 1949. Der Bernstein und seine Einschlüsse. Springer, Wien [= Vienna]. 204 pp. [31 December+]

Barraclough, D.A. 1992. Afrocamilla stuckenbergi, a new African genus and species of Camillidae (Diptera), with comments on its behaviour and biology. Annals of the Natal Museum 33: 37–49. [October]

Barthel, M. & H. Hetzer. 1982. Bernstein-Inklusen aus dem Miozän des Bitterfelder Raumes. Zeitschrift für Angewandte Geologie 28: 314–336. [31 December+]

Back, E.A. 1909. The robber-flies of America north of Mexico, belonging to the subfamilies Leptogastrinae and Dasypogoninae. Transactions of the American Entomological Society 35: 137–400. [April]

Baranov, V. & Perkovky, E.E. 2013. New chironomids from Eocene Sakhalinian amber (Diptera; Chironomidae; Orthocladiinae). Terrestrial Arthropod Reviews 6(1-2): 61–69. [March]

Baxter, J.E. & Poinar, G.O., Jr. 1994. A new genus and new species of fungus gnats (Diptera: Mycetophilidae) from Dominican amber. Annales de la Société Entomologique de France (n.s.) 30(1): 93–102. [11 April]

Bechev, D. & Chandler, P. 2011. Catalogue of the Bolitophilidae and Diadocidiidae of the world (Insecta: Diptera). Zootaxa 2741: 38–58. [17 January]

Becker, T. 1889a. Altes und Neues aus der Schweiz. Wiener Entomologische Zeitung 8: 73–84. [28 February]

Becker, T. 1889b. Berichtigung. Wiener Entomologische Zeitung 8: 285. [5 October]

Becker, T. 1913. Genera Bombyliidarum. Ezhegodnik Zoologicheskago Muzeya Imperatorskoi Akademiia Nauk 17: 421–502. [March]

Beier, M. 1952. Miozäne und oligozäne Insekten aus Österreich und den unmittelbar angrenzenden Gebieten. Sitzungsbericht der Österreichischen Akaddemie der Wissenschaften, Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftlichen Klasse (I) 161: 129–134. [31 December+]

Beier, M. 1955. Insektenreste aus der Hallstattzeit. Sitzungsbericht der Österreichischen Akaddemie der Wissenschaften, Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftlichen Klasse (I) 164: 747–749. [31 December+]

Bell, A. 1888. Post-glacial insects. Entomologist 21: 1–2. [January]

Bequaert, J.C. 1930. Notes on American Nemestrinidae. Psyche 37: 286–297. [20 November]

[Date received at MCZ.]

Bequaert, J.C. 1947. Catalogue of recent and fossil Nemestrinidae of North America. Psyche 54: 194–207. [20 October]

[Date received at MCZ.]

Bequaert, J.C. & Carpenter, F.M. 1936. The Nemestrinidae of the Miocene of Florissant, Colorado, and their relations to the recent fauna. Journal of Paleontology 10: 395–409. [July]

Berendt, G. 1830. Die Insekten im Bernstein. Ein Beitrag zur Thiergeschichte der Vorwelt. Erstes Heft. Nicolai, Danzig [= Gdansk]. 30 pp. [8 March]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Berendt, G. 1845. Die im Bernstein befindlichen organischen Reste der Vorwelt gesammelt in Verbindung mit mehreren bearbeitet. Erster Band. Abtheilung I. Der Bernstein und die in ihm befindlichen Pflanzenreste der Vorwelt. Nicolai, Danzig [= Gdansk]. iv + 125 + [1] pp. [April–June]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997: 83).]

Berg, C. 1899. Substitución de nombres genéricos. III. Comunicaciones del Museo Nacional de Buenos Aires 1: 77–80. [24 May]

Bergroth, E. 1891. Beitrag zur Tipuliden-Fauna der Schweiz. Mitteilungen der Naturforschenden Gesellschaft in Bern 1890: 131–138. [31 December+]

Bergroth, E. 1913. A new genus of Tipulidae from Turkestan, with notes on other forms. Annals and Magazine of Natural History (8) 11: 575–584. [1 June]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2003b).]

Bernardi, N. 1973a. Rhagionemestrius Ussatchov (Diptera, Brachycera) not a nemestrinid. Papeis Avulsos de Zoologia 27(9): 111–113. [18 September]

Bernardi, N. 1973b. The genera of the family Nemestrinidae (Diptera: Brachycera). Arquivos do Zoologia 24: 211–318. [4 December]

Bezzi, M. 1902. Neue Namen für einige Dipteren-Gattungen. Zeitschrift für Systematische Hymenopterologie und Dipterologie 2: 190–192. [1 May]

Bezzi, M. 1903. Band II. Orthorrhapha Brachycera. In: Becker, T., M. Bezzi, J. Bischof, K. Kertész & P. Stein, Katalog der paläarktischen Dipteren. Budapest. 396 pp. [1 April]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Bezzi, M. 1908. Eine neue Aphoebantus-Art aus den palaearktischen Faunengebiete (Dipt.). Zeitschrift für Systematische Hymenopterologie und Dipterologie 8: 26–36. [1 January]

Bezzi, M. 1918. Notes on Ethiopian fruit-flies of the family Trypaneidae, other than Dacus (s.l.), with descriptions of new genera and species (Dipt.).—I. Bulletin of Entomological Research 8: 215–251. [February]

Bezzi, M. 1926. South African Rhagionidae (Diptera) in the South African Museum. Annals of the South Africa Museum 23: 297–324. [February]

Bickel, D.J. 1997. A fossil Gymnopternus Loew (Diptera: Dolichopodidae) from the Florissant beds, Colorado. Psyche 102(3–4)[1995]: 169–172. [10 January]

Bickel, D.J. 2009. The first species described from Cape York amber, Australia: Chaetogonopteron bethnorrisae n. sp. (Diptera: Dolichopodidae). Denisia, 26: 35–39. [2 April]

Bigot, J.M.F. 1854. Essai d’une classification générale et synoptique de l’ordre des insectes diptères (3e mémoire). Annales de la Société Entomologique de France (3) 2: 447–482. [30 December]

Bigot, J.M.F. 1857. Essai d’une classification générale et synoptique de l’ordre des insectes diptères. (5e mémoire.). Annales de la Société Entomologique de France (3) 5: 517–564. [11 November]

Blackwelder, R.E. 1947. The dates and editions of Curtis’ British Entomology. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections 107(5), 27 pp. [12 June]

Blackwelder, R.E. 1949. Studies on the dates of books on Coleoptera, II. Coleopterist’s Bulletin 3: 42–46. [11 July]

Blagoderov, V.A. 1994. Dipterans (Mesosciophilidae) from the Lower Cretaceous of Transbaykal. Paleontological Journal 27(1A): 123–130. [January]

Blagoderov, V.A. 1995. Fungus-gnats of the tribe Sciophilini (Diptera, Mycetophilidae) from the Lower Cretaceous of Transbaikalia. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 1995(1): 55–63. [Januay–February]

[In Russian; English translation, 1995, in Paleontological Journal 29(1): 72–83. ]

Blagoderov, V.A. 1996. Revision of the dipteran family Protopleciidae (Insecta, Diptera) from the Early Jurassic Sogyuty locality, Kyrgizstan. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 1996(2): 85–90. [March–April]

[In Russian; English translation, 1997, in Paleontological Journal 31(6): 609–615.]

Blagoderov, V.A. 1997. Fungus gnats of the tribe Gnoristini (Diptera, Mycetophilidae) from the Lower Cretaceous of Transbaikalia. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 1997(6): 44–49. [November–December]

[In Russian; English translation, 1997, in Paleontological Journal 31(6): 609–615.]

Blagoderov, V.A. 1998a. Fungus gnats of the tribes Gnoristini and Leiini (Diptera, Mycetophilidae) from the early Cretaceous of Transbaikalia. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 1998(1): 58–62. [January–February]

[In Russian; English translation, 1998, in Paleontological Journal 32(1): 54–59.]

Blagoderov, V.A. 1998b. Fungus gnats (Diptera, Mycetophilidae) from the Lower Cretaceous of Mongolia. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 1998(6): 53–59. [November–December]

[In Russian; English translation, 1998, in Paleontological Journal 32(6): 598–604.]

Blagoderov, V.A. 1999. New Bibionomorpha from the Triassic of Australia and Jurassic of central Asia with notes on Paraxymyiidae Rohdendorf (Insecta, Diptera), pp. 11–15. In: P. Vrsansky (ed.), Proceedings of the First Palaeoentomological Conference, Moscow, 1998. AMBA Projects International, Bratislava. [31 December+]

Blagoderov, V.A. 2000. New fungus gnats (Diptera: Mycetophilidae) from the Cretaceous and Paleogene of Asia. Paleontological Journal 34(Supplementary Issue 3): S355–S359. [31 December+]

Blagoderov, V.A. 2007. New species of fungus gnats (Diptera: Mycetophilidae) from the Palaeocene Sakhalin amber, Russia. Alavesia 1: 27–36. [30 July]

Blagoderov, V.A. & Arillo, A. 2002. New Sciaroidea (Insecta: Diptera) in Lower Cretaceous amber from Spain. Studia Dipterologica 9(1): 31–40. [25 September]

Blagoderov, V.A. & Grimaldi, D.A. 2004. Fossil Sciaroidea (Diptera) in Cretaceous ambers, exclusive of Cecidomyiidae, Sciaridae, and Keroplatidae. American Museum Novitates 3433: 1–76. [27 February]

Blagoderov, V.A., Grimaldi, D.A. & Fraser, N.C. 2007. How time flies for flies: diverse Diptera from the Triassic of Virginia and early radiation of the order. American Museum Novitates 3572: 1–39. [16 May]

Blagoderov, V.A., Hippa, H. & Nel, A. 2010. Parisognoriste, a new genus of Lygistorrhinidae (Diptera: Sciaroidea) from the Oise amber with redescription of Palaeognoriste Meunier. ZooKeys 50(Special Issue): 79–90. [30 June]

Blagoderov, V.A., E. Krzeminska & W. Krzeminski. 1993. Fossil and recent Anisopodomorpha (Diptera, Oligoneura): family Cramptonomyiidae. Acta Zoologica Cracoviensia 35: 573–579. [29 January]

Blagoderov, V.A. & Lukashevich, E.D. 2013. New Axymyiidae (Insecta: Diptera) from the Mesozoic of East Siberia. Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 82: 257–271. [31 December]

Blagoderov, V.A. & Martinez-Delclos, X. 2001. Two new fungus gnats (Insecta, Diptera, Mycetophilidae) from the Lower Cretaceous of Spain. Geobios 34(1): 63–67. [30 June]

Blanchard, E. 1840. Histoire naturelle des insectes. Orthoptères, névroptères, hémiptères, hyménoptères, lépidoptères et diptères. In: [Laporte, F.L. de (Comte de Castlenau), ed., ] Histoire naturelle des animaux articulés. Annelidés, crustacés, arachnides, myriapodes et insectes. Tome troisième. Duméril, Paris. 672 pp. [26 December]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Blanchard, R. 1901. Observations sur quelques moustiques. Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires des Séances et Mémoires de la Société de Biologie 53: 1045–1046. [6 December]

Blanchard, R. 1905. Le moustiques. Histoire naturelle et médicale. Rudeval, Paris. 673 pp. [31 December+]

Bloch, M.E. 1776. Beitrag zur Naturgeschichte des Kopals. Beschaftigungen der Berlinischen Gesellschaft Naturforschender Freunde 2: 91–96. [31 December+]

Bode, A. 1905. Orthoptera und Neuroptera aus dem oberen Lias von Braunschweig. Jahrbuch der K. preussischen geologischen Landesanstalt 25: 218–245. [November]

[Dated from Naturae Novitates]

Bode, A. 1953. Die Insektenfauna des osterniedersächsischen Oberen Lias. Palaeontographica (A) 103: 1–375. [July]

Boesel, M.W. 1937. Order Diptera. Family Chironomidae, pp. 44–55. In: Carpenter, F.M., J.W. Folsom, E.O. Essig, A.C. Kinsey, C.T. Brues, M.W. Boesel & H.W. Ewing, Insects and arachnids from Canadian amber. University of Toronto Studies (Geology) 40: 7–62. [6 November**]

Borgmeier, T. 1968. A catalogue of the Phoridae of the world (Diptera, Phoridae). Studia Entomologica 11: 1–367. [September]

Borkent, A. 1993. A world catalogue of fossil and extant Corethrellidae and Chaoboridae (Diptera), with a listing of references to keys, bionomic information and descriptions of each known life stage. Entomologica Scandinavica 24: 1–24. [April]

Borkent, A. 1995. Biting midges in the Cretaceous amber of North America (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae). Backhuys Publishers, Leiden. 237 pp.

Borkent, A. 1996. Biting midges from Upper Cretaceous New Jersey amber (Ceratopogonidae: Diptera). American Museum Novitates 3159: 1–29. [15 February]

Borkent, A. 1997. Upper and Lower Cretaceous biting midges (Ceratopogonidae: Diptera) from Hungarian and Austrian amber and the Koonwarra fossil bed of Australia. Stuttgarter Beiträge zur Naturkunde (B) 249: 1–10. [30 September]

Borkent, A. 2000a. Biting midges (Ceratopogonidae: Diptera) from Lower Cretaceous Lebanese amber with a discussion of the diversity and patterns found in other ambers, pp. 355–451. In: Grimaldi, D. (ed.), Studies on fossils in amber, with particular reference to the Cretaceous of New Jersey. Backhuys Publishers, Leiden. 498 pp. [before 17 October]

[Cited in Agosti, D. 2000., Ants, which was published on 17 October.]

Borkent, A. 2000b. Further biting midges (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) from Upper Cretaceous New Jersey amber, pp. 453–472. In: Grimaldi, D. (ed.), Studies on fossils in amber, with particular reference to the Cretaceous of New Jersey. Backhuys Publishers, Leiden. 498 pp. [before 17 October]

[Cited in Agosti, D., 2000, Ants, which was published on 17 October.]

Borkent, A. 2001. Leptoconops (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae), the earliest extant lineage of biting midge, discovered in 120–122 million-year-old Lebanese amber. American Museum Novitates 3328: 1–11. [26 April]

Borkent, A. 2008. The frog-biting midges of the world (Corethrellidae: Diptera). Zootaxa 1804: 1–367. [16 June]

Borkent, A. 2012. Further biting midges (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) in Canadian Cretaceous amber. The Canadian Entomologist 144: 758–766.

Borkent, A. & B. Bisset. 1990. A revision of the Holarctic species of Serromyia Meigen (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae). Systematic Entomology 15: 153–217. [April]

Borkent, A., Coram, R.A. & Jarzembowski, E.E. 2013. The oldest fossil biting midge (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) from the Purbeck Limestone group (Lower Cretaceous) of southern Great Britain. Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 82: 273–279. [31 December]

Borkent, A. & Grimaldi, D.A. 2004. The earliest fossil mosquito (Diptera: Culicidae), in Mid-Cretaceous Burmese amber. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 97(5): 882–888. [September]

Borkent, A. & Grogan, W.L., Jr. 1995. A revision of the genus Ceratopogon Meigen with a discussion of phylogenetic relationships, zoogeography, and bionomic divergence (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae). Memoirs of the Entomological Society of Washington 15: 1198. [20 September]

Borkent, A. & R. Szadziewski. 1992. The first records of fossil Corethrellidae. Entomologica Scandinavica 22: 457–463. [January]

Borkent, A. & Wirth, W.W. 1997. world species of biting midges (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae). Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 233: 1–257. [24 July]

Bory de Saint-Vincent, J.B.G.M. 1826. Dictionnaire classique d’histoire naturelle, par Messieurs Audouin, Isid. Bordon, Ad. Brongniart, De Candolle, Daudebard de Férussac, A. Desmoulins, Drapiez, Edwards, Flourens, Geoffroy de Saint-Hilaire, A. De Jussieu, Kunth, G. de Lafosse, Lamouroux, Latreille, Lucas fils, Presle-Duplessis, C. Prévost, A. Richard, Thiébaut de Berneaud, et Bory de Saint-Vincent. Ouvrage dirigé par ce dernier collaborateur, et dans lequel on a ajouté, pour le porter au niveau de la science, un grand nombre de mots qui n’avaient pu faire partie de la plupart des dictionnaire antérieurs. [Volume 10]. Ray et Gravier [&] Baudoin frères, Paris. 642 + [1] pp. [26 April]

[Date recorded by Le Constitutionnel.]

Bory de Saint-Vincent, J.B.G.M. 1828. Dictionnaire classique d’histoire naturelle . . . [Volume 14]. Ray et Gravier [&] Baudoin frères, Paris. 710 pp. [September]

Bosc, L.A.G. 1792. Keroplatus. Actes de la Société d’Histoire Naturelle de Paris 1: 42–43. [before 11 December]

[Date reviewed in the Magasin Encyclopédique.]

Bradley, W.H. 1931. Origin and microfossils of the oil shale of the Green River Formation of Colorado and Utah. United States Geological Survey Professional Paper 168: 1–58. [31 December+]

Brake, I. 2006. Diverse Milichiella Giglio-Tos (Diptera: Milichiidae) in Miocene Dominican amber. Insect Systematics & Evolution 37(1): 371–394. [November]

Brauckmann, C. & Schlüter, T. 1993. Neue Insekten aus der Trias von Unter-Franken. Geologie und Palaeontologie 27: 181–199. [30 September]

Brauer, F. 1861. Ueber die Larven der Gattung Cuterebra Clk. Verhandlungen der Zoologisch-Botanischen Gesellschaft in Wien 10[1860]: 777–786. [7 March]

[Printed date has “1860”, but the volume was not issued until early the next year. The Akademie der Wissenschaften in Wien received this Heft on 7 March. Corroborated by dating from Guimarães (1967: 7).]

Brauer, F. 1882. Die Zweiflügler der kaiserlichen Museums zu Wien. II. Denkschriften der Akaddemie der Wissenschaften in Wien 44: 59–110. [July]

Brauer, F. 1887. Nachtrag zur Monographie der Oestriden. IV. Ueber Cobboldia elephantis. Wiener Entomologische Zeitung 6: 217–223. [30 October]

Brauer, F. 1893. Vorarbeiten zu einer Monographie der Muscaria Schizometopa (exclusive Anthomyidae) von Prof. Dr. Fr. Brauer und Julius Edl. v. Bergenstamm. Verhandlungen der Zoologisch-Botanischen Gesellschaft in Wien 43: 447–525. [“Ende Dezember”]

Brauer, F., J. Redtenbacher & L. Ganglbauer. 1889. Fossile Insekten aus der Jurasformation Öst-Sibiriens. Mémoires de l’Académie des Sciences de Saint-Petersbourg (7) 36 (15): 1–22. [March]

Brazil, R.P. & Andrade Filho, J.D. 2002. Description of Pintomyia (Pifanomyia) falcaorum sp. n. (Diptera: Psychodidae: Phlebotominae), a fossil sand fly from Dominican amber. Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 97(4): 501–503. [June]

Brèthes, J. 1914. Description de six Cécidomyidae (Dipt.) de Buenos Aires. Anales del Museo Nacional de Historia Natural de Buenos Aires 26: 151–156. [20 July]

Broadhead, E.C. 1984. Adaptations for fungal grazing in lauxaniid flies. Journal of Natural History 18: 639–649. [13 June]

[See Evenhuis (2003b) for dating.]

Brodie, P.B. 1845. A history of the fossil insects of the secondary rocks of England. Accompanied by a particular account of the strata in which they occur, and of the circumstances connected with their preservation. Van Voorst, London. xviii + 130 pp. [June]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Brodie, P.F. 1873. The distribution and correlation of fossil insects, and the supposed occurrence of Lepidoptera and Arachnidae in British and foreign strata, chiefly in the secondary rocks [part]. Report of the Warwickshire Nature Society 37: 12–28. [April]

[Text concludes in 1874, in Report of the Warwickshire Nature Society 38: 16–38.]

Brodo, F. 1967. A review of the subfamily Cylindrotominae in North America (Diptera: Tipulidae). University of Kansas Science Bulletin 47: 71–115. [14 April]

Bromley, S.W. 1934. Asilidae, pp. 327–60. In: Curran, C.H., The Diptera of Kartabo, Bartica District, British Guiana, with descriptions of new species from other British Guiana localities. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 66: 287–523. [30 July]

Brongniart, C.J.E. 1876a. Observations sur un insect fossile de la famille des diptères trouvé à Chadrat (Auvergne) (Protomyia oustaleti). Annales des Sciences Géologiques 7 (4): 1–2. [before 29 May]

Brongniart, C.J.E. 1876b. Note sur une nouvelle espèce de diptère fossile du genre Protomyia (P. oustaleti), trouvée à Chadrat (Auvergne). Bulletin de la Société Géologique de France (3) 4: 459–460. [29 May]

Bronn, H.G. 1847. Pp. 305–720. In: Index palaeontologicus oder Übersicht der bis jetzt bekannten fossilen Organismen, unter Mitwirkung der HH. Prof. H.R. Göppert und Herm. v. Meyer, bearbeitet von Dr. H.G. Bronn. Zweite Abtheilung B. Enumerator palaeontologicus. E. Schweizerbart, Stuttgart. 1,106 pp. [31 December+]

[Issued in parts from 1846–1849. Pages 305–720 were published in 1847. Dating from Stafleu & Cowan (1979: 357).]

Brooks, D.R. & Evenhuis, N.L. 1995. Serendipidae Evenhuis, 1994 (Insecta: Diptera) and Serendipidae Brooks and Barriga, 1995 (Platyhelminthes: Eucestoda): proposed removal of homonymy. Journal of Parasitology 81(5): 762. [October]

Brooks, H.K. 1955. Healed wounds and galls on fossil leaves from the Wilcox deposits (Eocene) of Western Tennessee. Psyche 62: 1–9. [23 May]

Brown, B.V. 1992. Generic revision of Phoridae of the Nearctic Region and phylogenetic classification of Phoridae, Sciadoceridae, and Ironomyiidae (Diptera: Phoridea). Memoirs of the Entomological Society of Canada 164: 1–144. [November]

Brown, B.V. 1997. Systematics and fossil evidence of host-parasitoid relationships of Calamiscus Borgmeier (Diptera: Phoridae). Journal of Natural History 31: 1253–1259. [25 July]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2003b).]

Brown, B.V. 1999a. Re-evaluation of the fossil Phoridae (Diptera). Journal of Natural History 33(10): 1561–1573. [8 September]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2003b).]

Brown, B.V. 1999b. A fossil Hypocera species (Diptera: Phoridae) and its phylogenetic implications. Studia Dipterologica 6(2): 273–277. [29 December]

Brown, B.V. 2002. A new primitive phorid (Diptera: Phoridae) from Baltic amber. Studia Dipterologica 8(2)[2001]: 553–556. [31 January]

Brown, B.V. 2003. A new species of Triphleba (Diptera: Phoridae) with bifurcate antennae from Baltic amber. Studia Dipterologica 10(1): 195–197. [15 December]

Brown, B.V. 2005. A new Baltic amber Triphleba Rondani with greatly enlarged palpi (Diptera: Phoridae). Studia Dipterologica 11(2)[2004]: 549–552. [30 May]

Brown, B.V. 2007. A further new genus of primitive phorid fly (Diptera: Phoridae) from Baltic amber and its phylogenetic implications. Contributions in Science 513: 1–14. [25 May]

Brown, B.V. 2009. A new species of Xenotriphleba Buck (Diptera: Phoridae) from Baltic amber. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 111(1): 33–37. [January]

Brown, B.V. 2010. An enigmatic new genus and species of phorid fly from Baltic amber. Studia Dipterologica 16(1–2)[2009]: 43–46. [29 December]

Brown, B.V. 2013. A new species of Anevrina from Baltic amber (Diptera: Phoridae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 106(3): 310–312. [May]

Brown, B.V. & Pike, E.M. 1990. Three new fossil phorid flies (Diptera: Phoridae) from Canadian Late Cretaceous amber. Canadian Journal of Earth Science 27: 845–848. [6 June]

Brown, F.M. 1985. Four undescribed Oligocene craneflies from Florissant, Colorado, (Diptera: Tipulidae). Insecta Mundi 1: 98–100. [5 June]

[Dated from information in Insecta Mundi 4: 132 (1990).]

Brown, F.M. 1988. The extinct genus Cyttaromyia Scudder in Colorado (Diptera: Tipulidae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 61: 232–234. [2 June]

Brues, C.T. 1903. A monograph of the North American Phoridae. Transactions of the American Entomological Society 29: 331–404. [October]

Brues, C.T. 1906. Diptera. Fam. Phoridae. Fasc. 44. In: Wytsman, pp.A. (ed.), Genera insectorum. Wytsman, Bruxelles [= Brussels]. 21 pp. [10 November] [

Dated from Evenhuis (1994a: 53).]

Brues, C.T. 1908. Two fossil Phoridae from the Miocene shales of Florissant, Colorado. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 24: 273–275. [30 June]

Brues, C.T. 1923. Two new species of Phoridae from Baltic amber. Psyche 30: 59–62. [April]

Brues, C.T. 1933. Progressive changes in the insect populations of forests since the Early Tertiary. American Naturalist 67: 385–406. [October]

Brues, C.T. 1939. Fossil Phoridae in Baltic amber. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology 85: 413–436. [September]

Brullé, G.A. [1833]a. IVe classe. Insectes. In: Expédition scientifique de Morée. Section des sciences physiques [sous les direction de M. Bory de Saint-Vincent]. Tome III. Partie 1. Zoologie. Sect. 2. Des animales articulés. [Livraison 7.] Levrault, Paris & Strasbourg. pp. 289–336. [20 March]

[Date received by Société Entomologique de France.]

Brullé, G.A. [1833]b. Sur le genre Xiphura formé aux dépens de celui de Ctenophora de Meigen. Annales de la Société Entomologique de France 2: 398–402. [October]

Brundin, L. 1976. A Neocomian chironomid and Podonominae-Aphroteniinae (Diptera) in the light of phylogenetics and biogeography. Zoologica Scripta 5: 139–160. [15 September]

Brunetti, E. 1911a. New Oriental Nemocera. Records of the Indian Museum 4: 259–314. [7 June]

Brunetti, E. 1911b. Revision of the Oriental Tipulidae with descriptions of new species. Re Records of the Indian Museum 6: 231–314. [December]

Brunetti, E. 1914. Critical review of “genera” in Culicidae. Records of the Indian Museum 10: 15–73. [March]

Brunetti, E. 1918. Revision of the Oriental Tipulidae with descriptions of new species. Part II. Records of the Indian Museum 15: 255–344. [9 November]

Brunetti, E. 1920. Catalog of Oriental and south Asiatic Nemocera. Records of the Indian Museum 17: 1–300. [June]

Brunetti, E. 1925. Notes on Oriental Bibionidae, with descriptions of new species. Records of the Indian Museum 27: 443–450. [31 December]

Buckmann, J. 1843. On the occurrence and remains of insects in the Upper Lias of the County of Gloucester. Proceedings of the Geological Society of London 4: 211–212. [after 21 June]

[Date of meeting at which paper was read.]

Burmeister, H.C. 1832. Handbuch der Entomologie. Erster Band. Allgemeine Zoologie. C. Reimer, Berlin. xvi + 696 + [2] pp. [after 31 October]

[Date of preface.]

Byers, G.W. 2011. A Miocene Tipula from Nevada (Diptera: Tipulidae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 84(3): 169–173. [July]

 

 

 

Camras, S. 1994. A new subfamily for the fossil conopid fly, Palaeomyopa tertiaria (Diptera: Conopidae). Entomological News 105(3): 175–177. [May–June]

Capasso, L. 1993. Fossil mosquitoes and the spread of infectious diseases in man’s ancestors. Journal of Paleopathology 3: 171–201. [31 December+]

Carpenter, F.M. 1986. Substitute names for some extinct genera of fossil insects. Psyche 92[1985]: 575–582. [27 April]

[Dated from information in Psyche 93(1).]

Carpenter, F.M. 1992. Volume 4: Superclass Hexapoda. In: Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology. Part R. Arthropoda 4. [Volume 2.] Geological Society of America, Boulder, Colorado & University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas. ii + pp. 279–655. [9 December]

[Date of mailing from publisher.]

Carpenter, F.M. & F.M. Hull. 1939. The fossil Pipunculidae. Bernstein-Forschung 4: 8–17. [31 December+]

Chenu, J.C. 1859. Encyclopédie d’histoire naturelle, ou traité complet de cette science. Annelés. Maresq, Paris. iv + 312 pp. [after 1 April]

[Date of Avis.]

Choufani, J., Azar, D., Perrichot, V., Soriano, C., Tafforeau, P. & Nel, A. 2012. The genus Leptoconops Skuse (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) in Early Cretaceous amber. Palaeobidiversity and Palaeoenvironments 91(4): 285–291. [December]

Choufani, J., Perrichot, V., Girard, V., Garrouste, R., Azar, D. & Nel, A. 2013. Two new biting midges of the modern type from Santonian amber of France (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae), pp. 73–95. In: Azar, D., Engel, M.S., Jarzembowski, E., Krogeman, L., Nel, A. & Santiago-Blay, J. (eds.), Insect evolution in an amberiferous and stone alphabet. Proceedings of the 6th International Congress on fossil Insects, Arthropods and Amber. E.J. Brill, Leiden. viii + 201 pp. [October]

Chvála, M. 1981. Classification and phylogeny of Empididae, with a presumed origin of Dolichopodidae (Diptera). Entomologica Scandinavica Supplement 15: 225–236. [1 July]

Clark, B. 1815. An essay on the bots of horses and other animals. Published by the author, London. 72 pp. [early 1815]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997: 148).]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1906. Notes on Coccidae. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 8: 33–35. [13 July]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1907. A new fly (Fam. Mycetophilidae) from the Green River beds. American Journal of Science (4) 23: 285–286. [April]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1908a. Fossil insects from Florissant, Colorado. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 24: 59–69. [7 February]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1908b. Descriptions of Tertiary insects. Part II. American Journal of Science (4) 25: 227–232. [March]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1908c. Descriptions of Tertiary insects. Part III. American Journal of Science (4) 25: 309–321. [April]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1908d. Two fossil Diptera. The Canadian Entomologist 40: 173–175. [5 June]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1908e. Another fossil nemestrinid fly. Transactions of the American Entomological Society 34: 254. [August]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1908f. A fossil fly of the family Blepharoceridae. Entomologist 41: 262–264. [November]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1909a. Fossil Diptera from Florissant, Colorado. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 26: 9–12. [19 January]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1909b. Descriptions of Tertiary insects. Part V. Some new Diptera. American Journal of Science (4) 27: 53–58. [January]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1909c. Fossil insects from Florissant, Colorado. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 26: 67–76. [9 March]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1909d. A catalogue of the generic names based on American insects and arachnids from the Tertiary rocks, with indications of the type species. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 26: 77–86. [9 March]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1909e. Another fossil tsetse fly. Nature 80: 128. [1 April]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1909f. Fossil insects from Colorado. Entomologist 42: 170–174. [July]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1909g. Descriptions of Tertiary insects, VII. American Journal of Science (4) 28: 283–286. [September]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1909h. New fossil insects from Florissant, Colorado. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 2: 251–256. [23 December]

[Dated from Miller (1941).]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1910a. An apparently new syrphid fly from Baltic amber. Schr. Physical.-Ökon. Ges. Königsberg 50[1909]: 173. [6 January]

[Though the issue has the printed date “1909”, the table of contents for the volume states that the issue containing this article was published on 6 January 1910.])

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1910b. Some insects in Baltic amber. Entomologist 43: 153–155. [June]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1910c. Fossil insects and a crustacean from Florissant, Colorado. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 28: 275–288. [19 October]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1911. Fossil insects from Florissant, Colorado. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 30: 71–82. [26 May]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1913a. The first fossil anthomyiid fly from Florissant (Dipt.). Entomological News 24: 295–296. [30 June]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1913b. Some fossil insects from Florissant, Colorado. The Canadian Entomologist 45: 229–233. [8 July]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1913c. The first fossil mydaid fly. Entomologist 46: 207–208. [July]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1913d. A fossil asilid fly from Colorado. Entomologist 46: 213–214. [July]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1913e. Remarks on fossil insects. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 15: 123–128. [2 October]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1914a. Three Diptera from the Miocene of Colorado. The Canadian Entomologist 46: 101–102. [13 March]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1914b. The fossil and recent Bombyliidae compared. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 33: 229–236. [6 April]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1914c. New and little-known fossil insects from the Miocene of Florissant, Colorado. Journal of Geology 22: 714–724. [November]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1915a. Miocene fossil insects. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 66[1914]: 634–648. [23 January]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1915b. A fossil fungus-gnat. The Canadian Entomologist 47: 159. [8 May]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1915c. British fossil insects. Proceeding of the United States National Museum 49: 469–499. [11 December]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1916a. Two Diptera of the genus Rhamphomyia from Colorado. The Canadian Entomologist 48: 123–124. [10 April]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1916b. A third fossil tsetse-fly. Nature 98: 70. [28 September]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1916c. Some American fossil insects. Proceeding of the United States National Museum 51: 89–106. [16 October]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1917a. A fossil tsetse fly and other Diptera from Florissant, Colorado. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 30: 19–22. [21 February]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1917b. New Tertiary insects. Proceeding of the United States National Museum 52: 373–384. [23 February]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1917c. Fossil insects. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 10: 1–22. [12 March]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1917d. Arthropods in Burmese amber. Psyche 24: 40–44. [April]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1917e. Some fossil insects from Florissant, Colorado. Proceeding of the United States National Museum 53: 389–392. [2 June]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1917f. Arthropods in Burmese amber. American Journal of Science (4) 44: 360–368. [November]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1917g. Insects in Burmese amber. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 10: 323–329. [15 December]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1918. New species of North American fossil beetles, cockroaches and tsetse flies. Proceeding of the United States National Museum 54: 301–311. [5 July]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1919a. The oldest mosquitoes. Nature 103: 44. [19 March]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1919b. Insects in Burmese amber. Entomologist 52: 241–243. [November]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1920a. Eocene insects from the Rocky Mountains. Proceeding of the United States National Museum 57: 233–260. [15 June]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1920b. A therevid fly in Burmese amber. Entomologist 53: 169–170. [August]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1920c. Fossil arthropods in the British Museum.—IV. Annals and Magazine of Natural History (9) 6: 211–214. [1 August]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2003b).]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1921a. An ortalid fly in British amber. Entomologist 54: 30. [February]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1921b. Some Eocene insects from Colorado and Wyoming. Proceeding of the United States National Museum 59: 29–39. [27 June]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1921c. Fossil arthropods in the British Museum—VI. Oligocene insects from Gurnet Bay, Isle of Wight. Annals and Magazine of Natural History (9) 7: 453–480. [1 June]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2003b).]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1922. New name for a fossil tipulid fly. Entomologist 55: 17. [January]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1923. Insects in amber from South America. American Journal of Science 5: 331–333. [April]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1924a. Fossil insects in the United States National Museum. Proceeding of the United States National Museum 64 (13): 1–15. [2 February]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1924b. An ancestor of the Agromyzidae. Entomologist 57: 199–201. [September]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1924c. Fossils in the Ondai Sair formation, Mongolia. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 51: 129–144. [30 December]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1925a. Plant and insect fossils from the Green River Eocene of Colorado. Proceeding of the United States National Museum 66 (19): 1–13. [16 February]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1925b. The Eocene fossil fly Eophlebomyia. Psyche 32: 229–230. [October]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1925c. Tertiary insects from Kudia River, Maritime Province, Siberia. Proceeding of the United States National Museum 68 (5): 1–16. [11 December]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1927a. Fossil insects from the Miocene of Colorado. Annals and Magazine of Natural History (9) 19: 161–166. [1 February]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2003b).]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1927b. Tertiary fossil insects from eastern Oregon. Carnegie Institute Publications 346: 64–68. [31 December+]

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1937. Recollections of a naturalist, V. Fossil insects. Bios 8: 51–56. [May]

Cockerell, T.D.A. & G.E. Clark. 1918. A tipulid fly from Baltic amber. The Canadian Entomologist 50: 115–116. [13 April]

Cockerell, T.D.A. & F.H. Haines. 1921a. Fossil Tipulidae from the Oligocene of the Isle of Wight [part]. Entomologist 54: 81–84. [April]

Cockerell, T.D.A. & F.H. Haines. 1921b. Fossil Tipulidae from the Oligocene of the Isle of Wight [concl.]. Entomologist 54: 109–12. [May]

Cockerell, T.D.A. & C. LeVeque. 1931. The antiquity of insect structures. American Naturalist 65: 351–359. [August]

Coe, R.L. 1966. Diptera. Pipunculidae. Handbook for the Identification of British Insects 10(2c): 1–83. [31 December]

Coher, E.I. & Lane, J. 1949. A new neotropical genus of “Mycetophilidae” (Diptera, Nematocera). Revista Brasileira de Biologia 9: 485–488.

Cole, F.R. & E.I. Schlinger. 1969. The flies of western North America. University of California Press, Berkeley & Los Angeles. xi + 693. [before 22 December]

[Date of Bulletin of the California Insect Survey, vol. 11, in which this work is cited.]

Colless, D.H. 1990. Valseguya rieki, a new genus and species of dipteran from Australia (Nematocera: Anisopodidae). Annales de la Société Entomologique de France (N.S.) 26: 351–353. [28 September]

Collin, J.E. 1931. Diptera of Patagonia and south Chile based mainly on material in the British Museum (Natural History). Fasc. 6 (2). Platypezidae, Pipunculidae. British Museum (Natural History), London. pp. 49–61. [25 April]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Collin, J.E. 1961. British flies. Volume VI. Empididae. University Press, Cambridge. viii + 782 pp.

[Issued in 3 parts: Part 1, Tachydromiinae, pp. 1–219 (30 June]; Part 2, Hybotinae and Empidinae (except Hilara), pp. 220–551 (25 August); Part 3, Empidinae (Hilara only) and Hemerodromiinae, pp. 552–782 (27 October).]

Cook, E.F. 1955. A contribution toward a monograph of the family Scatopsidae (Diptera). Part II. The genera Rhegmoclemina Enderlein, Parascatopse n. g., and a new species of Rhegmoclema. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 48: 351–364. [September]

Cook, E.F. 1971. Fossil Scatopsidae in Mexican amber (Diptera: Insecta). University of California Publications in Entomology 63: 57–61. [16 July]

Cook, E.F. 1990. Fossil Scatopsidae in Dominican amber, pp. 389–390. In: Boucot, A.J., Evolutionary paleobiology of behavior and coevolution. Elsevier, Amsterdam. 725 pp. [31 December+]

Coquillett, D.W. 1891. New Bombyliidae of the group Paracosmus. West American Scientist 7: 219–222. [September]

[Published simultaneously with the same title and pagination in Science and Horticulture, volume 1, number 5.]

Coquillett, D.W. 1894. Revision of the dipterous family Therevidae. Journal of the New York Entomolical Society 2: 97–101. [June]

Coquillett, D.W. 1900a. Two new genera of Diptera. Entomological News 11: 429–430. [April]

Coquillett, D.W. 1900b. Report on a collection of dipterous insects from Puerto Rico. Proceeding of the United States National Museum 22: 249–270. [12 May]

Coquillett, D.W. 1902. New forms of Culicidae from North America. Journal of the New York Entomolical Society 10: 191–194. [June]

Coquillett, D.W. 1903. The genera of the family Empididae, with notes and new species. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 5: 245–272. [15 June]

Coquillett, D.W. 1904. New North American Diptera. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 6: 166–192. [30 July]

Coquillett, D.W. 1910. The type species of the North American genera of Diptera. Proceeding of the United States National Museum 37: 499–647. [4 August]

Coram, R.A. & Jarzembowski, E.A. 1998. Insect-bearing horizons in the type Purbeck and new Purbeck/Wealden flies (Diptera). Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society 119: 135–140. [31 December+]

Coram, R.A. & Jarzembowski, E.A. 1999. New fossil flies (Insecta: Diptera) from the Purbeck Limestone Group (Lower Cretaceous, Berriasian) of Dorset, UK. Cretaceous Research 20(6): 853–861. [December]

Coram, R.A., Jarzembowski, E.A. & Mostovski, M.B. 2000. Two rare eremoneuran flies (Diptera: Empididae and Opetiidae) from the Purbeck limestone group. Paleontological Journal 34(Supplementary Issue 3): S370–S373. [31 December+]

Coram, R.A. & Jepson, J.E. 2012. Fossil insects of the Purbeck Limestone group of southern England. Palaeoentomology from the dawn of the Cretaceous. Siri Scientific Press Monograph Series 3, 143 pp. [31 December+]

Costa, A. 1857. Contribuzione alla fauna ditterologica Italiana. Il Giambattista Vico 2: 438–460. [May]

[Dated from the Monthly Bulletin of Foreign Literature.]

Coty, D. & Nel, A. 2013. New fossil Pachygastrinae from Mexican amber (Diptera: Stratiomyidae). Annales de la Société Entomologique de France (n.s.) 49(3)[DOI:10.1080/00379271.2013.845473]: 267–272. [18 December]

[Online publication date.]

Coty, D., Salamé, Y., Nel, A. & Azar, D. 2013. A new psychodid fly from Mexican amber (Diptera: Psychodidae), pp. 13–25. In: Azar, D., Engel, M.S., Jarzembowski, E., Krogeman, L., Nel, A. & Santiago-Blay, J. (eds.), Insect evolution in an amberiferous and stone alphabet. Proceedings of the 6th International Congress on fossil Insects, Arthropods and Amber. E.J. Brill, Leiden. viii + 201 pp. [October]

Coulson, J.R., C.W. Sabrosky & I. Muller. 1965. Selected bibliography of North American Diptera, pp. 1117–1484. In: Stone, A., C.W. Sabrosky, W.W. Wirth, R.H. Foote & J.R. Coulson, eds., A catalog of the Diptera of America north of Mexico. United States Department of Agriculture, Agriculture Handbook 276, iv + 1, 496 pp. [23 August]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2008b).]

Craig, D.A. 1977. A reassessment of the systematic position of Pseudosimulium humidum (Westwood), an Upper Jurassic dipteran. Entomologist’s Gazette 28: 175–179.

Crampton, G.C. 1926. The external anatomy of the primitive tanyderid dipteron Macrochile spectrum Loew, preserved in Baltic amber. Bulletin of the Brooklyn Entomological Society 21: 1–14. [5 April]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2011).]

Crane, P.R. & E.A. Jarzembowski. 1980. Insect leaf mines from the Palaeocene of southern England. Journal of Natural History 14: 629–636. [26 August]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2003b).]

Cresson, E.T., Jr. 1914a. Descriptions of new genera and species of the dipterous family Ephydridae. I. Entomological News 25: 241–250. [1 June]

Cresson, E.T., Jr. 1914b. Some nomenclatorial notes on the dipterous family Trypetidae. Entomological News 25: 275–279. [1 June]

Crosskey, R.W., ed. 1980. A catalogue of the Diptera of the Afrotropical Region. British Museum (Natural History), London. 1,696 pp. [10 July]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2008b).]

Crosskey, R.W. 1980. Appendix, pp. 1218–1234 In: Crosskey, R.W. (ed.), A catalogue of the Diptera of the Afrotropical Region. British Museum (Natural History), London. 1,696 pp. [10 July]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2008b).]

Crosskey, R.W. 1988. Part VIII. Black fly species of the world. 32. An annotated checklist of the world black flies (Diptera: Simuliidae), pp. 425–520. In: Kim, K.C. & R.W. Merritt, eds., Black flies. Ecology, population management, and annotated world list. “1987”. The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania & London. xv + 528 pp. [1 March]

[The only printed date in this work is the 1987 copyright date; however, information supplied by the publisher gives the actual publication date as 1 March 1988.]

Crosskey, R.W. 1991. The fossil pupa Simulimima and the evidence it provides for the Jurassic origin of the Simuliidae (Diptera). Systematic Entomology 16: 401–406. [1 October]

Crosskey R.W. 2002. On the nominal species of blackfly fossils from the Baltic amber (Diptera: Simuliidae). Entomologist’s Gazette 53: 37–50. [31 January]

Crosskey, R.W. & B.J. Taylor. 1986. Fossil insects from Pleistocene interglacial deposits in Norfolk, England. Systematic Entomology 11: 401–412. [October]

Cuffey, R.J., K.C. Kim, D.K. Smith & C.P. Thornton. 1982. Latest Oligocene insects from the Creede Caldera in southwestern Colorado. Proceedings of the Third North American Paleontological Convention 1: 119–123. [4 August]

Cumming, J.M. & Brooks, S.E. 2002. Electrophorella, a new genus of parathalassiine flies from Baltic amber, with a cladistic analysis of the Microphorinae + Dolichopodidae lineage (Diptera: Empidoidea). Studia Dipterologica 9(1): 41–56. [25 September]

Cumming, J.M. & B.E. Cooper. 1992. A revision of the Nearctic species of the tachydromiine fly genus Stilpon Loew (Diptera: Empidoidea). The Canadian Entomologist 124: 951–998. [November]

Curran, C.H. 1931. New American Asilidae (Diptera). II. American Museum Novitates 487, 25 pp. [5 September]

Currie, D.C. & Grimaldi, D.A. 2000. A new black fly (Diptera: Simuliidae) genus from mid Cretaceous (Turonian) amber of New Jersey, pp. 473–485. In: D. Grimaldi (ed.), Studies on fossils in amber, with particular reference to the Cretaceous of New Jersey. Backhuys Publishers, Leiden. 498 pp. [before 17 October.]

[Cited in Agosti, D. 2000., Ants, which was published on 17 October.]

Currie, D.C. & I.R. Walker. 1992. Recognition and palaeohydrologic significance of fossil black fly larvae, with a key to the Nearctic genera (Diptera: Simuliidae). Journal of Paleolimnology 7: 37–54. [31 December+]

Curtis, J. 1825. British entomology; being illustrations and descriptions of the genera of insects found in Great Britain and Ireland: containing coloured figures from nature of the most rare and beautiful species, and in many instances of the plants upon which they are found. Volume 2. Plates 51–98. Privately published, London. [Plate 62: 1 March]

 [Each volume of this work was issued in monthly parts consisting of four to five plates per part. The dates of issue are printed on the plates. Blackwelder (1947) gave publication details with discussion of reprintings of the first edition and changes found in the second edition.]

Curtis, J. 1826. British entomology . . . Volume 3. Plates 99–146. Privately published, London. [Plate 130: 1 August]

[See listing of Curtis (1825) above for full title and publication details.]

Curtis, J. 1829a. British entomology . . . Volume 6. Plates 242–289. Privately published, London. [Plate 245: 1 January]

[See listing of Curtis (1825) above for full title and publication details.]

Curtis, J. 1829b. On the Tertiary fresh-water formations of Aix in Provence including the coal-field of Fuveau, with a description of fossil insects, shells and plants contained therein. Edinburg New Philosophical Journal 1829[October]: 1–14. [October]

Curtis, J. 1831. British entomology . . . Volume 8. Plates 338–385. Privately published, London. [Plate 365: 1 July]

[See listing of Curtis (1825) above for full title and publication details.]

Curtis, J. 1832. British entomology . . . Volume 9. Plates 386–433. Privately published, London. [Plate 401: April; pl. 409: 1 June; pl. 413: 1 July; pl. 429: 1 November; pl. 432: 1 December]

[See listing of Curtis (1825) above for full title and publication details.]

Curtis, J. 1833. British entomology . . . Volume 10. Plates 434–481. Privately published. [Plate 444: 1 March; pl. 477: 1 November]

[See listing of Curtis (1825) above for full title and publication details.]

Curtis, J. 1834. British entomology . . . Volume 11. Plates. 482–529. Privately published, London. [Plate 517: 1 September]

[See listing of Curtis (1825) above for full title and publication details.]

Curtis, J. 1835. British entomology . . . Volume 12. Plates. 530–577. Privately published, London. [Plate 568: 1 October]

[See listing of Curtis (1825) above for full title and publication details.]

Curtis, J. 1837. British entomology . . . Volume 14. Plates 626–673. Privately published, London. [Plate 637: 1 March; pl. 641: April; pl. 645: 1 May; pl. 661: 1 September; pl. 669: 1 November]

[See listing of Curtis (1825) above for full title and publication details.]

Curtis, J. 1839. British entomology . . . Volume 16. Plates 722–769. Privately published, London. [Plate 745: 1 June]

[See listing of Curtis (1825) above for full title and publication details.]

Czerny, L. 1903. Ueber Drosophila costata und fuscimana Ztt. (Dipt.). Zeitschrift für Systematische Hymenopterologie und Dipterologie 3: 198–201. [1 May]

 

 

 

Dahl, F. 1898. Ueber den Floh und seine Stellung im System. Sitzungsbericht der Gesellschaft naturfoschender Freunde zu Berlin 1898: 185–199. [20 December]

Dahl, C. 1971. Trichoceridae (Dipt.) from the Baltic amber. Entomologica Scandinavica 2: 29–40. [15 February]

Dahl, C. & C.P. Alexander. 1976. A world catalogue of Trichoceridae Kertész, 1902 (Diptera). Entomologica Scandinavica 7: 7–18. [8 April]

Dale, J.C. 1842. Descriptions, &c. of a few rare or undescribed species of British Diptera, principally from the collection of J.C. Dale, Esq., M.A., F.L.S., &c. Annals and Magzine of Natural History 8: 430–433. [1 February]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2003b).]

Daniels, G. 1989. Family Mydidae, pp. 322–323. In: Evenhuis, N.L. (ed.), Catalog of the Diptera of the Australasian and Oceanian Regions. Bishop Museum Special Publication 86: 1–1155. [23 August]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2008b).]

Davis, D.R. 1989. An exceptional fossil amber collection acquired by the Smithsonian Institution. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 91: 545–550. [5 October]

Debenham, M.L. [1988]. Chimaerohelea, a new genus of Ceratopogonidae (Diptera) from north Queensland. Invertebrate Taxonomy 1: 801–806. [19 May]

[Dated from list of publication dates in volume 2.]

Deevey, E.S., Jr. 1955. Paleolimnology of the upper swamp deposit, Pyramid Valley. Records of the Canterbury Museum 6: 291–344. [15 February]

Delfinado, M.D. & D.E. Hardy, eds. 1973. A catalog of the Diptera of the Oriental Region. Volume I. Suborder Nematocera. Univ. Press of Hawaii, Honolulu. [vii] + 618 pp. [26 June]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2008b).]

Delfinado, M.D. & D.E. Hardy, eds. 1975. A catalog of the Diptera of the Oriental Region. Volume II. Suborder Brachycera through Division Aschiza, Suborder Cyclorrhapha. Univ. Press of Hawaii, Honolulu. [vi] + 459 pp. [5 October]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2008b).]

Delfinado, M.D. & D.E. Hardy, eds. 1977. A catalog of the Diptera of the Oriental Region. Volume III. Suborder Cyclorrhapha (excluding Division Aschiza). Univ. Press of Hawaii, Honolulu. x + 854 pp. [4 November]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2008b).]

de Meijere, J.C.H. 1907. Studien über südostasiatische Dipteren. I. Tijdschrift voor Entomologie 50: 196–254. [31 December]

de Meijere, J.C.H. 1914. Studien über sudostasiatische Dipteren. VIII. Tijdschrift voor Entomologie 56(Supplement): 1–99. [21 March]

De Meyer, M. 1995. Short note on fossil Pipunculidae (Diptera) from Dominican amber. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 103(2): 208–214. [21 June]

Dikow, T. & Bayless, K.M. 2009. Taxonomic revision of the genus Schildia Aldrich, 1923 (Diptera: Asilidae: Leptogastrinae) with the description of new extant and extinct species. Insect Systematics & Evolution 40(3): 253–289. [30 November***]

Dikow, T. & Grimaldi, D.A. 2014. Asilidae in Cretaceous ambers. American Museum Novitates: in press.

Disney, R.H.L. 1985. Re-interpretation of the wing veins in the Phoridae (Diptera). Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 121: 55–56. [26 April]

Disney, R.H.L. 1988. Four species of scuttle fly (Diptera: Phoridae) from Dominican amber. The Pan-Pacific Entomologist 63: 377–380. [27 January]

Disney, R.H.L. 1994. Scuttle flies: the Phoridae. Chapman & Hall, London. xii + 467 pp. [31 December+]

Disney, R.H.L. & Ross, A.J. 1996. Abaristophora and Puliciphora (Diptera: Phoridae) from Dominican amber and revisionary notes on modern species. European Journal of Entomology 93(1): 127–135. [15 February]

Doitteau, G. & Nel, A. 2007. Chironomid midges from early Eocene amber of France (Diptera: Chironomidae). Zootaxa 1404: 1–66. [5 February]

Donoghue, M.J., J.A. Doyle, J. Gauthier, A.G. Kluge & T. Rowe. 1989. The importance of fossils in phylogeny reconstruction. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 20: 431–460. [November]

Downes, J.A. 1978. Feeding and mating in the insectivorous Ceratopogonidae (Diptera). Memoirs of the Entomological Society of Canada 104: 1–62. [19 April]

Downes, J.A. & W.W. Wirth. 1981. Ceratopogonidae, pp. 393–421. In: McAlpine, J.F., B.V. Peterson, G.E. Shewell, H.J. Teskey, J.R. Vockeroth & D.M. Wood, coordinators, Manual of Nearctic Diptera. Volume 1. Research Branch, Agriculture Canada. Monograph 27. Ottawa. vi + 674 pp. [16 March]

[Dated from information supplied by the publisher.]

Drenski, P. & A. Stefanov. 1939. Das erste fossile Insekt aus Bulgarien. Mycetophila aff. pulchella Heer. (Dipt.). Mitteilungen der Bulgarischen Entomologischen Gesellschaft in Sofia. 10: 51–54. [31 December+]

Duckhouse, D.A. 2000. Redescription and re-evaluation of the Burmese amber psychodid Eophlebotomus connectens Cockerell and its phylogenetic position (Diptera: Psychodidae). Systematic Entomology 25: 503–509. [October]

Ducreux, J.-L. & Tachet, H. 1985. Larves de Stratiomyidae (Insecta, Diptera) dans des laminites stampiennes du Bassin de Forcalquier (Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, France). Geobios 18(4): 517–524. [August]

Duda, O. 1923. Die orientalischen und australischen Drosophiliden-Arten (Dipteren) des Ungarischen National-Museums zu Budapest. Annales Historico-Naturales Musei Nationalis Hungarici 20: 24–59. [24 December]

Duda, O. 1924. Beitrag zur Systematik der Drosophiliden unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der paläarktischen u. orientalischen Arten (Dipteren). Archiv für Naturgeschichte (A) 90(3): 172–234. [June]

Duda, O. 1925. Die costaricanischen Drosophiliden des Ungarischen National-Museums zu Budapest. Annales Historico-Naturales Musei Nationalis Hungarici 22: 149–229. [22 December]

Dürrenfeldt, A. 1968. Dipteren aus dem Oberpliozän von Willershausen. Beihefte zu den Berichten der Naturhistorischen Gesellschaft Hannover 6: 43–81. [December]

Duisburg, H. von. 1868. Zur Bernstein-Fauna. Schriften der Physikalisch-Ökonomischen Gesellschaft zu Königsberg 9: 23–28. [July]

Duméril, A.M.C. 1800. Exposition d’une méthode naturelle pour la classification et l’étude des insectes, présentée à la Société Philomatique la brumaire an 9. Journal de Physique, de Chimie, d’Histoire Naturelle et des Arts 51: 427–439. [1 December]

[Dated from receipt in the Journal Typographique et Bibliographique.]

Dupuis, T. 1986. Dates de publication de l’“Histoire naturelle générale et particulière des crustacés et des insectes” (1802–1805) par Latreille dans le “Buffon de Sonnini.” Annales de la Société Entomologique de France (N.S.) 22: 205–210. [30 June]

Durham, J.W. 1956. Insect bearing amber from Indonesia and the Philippines. The Pan-Pacific Entomologist 32: 51–53. [9 May]

Dyar, H.G. 1905. Remarks on genitalic genera in the Culicidae. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 7: 42–49. [9 February]

Dyar, H.G. & Nunez Tovar. 1927. Notes on biting flies from Venezuela. Insecutor Insecitiae Menstruus 14: 154–155. [11 April]

Dyar, H.G. & R.C. Shannon. 1924. Some new species of American Dixa Meigen. Insecutor Insecitiae Menstruus 12: 193–201. [22 October]

Dziedzicki, H. 1885. Przyczynek do fauny owadów dwuskrzydlych. Rodzaje nowe: Hertwigia, nov. gen.; Eurycera, nov. gen. i gatunki rodzajów: Boletina, Sciophila. Pamiętnik Fizyiograficzny 5: 164–194. [31 December+]

 

 

 

Eaton, A.E. 1875. Breves dipterarum uniusuque lepidopterarum insulae Kerguelensi indigenarum diagnoses. Entomologist's Monthly Magazine 12: 58–61. [August]

Eaton, A.E. 1904. New genera of European Psychodidae. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 40: 55–59. [March]

Edwards, F.W. 1913. Notes on British Mycetophilidae. Transactions of the Royal Entomological Society of London 1913: 334–382. [26 September]

Edwards, F.W. 1921a. A note on the dipterous subfamily Ditomyinae, with descriptions of new recent and fossil forms. Annals and Magazine of Natural History (9) 7: 431–436. [1 May]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2003b).]

Edwards, F.W. 1921b. A note on the subfamily Bruchomyiinae (Diptera Nematocera). Annals and Magazine of Natural History (9) 7: 437–439. [1 May]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2003b).]

Edwards, F.W. 1923. Oligocene mosquitoes in the British Museum; with a summary of our present knowledge concerning fossil Culicidae. Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London 79: 139–155. [6 July]

Edwards, F.W. 1925. British fungus-gnats (Diptera, Mycetophilidae). With a revised generic classification of the family. Transactions of the Entomological Society of London 1924: 505–670. [20 February]

Edwards, F.W. 1928. Diptera. Fam. Protorhyphidae, Anisopodidae, Pachyneuridae, Trichoceridae. In: Wytsman, P.A., Genera Insectorum. Fascicule 190. L. Desmet-Verteneuil, Bruxelles [= Brussels]. 41 pp. [August]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1994a: 59).]

Edwards, F.W. 1932. Diptera. Fam. Culicidae. In: Wytsman, pp.A., Genera Insectorum. Fascicule 194. L. Desmet-Verteneuil, Bruxelles [= Brussels]. 258 pp. [31 October]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1994a: 59).]

Edwards, F.W. 1938. On the British Lestremiinae, with notes on exotic species.—3. (Diptera, Cecidomyiidae). Proceedings of the Royal Entomological Society of London (B) 7: 102–108. [15 May]

Edwards, F.W. 1940. Redefinitions and synonymy of some genera of amber fungus-gnats (Diptera, Mycetophilidae). Proceedings of the Royal Entomological Society of London (B) 9: 120–126. [15 July]

Efremov, I.A. 1940. Taphonomy: a new branch of paleontology. Pan-American Geologist 74: 81–93. [31 December+]

Ekdale, A.A. & M.D. Picard. 1985. Trace fossils in a Jurassic eolianite, Entrada Sandstone, Utah, U.S.A. Society for Sedimentry Geology, Special Publication 35: 3–12. [March]

Elias, S. 1994. Quaternary insects and their environments. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C. 284 pp. [January]

Enderlein, G. 1910. The Percy Sladen Trust Expedition to the Indian Ocean in 1905, No. V—Diptera, Mycetophilidae. Transactions of the Linnaean Society of London (Zoology) 14: 59–81. [November]

Enderlein, G. 1911. Klassifikation der Oscinosominen. Sitzungsberichte der Gesellschaft der Naturforschender Freunde zu Berlin 1911: 185–244. [April]

Enderlein, G. 1911a. Neue Gattungen und Arten außereuropäischer Fliegen. Stettiner Entomologische Zeitung 72: 135–209. [July]

Enderlein, G. 1911b. Die phyletischen Beziehungen der Lycoriden (Sciariden) zu den Fungivoriden (Mycetophiliden) und Itonididen (Cecidomyiiden) und ihre systematische Gliederung. Archiv für Naturgeschichte 77(1) (Supplementband 3): 116–201. [December]

Enderlein, G. 1912a. Die Phoridenfauna Südbrasiliens. Stettiner Entomologische Zeitung 73: 16–45. [“Mitte” March]

Enderlein, G. 1912b. Zur Kenntnis der Zygophthalmen. Über die Gruppierung der Sciariden und Scatopsiden. Zoologischer Anzeiger 40: 261–282. [18 October]

Enderlein, G. 1921. Ein fossiler Simuliiden-Reise. Zoologischer Anzeiger 53: 74–75. [26 July]

Enderlein, G. 1924. Zur Klassifikation der Phoriden und über vernichtende Kritik. Entomologische Mitteiluungen 13: 270–281 [7 November]

Enderlein, G. 1930. Der heutige Stand der Klassifikation der Simuliiden. Archiv für Klassifikatorische und Phylogenetische Entomologie 1: 77–97. [31 December+]

Enderlein, G. 1936. 22. Ordnung: Zweiflügler, Diptera. Abt. 16, pp. 1–259 [= Lfg. 2, in part]. In: Brohmer, P., P. Erhmann & G. Ulmer, eds., Die Tierwelt Mitteleuropas. Vol. 6: Insekten. III. Teil. Leipzig. [6 March]

[Date received at the Senckenberg Deutsches Entomologisches Institut.]

Enderlein, G. 1937. Klassifikation der Psychodiden (Dipt.). Deutsche Entomologische Zeitung 1936: 81–112. [1 June]

Engel, E.O. 1925. Egyptian Asilidae (Dipt.) collected by H.C. Efflatoun Bey. Bulletin de la Société Entomologique d’Égypte 8: 345–355. [31 December+]

Engel, M. & Gross, M. 2012. A new fossil crane fly from the Early Pannonian of the Styrian Basin (Diptera: Tipulidae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 85(2): 160–163. [April]

Erichson, W.F. 1840. Entomographien, Untersuchungen in dem Gebiete der Entomologie, mit besonderer Benutzung der Königl. Sammlung zu Berlin. Erstes Heft. F.H. Morin, Berlin. x + [i] + 180 pp., 2 pls. [before December]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Ersch, J.S. & J.G. Gruber. 1832. Allgemeine Encyclopädie der Wissenschaften und Künste in alphabetischer Folge von genannten Schrifts bearbeitet und herausgegeben. [Series III: O–Phy]. Volume II. Odysseis–Olba. F. Brockhaus, Leipzig. 432 + [2] + 3 pls. [before August]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Ersch, J.S. & J.G. Gruber. 1833. Allgemeine Encyclopädie der Wissenschaften und Künste . . . [Series III: O–Phy]. Volume IV. Onod–Ordinaten. F. Brockhaus, Leipzig. 516 + [2] + 2 pls. [31 December+]

[See Ersch & Gruber (1832) for full title.]

Eskov, K. 1992. Archaeid spiders from Eocene Baltic amber (Chelicerata: Araneida: Archaeidae) with remarks on the so-called “Gondwanan” ranges of recent taxa. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie Abhandlungen 185: 311–328. [September]

Etheridge, R. & Olliff, A.S. 1890. The Mesozoic and Tertiary insects of New South Wales. Memoirs of the Geological Survey of New South Wales (Palaeontology) 7, xi + 12 + 3 pp. [October]

Evans, J.W. 1971. Some Upper Triassic Hemiptera from Mount Crosby, Queensland. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 16: 145–151. [30 June]

Evenhuis, N.L. 1984. A reassessment of the taxonomic position of the fossil species Protophthiria palpalis and P. atra (Diptera: Bombyliidae). International Journal of Entomology 26: 157–161. [29 March]

Evenhuis, N.L., editor. 1989. Catalog of the Diptera of the Australasian and Oceanian Regions. Bishop Museum Special Publication 86, 1,155 pp. [23 August]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2008b).]

Evenhuis, N.L. 1989a. Dating of Encyclopédie Entomologique Serie B. II. Diptera. Archives of Natural History 16: 209–211. [9 June]

Evenhuis, N.L. 1989b. Appendix II. Fossil Diptera of Australasia and Oceania, pp. 805–807. In: Evenhuis, N.L. (ed.), Catalog of the Diptera of the Australasian and Oceanian Regions. Bishop Museum Special Publication 86, 1,155 pp. [23 August]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2008b).]

Evenhuis, N.L. 1990a. Systematics and evolution of the genera in the subfamilies Usiinae and Phthiriinae (Diptera: Bombyliidae) of the world. Entomonograph 11[1989]: 1–72. [18 January]

[Mailed from publisher on this date.]

Evenhuis, N.L. 1990b. Dating of the livraisons and volumes of d’Orbigny’s Dictionnaire Universel d’Histoire Naturelle. Bishop Museum Occasional Papers 30: 219–225. [6 June]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2008a).]

Evenhuis, N.L. 1990c. Additions to catalog chapters. Pacific Basin Diptera News 4: 2–6. [5 December]

Evenhuis, N.L. 1991. World catalog of genus-group names of bee flies (Diptera: Bombyliidae). Bishop Museum Bulletin in Entomology 5, vii + 105 pp. [16 August]

Evenhuis, N.L. 1992. The publication and dating of Hermann Loew’s school-program Diptera articles. Archives of Natural History 19: 375–378. [13 October]

Evenhuis, N.L. 1994a. The publication and dating of P.A. Wytsman’s Genera Insectorum. Archives of Natural History 21: 49–66. [20 February]

Evenhuis, N.L. 1994b .Catalogue of the fossil flies of the world (Insecta: Diptera). Backhuys Publishers, Leiden. 672 pp. [1 July]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2008b).]

Evenhuis, N.L. 1997. Litteratura Taxonomica Dipterorum (1758–1930) being a selected list of the books and prints of Diptera taxonomy from the beginning of Linnaean nomenclature to the end of the year 1930; containing information on the biographies, bibliographies, types, collections, and patronymic genera of the authors listed in this work; including detailed information on publication dates, original and subsequent editions, and other ancillary data concerning the publications listed herein. 2 vols. Backhuys Publishers, Leiden. x + 871 pp. [10 October]

[Date of mailing from publisher.]

Evenhuis, N.L. 2002a. Pieza, a new genus of microbombyliids from the New World (Diptera: Mythicomyiidae). Zootaxa 36: 1–28. [15 May]

Evenhuis, N.L. 2002b. Publication and dating of the two “Bulletins” of the Société Entomologique de France (1873–1894). Zootaxa 70: 1–32. [22 September]

Evenhuis, N.L. 2002b. Catalog of the Mythicomyiidae of the world (Insecta: Diptera). Bishop Museum Bulletin in Entomology 10: 1–85. [1 October]

[Date launched at the 5th International Congress of Dipterology, Brisbane.]

Evenhuis, N.L. 2002c. Review of the Tertiary microbombyliids (Diptera: Mythicomyiidae) in Baltic, Bitterfeld, and Dominican amber. Zootaxa 100: 1–15. [8 November]

Evenhuis, N.L. 2003a. Dating and publication of the Encyclopédie Méthodique (1782–1832), with special reference to the parts of the Histoire Naturelle and details on the Histoire Naturelle des Insectes. Zootaxa 166: 1–48. [17 March]

Evenhuis, N.L. 2003b. Publication and dating of the journals forming the Annals and Magazine of Natural History and the Journal of Natural History. Zootaxa 385: 1–68. [16 December]

Evenhuis, N.L. 2008a. Celebrating a centuria of Occasional Papers: history, contents, dates of publication, and author index. Bishop Museum Occasional Papers 101: 1–76. [3 October]

[Date of receipt at BPBM.]

Evenhuis, N.L. 2008b. Dates of publication of regional and world Diptera catalogs. Studia Dipterologica 14(2): 397–403. [29 October]

Evenhuis, N.L. 2011. Publishing and dating of the Bulletin of the Brooklyn Entomological Society (1878–1966). Zoological Bibliography 1(3): 105–115. [May]

Evenhuis, N.L. 2013a. New microbombyliids (Diptera: Mythicomyiidae) from Eocene Baltic and Rovno ambers, with notes on previously described amber species. Zootaxa 3731(3): 371–380. [31 October]

Evenhuis, N.L. 2013b. Louis Piton and the mystery of the fossil asilid genus Permessus. Fly Times 51: 28–30. [18 November]

Evenhuis, N.L. 2013c. A new species of Hemipenthes Loew (Diptera: Bombyliidae: Anthracinae) from Miocene Dominican amber. Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 82: 281–286. [31 December]

Evenhuis, N.L., Bickel, D.J. & Robinson, H.J. 2012. Case 3591. Argyra Macquart, 1834 (Insecta, Diptera, Dolichopodidae): proposed conservation of the name by suppression of Porphyrops Meigen, 1824. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 69(3): 195–199. [September]

Evenhuis, N.L. & Greathead, D.J. 1999. World catalog of bee flies (Diptera: Bombyliidae). Backhuys Publishers. Leiden. 756 pp. [10 November]

Evenhuis, N.L. & Greathead, D.J. 2003. World catalog of bee flies (Diptera: Bombyliidae): correigenda and addenda. Zootaxa 300: 1–64. [19 September]

Evenhuis, N.L., O’Hara, J.E., Pape, T. & Pont, A.C. 2010. Nomenclatural studies toward a world list of Diptera genus-group names. Part I: André-Jean-Baptiste Robineau-Desvoidy. Zootaxa: 2373: 1–265. [26 February]

Evenhuis, N.L. & Plant, A.R. 2012. Case 3589. Hemerodromia Meigen, 1822 and Hemerodrominae Schiner, 1862 (Insecta, Diptera, Empididae): proposed conservation of usage of the genus-group and family-group names. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 69(3): 191–194. [September]

Evenhuis, N.L., Pape, T. & Pont, A.C. 2008. The problems of subsequent typification in genus-group names and use of the Zoological Record: a study of post-1930 genus-group names without type designation. Zootaxa 1912: 1–44. [22 October]

Evenhuis, N.L. & Pont, A.C. 2013. Nomenclatural studies toward a world catalog of Diptera genus-group names. III. Christian Rudolph Wilhelm Wiedemann. Zootaxa 3638: 1–75. [16 April]

Evenhuis, N.L. & Sinclair, B.J. 2012. Case 3588. Brachystoma Meigen, 1822 (Insecta, Diptera, Brachystomatidae): proposed conservation of usage. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 69(2): 113–115. [June]

Evenhuis, N.L. & F.C. Thompson. 1990. Type designations of genus-group names of Diptera given in d’Orbigny’s Dictionnaire Universel d’Histoire Naturelle. Bishop Museum Occasional Papers 30: 226–258. [6 June]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2008a).]

 

 

 

Fabricius, J.C. 1775. Systema entomologiae, sistens insectorvm classes, ordines, genera, species, adiectis synonymis, locis, descriptionibvs, observationibvs. Kortii, Flensbvrgi et Lipsiae [= Flensburg & Leipzig]. [32] + 832 pp. [30 April]

 [Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Fabricius, J.C. 1794. Entomologia systematica emendata et aucta. Secundum classes, ordines, genera, species adjectis synonimis, locis observationibus, descriptionibus. Tome 4. C.G. Proft, Hafniae [= Copenhagen]. [6] + 472 + [5] pp. [31 December+]

[The entire work consists of 4 volumes, 1792–1794.]

Fabricius, J.C. 1798. Supplementum entomologiae systematicae. C.G. Proft et Storch, Hafniae [= Copenhagen]. [4] + 572 pp. [20 May]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Fabricius, J.C. 1805. Systema antliatorum secundum ordines, genera, species adiecta synonymis, locis, observationibus, descriptionibus. C. Reichard, Brunsvigae [= Brunswick]. xiv + [15]–372 + [1] + 30 pp. [before 21 July]

[Listed in Cahier X [= 22 June–21 July] of the Journal Générale de la Litterature Étrangère for year 9 of the French Republican calendar.]

Fairchild, G.B. 1951. Some nomenclatorial notes on Psychodidae (Diptera). Bulletin of the Brooklyn Entomological Society 46: 10–18. [February]

Fairchild, G.B. & R.S. Lane. 1989. A second species of fossil Stenotabanus (Diptera: Tabanidae) in amber from the Dominican Republic. Florida Entomologist 72: 630–632. [December]

Fallén, C.L. 1810. Specim. entomolog. novam Diptera disponendi methodum exhibens quod Conf. Ampl. Facult. Phil. Lund, publicae disquisitioni subjiciunt . . . In Lyceo Carolino die IX Junii MDCCCX. Berlingianis, Lundae [= Lund]. 26 pp. [9 June]

Fallén, C.L. 1820a. Heteromyzides Sveciae. Quorum descriptionem venia Ampl. Facult. Philos. Acad. Lund. . . . In Lyceo Carolino d. XXVI Maji MDCCCXX. Berlingianis, Lundae [= Lund]. 10 pp. [26 May]

Fallén, C.L. 1820b. Opomyzides Sveciae. Quorum descriptionem venia Ampl. Facult. Philos. Acad. Lund. . . . In Lyceo Carolino d. XXXI Maji MDCCCXX. Berlingianis, Lundae [= Lund]. 12 pp. [31 May]

Fallén, C.L. 1820c. Ortalides Sveciae. Quorum descriptionem venia Ampl. Facult. Philos. Acad. Lund. . . . In Lyceo Carolino d. VII Junii MDCCCXX. [Part. II.] Berlingianis, Lundae [= Lund]. pp. 17–24. [7 June]

Fallén, C.L. 1820d. Ortalides Sveciae. Part. III:a et ultima. Quarum descriptionem venia Ampl. Facult. Philos. Acad. Lund. . . . In Lyceo Carolino d. IX Junii MDCCCXX. Berlingianis, Lundae [= Lund]. pp. 25–34. [9 June]

Fallén, C.L. 1820e. Sciomyzides Sveciae. Quorum descriptionem venia Ampl. Facult. Philos. Lund. . . . In Lyceo Carolino d. XIII Junii MDCCCXX. Berlingianis, Lundae [= Lund]. 16 pp. [13 June]

Fallén, C.L. 1823. Agromyzides Sveciae. Quorum descriptionem venia Ampl. Facult. Philos. Acad. Lund. . . . . In Lyceo Carolino d. XX Maji MDCCCXXIII. Berlingianus, Lundae [= Lund]. 10 pp. [20 May]

Fate, C., Perrichot, V. & Nel, A. 2013. A mid Cretaceous representative of the modern scatopsid genus Ectaetia) Diptera: Scatopsidae: Ectaetiinae). Zootaxa 3686(3): 396–400. [12 July]

Fedotova, Z.A. & Perkovsky, E.E. 2004. New gall midges (Diptera, Cecidomyiidae) from the Rovno amber: Subfamily Lestremiinae, tribes Strobliellini and Campylomyzini; subfamily Porricondylinae, tribes Diadocidiini and Asynaptini. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 2004(5): 69–78. [September]

[In Russian; English translation, 2004, Paleontological Journal 38(5): 538–547.]

Fedotova, Z.A. & Perkovsky, E.E. 2005. New gall midges (Diptera, Cecidomyiidae) from the Rovno amber: Subfamily Porrycondylinae (tribes Bryocryptini and Winnertziini) and subfamily Lasiopterinae (tribes Brachyneurini and Oligotrophini). Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 2005(1): 42–53. [January]

[In Russian; English translation, 2005, Paleontological Journal 39(1): 41–51.]

Fedotova, Z.A. & Perkovsky, E.E. 2007. New gall midges of the subfamily Lestremiinae (Diptera, Cecidomyiidae) from the Rovno amber. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 2007(4): 82–95. [July–August]

[In Russian; English translation, 2007, Paleontological Journal 49(4): 437–450.]

Fedotova, Z.A. & Perkovsky, E.E. 2008. [New taxa of gall midges (Diptera, Cecidomyiidae) from Dubrovitsa (Rovno amber).] Vestnik Zoologii 42(1): 27–40. [January–February]

[In Russian.]

Fedotova, Z.A. & Perkovsky, E.E. 2009. New gall midges of the tribe Leptosynini (Diptera, Cecidomyiidae) from the Late Eocene ambers and the classification of the supertribe Heteropezidi. Paleontological Journal 43(9): 1101–1179. [September]

Fedotova, Z.A. & Perkovsky, E.E. 2011a. Gall midges of the supertribe Stomatosematidi (Diptera, Cecidomyiidae) in the Palaearctic region, with description of new taxa from the Late Eocene Rovno amber: 1. Stomatosema, Vanchidiplosis, Clarumreddera gen. n. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal 90(10): 1204–1215. [October]

[In Russian; English translation, 2012, in Entomological Review 92(4): 427–439.]

Fedotova, Z.A. & Perkovsky, E.E. 2011b. Gall midges of the supertribe Stomatosematidi (Diptera, Cecidomyiidae) in the Palaearctic region, with description of new taxa from the Late Eocene Rovno amber: 2. The genera Didactylomyia and Rovnodidactylomyia gen. n. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal 90(11): 1374–1384. [November]

[In Russian; English translation, 2012, in Entomological Review 92(5): 565–575.]

Fedotova, Z.A. & Perkovsky, E.E. 2012. Gall midges of the supertribe Stomatosematidi (Diptera, Cecidomyiidae) in the Palaearctic region, with description of new taxa from the Late Eocene Rovno amber: 3. Groveromyia gen. n. analysis of biometric parameters of the recent and late Eocene genera and species. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal 91(1): 71–87. [January]

[In Russian; English translation, 2012, in Entomological Review 92(8): 932–948.]

Feijen, H.R. 1989. Diopsidae. In: Griffiths, G.C.D. (ed.), Flies of the Nearctic Region. Volume IX. Cyclorrhapha III (Schizophora other than Calyptratae). Part 12. E. Schweizerbart, Stuttgart. 122 pp. [31 December+]

Felt, E.F. 1904. Mosquitoes or Culicidae of New York State. Bulletin of the New York State Museum 79: 23–400. [6 January]

Felt, E.F. 1911. A generic synopsis of the Itonidæ. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 19: 31–62. [After 5 April]

[Delayed publication of the March issue noted at the 5 April meeting.]

Felt, E.F. 1916. New North American gall midges (Dipt.). Entomological News 27: 412–417. [31 October]

Ferrar, P. 1987. A guide to the breeding habits and immature stages of Diptera Cyclorrhapha. Entomonograph 8, 907 pp. [31 December+]

[The entire work is bound in 2 volumes continuously paginated. There are four unnumbered pages at the beginning of the second volume before the first numbered page, 479.]

Ferrington, L.C., Jr. & Saether, O.A. 2011. A revision of the genera Pseudosmittia Edwards, 1922, Allocladius Kieffer, 1913, and Hydrosmittia gen. n. (Diptera: Chironomidae). Zootaxa 2849: 1–314. [29 April]

Fischer von Waldheim, G.F. 1819. Programme d’invitation à la séance publique de la Société Impérial des Naturalistes, qui aura lieu le 15 decembre, contenant une notice d’une mouche carnivore, accompagnée d’une planche. Université Imperial, Moscou [= Moscow]. 11 pp. [28 December]

[Date calculated from the Gregorian date of 15 December. Russia did not adopt the Julian calendar until 1917.]

Fittkau, E.J. 1955. Buchonomyia thienemanni n. gen. n. sp. Chironomidenstudien IV. (Diptera: Chironomidae). Beiträge zur Entomologie 5: 403–414. [September]

Fittkau, E.J. 1958. Eine neue Tanypodinae-Gattung, Djalmabatista (Chironomidae, Dipt.), aus dem brasilianischen Amazonasgebiet. Amazoniana 1: 327–349. [December]

Fitzgerald, S.J. 1999. A new species of Plecia from the Green River Formation and new combinations of fossil Bibionidae (Diptera). Great Basin Naturalist 59(2): 182–187. [April]

Förster, B. 1891. Die Insekten des “Plattigen Steinmergels” von Brunstatt. Abhandlungen zur geologischen Spezialkarte von Elsass-Lothringen 3: 333–594. [20 June*]

Foote, R.H. J.R. Coulson & H. Robinson. 1965. Family Dolichopodidae (Dolichopidae), pp. 482–530. In: Stone, A., C.W. Sabrosky, W.W. Wirth, R.H. Foote & J.R. Coulson, A catalog of the Diptera of America north of Mexico. United States Department of Agriculture, Agriculture Handbook 276, iv + 1,696 pp. [23 August]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2008b).]

França, C. 1919. Observations sur le genre Phlebotomus [I]. Brotéria (Zoologia) 17: 102–160. [1 August]

França, C. 1920. Observations sur le genre Phlebotomus II. Phlébotomes du Nouveau Monde. (Phlébotomes du Brésil et du Paraguay). Bulletin de la Société Portugaise des Sciences Naturelles 8: 215–236. [31 December+]

França, C. 1924. Notes parasitologiques. Jornal de Sciencias Mathematicas, Physicas e Naturaes (3) 5: 15–24. [31 December+]

França, C. & L. Parrot. 1920. Introduction à l’étude systématique des diptères du genre Phlebotomus. Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique 13: 695–708. [October]

Frauenfeld, G.R. von. 1867. Zoologische Miscellen. XI. Verhandlungen der Zoologisch-Botanischen Gesellschaft in Wien 17: 425–502. [2 October]

[Date received at the meeting of the Zoologisch-Botanischen Gesellschaft in Wien.]

Freeman, P. 1951. Diptera of Patagonia and south Chile based mainly on material in the British Museum (Natural History). Fasc. III. Mycetophilidae. British Museum (Natural History), London. 138 pp. [31 December+]

Freeman, P. 1954. Los insectos de las Islas Juan Fernandez. 13. Mycetophilidae, Sciaridae, Cecidomyiidae and Scatopsidae (Diptera). Revista Chilena de Entomología 3: 23–40. [30 April]

Freeman, P. 1961. A collection of Chironomidae and Culicidae subfamily Dixinae (Diptera, Nematocera) from Madagascar. Mémoires de l’Institut Scientifique de Madagascar (Série E) 12: 237–255. [31 December+]

Freidberg, A. 1991. A new species of Ceratitis (Ceratitis) (Diptera: Tephritidae), key to species of subgenera Ceratitis and Pterandrus, and record of Pterandrus fossil. Bishop Museum Occasional Papers 31: 166–173. [9 September]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2008a).]

Freiwald, A. 1990. Insekten aus der Fur-Formation von Dänemark (Moler, ob. Paleozän/unt. Eozän?). 4. Tipulidae. Meyniana 42: 47–63. [September]

Freiwald, A. 1991. Insekten aus der Fur-Formation von Dänemark (Moler, ob. Paleozän/unt. Eozän?). 5. Cylindrotomidae (Diptera: Tipulomorpha). Meyniana 43: 97–123. [October]

Freiwald, A. & Krzemiński, W. 1991. Cylindrotomidae (Diptera, Tipulomorpha) from the Paleogene of Bolshaya Svetlovodnaya (eastern Asiatic USSR). Paläontologische Zeitschrift 65: 339–344. [December]

Freiwald, A. & Willman, R. 1992. Insekten aus der Fur-Formation von Dänemark (Moler, ob. Paleozän/unt. Eozän?). 7. Ptychopteridae (Diptera). Meyniana 44: 179–187. [October]

Frey, R. 1942. Entwurf einer neuen Klassifikation der Mückenfamilie Sciaridae (Lycoriidae). Notulae Entomologicae 22: 5–44. [28 September]

Fries, B.F. 1830. Beskrifning öfver ett nytt slägte, Hydrobaenus, hörande till Tipulariae. Kungliga Svenska VetenskapsAkademiens Handlingar 1829: 176–187. [31 December+]

Frič, A. 1882. Fossile Arthropoden aus der Steinkohlen- und Kreideformation Böhmens. Beiträge zur Paläontologie Österreich-Ungarns und des Orients 2: 1–7. [1 January]

Frič, A. 1901. Die thierischen Reste der Perucer Schichten. Archiv der Landesdurchforschung von Bohmen 11: 163–180. [31 December+]

Frič, A. 1905. Vorläufige Notiz über Miscellanea Palaeontologica aus Böhmen und America. Sitzungsberichte der Königlich Böhmischen Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften 1905 (21): 1–3. [After 7 December]

[The last meeting of the year mentioned in this issue was 7 December.]

Frota-Pessoa, O. 1945. Sobre o subgênero “Hirtodrosophila”, com descrição de uma nova espécie (Diptera, Drosophilidae, Drosophila). Revista Brasileira de Biologia 5: 469–483. [December]

Fuchs, T. 1895. Studien über Fucoiden und Hieroglyphen. Denkschriften der Kaiserlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien (Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Klasse) 62: 369–448. [31 December+]

Fujiyama, I. 1970. Fossil insects from the Chôjabaru Formation, Iki Island, Japan. Memoirs of the National Science Museum of Tokyo 3: 65–74. [20 October]

Fujiyama, I. 1980. Late Cenozoic insects from Tokai and Mizawa districts, central Japan. Memoirs of the National Science Museum of Tokyo 13: 21–28. [December]

Fujiyama, I. 1985. Early Miocene insect fauna of Seki, Sado Island, Japan, with notes on the occurrence of Cenozoic fossil insects from Sado to San-in District. Memoirs of the National Science Museum of Tokyo 18: 35–55. [December]

Fujiyama, I. 1991. Late Triassic insects from Miné, Yamaguchi, Japan. Part 1. Bulletin of the National Science Museum of Tokyo (Series C: Geology) 17(2): 49–56. [22 June]

Fujiyama, I & Y. Iwao. 1974. Fossil insects from Tôgô, Kagoshima, Japan (Tertiary insect fauna of Japan, 5). Bulletin of the National Science Museum of Tokyo 17: 87–96. [22 February]

Fujiyama, I & Y. Iwao. 1975. Late Cenozoic insect faunas in the northwestern region of Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan. Memoirs of the National Science Museum of Tokyo 8: 33–48. [December]

Fujiyama, I & T. Nomura. 1986. Early Miocene insect fauna of the Hachiya Formation, Gifu Prefecture, Japan. Bulletin of the Mizunami Fossil Museum 13: 1–14. [December]

 

 

 

Gagné, R.J. 1969. A review of the genus Walshomyia including a new species reared from Cupressus galls in California (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae). The Pan-Pacific Entomologist 45: 16–19. [16 April]

Gagné, R.J. 1973. Cecidomyiidae from Mexican Tertiary amber (Diptera). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 75: 169–171. [10 July]

Gagné, R.J. 1977. Cecidomyiidae (Diptera) from Canadian amber. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 79: 57–62. [24 January]

Gagné, R.J. 1980. Mycetophilidae and Sciaridae (Diptera) in Mexican amber. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 82: 152. [24 January]

Gagné, R.J. 2004. A catalog of the Cecidomyiidae (Diptera) of the world. Memoirs of the Entomological Society of Washington 25: 1–408. [17 February]

Gagné, R.J. 2010. Update for a catalog of the Cecidomyiidae (Diptera) of the world. Systematic Entomology Laboratory, Agricultural Research Service, United States Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 543 pp. [31 December+]

Gaimari, S.D. & Mostovski, M.B. 2000. Burmapsilocephala cockerelli, a new genus and species of Asiloidea (Diptera) from Burmese amber. Bulletin of the Natural History Museum (Geology Series) 56(1): 43–45. [29 June]

Gautier, A. & H. Schumann. 1973. Puparia of the subantarctic or black blowfly Protophormia terraenovae (Robineau-Desvoidy, 1830) in a skull of a Late Eemian (?) bison at Zemst, Brabant (Belgium). Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 14: 119–125. [October]

Gee, J., Nel, A., Menier, J. & de Ploeg, G. 2001. A new lovebug fly (Insecta, Diptera) from the Lowermost Eocene amber of the Paris Basin. Geodiversitas 23(3): 341–348. [28 September]

Geinitz, F.E. 1884. Über die Fauna des Dobbertiner Lias. Zeitschrift der Deutschen Geologischen Gesellschaft 36: 566–583. [24 September]

Geinitz, F.E. 1888. IX. Beitrag zur Geologie Mecklenbergs. Archiv für die Vereins der Freunde der Naturgeschichte in Mecklenberg 41: 193–216. [31 December+]

Geissert, F., T. Nötzold & H. Süss. 1981. Pflanzenfossilien und Palaeophytobia salicaria Süss, eine neue fossile Minierfliege (Agromyzidae, Diptera) aus dem Pliozän des Elsaß. Mitteilungen des Badischen Landesvereins für Naturkunde und Naturschutz 12: 221–231. [28 February]

Gelhaus, J.K. & Johnson, R. 1996. First record of crane flies (Tipulidae: Limoniinae) in Upper Cretaceous amber from New Jersey, U.S.A. Transactions of the American Entomological Society 122(1): 55–65. [March]

Gentilini, G. 1986. Limoniidae and Trichoceridae (Diptera, Nematocera) from the Upper Miocene of Monte Castellaro (Pesaro, central Italy). Bollettino del Museo Civico di Storia Naturale di Verona 11: 171–190. [28 February]

Gentilini, G. 1990. Finding of the genus Nephrotoma Meigen, 1803 from the Upper Miocene of Monte Castellaro (Marche, central Italy). Bollettino della Società Entomologica Italiana 121(3): 220–223. [10 February]

Gentilini, G. 1991a. Occurrence of the genus Penthetria Meigen, 1803 from the Lower Messinian of Central Italy (Diptera Bibionidae). Bollettino della Società Entomologica Italiana 123: 62–66. [30 April]

Gentilini, G. 1991b. Bibionidae (Diptera, Nematocera) from Upper Miocene of Monte Castellaro (Marche, central Italy). Bollettino del Museo Civico di Storia Naturale di Verona 15: 425–446. [June]

Gentilini, G. 1993. New species of Plecia from the Oligocene of southeastern France (Diptera Bibionidae). Bollettino della Società Entomologica Italiana 125: 157–165. [31 October]

Gentilini, G., Korneyev, V.A. & Kameneva, E.P. 2006. Fossil tephritoid flies (Diptera: Pallopteridae, Ulidiidae, Tephritidae) from the Upper Miocene of Monte Castellaro, Italy, and a review of fossil European tephritoids. In: B. Merz (ed.), Phylogeny, taxonomy, and biology of tephritoid flies (Diptera, Tephritoidea). Proceedings of the 3rd Tephritoid Taxonomist’s Meeting, Geneva, 19–24 July 2004. Instrumenta Biodiversitatis 7: 85–104. [31 December+]

[Geoffroy, E.L.] 1762. Histoire abrégée des insectes qui se trouvent aux environs de Paris; dans laquelle ces animaux sont rangés suivant un ordre méthodique. Tome second. Durand, Paris. 690 pp. [31 December+] [This work was first published anonymously. A reissue in 1764, with “qui se trouvent aux environs de Paris” removed from the title, an otherwise identical copy of the original publication, has Geoffroy’s name on the title page. The work was suppressed for nomenclatural purposes by I.C.Z.N. (1954a: 209). See also I.C.Z.N. (1957a: 83).]

George, V.P. 1952. On some arthropod microfossils from India. Agra Univeristy Journal of Research 1: 83–108. [November]

Germar, E.F. 1837. Fauna insectorum europae. Fasc. XIX. Kümmel, Halle. 25 pls. [31 December+]

[Also issued separately, 1837, under the title “Insectorum prologae specimen sistens insecta carbonum fossilium.”]

Germar, E.F. 1839. Die versteinerten Insecten Solnhofens. Nova Acta Academia Leopoldina-Carolinae 19: 189–222. [June]

Germar, E.F. 1842. Beschreibung einiger neuen fossilen Insekten. I. in den lithographischen Schiefern von Bayern und II. im Schieferthon des Steinkohlen-Gebirges von Wettin, pp. 79–94. In: Münster, G. Graf zu (ed.), Beiträge zur Petrefacten-Kunde. Fünftes Heft. Buchner, Bayreuth. 131 pp. [31 December+]

Germar, E.F. 1849. Ueber einige Insekten aus Tertiärgebildungen. Zeitschrift der Deutsche Geologische Gesellschaft 1: 52–66. [January]

Gerstaecker, A. 1864. Uebersicht der in der Umgegend Berlins bis jetzt beobachteten Dolichopoden. Stettiner Entomologische Zeitung 25: 20–48. [March]

Giard, A. 1879. Note sur les bibionides fossiles. Genre Plecia. Bulletin Scientifique du Département du Nord 10(1): 12–16. [January]

Gibson, J.F. & Skevington, J.H. 2013. Phylogeny and taxonomic revision of all genera of Conopidae (Diptera) based on morphological data. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 167: 43–81. [January]

Giebel, C.G.A. 1856. Fauna der Vorwelt mit steter Berücksichtigung der lebenden Thiere. Monographisch dargestellt. Zweiter Band. Gliederthiere. Erste Abtheilung. Insecten und Spinnen. F.A. Brockhaus, Leipzig. 411 pp. [6 October]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997). Also separately printed, 1856, with the title, “Die Insecten und Spinnen der Vorwelt, mit steter Berücksichtigung der lebenden Insecten und Spinnen, monographisch dargestellt.” Brockhaus, Leipzig. xviii + 50 pp.]

Giebel, C.G.A. 1862. Wirbelthier- und Insektenreste im Bernstein. Zeitschrift für die Gesammten Naturwissenschaften 20: 311–321. [July]

Giebel, C.G.A. 1870. Über einige Bernstein Insekten. Zeitschrift für die Gesammten Naturwissenschaften 1 (35): 87. [31 December+]

Gil Collado, J. 1926. Nota sobre algunos insectos fósiles de Ribesalbes (Castellón). Boletín del Instituto Geológico y Minero de España 46: 89–107. [25 October*]

Giłka, W. 2010. A new species group in the genus Tanytarsus van der Wulp (Diptera: Chironomidae) based on a fossil record from Baltic amber. Acta Geologica Sinica [English Edition] 84(4): 714–719. [August]

Gillung, J.P. & Winterton, S.L. 2011. New genera of philopotine spider flies (Diptera, Acroceridae) with a key to living and fossil genera. ZooKeys 127: 15–27. [8 September]

Gistl, J.N.F.X. 1831. Kerfe in Copal eingeschlossen. Isis (Oken’s) 24(3): 247–248. [March]

Givulesçu, R. 1984. Pathological elements on fossil leaves from Chiuzbaia (galls, mines and other insect traces). Dari de Seama ale Sedintelor Institutul de Geologie si Goefizica 68(3): 123–133. [31 December+]

Goetghebuer, M. 1920. Ceratopogoninae de Belgique. Mémoires du Musée Royal d’Histoire Naturelle de Belgique 8(3): 1–116. [15 September]

Goetghebuer, M. 1932. Diptères Chioronomidae IV (Orthocladiinae, Corynoneurinae, Clunioninae, Diamesinae). Faune de France 23: 1–204. [31 December+]

Goetghebuer, M. & Lenz, F. 1938. Tendipedidae (Chironomidae).b) Subfamilie Tendipedinae (Chironominae) [Lieferung 118]. Die Fliegen der Paläarkitschen Region 13c: 78–128. [6 May]

[Dqted from Evenhuis (1997).]

Goetghebuer, M. & Lenz, F. 1939. Tendipedidae-Corynoneurinae (Chironomidae-Corynoneurinae) [Lieferung 131]. Die Fliegen der Paläarkitschen Region 13f: 1–19. [10 October]

[Dqted from Evenhuis (1997).]

Goetghebuer, M. & Lenz, F. 1940. Tendipedidae-Orthocladiinae (Chironomidae-Orthocladiinae) [Lieferung 137]. Die Fliegen der Paläarkitschen Region 13g: 1–24. [31 December+]

Goetghebuer, M. & Lenz, F. 1942. Tendipedidae-Orthocladiinae (Chironomidae-Orthocladiinae) [Lieferung 144]. Die Fliegen der Paläarkitschen Region 13g: 25–64. [31 December+]

Goetghebuer, M. & Tonnoir, A.L. 1920. Catalogue raisonné des Tipulidae de Belgique. Bulletin et Annales de la Société Entomologique de Belgique 2: 104–112, 131–147.

[Publication split: pp. 104–112 (3 September); pp. 131–47 (1 October).]

Gomez Pallerola, J.E. 1986. Nuevos insectos fósiles de las calizas litográficas del Cretácico Inferior del Montsec (Lérida). Boletín Geológico y Minero 97: 27–46 [31 December+]

Goot, V.S. van der. 1964. Fluke’s catalogue of Neotropical Syrphidae (Insecta, Diptera), a critical study with an appendix on new names in Syrphidae. Beaufortia 127: 212–221. [3 August]

Grabau, A.W. 1923. Cretaceous fossils from Shantung. Bulletin of the Geological Survey of China 5: 143–181. [December]

Grabenhorst, H. 1985. Eine Zweite Bremse (Tabanidae) zusammen mit ihrem Parasiten (Nematoda, Mermithoidae) aus dem Oberpliozän von Willershausen, Krs. Osterode. Aufschluss 36: 325–328. [17 October*]

Greathead, D.J. & Evenhuis, N.L. 2001. Annotated keys to the genera of African Bombylioidea (Diptera: Bombyliidae, Mythicomyiidae). African Invertebrates 42: 105–224. [December]

Grichanov, I.Y. 1997. Prohercostomus, a new subgenus of the genus Hercostomus Loew (Diptera, Dolichopodidae) from Baltic amber. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 1997(5): 82–85. [In Russian; English translation, 1997, in Paleontological Journal 31(5): 520–522.]

Grichanov I.Y. 2000. Notes on Dolichopodidae (Diptera) from Ukrainian and Baltic amber. International Journal of Dipterological Research 11(3): 129–131. [29 November]

[Dating information supplied by the publisher.]

Grichanov, I.Y. 2008. Systematic notes on Sciapodinae from Baltic amber and on Dolichopodidae from Tanzanian copal (Diptera). Caucasian Entomological Bulletin 4(1): 137–139.

Grimaldi, D.A. 1987. Amber fossil Drosophilidae (Diptera), with particular reference to the Hispaniolan taxa. American Museum Novitates 2880: 1–23. [10 June]

Grimaldi, D.A. 1989. The genus Metopina (Diptera: Phoridae) from Cretaceous and Tertiary ambers. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 97: 65–72. [29 March]

Grimaldi, D.A. 1990. Chapter 9. Diptera, pp. 164–83. In: Grimaldi, D.A. (ed.), Insects from the Santana formation, Lower Cretaceous, of Brazil. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 195: 1–191. [14 August]

Grimaldi, D.A. 1991. Mycetobiine woodgnats (Diptera: Anisopodidae) from the Oligo-Miocene amber of the Dominican Republic, and Old World affinities. American Museum Novitates 3014: 1–24. [27 June]

Grimaldi, D.A. 1992. Vicariance biogeography, geographic extinctions, and the North American Oligocene tsetse flies, pp. 178–204. In: Novacek, M.J. & Q.D. Wheeler (eds.), Extinction and phylogeny. Columbia University Press, New York. vi + 253 pp. [31 December+]

Grimaldi, D.A. 1993a. Mosquitoes in Dominican amber. Tropical Fish Hobbyist 42: 163–64. [1 September]

Grimaldi, D.A. 1993b. Amber fossil Drosophilidae (Diptera), part II: review of the genus Hyalistata, new status (Steganinae). American Museum Novitates 3084: 1–15. [27 December]

Grimaldi, D.A. 1995. A remarkable new species of Ogcodes (Diptera: Acroceridae) in Dominican amber. American Museum Novitates 3127: 1–8. [6 April]

Grimaldi, D.A. 1997. The bird flies, genus Carnus: species revision, generic relationships, and a fossil Meoneura in amber (Diptera: Carnidae). American Museum Novitates 3190: 1–30. [3 March]

Grimaldi, D.A. 2008. A stalk-eyed ephydroid fly from the Eocene (Diptera: Ephydroidea: Camillidae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 110(3): 543–550. [8 July]

Grimaldi, D.A. & Amorim, D.S. 1995. A basal new species of Olbiogaster (Diptera: Anisopodidae) in Dominican amber, and its systematic placement. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 97(3): 561–568. [19 September]

Grimaldi, D.A., Amorim, D.S. & Blagoderov, V.A. 2003. The Mesozoic family Archizelmiridae (Diptera: Insecta). Journal of Paleontology 77(2): 368–381. [March]

Grimaldi, D.A. & Arillo, A. 2008. The Tethepomyiidae, a new family of enigmatic Cretaceous Diptera. Alavesia 2: 259–265. [28 December]

Grimaldi, D.A. Arillo, A., Cumming, J.M. & Hauser, M. 2011. Brachyceran Diptera (Insecta) in Cretaceous ambers, part IV, significant new orthorrhaphous taxa. ZooKeys 148: 293–332. [21 November]

Grimaldi, D.A., C.W. Beck & J.J. Boon. 1989. Occurrence, chemical characteristics, and paleontology of the fossil resins from New Jersey. American Museum Novitates 2948: 1–28. [8 August]

Grimaldi, D.A. & Cumming, J. 1999. Brachyceran Diptera in Cretaceous ambers and Mesozoic diversification of the Eremoneura. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 239: 1–124. [3 May]

Grimaldi, D.A., Cumming, J.M. & Arillo, A. 2009. Chimeromyiidae, a new family of eremoneuran Diptera from the Cretaceous. Zootaxa 2078: 34–54. [20 April]

Grimaldi, D.A., Engel, M.S. & Nascimbene, P.C. 2002. Fossiliferous Cretaceous amber from Myanmar (Burma): its rediscovery, biotic diversity, and paleontological significance. American Museum Novitates 3361: 1–72. [26 March]

Grimaldi, D.A. & Kirk-Spriggs, A.H. 2012. Fossil Curtonotidae (Diptera: Schizophora: Ephydroidea). American Museum Novitates 2760: 1–16. [18 October]

Grimaldi, D.A. & W.N. Mathis. 1993. Fossil Periscelididae (Diptera). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 95: 383–403. [28 July]

Grimaldi, D.A. & Singh, H. 2012. The extinct genus Pareuthychaeta in Eocene ambers (Diptera: Schizophora: Ephydroidea). Canadian Entomologist 144(1): 17–28. [February]

Grimaldi, D.A. & Triplehorn, D.M. 2008. Insects from the Upper Miocene Grubstake Formation of Alaska. American Museum Novitates 3612: 1–19. [16 June]

Grogan, W.L. & R. Szadziewski. 1988. A new biting midge from Upper Cretaceous (Cenomanian) amber of New Jersey (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae). Journal of Paleontology 62: 808–812. [September]

Grogan, W.L. & W.W. Wirth. 1979. A new Neotropical genus of predaceous midges, with a key to the genera of Heteromyini (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 81: 51–59. [28 February]

Grogan, W.L. & W.W. Wirth. 1980. Nannohelea, a new genus of biting midges of the tribe Ceratopogonini, related to Baeohelea Wirth and Blanton (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 53: 373–385. [1 April]

Grund, M. 2005. Chironomids (Diptera: Chironomidae) of Dominican amber. Ablabesmyia electrohispaniolana, sp. n. and paleoecological indications due to subfamily proportions. Insect Systematics & Evolution 36(1): 29–34. [March]

Grund, M. 2012. A long-beaked fungus gnat in Dominican amber (Diptera: Lygistorrhinidae). Annales Zoologici 62(4): 639–642. [December]

Grund, M. & Hauser, M. 2005. Pachygaster hymenaea sp. nov. and P. antiqua James, 1971 (Diptera: Stratiomyidae) in Neotropical ambers. Zootaxa 1061: 29–34. [11 October]

Grunin, K.Y. 1973. The first finding of the stomach bot-fly larvae of the mammoth: Cobboldia (Mamontia, subgen. n.) russanovi, sp. n. (Diptera, Gasterophilidae). Entomologicheskoe Obozrenie 52: 228–233. [25 April*]

[In Russian; English translation, 1973, Entomological Review 52(1): 165–169.]

Grzegorzek, A. 1885. Neue Mycetophiliden. Berliner Entomologische Zeitschrift 29: 199–206. [December]

Guérin, F.E. 1831. Insectes, plates 20 and 21. In: Duperrey, L.I., Voyage autour du monde, exécuté par ordre du Roi, sur la corvette de sa Majesté, La Coquille, pendant les années 1822, 1823, 1824 et 1825 sous le ministère de S.E.M. Le Marquis de Clermont-Tonnerre, et publié sous les auspices de son Excellence M. Le Cte De Chabrol, Ministre de la Marine et des colonies. Histoire naturelle, zoologie. Atlas. A. Bertrand, Paris. 21 pls. [Plate 20: 25 July; plate 21: 5 September]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Guérin-Méneville, F.E. 1838a. [On Sicilian amber insects]. Revue Zoologique de la Société Cuvierienne 1838: 169–170. [3 September]

[In French; this is the August issue that was issued on 3 September.]

Guérin-Méneville, F.E. [1838b]. Histoire naturelle des crustacés, arachnides et insectes, recueillis dans le voyage autour de monde de la corvette de sa Majesté, La Coquille, exécuté pendant les années 1822, 1823, 1824 et 1825, sous le commandement du Capitaine Duperrey. Première division. Crustacés, arachnides et insectes. In: Duperrey, L.I., Voyage autour du monde, exécuté par ordre du Roi sur la corvette de sa Majesté, La Coquille, pendant les années 1822, 1823, 1824 et 1825 sous le ministère de S.E.M. Le Marquis de Clermont-Tonnerre, et publié sous les auspices de son Excellence M. Le Cte De Chabrol, Ministre de la Marine et des colonies. Zoologie. Tome deuxième. Part 2. A. Bertrand, Paris. xii + 319 pp. [after November]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Guimarães, J.H. 1967. Family Cuterebridae. Catalogue of the Diptera of the Americas South of the United States 105: 1–11. [28 February]

Guimarães, J.H. & N. Papavero. 1966. A tentative annotated bibliography of Dermatobia hominis (Linnaeus Jr., 1781) (Diptera, Cuterebridae). Arquivos do Zoologia 14: 223–294. [31 December+]

 

 

 

Haliday, A.H. 1832. The characters of two new dipterous genera, with indications of some generic subdivisions and several undescribed species of Dolichopodidae. Zoological Journal 5: 350–367. [July]

Haliday, A.H. 1833. Catalogue of the Diptera occurring about Holywood in Downshire. Entomological Magazine 1: 147–180. [January]

Hamilton, K.G.A. 1992. Lower Cretaceous Homoptera from the Koonwarra fossil bed in Australia, with a new superfamily and synopsis of Mesozoic Homoptera. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 85: 426–430. [July]

Handlirsch, A. 1906a. Die fossilen Insekten und die Phylogenie der rezenten Formen. Ein Handbuch für Paläontologen und Zoologen. Engelmann, Leipzig. Pp. 481–640. [October]

[Published in parts between 1906 and 1908 as follows: pp. i–vi, 1–160, pls. 1–9 (May 1906); pp. 161–320, pls. 10–18 (June 1906); pp. 321–480, pls. 19–27 (August 1906); pp. 481–640, pls. 28–36 (October 1906); pp. 641–800, pls. 37–45 (February 1907); pp. 801–960, pls. 46–51 (June 1907); pp. 961–1120 (November 1907); pp. 1121–1280 (January 1908); pp. vii–ix, 1281–1430 (July 1908). Dated from publication information given on pp. ix.]

Handlirsch, A. 1906b. Fernand Meunier und seine Arbeiten über die Paläontologie der Insekten. Privately published by the author, Wien [= Vienna]. 10 pp. [November]

Handlirsch, A. 1907a. Die fossilen Insekten und die Phylogenie der rezenten Formen. Ein Handbuch für Paläontologen und Zoologen. Engelmann, Leipzig. Pp. 641–800. [February]

Handlirsch, A. 1907b. Die fossilen Insekten und die Phylogenie der rezenten Formen. Ein Handbuch für Paläontologen und Zoologen. Engelmann, Leipzig. Pp. 801–960. [June]

Handlirsch, A. 1907c. Die fossilen Insekten und die Phylogenie der rezenten Formen. Ein Handbuch für Paläontologen und Zoologen. Engelmann, Leipzig. Pp. 961–1120. [November]

Handlirsch, A. 1908. Die fossilen Insekten und die Phylogenie der rezenten Formen. Ein Handbuch für Paläontologen und Zoologen. Engelmann, Leipzig. Pp. vii–ix, 1281–1430. [July]

Handlirsch, A. 1909. Zur Phylogenie und Flügelmorphologie der Ptychopteriden (Dipteren). Annalen des K.K. Hofmuseums in Wien 23: 263–272. [31 December+]

Handlirsch, A. 1910. Contributions to Canadian Palaeontology. Volume II. Canadian fossil insects. 5. Insects from the Tertiary lake deposits of the southern interior of British Columbia, collected by Mr. Lawrence M. Lambe, in 1906. Memoirs of the Geological Survey of Canada 12: 93–129. [after 6 June]

[Date of preface. There are 8 pages (i–viii) of prefatory matter preceding the paper, which contain the table of contents and preface, and seven pages (1–7) of advertisement at the end of the paper.]

Handlirsch, A. 1911. Das erste fossile Insekt aus dem Miocän von Gotschee in Krain. Berliner Entomolgishe Zeitschrift 55: 179–180. [April]

Handlirsch, A. [1920]. Palaeontologie (part), pp. 117–208 [= Lieferung 5]. In: Schroeder, C.W.M. (ed.), Handbuch der Entomologie. Band III. G. Fischer, Jena. 1,201 pp. [November]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Handlirsch, A. [1921]. Palaeontologie (part), pp. 209–306 [= Lieferung 6]. In: Schroeder, C.W.M. (ed.), Handbuch der Entomologie. Band III. G. Fischer, Jena. 1,201 pp. [February]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Handlirsch, A. 1939. Neue Untersuchungen über die fossilen Insekten mit Ergänzungen und Nachträgen sowie Ausblicken auf phylogenetische, palaeogeographische und allgemein biologische Probleme. II. Teil. Annalen des Naturhustorisches Museums in Wien 49: 1–240. [February]

Handschin, E. 1944. Insekten aus den Phosphoriten des Quercy. Schweiz. Palaeontologische Abhandlungen 64(4): 1–23. [31 December+]

Häntzschel, W. 1975. Supplement 1. Trace fossils and problematica. In: Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology. Part W. Miscellanea. Second edition (revised and enlarged). Geological Society of America, Boulder, Colorado & University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas. xxi + 269 pp. [31 December+]

Hao Jian-ying, Dong, Ke-qi & Ren Dong. 2009a. Middle Jurassic Eoptychopteridae from Daohugou, Inner Mongolia, China (Insecta, Diptera, Eoptychopteridae). Acta Zootaxonomica Sinica 34(1): 106–110. [January]

Hao Jian-ying & Ren Dong. 2009a. Two new fossil species of Limoniidae (Diptera: Nematocera) from the Middle Jurassic of northeastern, China. Entomological News 120(2): 171–178. [March–April]

Hao Jian-ying & Ren Dong. 2009b. Middle Jurassic Protopleciidae from Daohugou, Inner Mongolia, China (Insecta, Diptera). Acta Zootaxonomica Sinica 34(3): 554–559. [July]

Hao Jian-ying, Ren Dong & Shih Chung-kun. 2009b. New fossils of Eoptychopteridae (Diptera) from the Middle Jurassic of northeastern China. Acta Geologica Sinica [English edition] 83(2): 222–228. [April]

Harbach, R.E. & Greenwalt, D. 2012. Two Eocene species of Culiseta (Diptera: Culicidae) from the Kishenehn Formation in Montana. Zootaxa 3530: 25–34. [30 October]

Hardy, D.E. 1960. Diptera Nematocera—Brachycera (except Dolichopodidae). Insects of Hawaii 10:1–368. [31 March]

[Dated from information supplied by the publisher.]

Hardy, D.E. 1971. A new Plecia (Diptera: Bibionidae) from Mexican amber. University of California Publications in Entomology 63: 65–67. [16 July]

Hardy, D.E. 1973. Family Bibionidae, pp. 434–442. In: Hardy, D.E. & M.D. Delfinado, eds., A catalog of the Diptera of the Oriental Region. Volume I. Suborder Nematocera. University Press of Hawaii, Honolulu. [vii] + 618 pp. [26 June]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2008b).]

Hardy, D.E. 1977. Family Tephritidae (Trypetidae, Trupaneidae), pp. 44–144 In: Delfinado, M.D. & D.E. Hardy, eds., A catalog of the Diptera of the Oriental Region. Volume III. Suborder Cyclorrhapha (excluding Division Aschiza). University Press of Hawaii, Honolulu. x + 854 pp. [4 November]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2008b).]

Hardy, J. [1850]. Notes on remedies for the turnip-fly amongst the ancients, and on the turnip fly of New Holland, with notice of a new genus and species of Diptera. History of the Berwickshire Naturalists’ Club 2(7): 359–362. [early 1850]

[A note bound with a copy in the BMNH gives the date of publication of fascicle 7 of this journal (p. 341–78) as 1850. Fascicles 1–6 were published in 1849.]

Harnisch, O. 1923. Metamorphose und System der Gattung Cryptochironomus K. s.l. Ein Beitrag zum Problem der Differenzierung der Entwicklungsstande der Chironomiden. Zoologischer Jahrbucher (Abteilung für die Systematik, Geographie und Biologie der Tiere) 47: 271–308. [3 November]

Harris, A.C. 1983. An Eocene larval insect fossil (Diptera: Bibionidae) from North Otago, New Zealand. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 13: 93–105. [September]

Harris, M. [?1780]. An exposition of English insects, with curious observations and remarks, wherein each insect is particularly described; its parts and properties considered; the different sexes distinguished, and the natural history faithfully related. The whole illustrated with copper plates, drawn, engraved, and coloured, by the author. [Decads III & IV.] Robson Co., London. pp. 73–138 + [4]. [after 24 December 1779]

[Issued in decads. Decads 3 and 4 were issued together. The latest plate in these decads is dated 24 December 1779. Title and text are in English and French. See Lisney (1960) for dating and pagination.]

Hartig, T. 1839. Entomologische Notizen. Jahrbuch der Fortschritte der Forstwissenschaft und forstlichen Naturkunde 1(4): 640–646. [31 December]

[The full title of the journal, which was edited by Hartig, is “Jahrbuch der Fortschritte der Forstwissenschaft und forstlichen Naturkunde im Jahre 1836 un 1837 nebst Original-bhandlungen aus dem Gebiete dieser Wissenschaften. Eine Zeitschrift für Forstleute, Waldbesitzer, und Cameralisten.”]

Hauser, M. 2007a. The identity of the fossil Psilocephala tarsalis (Statz, 1940) (Diptera: Asiloidea). Zootaxa 1465: 65–68. [3 May]

Hauser, M. 2007b. Baltic amber Therevidae and Apsilocephalidae (Diptera). Studia Dipterologica 14(1): 37–59. [20 December]

Hauser, M. & Irwin, M.E. 2005a. A new remarkable Xestomyzinae (Insecta, Diptera, Therevidae) genus from Mexican amber. Zootaxa 1008: 39–45. [14 June]

Hauser, M. & Irwin, M.E. 2005b.  Fossil Therevidae (Insecta: Diptera) from Florissant, Colorado (Upper Eocene). Journal of Systematic Paleontology 3(4): 393–401. [30 November]

Hauser, M. & Winterton, S.L. 2007. A new fossil genus of small-headed flies (Diptera: Acroceridae: Philopotinae) from Baltic amber. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 100(2): 152–156. [March]

Heer, O. 1849. Die Insektenfauna der Tertiärgebilde von Oeningen und von Radoboj in Croatien. Zweite Theil: Heuschrecken, Florfliegen, Aderflügler, Schmetterlinge und Fliegen. W. Engelmann, Leipzig. iv + 264 pp. [after 10 June]

[The preface is dated 10 June. Also published, 1850, in Neue Denkschrift der Allgemeine Schweizerischen Gesellschaft der Naturwissenschaften 11: 1–264.]

Heer, O. 1856. Ueber die fossilen Insecten von Aix in der Provence. Vierteljahrsschrift der Naturforschenden Gesellschaft in Zürich 1: 1–40. [April]

Heer, O. 1861. Recherches sur le climat et la végétation du pays tertiaire. Wurster & Co., Winterthur; Cherbuliez, Paris. xxii + 220 pp. [31 December+]

Heer, O. 1864. Die Urwelt der Schweiz. F. Schultheß, Zürich. [Lfg. 7–11.] Pp. 289–496. [18 August]

[Published in 13 Lieferungen, 1864–1865. Pages 289–496 and pls. 9–10 of 11 plates appeared in 18 August 1864 according to the advertisement in Hinrichs; pp. i–xxix, 497–622 and plate 11 appeared in 1865.]

Hein, L. 1954. Larve der Waffenfliege Eulalia spec. im Dysodil des Randecker Maars. Geologie (Berlin) 3: 644–45. [31 December+]

Helm, O. 1896. Beiträge zur Kenntniss der Insekten des Bernsteins. Schriften der Naturforschenden Gesellschaft in Danzig (N.F.) 9: 220–231. [31 December+]

Hemming, A.F. 1945. On the importance of facsimile reproductions of rare works of importance in systematic zoology, with special reference to Meigen (J. G.), 1800, Nouvelle classification des mouches à deux ailes. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 1: 119–160. [25 September]

[Pages 121–60 are a facsimile reproduction of Meigen, 1800.]

Hendel, F. 1908. Nouvelle classification des mouches à deux ailes (Diptera L.). D’après un plan tout nouveau par J.G. Meigen, Paris, an VIII (1800 vés.). Verhandlungen der Zoologisch-Botanischen Gesellschaft in Wien 58: 43–69. [22 April]

Hendel, F. 1910. Ueber die Nomenklatur der Acalyptratengattungen nach Th. Beckers Katalog der paläarktischen Dipteren, Bd. 4. Wiener Entomologische Zeitung 29: 307–313. [15 December]

Hendel, F. 1911. Diptera. Fam. Muscaridae. Subfam. Richardiinae. In: Wytsman, P. (ed.), Genera insectorum. Fasc. 113. V. Verteneuil & L. Desmet, Bruxelles [= Brussels]. 56 pp. [9 September]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1994a: 56).]

Hendel, F. 1914. Die Gattungen der Bohrfliegen. (Analytische Übersicht aller bisher bekannten Gattungen der Tephritinae.). Wiener Entomologische Zeitung 33: 73–98. [30 April]

Hendel, F. 1920. Die paläarktischen Agromyziden (Dipt.). (Prodromus einer Monographie). Archiv für Naturgeschichte (A) 84(7): 109–174. [April]

Hendel, F. 1923. Neue europäische Melanagromyza-Arten (Dipt.). (5. Beitrag zur Blattminenkunde Europas). Konowia 2: 142–145. [1 September]

Hennig, W. 1938. Die Gattung Rhachicerus Walker und ihre Verwandten im baltischen Bernstein (Dipt.). Zoologische Anzeiger 123: 33–41. [15 July]

Hennig, W. 1954. Flügelgeäder und System der Dipteren unter Berücksichtigung der aus dem Mesozoikum beschriebenen Fossilien. Beiträge zur Entomologie 4: 245–388. [September]

Hennig, W. 1965. Die Acalyptratae des baltischen Bernsteins und ihre Bedeutung für die Erforschung der phylogenetischen Entwicklung dieser Dipteren-Gruppe. Stuttgarter Beiträg zur Naturkunde 145: 1–215. [5 August]

Hennig, W. 1966a. Fannia scalaris Fabricius, eine rezente Art im baltischen Bernstein? (Diptera: Muscidae). Stuttgarter Beiträg zur Naturkunde 150: 1–12. [1 April]

Hennig, W. 1966b. Dixidae aus dem baltischen Bernstein, mit Bemerkungen über einige andere fossile Arten aus der Gruppe Culicoides (Diptera Nematocera). Stuttgarter Beiträg zur Naturkunde 153: 1–16. [1 June]

Hennig, W. 1966c. Conopidae im baltischen Bernstein (Diptera; Cyclorrhapha). Stuttgarter Beiträg zur Naturkunde 154: 1–24. [1 June]

Hennig, W. 1966d. Spinnenparasiten der Familie Acroceridae im baltischen Bernstein. Stuttgarter Beiträg zur Naturkunde 165: 1–21. [1 November]

Hennig, W. 1966e. Bombyliidae im Kopal und im baltischen Bernstein (Diptera: Brachycera). Stuttgarter Beiträg zur Naturkunde 166: 1–20. [1 November]

Hennig, W. 1967a. Die sogenannten “niederen Brachycera” im baltischen Bernstein (Diptera: Fam. Xylophagidae, Xylomyidae, Rhagionidae, Tabanidae). Stuttgarter Beiträg zur Naturkunde 174: 1–51. [1 June]

Hennig, W. 1967b. Neue Acalyptratae aus dem baltischen Bernstein (Diptera: Cyclorrhapha). Stuttgarter Beiträg zur Naturkunde 175: 1–27. [5 July]

Hennig, W. 1967c. Therevidae aus dem baltischen Bernstein mit einigen Bemerkungen über Asilidae und Bombyliidae (Diptera, Brachycera). Stuttgarter Beiträg zur Naturkunde 176: 1–14. [20 July]

Hennig, W. 1968. Ein weiterer Vertreter der Familie Acroceridae im baltischen Bernstein (Diptera: Brachycera). Stuttgarter Beiträg zur Naturkunde 185: 1–6. [5 September]

Hennig, W. 1969a. Neue Übersicht über die aus dem baltischen Bernstein bekannten Acalyptratae (Diptera: Cyclorrhapha). Stuttgarter Beiträg zur Naturkunde 209: 1–42. [20 November]

Hennig, W. 1969b. Kritische Betrachtungen über die phylogenetische Bedeutung von Bernsteinfossilien: die Gattungen Proplatypygus (Diptera, Bombyliidae) und Palaeopsylla (Siphonaptera). Memoria della Società Entomologica Italiana 48: 57–67. [30 December]

Hennig, W. 1969c. Die Stammesgeschichte der Insekten. W. Cramer, Frankfurt a.M. 436 pp. [31 December+]

Hennig, W. 1970. Insektenfossilien aus der unteren Kreide. II. Empididae (Diptera, Brachycera). Stuttgarter Beiträg zur Naturkunde 214: 1–12. [10 April]

Hennig, W. 1971a. Neue Untersuchungen über die Familien der Diptera Schizophora (Diptera: Cyclorrhapha). Stuttgarter Beiträg zur Naturkunde 226: 1–76. [15 February]

Hennig, W. 1971b. Insektenfossilien aus der unteren Kreide. III. Empidiformia (“Microphorinae”) aus der unteren Kreide und aus dem baltischen Bernstein; ein Vertreter der Cyclorrhapha aus der unteren Kreide. Stuttgarter Beiträg zur Naturkunde 232: 1–28. [15 December]

Hennig, W. 1971c. Die Familien Pseudopomyzidae und Milichiidae im baltischen Bernstein (Diptera: Cyclorrhapha). Stuttgarter Beiträg zur Naturkunde 233: 1–16. [15 December]

Hennig, W. 1972. Insektenfossilien aus der unteren Kreide. IV. Psychodidae (Phlebotominae), mit einer Übersicht über das phylogenetische System der Familie und die bisher beschriebenen Fossilien (Diptera). Stuttgarter Beiträg zur Naturkunde 241: 1–69. [1 August]

Hennig, W. 1973. 31. Diptera (Zweiflügler). In: Helmcke, J.-G., D. Stark & H. Wermuth (eds.), Handbuch der Zoologie. Eine Naturgeschichte der Stämme des Tierreichs. IV. Band: Arthropoda—2. Hälfte: Insecta. Zweite Auflage. 2. teil: Spezielles. W. De Gruyter, Berlin. [3] + 337 pp. [October]

Henriksen, K.L. 1922. Eocene insects from Denmark. Danmarks Geologiske Undersøgelese København 2(37): 1–36. [24 June]

[Dated from information in Alexander (1927: 273).]

Henwood, A.A. 1992a. Exceptional preservation of dipteran flight muscle and the taphonomy of insects in amber. Palaios 7: 203–212. [June]

Henwood, A.A. 1992b. Soft-part preservation of beetles in Tertiary amber from the Dominican Republic. Palaeontology 35: 901–912. [22 November]

Henwood, A.A. 1993. Ecology and taphonomy of Dominican Republic amber and its inclusions. Lethaia 26: 237–245. [15 December]

Hering, M. 1930. Eine Agromyziden-Mine aus dem Tertiär. (Dipt. Agromyz.). Deutsche Entomologische Zeitschrift 1930: 63–64. [April]

Herting, B. 1984. Catalogue of Palearctic Tachinidae (Diptera). Stuttgarter Beiträg zur Naturkunde (A) 369: 1–228. [30 November]

Heyden, C.H.G. von. 1856. Reste von Insekten aus der Braunkohle von Salzhausen und Westerburg. Palaeontographica 4(6): 198–201. [July]

Heyden, C.H.G. von. 1858. Fossile Insekten aus der Braunkohle der Sieblos. (Coleopt., Hemipt., Hymenopt., Dipter.). Palaeontographica 5: 115–120. [June]

Heyden, C.H.G. von. 1859. Fossile Insekten aus der rheinischen Braunkohle. Palaeontographica 8: 1–15. [October]

Heyden, C.H.G. von. 1862. Gliederthiere aus der Braunkohle des Niederrhein’s, der Wetterau und der Röhn. Palaeontographica 10: 62–82. [April]

Heyden, C.H.G. von & L.F.J.D. von Heyden. 1865a. Bibioniden aus der rheinischen Braunkohle von Rott. Palaeontographica 14: 19–30. [January]

Heyden, C.H.G. von & L.F.J.D. von Heyden. 1865b. Fossile Insekten aus Braunkohle von Rott. Palaeontographica 14: 31–35. [January]

Heyden, C.H.G. von & L.F.J.D. von Heyden. 1866. Dipteren-Larve aus dem Tertiär-Thon von Nieder-Flörscheim in Rhein-Hessen. Palaeontographica 15: 157. [June]

Heyden, L.F.J.D. von. 1870. Fossile Dipteren aus der Braunkohle von Rott im Siebengebirge. Palaeontographica 17: 237–266. [October]

Heyng, A.M. & Gregor, H.-J. 2011. Besondere Neufunde aus miozänen Mergeln der Oberen Sußwassermolasse von Pfaffenzell bei Augsberg — Farn, Moos, und Insektenreste. Documenta Naturae 184: 105–113. [31 December+]

Hippa, H. 2010. Review of the genus Paramanota Tuomikoski (Diptera, Mycetophilidae), with the description of new fossil and recent species. Zootaxa 2618: 47–60. [20 September]

Hippa, H. & Vilkamaa, P. 2005. The genus Sciarotricha gen. n. (Sciaridae) and the phylogeny of recent and fossil Sciaroidea (Diptera). Insect Systematics & Evolution 36(2): 121–143. [June]

Hoffeins, C., Hoffeins, H.W. & Wagner, R. 1998. Description of a Heleodromia-species (Diptera, Empididae, Hemerodromiinae) from the Bitterfeld amber. [Beschreibung einer Art der Gattung Heleodromia (Diptera, Empididae, Hemerodromiinae) aus dem Bitterfelder Bernstein] Studia Dipterologica 4(2)[1997]: 441–446. [16 February]

Hoffeins C., Hoffeins H.W., and Jaschhof M. 2011. First record of Antlemon Loew (Diptera: Keroplatidae) in Baltic amber. Studia Dipterologica 17(1/2)[2010]: 143–149. [19 December]

Hoffeins, C. & Rung, A. 2005. Procyamops succini, a new genus and new species of Periscelididae (Diptera, Brachycera ) from Baltic amber (Tertiary, Eocene). Studia Dipterologica 12(1): 23–27. [25 November]

Hoffeins, C. & Woznica, A.J. 2013. Description of a new species Eupseudopomyza szadziewskii sp. n. and redescription of E. kuehnei Hennig, 1971 from Eocene Baltic amber (Diptera: Pseudopomyzidae). Polskie Pismo Entomologiszne 82: 317–325. [31 December]

Hoffeins, H.-W. & Hoffeins, C. 1995. Erstfund von Nymphomyiidae im Baltischen Bernstein. Fossilien 4: 207–210. [31 December+]

Holmgren, A.E. 1869. Bidrag til kännedomen om Beeren Eilands och Spetsbergens Insekt-Fauna. Kongliga Svenska Vetenskapsakademiens Handlingar 8(5): 1–56. [10 March]

Hong You-chong. 1981. 始新世化石昆虫纲双翅目抚顺煤田的琥珀. Eocene fossil Diptera Insecta in amber of Fushun coalfield. Geologicol [sic] Publ. House, Beijing. [vi] + 166 pp. [May]

[In Chinese with English summary.]

Hong You-chong. 1982. 酒泉盆地甘肃省中生代昆虫化石. Mesozoic fossil insects of Jiuquan Basin in Gansu Province. Geological Publ. House, Beijing. 187 pp. [May]

[In Chinese.]

Hong You-chong. 1983. 中国北方中侏罗世昆虫化石. Middle Jurassic fossil insects in North China. Geological Publ. House, Beijing. 223 pp. [September]

[In Chinese.]

Hong You-chong. 1984a. Fossil insects in the diatoms of Shanwang. Bull. Tianjin Inst. Geol. Min. Resources 8: 1–11. (Early 1984)

Hong You-chong. 1984b. Class Insecta, pp. 128–85. In: Tianjin Institute of Geology and Mineral Resources (ed.), Paleontological atlas of north China. II. Mesozoic. Geological Publ. House, Beijing. 384 pp. [31 December+]

Hong You-chong. 1985. 昆虫化石蝎子和蜘蛛山旺的硅藻. [Fossil insects scorpionids and araneids, in the diatoms of Shanwang]. Geological Publishing House, Beijing. 80 pp. [31 December+]

[In Chinese.]

Hong You-chong. 1992a. The study of early Cretaceous Coieoptera, Raphidioptera, Diptera (Insecta) of Kezuo, West Liaoning Province. Acta Geologica Gansu 1(1): 1–13. [January]

Hong You-chong. 1992b. On the homonyms of four generic names for fossil insects. Memoirs of the Beijing Natural History Museum 51: 51–53. [31 December+]

Hong You-chong. 1995. Fossil insects of the southern Ordos Basin. Acta Geologica Gansu 4(1): 1–13. [19 April]

Hong You-chong. 1996. A new genus Huaxiarhyphus gen. nov. (Diptera, Rhyphoidea) from the Houcheng Formation, Hebei Province. Memoirs of Beijing Natural History Museum 55, 47–53. [December]

Hong You-chong. 2002a. 中国的琥珀昆虫. Amber insects of China. Beijing Science and Technology Press, Beijing. 653 pp., 48 pls. [early 2002]

[In Chinese.]

Hong You-chong. 2002b. 的中国琥珀昆虫图册. Atlas of amber insects of China. Henan Scientific and Technological Publishing House, Zhengzhou, China. 394 pp. [August]

[In Chinese.]

Hong, You-chong & Guo Xin-rong 2003. Two new Middle Triassic genera and species of Mesopanorodidae from Shaanxi (Insecta, Mecoptera). Acta Zootaxonomica Sinica 28(4): 716–720. [October]

Hong You-chong, Guo Xin-rong & Ren Dong. 2000. A new genus-Eopalpomyitis gen. nov. from Eoccene Fushun amber and discussion of its taxonomic position. Acta Parasitologica et Medica Entomologica Sinica 7(4): 225–234. [December]

Hong You-chong, Sun Xiang-jun, Yang Zi-qiang, Du Nai-qiu, Wang Shi-tao, Sun Meng-rong & Li You-gui. 1980. 辽宁抚顺煤田地层及其古生物群研究. [Research on the stratigraphy and paleontology of the Fushun coalfield, Liaoning Province]. Science Press, Beijing. 98 pp. [January]

[In Chinese.]

Hong You-chong & Wang Wen-li. 1985. 山东省山旺中国中新世双翅目膜翅目(昆虫纲).  Miocene Diptera and Hymenoptera (Insecta) of Shanwang, Shandong Province, China. Memoirs of the Beijing Natural History Museum 31: 1–22. [October]

[In Chinese with English summary.]

Hong You-chong & Wang Wen-li. 1987. Miocene Embioptera and Coleoptera (Insecta) of Shanwang, Shandong Province, China. Professional Papers on Stratigraphy and Palaeontology 17: 257–262. [31 December+]

Hong You-chong & Wang Wen-li. 1988. Sinolestinae, an early Cretaceous new subfamily of Platypezidae (Insecta: Diptera) from Laiyang Basin, Shandong Province. Geoscience 2: 386–392 [March]

Hong You-chong & Wang Wen-li. 1990. Fossil insects from the Laiyang Basin, Shandong Province, pp. 44–189. In: Regional Geological Surveying Team, The stratigraphy and palaeontology of Laiyang Basin, Shandong Province. Shandong Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, China. 255 pp. [October]

[In Chinese with English summary.]

Hong You-chong, Wang Zhi-bin & Sun Wei-hun. 1992. The stratigraphy and fossil insects of Zhongguan Basin, Hebei Province. Memoirs of Beijing Natural History Museum 51(3): 20–36. [March]

Hong You-chong, Yang Zi-qiang, Wang Shi-tao, Wang Si-en, Li Yougui, Sun Meng-rong, Sun Xiang-jun & Du Nai-qiu 1974. 地层学和抚顺煤场辽宁省古生物. [Stratigraphy and palaeontology of Fushun coal-field, Liaoning Province.] Acta Geologica Sinica 48: 113–150. [November]

[In Chinese.]

Hope, F.W. 1847. Descrizione di alcune specie d’insetti fossili. Annali dellAccademia degli Aspiranti Naturalisti di Napoli (2) 2: 1–7. [31 December+]

Huang Di-ying & Lin Qi-bin. 2007. A new soldier fly (Diptera, Stratiomyidae) from the Lower Cretaceous of Liaoning Province, northeast China. Cretaceous Research 28(2): 317–321. [April]

Huang Di-ying, Nel, A., Cai Chen-yang, Lin Qi-bin & Engel, M.S. 2013. Amphibious flies and paedomorphism in the Jurassic period. Nature 495: 94–97. [7 March]

Hull, F.M. 1938. Family Syrphidae, pp. 116–117. In: Carpenter, F.M., T.E. Snyder, C.P. Alexander, M.T. James & F.M. Hull, Fossil insects from the Creede formation, Colorado. Part 1. Introduction, Neuroptera, Isoptera and Diptera. Psyche 45: 105–119. [September]

Hull, F.M. 1945. A revisional study of the fossil Syrphidae. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology 95: 251–355. [April]

Hull, F.M. [1958]. Tertiary flies from Colorado and the Baltic amber. Psyche 64[1957]: 37–45. [1 May]

Hull, F.M. 1960. A new genus and four new species of fossil Diptera from Montana and Colorado. Contributions of the Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan 15: 269–279. [31 August]

Hull, F.M. 1962. Robber flies of the world. The genera of the family Asilidae. Bulletin of the United States National Museum 224: i–x, 1–430; i–v, 431–907. [25 June]

[Dated from the Smithsonian Yearbook for 1971.]

Hull, F.M. 1973. Bee flies of the world. The genera of the family Bombyliidae. Bulletin of the United States Natiuonal Museum 286: 1–687. [12 November]

[Dated from the Smithsonian Yearbook for 1973.]

Hurd, P.D., Jr., R.F. Smith & J.W. Durham. 1962. The fossiliferous amber of Chiapas, México. Ciencia 21: 107–118. [10 January]

Hutson, A.M. 1977. A revision of the families Synneuridae and Canthyloscelidae (Diptera). Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) (Entomological Series) 35: 67–100. [27 January]

Hutson, A.M. & R. Vane-Wright. 1969. Corrections and additions to the list of British Nematocera (Diptera) since Kloet and Hincks’ A check list of the British insects (1945). Part 1: Introduction and families Tipulidae, Trichoceridae and Anisopodidae (Tipuloidea). Entomologist’s Gazette 20: 231–256. [24 October]

 

 

 

Ibañez-Bernal, S., Solórzano Kraemer, M., Stebner, F. & Wagner, R. 2013. A new fossil species of Phlebotominae sand fly from Miocene amber of Chiapas, Mexico (Diptera: Psychodidae). Paläontologisches Zeitschrift [DOI: 10.1007/s12542-013-0191-3]: [1–7]. [23 July] [electronic publication date and pagination]

Imperial Institute of Entomology 1944. Insecta, pp. 1–235. In: Smith, M. (ed.), The zoological record. Volume the eightieth being the records of zoological literature relating chiefly to the year 1943. Zoological Society, London. [September]

[See Evenhuis et al. 2008. for details on type-designations in the Zoological Record after 1930.]

[Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region Bureau of Geology]. 1976. 中国北方内蒙古古生物图册. [Palaeontological Atlas of north China. Inner Mongolia.] Volume 2. Geological Publishing House, Beijing. 261 pp. [June]

[In Chinese.]

International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature. 1925 Opinion 82. Suspension of rules for Musca Linnaeus, 1758A, type M. domestica, pp. 1–7. In: Opinions rendered by the International Commission on Zoological nomenclature. Opinions 82 to 90. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections 73(3): 1–40. [16 December]

International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature. 1954a. Opinion 228. Rejection for nomenclatorial purposes of Geoffroy, 1762, “Histoire abrégée des insectes qui de trouvent aux environs de Paris.” Opinions and Declarations of the International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature 4: 209–220. [21 April]

International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature. 1954b. Opinion 256. Emendation to “Phlebotomus” of the generic name “Flebotomus” Rondani, 1840 (Class Insecta, Order Diptera) under the plenary powers. Opinions and Declarations of the International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature 5: 199–229. [10 August]

International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature. 1955. Opinion 348. Suppression under the plenary powers of the generic name “Titania” Meigen, 1800, for the purpose of validating the generic name “Chlorops” Meigen, 1803 (Class Insecta, Order Diptera). Opinions and Declarations of the International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature 10: 421–436. [27 June]

International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature. 1957a. Opinion 441. Validation under the plenary powers of the names for five genera in the Order Diptera (Class Insecta) published in 1762 by Geoffroy (E.L.) in the work entitled “Histoire abrégée des insectes qui se trouvent aux environs de Paris.” (Opinion supplementary to Opinion 228.). Opinions and Declarations of the International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature 15: 83–120. [29 January]

International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature. 1957b. Opinion 442. Validation under the plenary powers of the generic name “Stratiomys” Geoffroy, 1762 (Class Insecta, Order Diptera). Opinions and Declarations of the International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature 15: 121–162. [29 January]

International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature. 1958a. Opinion 526. Direction that Lestodiplosis be treated as the valid original spelling for the generic name published in Kieffer in 1894 both with the above spelling and with the spelling Leptodiplosis (Class Insecta, Order Diptera). Opinions and Declarations of the International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature 19: 291–300. [15 October]

International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature. 1958b. Opinion 531. Validation under the plenary powers of the generic name Campsicnemus Haliday, 1851 (Class Insecta, Order Diptera). Opinions and Declarations of the International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature 19: 349–360. [29 October]

International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature. 1959a. Opinion 547. Designation under the plenary powers of a type-species in harmony with accustomed usage for the nominal genus ‘Anopheles’ Meigen, 1818 (Class Insecta, Order Diptera). Opinions and Declarations of the International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature 20: 153–164. [20 March]

International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature. 1959b. Opinion 548. Validation under the plenary powers of the generic name “Toxorhynchites” Theobald (Class Insecta, Order Diptera), as published in 1901 in the “Journal of Tropical Medicine.” Opinions and Declarations of the International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature 20: 167–174. [20 March]

International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature. 1959c. Opinion 550. Suppression under the plenary powers of the generic name “Taeniorhynchus” Lynch Arribálzaga, 1891, for the purpose of protecting the generic name “Mansonia” Blanchard, 1901 (Class Insecta, Order Diptera), and matters relating to other names in the same class and in the Class Aves incidental thereto. Opinions and Declarations of the International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature 20: 185–198. [14 April]

International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature. 1961. Opinion 616. Tanytarsus van der Wulp, 1874 (Insecta, Diptera). Designation of a type-species under the plenary powers. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 18: 361–362. [17 November]

International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature. 1963. Opinion 678. The suppression under the plenary powers of the pamphlet published by Meigen, 1800. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 20: 339–342. [21 October]

International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature. 1970. Opinion 929. Lasioptera Meigen, 1818 (Insecta, Diptera). Preservation under the plenary powers in its accustomed meaning. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 27: 95–96. [10 August]

International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature. 1982. Opinion 1213. Toxorhynchites brevipalpis Theobald, 1901 (Insecta, Diptera): conserved. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 39: 122–123. [15 June]

International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature. 1986. Opinion 1399. Cochliomyia Townsend, 1915 (Diptera, Calliphoridae): conserved. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 43: 154–155. [9 July]

International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature. 1988. Opinion 1476. Agromyza Fallén, 1810 (Insecta, Diptera): Agromyza reptans Fallén, 1823 designated as the type species. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 45: 76. [25 March]

International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature. 1989. Opinion 1545. Glabellula Bezzi, 1902 (Insecta, Diptera): Platygaster arctica Zetterstedt, 1838, designated as type species. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 46: 148. [23 June]

International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature. 1991. Opinion 1632. Exoprosopa Macquart, 1840 (Insecta, Diptera): Anthrax pandora Fabricius, 1805 confirmed as the type species. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 48: 82. [26 March]

International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature. 1993a. Opinion 1744. Cheilosia Meigen, 1822 and Pyrophaena Schiner, 1860 (Insecta, Diptera): conserved. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 50: 251–252 [September]

International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature. 1993b. Opinion 1747. Eristalis Latreille, 1804, Helophilus Fabricius, 1805, Xylota Meigen, 1822, and Eumerus Meigen, 1822 (Insecta, Diptera): conserved. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 50: 256–258. [September]

International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature. 1997. Opinion 1881. Stilpon Loew, 1859 (Insecta, Diptera): conserved. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 54(3): 200. [September]

International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature. 1999. International Code of Zoological Nomenclature. Fourth Edition. International Trust for Zoological Nomenclature, London. xxix + 306 pp.

 

 

 

Jaennicke, F. 1867. Neue exotische Dipteren. Abhandlungen der Senckenbergische Naturforschenden Gesellschaft 6: 311–407. [November]

[This was reprinted, 1868, as “Neue exotische Dipteren aus den Museen zu Frankfurt a. M. und Darmstadt, ” 99 pp. The author’s full initials are J.F.]

James, M.T. 1932. A new Eocene syrphid from Colorado, Diptera. The Canadian Entomologist 64: 264. [26 November]

James, M.T. 1937. A preliminary review of certain families of Diptera from the Florissant Miocene beds. Journal of Paleontology 11: 241–247. [April]

James, M.T. 1938. Family Bibionidae, pp. 114–116. In: Carpenter, F.M., T.E. Snyder, C.P. Alexander, M.T. James & F.M. Hull, Fossil insects from the Creede formation, Colorado. Part 1. Introduction, Neuroptera, Isoptera and Diptera. Psyche 45: 105–119. [September].

James, M.T. 1939. A preliminary review of certain families of Diptera from the Florissant Miocene beds. II. Journal of Paleontology 13: 42–48. [January]

James, M.T. 1941. The robber flies of Colorado (Diptera, Asilidae). Journal of the Kansas Entomology Society 14: 27–36, 37–53.

[Publication split: pp. 27–36 [January]; pp. 37–53 [April].]

James, M.T. 1971. A stratiomyid fly (Diptera) from the amber of Chiapas, Mexico. University of California Publications in Entomology 63: 71–73. [16 July]

Jarzembowski, E.A. 1978. The fly in time. The fossil record of the Order Diptera, pp. 250–252. In: Stubbs, A. & Chandler, P. (eds.), A dipterist’s handbook. Amateur Entomologist Society, London. ix + 255 pp. [31 December+]

Jarzembowski, E.A. 1984. Early Cretaceous insects from southern England. Modern Geology 9: 71–93. [31 December+]

Jarzembowski, E.A. 1989. A century plus of fossil insects. Proceedings of the Geological Association 100: 433–449. [31 December+]

Jarzembowski, E.A. 1991. New insects from the Weald clay of the Weald. Proceedings of the Geological Society of London 102: 93–108.

Jarzembowski, E.A. 1996. Towards a revision of Purbeck insects: Protogryllus, Panorpidium, Pleciomyia and Prohousea nom. nov. Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society 117[1995]: 155–157. [early 1996]

Jarzembowski, E.A., Azar, D. & Nel, A. 2008. A new chironomid (Insecta: Diptera) from Wealden amber (Lower Cretaceous) of the Isle of Wight (UK). Geologica Acta 6(3) 285–291.

Jarzembowski, E.A. & Coram, R.A. 1997. New fossil insect records from the Purbeck of Dorset and the Wealden of the Weald. Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society 118[1996]: 119–124. [June]

Jarzembowski, E.A. & Mostovski, M.B. 2000. A new species of Sinonemestrius (Diptera: Brachycera) from the weald clay (Lower Cretaceous, southern England), with a discussion of its affinities and stratigraphical implications. Cretaceous Research 21(6): 761–765. [December]

Jaschhof, M. & Jaschhof, C. 2008. Catotrichinae (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae) in Tasmania, with the description of Trichotoca edentula gen. et sp. n. Zootaxa 1966: 53–61. [17 December]

Jell, P.A. & P.M. Duncan. 1986. Invertebrates, mainly insects, from the freshwater, Lower Cretaceous, Koonwarra fossil bed (Korumburra Group), South Gippsland, Victoria, pp. 111–205. In: Jell, P.A. & J. Roberts, eds., Plants and invertebrates from the Lower Cretaceous Koonwarra fossil bed, South Gippsland, Victoria. Association of Australian Paleontologists, Sydney. x + 205 pp. [31 December+]

Jentzsch, A. 1892. Führer durch die geologischen Sammlungen des Provinzialmuseums der Physikalisch-Oekonomischen Gesellschaft zu Königsberg. Koch, Königsberg. 106 pp., 2 pls. [31 December+]

Johannsen, O.A. 1905. Aquatic nematocerous Diptera II. Chironomidae, pp. 76–315. In: Needham, I.G., Morton, K.I. & Johannsen, O.A., May flies and midges of New York. Third report on aquatic insects. Bulletin of the New York State Museum 86: 7–352. [April]

[Some copies have 2 unnumbered pages of “Additions and corrections” bound with the original article, which appear to have been printed after June 1905.]

Johannsen, O. 1907. Notes on the Chironomidae. Entomological News 18: 400–402. [November]

Johannsen, O. 1909. Diptera. Fam. Mycetophilidae. Genera Insectorum 93: 1–141. [18 December]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1994a: 55).]

Johannsen, O. 1912. A Tertiary fungus gnat. American Journal of Science (4) 34: 140. [August]

Johnson, C.W. 1903. A new genus and four new species of Asilidae. Psyche 10: 111–114. [15 June]

Johnston, J.E. & Borkent, A. 1998. Chaoborus Lichtenstein (Diptera: Chaoboridae) pupae from the Middle Miocene of Mississippi. Journal of Paleontology 72(3): 491–493. [May]

 

 

 

Kaddumi, H.F. 2005a. The amber of Jordan. The oldest prehistoric insects in fossilized resin. Eternal River Museum of Natural History, Amman. 168 pp. [before September]

Kaddumi, H.F. 2005b. The amber of Jordan. The oldest prehistoric insects in fossilized resin. Second edition. Eternal River Museum of Natural History, Amman. 224 pp. [September]

Kaddumi, H.F. 2007. The amber of Jordan. The oldest prehistoric insects in fossilized resin. Third edition. Eternal River Museum of Natural History, Amman. 298 pp. [October]

Kalugina, N.S. 1974. [Changes in the subfamily composition of chironomids (Diptera, Chironomidae) as indicators of a possible eutrophication of bodies of water during the Late Mesozoic]. Byulleten' Moskovskogo Obshchestva Ispytateley Prirody, otdel Biologii 79: 45–56. [31 December+]

[In Russian.]

Kalugina, N.S. 1976. Номера для мокрецы из подсемейства Diamesinae (Diptera, Chironomidae) из верхнего мела Таймыре. [Non-biting midges of the subfamily Diamesinae (Diptera, Chironomidae) from the Upper Cretaceous of the Taimyr]. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 1976(1): 87–93. [24 February]

[In Russian; English translation, 1976, in Paleontological Journal 10(1): 78–83.]

Kalugina, N.S. 1980a. Комары о Xаоборидае и хирономид из нижнемеловых отложений озера Manlay. [Mosquitoes of the Chaoboridae and Chironimidae of the sediments of Lake Manlay.] Trudy Sovmestnaya Sovetsko–Mongol’skaya Paleontologicheskaya Ekpeditsiya 13: 62–65. [after 9 September]

[In Russian; date sent to the printer.]

Kalugina, N.S. 1980b. Cretaceous Aphroteniinae from North Siberia (Diptera, Chironomidae) Electrotenia brundini gen. nov sp. nov. Acta Universitatis Carolinae (Biologica) 1978: 89–93. [December]

Kalugina, N.S. 1986. Инфраотрядов типуломорф и Xулицоморпха. [Infraorders Tipulomorpha and Culicomorpha]. In: Insects in the early Cretaceous ecosystems of western Mongolia. Trudy Sovmestnaya Sovetsko–Mongol’skaya Paleontologicheskaya Ekpeditsiya 28: 112–125. [after 1 April]

[In Russian; date sent to the printer.]

Kalugina, N.S. 1988. [Mesozoic Diptera Psychodomorpha and Tipulomorpha (Tanyderidae, Eoptychopteridae, Limoniidae: Diptera)]. In: New species of fossil invertebrates of Mongolia. Trudy Sovmestnaya Sovetsko–Mongol’skaya Paleontologicheskaya Ekpeditsiya 33: 81–88. [after 20 June]

[In Russian; date sent to the printer.]

Kalugina, N.S. 1989. New Mesozoic psychodomorph dipteran insects from Siberia (Diptera: Eoptychopteridae, Ptychopteridae). Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 1989(1): 65–77. [31 January]

[In Russian; English translation, 1990, in Paleontological Journal 23(1): 62–73.]

Kalugina, N.S. 1991. New Mesozoic Simuliidae and Leptoconopidae and the origin of bloodsucking in the lower dipteran insects. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 1991(1): 69–80. [In Russian.] [January]

[English translation, 1992, in Paleontological Journal 25 (1): 66–77.]

Kalugina, N.S. 1992. Psychodomorphian Diptera from the Jurassic of Mongolian Altai (Diptera: Tanyderidae, Eoptychopteridae). Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 1992(3): 110–113. [March]

[In Russian; English translation, 1993, in Paleontological Journal 26 (3): 142–46.]

Kalugina, N.S. 1993. Xаоборидс и хирономиды от мезозоя Восточного Забайкалья. [Chaoborids and chironomids from the Mesozoic of eastern Transbaikalia]. Trudy Paleontologicheskii Instituta 252: 117–139. [31 December+]

[In Russian]

Kalugina, N.S. & V.G. Kovalev. 1985. Двукрылых насекомых юрского Сибири. [Dipterous insects of Jurassic Siberia]. Paleontological Institute, Akademia Nauk, Moscow. 198 pp. [2 October]

[In Russian.]

Kania, I. & Krzemiński, W. 2012. A new species of Palaeopoecilostola Meunier, 1899 (Diptera: Limoniidae) from Eocene Baltic amber. Zootaxa 3495: 42–56. [24 September]

Kania, I., Krzemiński, W. & Azar, D. 2013b. The oldest representative of Helius Lepeletier & Serville 1828 (Diptera: Limoniidae) from Lebanese amber (Early Cretaceous). Insect Systematics & Evolution 44: 231–238.

Kania, I., Krzemiński, W. & Gil, A. 2011. Revision of the genus Palaeopoecilostola Meunier, 1899 (Diptera: Limoniidae) from Baltic amber (Upper Eocene). Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 80: 747–764. [31 December]

Kania, I. & Nel, A. 2013. New fossil Tipulidae from the volcano-sedimentary Latest Oligocene of Bes-Konak, Turkey. Polskie Pismo Entomologiszne 82: 327–338. [31 December]

Kania, I., Penar, A. & Krzemińksa, E. 2013a. New species of Dicranomyia Stephens, 1829 from Baltic amber (Diptera: Limoniidae). Annales Zoologici 63(1): 143–148. [30 March]

Karsch, F.A. 1877. Revision der Gallmücken. Inaugural-Dissertation, welche zur Erlangung der Doctorwürde in der Philosophie mit Zustimmung der philosophischen Facultät der Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität zu Berlin am 22. December 1877 nebst den angefügten Thesen öffentlich vertheidigen Wird der Verfasser: Ferdinand Anton Franz Karsch aus Münster in Westfälen. E.C. Brunn, Münster i.w. iv + 57 pp. [22 December]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997). Published in 1878, in book form with the title, “Revision der Gallmücken”, 57 pp.]

Karsch, F.A. 1887. Dipterologisches von der Delagoabai. Entomologische Nachrichten 13: 22–26. [15 January]

Keilbach, R. 1982. Bibliographie und Liste der Arten tierscher Einschlüsse in fossilen Harzen sowie ihrer Aufbewahrungsorte. Teil 2. Deutsche Entomologische Zeitschrift (N.F.) 29: 301–491. [1 November]

Kertész, K. 1908. Catalogus dipterorum hucusque descriptorum. Volumen III. Stratiomyiidae, Erinnidae, Coenomyiidae, Tabanidae, Pantophthalmidae, Rhagionidae. Museum Nationale Hungaricum, Budapestini [= Budapest]. 366 pp. [July]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Kertész, K. 1909a. Catalogus dipterorum hucusque descriptorum. Volumen IV. Oncodidae, Nemestrinidae, Mydaidae, Apioceridae, Asilidae. Museum Nationale Hungaricum, Budapestini [= Budapest]. 349 pp. [May]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Kertész, K. 1909b. Catalogus dipterorum hucusque descriptorum. Volumen V. Bombyliidae, Therevidae, Omphralidae. Museum Nationale Hungaricum, Budapestini [= Budapest]. 199 pp. [Before September]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Kertész, K. 1909c. Catalogus dipterorum hucusque descriptorum. Volumen VI. Empididae, Dolichopodidae, Musidoridae. Museum Nationale Hungaricum, Budapestini [= Budapest]. 362 pp. [6 August]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Kertész, K. 1910. Catalogus dipterorum hucusque descriptorum. Volumen VII. Syrphidae, Dorylaidae, Phoridae, Clythiidae. Museum Nationale Hungaricum, Budapestini [= Budapest]. 470 pp. [June]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Kieffer, J.J. 1892. Mittheilungen über Gallmücken. Berliner Entomologische Zeitschrift 36: 259–266. [March]

Kieffer, J.J. 1894a. [Description des trois genres nouveaux du groupe de Diplosis]. Bulletin Bimensuel de la Société Entomologique de France 1894(2): xviii–xxix. [10 February]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2002b).]

Kieffer, J.J. 1894b. Description de quelques larves de cécidomyes [part]. Feuille des Jeunes Naturalistes 24: 83–88. [1 April]

Kieffer, J.J. 1894c. [Description des trois genres nouveaux du groupe de Diplosis]. Bulletin de la Société Entomologique de France 63: xviii–xxix. [10 April]

Kieffer, J.J. 1894d. Description de quelques larves de cécidomyes [part]. Feuille des Jeunes Naturalistes 24: 119–121. [1 June]

Kieffer, J.J. 1894e. [Une note préliminaire sur le genre Campylomyza (Dipt.)]. Bulletin Bimensuel de la Société Entomologique de France 1894(12/13): clxxv–clxxvi. [21 July]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2002b).]

Kieffer, J.J. 1894f. Sur le groupe Epidosis de la famille des cécidomyiides. Annales de la Société Entomologique de France 63: 311–336. [30 July]

Kieffer, J.J. 1894g. Über die Heteropezinae. Wiener Entomologische Zeitung 13: 200–212. [30 August]

Kieffer, J.J. 1894h. [Sur le groupe des Diplosis. Genres nouveaux]. Bulletin Bimensuel de la Société Entomologique de France 1894(20): cclxxx. [31 December]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2002b).]

Kieffer, J.J. 1895a. Ueber moosbewohnende Gallmückenlarven. Entomologische Nachrichten 21: 113–123. [15 April]

Kieffer, J.J. 1895b. [Diagnoses de cinc nouveaux genres de groupe Diplosis]. Bulletin de la Société Entomologique de France 64: cxciv–cxcv. [20 April]

Kieffer, J.J. 1895c. [Sur le groupe des Diplosis. Genres nouveaux]. Bulletin de la Société Entomologique de France 63: cclxxx. [30 May]

Kieffer, J.J. 1895d. [Une note préliminaire sur le genre Campylomyza (Dipt.)]. Bulletin de la Société Entomologique de France 63: clxxv–clxxvi. [30 May]

Kieffer, J.J. 1895e. [Changement de nom]. Bulletin de la Société Entomologique de France 64: cccxx. [19 October]

Kieffer, J.J. 1895f. Essai sur le groupe Campylomyza [part]. Miscellanea Entomologica 3: 57–63.

Kieffer, J.J. 1895g. Essai sur le groupe Campylomyza [part]. Miscellanea Entomologica 3: 73–79.

Kieffer, J.J. 1895h. Essai sur le groupe Campylomyza [part]. Miscellanea Entomologica 3: 91–97.

Kieffer, J.J. 1895i. Essai sur le groupe Campylomyza [part]. Miscellanea Entomologica 3: 109–113. [1 September]

Kieffer, J.J. 1896. Neue Beitrag zur Kenntniss der Epidosis-Gruppe. Berliner Entomologische Zeitung 41: 1–44. [“Ende” May]

Kieffer, J.J. 1898. Description d’un nouvelle genre et d’une nouvelle espèce de Sciaridae (Dipt.). Bulletin de la Société Entomologique de France 1898: 194–196. [25 May]

Kieffer, J.J. 1899. Description d’une nouveau genre et tableau des genres européens de la famille des chironomides (Dipt.). Bulletin de la Société Entomologique de France 1899: 66–70. [23 April*]

Kieffer, J.J. 1904. Nouvelles cécidomyies xylophiles. Annales de la Société Scientifique de Bruxelles 28: 367–409. [6 February*]

Kieffer, J.J. 1906. Diptera. Fam. Chironomidae. Fasc. 42. In: Wytsman, pp.A. (ed.), Genera insectorum. Privately published, Bruxelles [= Brussels]. 78 pp. [1 May]

[See Evenhuis (1994a) for details on dating of this series.]

Kieffer, J.J. 1906b. Description d’un genre nouveau et de quelques espèces nouvelles de diptères de l’Amérique du Sud. Annales de la Société Scientifique de Bruxelles (Mémoires)30: 349–358. [22 September*]

Kieffer, J.J. 1911a. Description de nouveaux chironomides de l’Indian Museum de Calcutta.Bulletin de la Société6: 113–177. [July]

Kieffer, J.J. 1911b. Nouvelles descriptions de chironomides obtenus d’éclosion. Bulletin de la Société d’Histoire Naturelle de Metz 27: 1–60. [31 December+]

Kieffer, J.J. 1911c. Nouveaux tendipédides du groupe Orthocladius (Dipt.). (1re note). Bulletin de la Socété d'Histoire Naturelle de Metz 28: 7–35. [31 December+]

Kieffer, J.J. 1912a. Neue Gallmücken-Gattungen. Published privately by the author, Bitche. 2 pp. [1 February]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997); reprinted, 1912, in Marcellia 11: x–xi.]

Kieffer, J.J. 1912b. Nouvelle contribution à la connaissance des cécidomyies. Marcellia 11: 219–235. [30 April]

Kieffer, J.J. 1913a. Nouvelle étude sur les chironomides de l’Indian Museum de Calcutta. Records of the Indian Museum 9: 119–197. [July]

Kieffer, J.J. 1913b. Chironomidae et Cecidomyidae. In: Alluaud, C.A. & R. Jeannel, eds., Voyage de Ch. Alluaud et R. Jeannel en Afrique orientale (1911–1912). Résultats scientifiques. Insectes diptères. No. 6 [= Part 1]. Schulz, Paris. pp. 1–43. [15 August]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Kieffer, J.J. 1913c. Nouveaux chironomides (tendipédides) d'Allemagne. Bulletin de la Socété d'Histoire Naturelle de Metz 28: 7–35. [31 December+]

Kieffer, J.J. 1913d. Glanures diptèrologiques. Bulletin de la Socété d'Histoire Naturelle de Metz 28: 45–55. [31 December+]

Kieffer, J.J. 1917a. Chironomides d’Australie conservés au Musée National Hongrois de Budapest. Annales Historico-Naturales Musei Nationalis Hungarici 15: 175–228. [15 September]

Kieffer, J.J. 1917b. Chironomides d’Amérique conservés au Musée National Hongrois de Budapest. Annales Historico-Naturales Musei Nationalis Hungarici 15: 292–364. [31 December]

Kieffer, J.J. 1918. Chironomides d’Afrique et d’Asie conserves au Museum National Hongrois de Budapest. Annales Historico-Naturales Musei Nationalis Hungarici 16: 31–136. [30 August]

Kieffer, J.J. 1921a. Sur quelques diptères piqueuers de la tribu des Ceratopogoninae. Archives de l’Institute Pasteur d’Afrique du Nord 1: 107–115. [March]

Kieffer, J.J. 1921b. Synopse de la tribu des Chironomariae (diptères). Annales de la Société Scientifique du Bruxelles 40: 269–277. [30 June]

Kieffer, J.J. 1922. Diagnoses de nouveaux genres et espèces de chironomides (Dipt.). Bulletin de la Socété Entomologique de France 1921: 287–289.

Kieffer, J.J. 1923. Chironomides de l’Afrique Équatoriale. (3e partie). Annales de la Socété Entomologique de France 92: 149–204. [10 October]

Kieffer, J.J. 1925. Deux genres nouveaux et plusieurs espèces nouvelles du groupe des Orthocladiariae (diptères, chironomides). Annales de la Société Scientifique du Bruxelles 44: 555–566. [29 December]

Kim, A.I., Salimova, F.A., Abduasimova, I.M. & Meshchankina, N.A. 2007. Palaeontological atlas of Phanerozoic faunas and floras of Uzbekistan. Volume II: Mesozoic and Cenozoic (Jurassic, Cretaceous, Palaeogene). Republic of Uzbekistan State Committee on Geology and Mineral Resources, Tashkent. 261 pp., 62 pls. [31 December+]

Kirk-Spriggs, A.H. 2007. A reappraisal of the type fossil of Curtonotumgigas Théobald, 1937 (Diptera: Curtonotidae), a compression fossil of Early Oligocene age from Provence, France. Annals of the Eastern Cape Museum 6: 13–20.

Kitching, J.W. 1980. On some fossil Arthropoda from the Limeworks, Makapansgat, Potgeitersrus. Palaeontologica Africana 23: 63–68.

Knight, K.L. & A. Stone. 1977. A catalog of the mosquitoes of the world (Diptera: Culicidae). Second edition. Thomas Say Foundation Publication 6, xi + 611 pp. [12 September] [Date mailed from editor.]

Knor, S., Skuhravá, M., Wappler, T. & Prokup, J. 2013. Galls and gall makers on plant leaves from the lower Miocene (Burdigalian) of the Czech Republic: systematic and paleontological implications. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 188: 38–51. [3 January]

Kohring, R. 1994. Eine Chironomiden-Larve (Insecta: Diptera) aus der Fur-Formation (Paleozän, ? Unter-Eozän; NW-Dänemark). Paläntologische Zeitschrift 68(3/4): 411–418. [September]

Kohring, R. & Schlüter, T. 1993. Sciariden (Insecta: Diptera: Nematocera) aus dem Oberpliozän von Willershausen. Berliner Geowissenschaftliche Abhandlungen (E) 9: 191–199.

Kopeć, K. & Kania, I. 2013. A new species of Cheilotrichia Rossi, 1848 (Diptera: Limoniidae) from Bitterfeld amber. Annales Zoologici 63(4): 537–540. [December]

Korneyev, V.A. 1982. A new fruit fly from the Miocene of the northern Caucasus. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 1982(4): 97–98. [16 December]

[In Russian; English translation, 1983, in Paleontological Journal 16(4): 95–97.]

Kosmowska-Ceranowicz, B. 1990. The scientific importance of museum collections of amber and other fossil resins. Prace Muzeum Ziemi 41: 141–147. [31 December+]

Kotrba, M. 2004. Baltic amber fossils reveal early evolution of sexual dimorphism in stalk-eyed flies (Diptera: Diopsidae). Organisms, Diversity & Evolution 4: 265–275. [13 December]

Kotrba, M. 2009. Prosphyracephala kerneggeri spec. nov. - a new stalk-eyed fly from Baltic amber (Diptera, Diopsidae). Spixiana 32(2): 187–192. [November]

Kotthoff, U. & Schmid, U. 2005. A new fossil hoverfly (Insecta, Diptera: Syrphidae) from the Randeck Maar (early Miocene, south-west Germany). Palaeontology 48(5): 1091–1096. [September]

Kovalev, V.G. 1974. A new genus of the family Empididae (Diptera) and its phylogenetic relationships. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 1974(2): 84–94. [22 May]

[In Russian; English translation, 1974, in Paleontological Journal 8(2): 196–204.]

Kovalev, V.G. 1978. [A new fly genus (Empididae) from late Cretaceous retinites of the Taimyr]. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 1978(3): 351–356. [28 August]

[In Russian; English translation, 1979, in Paleontological Journal 12(3): 351–56.]

Kovalev, V.G. 1979. Основные моменты в эволюции двукрылых Брацхицера в мезозойскую эру. [The main aspects in the evolution of Diptera Brachycera in the Mesozoic Era], pp. 35–37. In: Skarlato, O.A., K.V. Skufjin, E.P. Narchuk, O.P. Negrobov & M.N. Kandybina, eds., [Ecological and morphological principles of Diptera systematics (Insecta)]. Akad. Nauk SSSR, Zool. Inst., Leningrad.

[In Russian; English translation, 1985, Systematics of Diptera (Insecta). Ecological and morphological principles. Amerind Publishing Co., New Delhi. viii + 185 pp.]

Kovalev, V.G. 1981. Древнейшие представители двукрылых с короткими усиками от юры в Сибири. [The oldest representatives of the Diptera with short antennae from the Jurassic in Siberia]. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 1981(3): 85–101. [28 August]

[In Russian; English translation, 1981, in Paleontological Journal 15(3): 84–100.]

Kovalev, V.G. 1982. Some Jurassic Diptera—rhagionids (Muscida, Rhagionidae). Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 1982(3): 88–100. [25 August]

[In Russian; English translation, 1982, in Paleontological Journal 16(3): 87–99.]

Kovalev, V.G. 1986. Инфраордерс Бибиономорпха и Асиломорпха. [Infraorders Bibionomorpha and Asilomorpha]. In: Insects in the early Cretaceous ecosystems of western Mongolia. Trudy Sovmestnaya Sovetsko–Mongol’skaya Paleontologicheskaya Ekpeditsiya 28: 125–154. [after 1 April]

[In Russian; date sent to the printer.]

Kovalev, V.G. 1987. The Mesozoic mycetophiloid Diptera of the family Pleciofungivoridae. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 1987(2): 69–82. [31 December+]

[In Russian; English translation, 1988, in Paleontological Journal 21(2): 67–79.]

Kovalev, V.G. 1989a. Bremochaetidae [sic], the Mesozoic family of brachycerous dipterans. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 1989(2): 104–108. [6 May]

[In Russian; English translation, 1990, in Paleontological Journal 23(2): 100–105.]

Kovalev, V.G. 1989b. Geological history and the systematic position of the family Thaumaleidae (Diptera). Entomologeskoe Obozrenie 68(4): 798–808. [8 December]

[In Russian; English translation, 1990, in Entomological Review 69(4): 121–131.]

Kovalev, V.G. 1990. Двукрылых. Muscida. [Dipterans. Muscida], pp. 123–177. In: Rasnitsyn, A.P. (ed.), Поздне-мезозойские насекомые Восточного Забайкалья. [Late Mesozoic insects of eastern Transbaikalia]. Trudy Paleontologicheskoi Instytuta 239, 224 pp. [after 20 February]

[In Russian; date sent to the printer.]

Kozlov, M.V. 1988. Ископаемые чешуекрылых и вопрос о филогении порядке Папилионида. [Fossil lepidopterans and the question of the phylogeny of the Order Papilionida], pp. 16–69. In: Ponomarenko, A.G. (ed.), Меловой биоцоенологицал кризис и эволюция насекомых. [Cretaceous biocoenological crisis and the evolution of insects]. Nauka, Moscow. 227 + [1] pp. [In Russian.] [31 December+]

Kovalev, V.G. & Mostovski, M.B. 1997. A new genus of rhagionid-flies (Diptera, Rhagionidae) from Mesozoic deposits of the eastern Transbaikalia. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 1997(5): 86–90. [September–October]

[In Russian; English translation, 1997, Paleontological Journal 31(5): 523–527.]

Krassilov, V. 2008. Traumas on fossil leaves from the Cretaceous of Israel, pp. 7–187. In: Krassilov, V. & Rasnitsyn, A. (eds.), Plant-arthropod interactions in the early angiosperm history: Evidence from the Cretaceous of Israel. Pensoft Publishers, Sofia & Brill, Leiden. 223 pp. [30 July]

Krivosheina, N.P. & A.I. Zaitzev. 1989. Филогения и эволюционная экология двукрылых насекомых. В: Итоги науки и техники. Энтомология. Том 9. [Phylogenetic and evolutionary ecology of dipterous insects. In: Results in science and technology. Entomology series. Volume 9.]. Moscow. 165 pp. [after 12 June]

[In Russian.]

Križnar, M. 2013. [Fossil insect sites in Slovenia]. Acta Entomologica Slovenica 21(1): 59–64. [June]

[In Slovenian with English summary.]

Krzemińska, E., V. Blagoderov & W. Krzemiński. 1993. Elliidae, a new fossil family of the infraorder Axymyiomorpha (Diptera). Acta Zoologica Cracoviensia 35: 581–591. [29 January]

Krzemińska, E., Coram, R.A. & Krzemiński, W. 2010. A new species of Megarhyphus, an interesting discovery from the Lower Jurassic of England (Diptera, Anisopodidae). Acta Geologica Sinica [English edition] 84(4): 693–695. [August]

Krzemińska, E. & W. Krzemiński. 1992. Les fantomes de l’ambre. Insectes fossiles dans l’ambre de la Baltique. Musée d’Histoire Naturelle, Neuchâtel. 142 pp. [before 4 October]

Krzemińska, E., Krzemiński, W. & Dahl, C. 2009. Monograph of fossil Trichoceridae (Diptera) over 180 million years of evolution. Institute of Systematics and Evolution of Animals of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Krakow. 171 pp. [31 December+]

Krzemińska, E. & Lukashevich, E. 2009. The late Jurassic fossil from Asian ancestory to a recent genus, Nothotrichocera Alexander 1926 (Diptera: Trichoceridae). Zoosymposia 3: 103–110. [22 December]

Krzemiński, W. 1985. Limoniidae (Diptera, Nematocera) from Baltic amber (in the collection of the Museum of the Earth in Warsaw). Part I. Subfamily Limoniinae. Prace Muzeum Ziemi 37: 113–117.

Krzemiński, W. 1990a. Fossil Tipulomorpha (Diptera, Nematocera) from Baltic amber (Upper Eocene): systematic position of Pseudolimnophila (Baltilimnophila, new subgenus Limoniidae, Hexatomiinae). Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 60: 51–58. [31 March]

Krzemiński, W. 1990b. Fossil Tipulomorpha (Diptera, Nematocera) from Baltic amber (Upper Eocene): introductory part: subfamily Lechriinae (Limoniidae). Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 60: 177–194. [30 June]

Krzemiński, W. 1991a. A first fossil Helius (Diptera, Limoniidae) from North America. Acta Zoologica Cracoviensia 34: 311–313. [20 December]

Krzemiński, W. 1991b. Revision of the fossil Cylindrotomidae (Diptera, Nematocera) from Florissant and White River, USA. Paläontologische Zeitschrift 65: 333–338. [December]

Krzemiński, W. 1992a. Tipula (s. lato) eva n.sp. from Cretaceous (East Asia) – the oldest representative of the family Tipulidae (Diptera, Polyneura). Acta Zoologica Cracoviensia 35: 43–44. [15 January]

Krzemiński, W. 1992b. The oldest Polyneura (Diptera) and their importance to the phylogeny of the group. Acta Zoologica Cracoviensia 35: 45–52. [15 January]

Krzemiński, W. 1992c. Limoniidae (Diptera, Nematocera) from Dominican amber. I. Genus Molophilus Curtis, 1833. Acta Zoologica Cracoviensia 35: 107–111. [15 January]

Krzemiński, W. 1992d. Triassic and Lower Jurassic stage of Diptera evolution. Mitteilungen der Schweizerischen Entomologische Gesellschaft 65: 39–59. [September]

Krzemiński, W. 1993a. Fossil Tipulomorpha (Diptera, Nematocera) from Baltic amber (Upper Eocene).—Revision of the genus Helius Lepeletier et Serville (Limoniidae). Acta Zoologica Cracoviensia 35: 597–601. [29 January]

Krzemiński, W. 1993b. The systematic position of Stibadocerites europaeus Zeuner from the Upper Cretaceous of Scotland (Diptera: Tipulomorpha). Annals of the Upper Silesian Museum (Entomology) Supplement 1: 77–80. [20 November]

Krzemiński, W. 1996. A revision of fossil Megistocera and Brachypremna (Diptera: Tipulidae). Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 65(3-4): 275–278. [15 December]

Krzemiński, W. 1998a. Limonia (Limonia) skalskii sp. n. from Baltic amber (Diptera: Limoniidae). Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 67(3-4): 299–301. [31 December]

Krzemiński, W. 1998b. Cyttaromyia frelloi sp. n., the first representative of the family Cylindrotomidae in Baltic amber (Diptera: Tipulomorpha). Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 67(3-4): 303–308. [31 December]

Krzemiński, W. 1998c. Hexatoma (Eriocera) serafini sp. n. from Baltic amber (Diptera: Limoniidae). Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 67(3-4): 309–310. [31 December]

Krzemiński, W. 2000a. The Oligocene Tipulomorpha (Diptera) from Bolshaya Svetlovodnaya (Eastern Asia, Russia). Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 69(2): 239–245. [31 July]

Krzemiński, W. 2000b. Fossil Tipulomorpha from Baltic amber (Upper Eocene): a new species of Dactylolabis (Idiolabis) (Diptera: Limoniidae). Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 69(2): 247–250. [31 July]

Krzemiński, W. 2000c. A new species and other representatives of the genus Dicranomyia (Diptera: Limoniidae) in the collection of the Museum of Amber Inclusions, University of Gdańsk. Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 69(3): 347–353. [31 October]

Krzemiński, W. 2001a. First record of the genus Lipsothrix Loew (Diptera: Limoniidae) in Baltic amber (Upper Eocene). Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 70(4): 329–331. [31 December]

Krzemiński, W. 2001b. New fossil Tipuloidea (Diptera) from the Fur Formation of Denmark in the collection of the Natural History Museum in London. Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 70(4): 333–339. [31 December]

Krzemiński, W. 2002. Three new species of the genus Helius Lepeletier & Serville (Diptera, Limoniidae) from the Middle Miocene of Stavropol (northern Caucasus, Russia). Acta Zoologica Cracoviensia 45(4): 317–320. [31 December]

Krzemiński, W. 2004a. Fossil Limoniidae (Diptera, Tipulomorpha) from Lower Cretaceous amber of Myanmar. Journal of Systematic Palaeontology 2(2): 123–125. [June]

Krzemiński W. 2004b. Yalea, a replacement generic name for Yala Krzemiński, 1992 (Diptera: Procramptonomyiidae). Acta Zoologica Cracoviensia 47(3-4): 229. [December]

Krzemiński, W. & Ansorge, J. 1995. New Upper Jurassic Diptera (Limoniidae, Eoptychopteridae) from the Solnhofen lithographic limestone (Bavaria, Germany). Stuttgarter Beiträge zur Naturkunde (B) 221: 1–7. [20 March]

Krzemiński, W. & Ansorge, J. 2000. On Protobrachyceron Handlirsch, 1920 (Diptera: Brachycera) from the Lower Jurassic of Germany. Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 69(2): 231–237. [31 July]

Krzemiński, W. & Ansorge, J. 2005. A new rhagionid fly from the Lower Jurassic of Germany (Diptera: Brachycera: Rhagionidae). Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 74(3): 369–372. [30 September]

Krzemiński, W. & Arillo, A. 2007. Alavia neli n. gen. and n. sp. - the first Limoniidae (Diptera) from the Lower Cretaceous amber of Álava (Spain). Alavesia 1: 11–13. [31 December+]

Krzemiński, W. & Arillo, A. 2008. A new species, Symplecta (Psiloconopa) penalveri n. sp. (Diptera, Limoniidae) from the Miocene of Spain. Alavesia 2: 211–213. [31 December+]

Krzemiński, W., Azar, D. & Skibińska, K. 2013. Nannotanyderus ansorgei sp. n., the first member of the family Tanyderidae from the Lebanese amber (Lower Cretaceous), pp. 131–143. In: Azar, D., Engel, M.S., Jarzembowski, E., Krogeman, L., Nel, A. & Santiago-Blay, J. (eds.), Insect evolution in an amberiferous and stone alphabet. Proceedings of the 6th International Congress on fossil Insects, Arthropods and Amber. E.J. Brill, Leiden. viii + 201 pp. [October]

Krzemiński, W. & Evenhuis, N.L. 2000. Review of Diptera paleaontological records, p. 535-64. In: Papp, L. & Darvas, B. (eds.), Contribution to a Manual of Palaearctic Diptera (with special reference to flies of economic importance). Volume 1. Science Herald, Budapest. [xxxx]

Krzemiński, W. & A. Freiwald. 1991. Toxorhina (Ceratocheilus) caucasiensis, a new species from the Middle Miocene of Savropol (northern Caucasus, USSR) (Diptera, Limoniidae). Paläontologische Zeitschrift 65: 153–155. [June]

Krzemiński, W. & G. Gentilini. 1992. New information on Limoniidae from Monte Castellaro, Italy (Upper Miocene). Acta Zoologica Cracoviensia 35: 87–95. [15 January]

Krzemiński, W. & Jarzembowski, E. 1999. Aenne triassica sp. n., the oldest representative of the family Chironomidae (Insecta: Diptera). Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 68(4): 445–449. [20 December]

Krzemiński, W., Kania, I. & Azar, D. 2014. The Early evidence of rapid evolution of the genus Helius Lepeltier and Serville 1828 (Limoniidae, Diptera). Cretaceous Research 48: 96–101. [27 January]

[Online publication available on this date. Journal version published in March.]

Krzemiński, W., Kania, I. & Krzemińska, E. 2010. A new species of Dactylolabis (Eobothrophorus) from Baltic amber (Diptera: Limoniidae). Acta Geologica Sinica [English edition] 84(4): 768–771. [August]

Krzemiński, W., Kania, I. & Nel, A. 2012. Probittacomorpha brisaci n. sp. (Ptychopteridae, Bittacomorphinae) from the Late Miocene of Montagne d’Andance, Saint Bauzile, Ardèche (France). Zootaxa 3521: 80–88. [18 October]

Krzemiński, W. & Krzemińska, E. 1990. Tipulomorpha (Diptera) of the Middle Eocene deposits from Pesciara di Bolca near Verona (Italy). Acta Zoologica Cracoviensia 33: 495–99. [31 December]

Krzemiński, W. & Krzemińska, E. 1994a. A new species of Cheilotrichia (Empeda) from the Sakhalin amber (Diptera, Limoniidae). Acta Zoologica Cracoviensia 37(2): 91–93. [30 December]

Krzemiński, W. & Krzemińska, E. 1994b. Procramptonomyia marianna, a new species from the Upper Jurassic of Great Britain (Diptera, Anisopodomorpha, Procramptonomyiidae). Acta Zoologica Cracoviensia 37(2): 101–105. [30 December]

Krzemiński, W. & Krzemińska, E. 2002. Rhaetaniidae, a new family of the Diptera from the Upper Triassic of Great Britain (Diptera: Nematocera). Annales Zoologici 52(2): 211–213. [28 June]

Krzemiński, W. & Krzemińska, E. 2003. Triassic Diptera: descriptions, revisions and phylogenetic relations. Acta Zoologica Cracoviensia 46(Supplement): 153–184. [15 October]

Krzemiński, W., Krzemińska, E., Kania, I. & Ross, A.J. 2013a. New taxa of Tanyderidae (Diptera) from Eocene Baltic amber. Zootaxa 3599(1): 59–66. [3 January]

Krzemiński, W., Krzemińska, E. & Papier, F. 1994. Grauvogelia arzvilleriana sp. n. – the oldest Diptera species (Lower/Middle Triassic of France). Acta Zoologica Cracoviensia 37(2): 95–99. [30 December]

Krzeminski, W., Krzeminska, E., Kubisz, D., Mazur, M and Pawlowski, J. 1997. Preliminary report on a Pliocene fauna from western Hungary. Studia Naturalia 10: 177–191. [31 December+]

Krzemiński, W. & L. Lukashevich. 1993. Ansorgiidae, a new family from the Upper Cretaceous of Kazakhstan (Diptera, Ptychopteromorpha). Acta Zoologica Cracoviensia 35: 593–596. [29 January]

Krzemiński, W. & Prokup, J. 2011. Ptychoptera deleta Novák, 1877 from the Early Miocene of the Czech Republic: redescription of the first fossil attributed to the Ptychopteridae (Diptera). ZooKeys 130: 299–305. [24 September]

Krzemiński, W. & Ren Dong. 2001. Praemacrochile chinensis sp. n. from the Middle Jurassic of China (Diptera: Tanyderidae). Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 70(2): 127–129. [31 October]

Krzemiński, W. & A.W. Skalski. 1984. Pseudolimnophila siciliana sp. n. from Sicilian amber (Diptera, Limoniidae). Animalia 10: 303–307. [October]

Krzemiński, W. & H.J. Teskey. 1987. New taxa of Limoniidae (Diptera: Nematocera) from Canadian amber. The Canadian Entomologist 119: 887–892. [October]

Krzemiński, W. & W. Zessin. 1990. The Lower Jurassic Limoniidae from Grimmen (GDR) (Dipt. Nematocera). Deutsche Entomologische Zeitschrift (N.F.) 37: 39–43. [15 March]

Książkiewicz, M. 1970. Observations on the ichnofauna of the Polish Carpathians. In: Crimes, T.P. & J.C. Harper (eds.), Trace fossils. Geological Journal Special Issue 3: 283–322. [31 December+]

Kuhbander, M. & Schleich, H.H. 1994. Odontomyia-Larven aus dem Randecker Maar (Insecta: Diptera, Stratiomyidae). Mitteilungen der Bayerischen Staatssammlung für Paläontologie und Historische Geologie 34: 163–167. [15 December]

Kulicka, R. 1993. Uwagi o kolekcji inkluzji zwierzȩcych w bursztynie baltyckim ze zbiorów Muzeum Ziemi PAN w Warszawie. Annals of the Upper Silesian Museum of Natural History 13: 49–56. [31 May]

Kulicka, R., W. Krzemiński & R. Szadziewski. 1985. A collection of Diptera Nematocera in Baltic amber at the Museum of the Earth in Warsaw. Prace Muzeum Ziemi 37: 105–111. [31 December+]

 

 

 

Lak, M., Azar, D., Nel, A., Neraudeau, D. & Tafforeau, P. 2008. The oldest representative of the Trichomyiinae (Diptera : Psychodidae) from the Lower Cenomanian French amber studied with phase-contrast synchrotron X-ray imaging. Invertebrate Systematics 22(4): 471–478.

Lambrecht, F.L. 1980. Palaeoecology of tsetse flies and sleeping sickness in Africa. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 124: 367–385. [20 October]

Lane, R.S., G.O. Poinar, Jr. & G.B. Fairchild. 1988. A fossil horsefly (Diptera: Tabanidae) in Dominican amber. Florida Entomologist 71: 593–596. [December]

Langenheim, R.L., Jr., C.J. Smiley & J. Gray. 1960. Cretaceous amber from the Arctic coastal plain of Alaska. Bulletin of the Geological Society of America 71: 1345–1356. [September]

Lara, M.B. & Lukashevich, E.D. 2013. The first Triassic dipteran (Insecta) from South America, with review of Hennigmatidae. Zootaxa 3710(1): 81–92. [11 September]

Larsson, S.G. 1962. The Copenhagen collection of amber-fossils. Entomologisk Meddeleser 31: 323–326. [31 December]

Larsson, S.G. 1978. Baltic amber—a palaeobiological study. Entomonograph 1: 1–192. [1 February]

Latreille, P.A. [1797]. Précis des caractères génériques des insectes, disposés dans un ordre naturel. Prévôt, Paris; Brive, Bourdeaux. xiv + 201 + [7] pp. [19 January]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Latreille, P A. [1802]. Histoire naturelle, générale et particulière, des crustacés et des insectes. Tome troisième. Familles naturelles des genres. Ouvrage faisant suite à l’histoire naturelle générale et particulière, composée par Leclerc de Buffon, et rédigée par C.S. Sonnini, membre de plusieurs sociétés savantes. Dufart, Paris. xii + 13–467 + 1 pp. [6 November]

[The date on the title page (“an X”) is incorrect. The volume was actually published in “an XI” of the Revolutionary Calendar, which was from 22 September 1802 to 21 September 1803. Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Latreille, P.A. 1804. Tableau méthodique des insectes, pp. 129–200. In: Nouveau dictionnaire d’histoire naturelle, appliqué aux arts, principalement à l’agriculture et à l’économie rurale et domestique. Tome XXIV. [Section 3:] tableaux méthodiques d’histoire naturelle. Déterville, Paris. 84 + 4 + 85 + 238 + 18 + 34 pp. [7 March]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Latreille, P.A. [1805]. Histoire naturelle, générale et particulière, des crustacés et des insectes. Tome quatorzième. Familles naturelles des genres. Ouvrage faisant suite à l’histoire naturelle générale et particulière, composée par Leclerc de Buffon, et rédigée par C.S. Sonnini, membre de plusieurs Sociétés savantes. Dufart, Paris. 432 pp. [20 February–21 March]

[For dating see Dupuis (1986).]

Latreille, P.A. 1809. Genera crustaceorum et insectorum secundum ordinem naturalem in familias disposita, iconibus exemplisque plurimis explicata. Tomus quartus et ultimas. A. Koenig, Parisiis et Argentorati [= Paris & Strasbourg]. 399 pp. [20 March]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Latreille, P.A. 1810. Considérations générales sur l'ordre naturel des animaux composant les classes des crustacés, des arachnides, et des insectes; avec un tableau méthodique de leurs genres, disposés en familles. F. Schoell, Paris. 444 pp. [23 May]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Latreille, P.A. 1829. Suite et fin des insectes. In: Cuvier, G., Le règne animal distribué d’après son organisation, pour servir de base a l’histoire naturelle des animaux et d’introduction a l’anatomie comparée. Nouvelle édition, revue et augmentée. Tome V. Déterville & Crochard, Paris. xxiv + 556 pp. [11 April]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Latreille, P.A., A.L.M. Lepeletier, J.G.A. Serville, & F.E. Guérin. [1828]. Entomologie, ou histoire naturelle des crustacés, des arachnides et des insectes. In: Encylopédie méthodique. Histoire naturelle. Tome dixième [concl.]. Agasse, Paris. Pp. 345–833. [13 December]

[Volume 10 appeared in 2 parts: pp. 1–344 (1825) and pp. 345–833 (1828). There are a few names of Diptera included in this work that are attributable to Lepeletier & Serville. Dated from Evenhuis (2003a).]

Leclerque, M. 1989. Systematique des tabanides (diptères). Criteres actuels. Bulletin de la Société Française de Parasitologie 7: 77–91. [31 December+]

Legg, W.M. 1942. Collection, preparation and statistical study of fossil insects from chemawinite. Unpublished senior thesis, Department of Biology, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey. 66 pp. [31 December+]

Lewis, D.J., D.G. Young, G.B. Fairchild & D.M. Minter. 1977. Proposals for a stable classification of the phlebotomine sandflies (Diptera: Psychodidae). Systematic Entomology 2: 319–332. [April]

Lewis, S.E. 1969. Fossil insects of the Latah Formation (Miocene) of eastern Washington and northern Idaho. Northwest Science 43: 99–115. [August]

Lewis, S.E. 1971a. A new species of fossil Diptera (Diopsidae) from the Ruby River Basin (Oligocene) of Montana. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 64: 959–960. [15 July]

Lewis, S.E. 1971b. Three new species of fossil Diptera (Bibionidae) from the Ruby River Basin (Oligocene) of southwestern Montana. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 64: 1464–1466. [15 November]

Lewis, S.E. 1972a. Two new species of fossil robber flies (Diptera: Asilidae) from the Ruby River Basin (Oligocene) of southwestern Montana. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 65: 275–276. [17 January]

Lewis, S.E. 1972b. A new species of fossil bee fly (Diptera: Bombyliidae) from the Ruby River Basin (Oligocene) of southwestern Montana. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 65: 1421. [15 November]

Lewis, S.E. 1973a. A new species of fossil Tropidia (Diptera: Syrphidae) from the Ruby River Basin (Oligocene) of southwestern Montana. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 66: 487–488. [15 March]

Lewis, S.E. 1973b. Two new species of fossil crane flies (Diptera: Tipulidae) from the Ruby River Basin (Oligocene) of southwestern Montana. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 66: 706–707. [15 May]

Lewis, S.E. 1975. A new species of fossil bombyliid (Diptera) from the Ruby River Basin (Oligocene) of southwestern Montana, U.S.A. Journal of Paleontology 49: 422–423. [4 April]

Lewis, S.E. 1987. Fossil flies (Diptera) from the Ruby River Basin (Oligocene) of southwestern Montana. Occasional Papers in Paleobiology 1(4), 22 pp. [August]

Lewis, S.E. 1989a. Eocene insect localities in the United States and Canada. Occasional Papers in Paleobiology 3(2), 38 pp. [February]

Lewis, S.E. 1989b. Oligocene insect localities in the United States and Mexico. Occasional Papers in Paleobiology 3(3), 25 pp. [March]

Lewis, S.E. 1989c. Miocene insect localities in the United States. Occasional Papers in Paleobiology 3(4), 13 pp. [October]

Lewis, S.E. 1989d. Bibliographic data on insect trace fossils from the Cenozoic and Mesozoic of the Nearctic and Palearctic zoogeographical regions. Occasional Papers in Paleobiology 3(11), 12 pp. [December]

Lewis, S.E. 1990a. Bibliographic data on insect fossil Diptera from the Mesozoic and Cenozoic of the Australian, Nearctic Neotropical, Oriental and Palearctic zoogeographical regions. Occasional Papers in Paleobiology 4(2), 37 pp. [January]

Lewis, S.E. 1990b. Bibliographic data on insects from Tertiary amber deposits of Burma, India, Indonesia/Philippine Islands, and Korea. Occasional Papers in Paleobiology 4(4), 12 pp. [January]

Lewis, S.E. 1990c. Bibliographic data on insects from Cenozoic amber deposits of Mexico. Occasional Papers in Paleobiology 4(5), 18 pp. [January]

Lewis, S.E. 1990d. Bibliographic data on insects from Mesozoic and Cenozoic amber deposits of China, Great Britain, Lebanon Siberia and the United States. Occasional Papers in Paleobiology 4(6), 13 pp. [February]

Lewis, S.E. 1990e. Bibliographic data on insects from Cenozoic Baltic amber deposits of Europe. Occasional Papers in Paleobiology 4(7), 60 pp. [March]

Lewis, S.E. 1992. Insects of the Klondike Mountain Formation, Republic, Washington. Wash. Geol. 20(3): 15–19. [September]

Lewis, S.E. & P.M. Heikes. 1991. A catalog of fossil insect sites from the Tertiary of the United States. Occasional Papers in Paleobiology 5(1), 487 pp. [July]

Lewis, S.E., P.M. Heikes & K.L. Lewis. 1990a. Entomofauna from the Ruby River Basin (Oligocene) near Alder, Montana. Occasional Papers in Paleobiology 4(8), 15 pp. [July]

Lewis, S.E., P.M. Heikes & K.L. Lewis. 1990b. Entomofauna from Miocene deposits near Juliaetta, Idaho. Occasional Papers in Paleobiology 4(9), 22 pp. [July]

Lewis, S.E., P.M. Heikes & K.L. Lewis. 1990c. Entomofauna from the Clarkia Site (P-33) (Miocene) near Clarkia, Idaho. Occasional Papers in Paleobiology 4 (10), 8 pp. [July]

Lewis, S.E., P.M. Heikes & K.L. Lewis. 1990d. Entomofauna from the Brick Yard Site (Miocene) near Spokane, Washington. Occasional Papers in Paleobiology 4(11), 16 pp. [July]

Lewis, S.E., P.M. Heikes & K.L. Lewis. 1990e. A new species of fossil Thecodiplosis (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae) from Miocene deposits of northern Idaho. Occasional Papers in Paleobiology 4(12), 8 pp. [July]

Lewis, S.E. & J.J. Vasquez. 1992. Fossil flies (Diptera) from the Ruby River Basin (Oligocene) near Alder, Montana. Occasional Papers in Paleobiology 6(4), 10 pp. [May]

Lichtenstein, A.A.H. 1800. Beschreibung eines neu entdeckten Wasserinsekten. Archivs für Zoologie und Zootomie 1: 168–75. [31 December+]

Lichtwardt, B. 1909. Beitrag zur Kenntnis der Nemestriniden (Dipt.). Teil II. Über paläarktische Gattungen und Arten. Deutsche Entomologische Zeitschrift 1909: 507–514. [1 July]

Li Hong, Yan De-fe, Shao Xiao-yang, Du Bao-xia & Wen Wen-wen. 2010. Discovery of a new fossil species Aedes qaidamica sp. nov.(Diptera: Culicidae) from the Neogene in the northwestern Qaidam Basin and its geological significance. Chinese Scientific Papers Online [http://www.paper.edu.cn/releasepaper/pdf/201004-994]. 8 pp. [27 April] [Unavailable for nomenclatural purposes - published only electronically before 2012]

Li Ting-ting & Ren Dong. 2009. A new fossil genus of Mesosciophilidae (Diptera, Nematocera) with two new species from the Middle Jurassic of Inner Mongolia, China. Progress in Natural Science, 19(12): 1837–1841. [31 December+]

Lin Qi-bin 1976. 辽西侏罗纪化石昆虫. [The Jurassic fossil insects from western Liaoning]. Acta Palaeontologica Sinica 15: 97–116. [March]

[In Chinese.]

Lin Qi-bin 1980. 中生代从浙皖三省昆虫化石. [Fossil insects of Mesozoic from Zhejiang and Anhui provinces], pp. 211–34. In: Nanjing Institute of Geology and Paleontology, Academia Sinica (ed.), 火山的起源在浙江和安徽两省的中生代沉积的划分和对比. [Division and correlation of Mesozoic deposits of volcanic origin in Zhejiang and Anhui provinces]. Scientific Publishing House, Beijing. 234 + [4] pp. [31 December+]

[In Chinese; treated by Zhang (1990) as published after 9 September.]

Lin Qi-bin 1986. Early Mesozoic fossil insects from south China. Palaeontologica Sinica (N.S.) B 21: i–iii, 1–112. [In Chinese.] [January]

Lin Qi-bin & Lukashevich, E.D. 2006. Proptychopterina (Diptera: Eoptychopteridae) from the Jurassic of northeastern China. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal, 3, 56–60. [May–June]

Lin Qi-bin, Yao Yi-min, Xiang Wei-da & Xia Yu-rong. 1988. 山东孤北地区渐新世微古昆虫群及其生态环境. An Oligocene micropalaeoentomofauna from Gubei District of Shandong and its ecological environment. Acta Micropalaeontologica Sinica 5 (4): 331–345. [December]

[In Chinese.]

Linnaeus, C. 1758. Systema naturae per regna tria naturae, secundum classes, ordines, genera, species, cum caracteribus, differentiis, synonymis, locis. Tomus I. Editio decima, reformata. L. Salvii, Holmiae [= Stockholm]. 824 pp. [1 January]

Linnaeus, C. 1767. Systema naturae per regna tria naturae, secundum classes, ordines, genera, species, cum caracteribus, differentiis, synonymis, locis. Tomus I. Pars 2. Editio duodecima, reformata. L. Salvii, Holmiae [= Stockholm]. pp. 533–1327. [14 June]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Linnaeus, C. 1775. Dissertatio entomologicae, bigas insectorum sistens, quam divinis auspiciis conf. illustr. facult. med. Upsal. . . . In aud. carol. major. d. XVIII. Dec. MDCCLXXV. H.A.M.S. Edmannianis, Upsaliae [= Uppsala]. 7 pp. [18 December]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997); reprinted, 1785, in Amoen. Acad. 8: 303–09.]

Lioy, P. 1863. I ditteri distribuiti secondo un nuovo metodo di classificazione naturale [part]. Atti dell’Imperial Regio Istituto Veneto di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti (3) 9: 187–236. [31 December+]

[Published in parts as follows: 1863, Atti R. Ist. Veneto Sci. Lett. Art. (3) 9: 187–236. 1864, Atti R. Ist. Veneto Sci. Lett. Art. (3) 9: 499–518 [January], 569–604 (21 February], 719–71 [March], 879–910 (20 April], 989–1027 (29 May], 1087–1126 (22 June], 1311–52 [August].]

Lioy, P. 1864. I ditteri distribuiti secondo un nuovo metodo di classificazione naturale [concl.]. Atti dell’Imperial Regio Istituto Veneto di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti (3) 9: 499–518, 569–604, 719–71, 879–910, 989–1027, 1087–1126, 1311–52.

[See Lioy (1863) above for dating and details on publication of this work.]

Lipina, N.N. 1939. [New forms of young stages of Chironomidae in the experimental lakes of sapropel station in Zaluchie]. Trudy Laboratorii Sapropelevykh Otlozhenii Akademii Nauk SSSR 7: 90–107. [31 December+]

[In Russian.]

Lisney, A.A. 1960. A bibliography of British Lepidoptera 1608–1799. Chiswick Press, London. xviii + 315 pp. [31 December+]

Liu Lu-xi, Shih Chung-kun & Ren Dong. 2012. Two new species of Ptychopteridae and Trichoceridae from the Middle Jurassic of northeastern China (Insecta: Diptera: Nematocera). Zootaxa 3501: 55–62. [1 October]

Loew, H. 1844. Beschreibung einiger neuen Gattungen der europäischen Dipterenfauna [part]. Stettiner Entomologische Zeitung 5: 114–30. [April]

[Article concludes in Stettiner Entomologische Zeitung 5: 154–73.]

Loew, H. 1845. Dipterologische Beiträge. I. Programm der K. Friedrich-Wilhelms-Gymnasiums Posen 1845: 1–50. [17 March]

[Also issued separately by Heine, Posen, 1845, with the same pagination. See Evenhuis (1992: 144) for details on dating.]

Loew, H. 1847. Ueber die europäischen Raubfliegen (Diptera Asilica) [part]. Linnaea Entomologica 2: 384–568. [4 May]

Loew, H. 1848. Ueber die europaischen Raubfliegen (Diptera Asilica) [part]. Linnaea Entomologica 3: 386–495. [February]

Loew, H. 1849. Ueber die europäischen Raubfliegen (Diptera Asilica) [concl.]. Linnaea Entomologica 4: 1–155. [12 November]

Loew, H. 1850a. Dipterologische Beiträge. Vierter Beitrag. Die Gallmücken. [Progr]. K. Friedrich-Wilhelms-Gymnasiums Posen 1850: 1–40. [29 March–1 April]

[Also issued separately by Heine, Posen, 1850, with the same pagination. See Evenhuis (1992: 144) for details on dating.].

Loew, H. 1850b. Ueber den Bernstein und die Bernsteinfauna. Programm der K. Realschule Meseritz 1850: 1–44. [27 September]

[Also issued separately with the same pagination under the imprint Berlin, 1850. See Evenhuis (1992: 144) for details on dating.]

Loew, H. 1851. Beschreibung einiger neuen Tipularia terricola. Linnaea Entomologica 5: 385–406. [12 January]

Loew, H. 1855. Neue Beiträge zur Kenntniss der Dipteren. Dritter Beitrag. Programm der K. Realschule Meseritz 1855: 1–52. [1 October]

[Also published separately with the same pagination under the imprint Berlin, 1855. See Evenhuis (1992) for details on dating.]

Loew, H. 1857. Neue Beiträge zur Kenntniss der Dipteren. Fünfter Beitrag. Programm der K. Realschule Meseritz 1857: 1–56. [6 April]

[Also published separately with the same pagination under the imprint Berlin, 1857. See Evenhuis (1992) for details on dating.]

Loew, H. 1858. Ueber einige neue Fliegengattungen. Berliner Entomologische Zeitung 2: 101–22. [22 April]

Loew, H. 1860a. Bidrag till kännedomen om Afrikas Diptera [part]. Öfversigt af Kongl. Svenska Vetenskaps-Akademiens Förhandlingar 17: 81–97. [8 February]

Loew, H. 1860b. Die Dipteren-Fauna Südafrika’s. Erste Abtheilung. G. Bosselman, Berlin. xi + 330 pp. [31 December+]

[This is the reprint of the jopurnal version, 1861, Abhandlungen des Naturwissenschaftlichen Vereins für Sachsen und Thüringen, 2[1858–1861]: 56–402.]

Loew, H. 1861. Ueber die Dipterenfauna des Bernsteins. Amtlicher Bericht über die Versammlung Deutscher Naturforscher und Ärzte, 35, 88–98. [26 December]

[Date recorded in Allgemeine Bibliographie für Deutschland. English translation (by Osten Sacken), 1864, in American Journal of Science, (2) 37, 305-324.]

Loew, H. 1862a. Diptera Americae septentrionalis indigena. Centuria secunda. Berliner Entomologische Zeitschrift, 6, 185–232. [May]

[Also published in Loew, 1864a, 55–102.]

Loew, H. 1862b. Die europäischen Bohrfliegen (Trypetidae). W. Junk, Wien [= Vienna]. 128 pp. [after 24 June]

[Date of preface.]

Loew, H. 1863. Diptera Americae septentrionalis indigena. Centuria tertia. Berliner Entomologische Zeitschrift, 7, 1–55. [June]

[Also published in Loew, 1864a, 103-157.]

Loew, H. [1864]a. Diptera Americae septentrionalis indigena. Vol. 1. [Centuria 1–5.] A.W. Schadii, Berolini [= Berlin]. 266 pp. [31 December+]

[This constitutes a one-volume reissue of the first 5 centuries published in the Berliner Entomologische Zeitschrift and bears the imprint date ‘1861” on the cover page.]

Loew, H. 1864b. Ueber die schlesischen Arten der Gattungen Tachypeza Meig. (Tachypeza, Tachista, Dysaletria) und Microphorus Macq. (Trichina und Microphorus). Zeitschrift für Entomologie (Breslau) 14[1860]: 1–60. [31 December+]

[Dated from information published in Zeitschrift für Entomologie (Breslau) (N.F.) 30 (Vereinsnachricht): iii [footnote], 1905. Also, the separate of the Loew article above is dated as “1864” (and stated to be printed by Herbst) in the review by Gerstaecker in Archiv für Naturgeschichte for 1864.]

Loew, H. 1869. Diptera Americae septentrionalis indigena. Centuria octava. Berliner Entomologische Zeitschrift 13: 1–52. [May]

[Also published in Loew, 1872b: 115–66.]

Loew, H. 1872a. Diptera Americae septentrionalis indigena. Centuria decima. Berliner Entomologische Zeitschrift 16: 49–124. [March]

[Also published in Loew, 1872b: 225–300.]

Loew, H. 1872b. Diptera Americae septentrionalis indigena. II. [Centuria 6–10.] A.W. Schadii, Berolini [= Berlin]. 300 pp. [31 December+]

[This work constitutes a one-volume reissue of Centuries 6–10 published in the Berliner Entomologische Zeitschrift.]

Loew, H. 1873a. Systematische Beschreibung der bekannten europäischen zweiflügeligen Insecten. Von Johann Wilhelm Meigen. Zehnter Theil oder vierter Supplementband. Beschreibungen europäischer Dipteren. Dritter Band. H.W. Schmidt, Halle. viii + 320 pp. [16 September]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Loew, H. 1873b. Über die Arten der Gattung Sphyracephala Say. Zeitschrift für die Gesamte Naturwissenschaft 42: 101–05. [September]

Loew, H. 1873c. Monographs of the Diptera of North America. Part III. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. vii + 351 + XIII pp. [December]

Lomnicki, A.M. 1894. [Fauna pleistocenica insectorum Boryslaviensum]. Muzeum im Dzieduszyckich, Lvov. 116 pp. [31 December+]

[In Polish and Latin.]

Lonsdale, O. & Apigian, K. 2010. Description of the first known fossil representative of the family Tanypezidae (Diptera: Schizophora). Tijdschrift voor Entomologie 153(2): 213–216. [1 December]

Lukashevich, E.D. 1994. New Eoptychopteridae (Diptera: Psychodomorpha) from the Jurassic of Asia. Paleontological Journal 27(1A): 103–22. [January]

Lukashevich, E.D. 1995. First pupae of the Eoptychopteridae and Ptychopteridae from the Mesozoic of Siberia (Insecta: Diptera). Paleontological Journal 29(4)[1994]: 164–171. [early 1995]

Lukashevich, E.D. 1996a. Mesozoic Dixidae (Insecta: Diptera) and the systematic position of the genera Dixamima Rohdendorf, 1964 and Rhaetomyia Rohdendorf, 1962. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 1996(1): 48–53. [January–March]

[In Russian; English translation, 1996, in Paleontological Journal 30(1): 46–51.]

Lukashevich, E.D. 1996b. New Mesozoic Chaoboridae of Mongolia (Diptera: Chaoboridae). Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 1996(4): 55–60. [October–December]

[In Russian; English translation, 1996, in Paleontological Journal 30(5): 551–558.]

Lukashevich, E.D. 1999. A phantom midge (Diptera: Chaoboridae) from Cretaceous Taimyr amber. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 1999(1): 58–61. [January–February]

[In Russian; English translation, 1999, in Paleontological Journal 33(1): 57–60.]

Lukashevich, E.D. 2000a. Phantom midges (Diptera: Chaoboridae) from Burmese amber. Bulletin of the Natural History Museum (Geology Series) 56(1): 47–52. [29 June]

Lukashevich, E.D. 2000b. Five new species of Eoptychopteridae (Diptera) from the Mesozoic of Asia. Acta Geologica Hispanica 35(1-2): 25–30. [1 December]

Lukashevich, E.D. 2004. A revision of the genus Eotychopterina (Diptera: Eoptychopteridae). Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 2004(3): 60–71. [May–June]

[In Russian; English translation, 2004, in Paleontological Journal 38(3): 294–306.]

Lukashevich, E.D. 2008. Ptychopteridae (Insecta: Diptera): history of its study and limits of the family. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 2008(1): 68–77. [January–February]

[In Russian; English translation, 2008, in Paleontological Journal 42(1): 66–74.]

Lukashevich, E.D. 2009. Limoniidae (Diptera) in the Upper Jurassic of Shar Teg, Mongolia. Zoosymposia 3: 131–154. [22 December]

Lukashevich, E.D. 2011. New nematocerans (Insecta: Diptera) from the late Jurassic of Mongolia. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 2011(6): 26–33.

[In Russian; English translation, 2011, in Paleontological Journal 45(6): 620–628.]

Lukashevich, E.D. 2012a. New Bibionomorpha (Insecta: Diptera) from the Jurassic of Asia. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 2012(3): 52–64. [May–June]

[In Russian; English translation, 2012, in Paleontological Journal 46(3): 273–287.]

Lukashevich, E.D. 2012b. Pupae of Mesozoic Oryctochlus Kalugina, 1985 (Chironomidae: Podonominae), with description of two new species. Fauna Norvegica 31: 159–165. [17 October]

Lukashevich, E.D., Ansorge, J., Krzemiński, W. & Krzemińska, E. 1998. Revision of Eoptychopterinae (Diptera: Eoptychopteridae). Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 67(3-4): 311–343. [31 December]

Lukashevich, E.D. & Azar, D. 2003. First Eoptychopteridae (Insecta: Diptera) from the early Cretaceous Lebanese amber. Acta Zoologica Cracoviensia 46 (Supplement): 195–204. [15 October]

Lukashevich, E.D., Coram, R.A. & Jarzembowski, E.A. 2001. New true flies (Insecta: Diptera) from the Lower Cretaceous of southern England. Cretaceous Research 22(4): 451–460. [August]

Lukashevich, E.D. & Grimaldi, D.A. 2004. Eoptychopteridae (Insecta: Diptera) in Cretaceous amber from Myanmar. Studia Dipterologica 10(2)[2003]: 359–366. [19 May]

Lukashevich, E.D., Huang Di-ying & Lin Qi-bin. 2006. Rare families of Lower Diptera (Hennigmatidae, Blephariceridae, Perissommatidae) from the Jurassic of China. Studia Dipterologica 13(1): 127–143. [22 December]

Lukashevich, E.D. & Krzemiński, W. 2009. New Jurassic Tanyderidae (Diptera) from Asia with first find of larvae. Zoosymposia 3: 155–172. [22 December]

Lukashevich, E.D. & Przhiboro, A.A. 2011. New Chironomidae (Diptera) with elongate proboscises from the Late Jurassic of Mongolia. ZooKeys 130: 307–322. [24 September]

Lukashevich, E.D. & Przhiboro, A.A. 2012. Pupae of Meszoic Jurochlus Kalugina, 1985 (Diptera: Chironomidae), with description of four new species. Zootaxa 3478: 434–452. [11 September]

Lukashevich, E.D., Przhiboro, A.A., Marchal-Papier, F. & Grauvogel-Stamm, L. 2010. The oldest occurrence of immature Diptera (Insecta), Middle Triassic, France. Annales de la Société Entomologique de France 46(1-2): 4–22. [30 June]

Lukashevich, E.D. & Shcherbakov, D.E. 1997. A first find of net-winged midges (Blephariceridae, Diptera) in the Mesozoic. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie Monatshefte 11: 639–646. [November]

Lukashevich, E.D. & Shcherbakov, D.E. 1999. A new Triassic family of Diptera from Australia, pp. 81–89. In: P. Vršanský (ed.), Proceedings of the First Palaeoentomological Conference, Moscow, 1998. AMBA Projects International, Bratislava. [31 December+]

Lundström, C. 1910. Beiträge zur Kenntnis der Dipteren Finlands. V. Bibionidae. Acta Societatis pro Fauna Flora Fennica 33(1): 1–16. [31 December+]

Lutz, A. 1913. Sobre a systematica dos tabanidos, sub-familia Tabaninae. Brasil Medico 27(45): 486–487. [1 December]

Lutz, A. & Neiva, A. 1914. As «Tabanidae» do Estado do Rio de Janeiro.—Ueber die Tabaniden des Staates Rio de Janeiro. Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 6: 69–80. [30 December***]

Lutz, H. 1985a. Eine fossile Stielaugenfliege aus dem Unter-Oligozän von Cereste, Frankreich (Diptera: Diopsidae). Paläontologische Zeitschrift 59: 75–78. [June]

Lutz, H. 1985b. Eine fossile Stechmücke aus dem Unter-Oligozän von Cereste, Frankreich (Diptera, Culicidae). Paläontologische Zeitschrift 59: 269–275. [31 December+]

Lynch Arribálzaga, F. 1891a. Dipterología Argentina [part]. Revista del Museo de La Plata 1: 345–377. [31 December+]

Lynch Arribálzaga, F. 1891b. Dipterología Argentina [concl.]. Revista del Museo de La Plata 2: 131–174. [after 15 July]

[Date of preface.]

 

 

 

Macleay, W.S. 1829. Notice of Ceratitis citraperda, an insect very destructive to oranges. Zoological Journal 4: 475–482. [May]

Macquart, P.-J.-M. 1823. Monographie des insectes diptères de la famille des empides, observés dans le nord-ouest de la France. Recueil des Travaux de la Société d’Amateurs des Sciences, de la Agriculture et des Arts à Lille, 1819-1822, 137–165 [after 9 September]

[Latest date printed in the volume; a revised version of this work appears in Macquart, 1828.]

Macquart, P.-J.-M. 1826a. Insectes diptères du nord de la France. [Tome I.] Tipulaires. Recueil des Travaux de la Société d’Amateurs des Sciences, de la Agriculture et des Arts à Lille, 1823/1824, 59–224. [31 August]

[Date of meeting of the Académie de la Société Royale d’Arras where Macquart presented a copy. The reprinted version, De Leleux, Paris, 175 pp., came out simultaneously.]

Macquart, P.-J.-M. 1826b. Insectes diptères du nord de la France. [Tome II.] Asiliques, bombyliers, xylotomes, leptides, stratiomydes, xylophagites et tabaniens. Recueil des Travaux de la Société d’Amateurs des Sciences, de la Agriculture et des Arts à Lille, 1825, 324–499. [11 November]

[The reprinted version, L. Danel, Lille, 178 pp., came out simultaneously. For dating see Evenhuis (1997: 510).]

Macquart, P.-J.-M. 1828. Insectes diptères du nord de la France. [Tome III.] Platypézines, dolichopodes, empides, hybotides. “1827”. L. Danel, Lille. 159 pp. [19 May]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997: 510). Based on receipts at libraries and recording journals, the journal version, Recueil des Travaux de la Société d’Amateurs des Sciences, de la Agriculture et des Arts à Lille, 1826/1827, 213–296, is treated as appearing later than the reprinted version. Pages 1–76 of the reprint version are equal to pages 213–288 of the journal version. pages 77-149 of the reprint are a revised version of Macquart 1823 (pp. 137–165) and do not appear in the 1828 journal version.]

Macquart, P.-J.-M. 1834. Histoire naturelle des insectes. Diptères. Tome première. N.E. Roret, Paris. 578 pp. [31 March]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997: 512).]

Macquart, P.-J.-M. 1835. Histoire naturelle des insectes. Diptères. Tome deuxième. N.E. Roret, Paris. 703 or 710 pp. [May]

[Dated from its review in the Annales des Sciences.]

Macquart, P.-J.-M. 1838b. Diptères exotiques nouveaux ou peu connus. Tome premier.1re partie. Roret, Paris. Pp. 5–221, 25 pls. [17 September]

[The journal version in the Mémoires de la Société Royale des Sciences, Agriculture et Arts, Lille, 1838(2): 9–225, came out on 27 October; see Evenhuis (1997: 512) for dating.]

Macquart, P.-J.-M. 1838c. Diptères exotiques nouveaux ou peu connus. Tome premier.2e partie. N.E. Roret, Paris. 207 pp., 14 pls. [3 October]

[The journal version in the Mémoires de la Société Royale des Sciences, Agriculture et Arts, Lille, 1838(3): 121–323, came out on 18 December 1839; see Evenhuis (1997: 512) for dating.]

Macquart, P.-J.-M. 1839. Diptères, pp. 97–119 [= Livraison 44]. In: Webb, P.B. & Berthelot, S., Histoire naturelle des Iles Canaries. Tome deuxième. Deuxième partie. Contenant la zoologie. Béthune, Paris. [28 October]

[The entire livraison 44 contained pp. 89–119. Dated from Evenhuis (1997: 806). Plate 4 containing the nbames of some new Diptera, was issued in livraison 42, which was published on 16 September 1839.]

Macquart, P.-J.-M. 1840. Diptères exotiques nouveaux ou peu connus. Tome deuxième.1re partie. N.E. Roret, Paris. 135 pp., 21 pls. [31 December+]

[There is no dating evidence for the issuance of this separate aside from the “1840” on the title page.]

Macquart, P.-J.-M. 1842. Diptères exotiques nouveaux ou peu connus. Tome deuxième.—2e partie. N.E. Roret, Paris. 140 pp., 21 pls. [12 December]

[The journal version, dated “1842” in the Mémoires de la Société Royale des Sciences, Agriculture et Arts, Lille, 1841(1): 65–200, is treated here as appearing later than the reprinted version; see Evenhuis (1997: 513) for dating.]

Macquart, P.-J.-M. 1844. Diptères exotiques nouveaux ou peu connus. Tome deuxième.3e partie. “1843”. Roret, Paris. 304 pp., 36 pls. [February]

[The journal version in the Mémoires de la Société Royale des Sciences, Agriculture et Arts, Lille, 1842, 162–460, came out on 5 August; see Evenhuis (1997: 513) for dating.]

Macquart, P.-J.-M. 1847. Diptères exotiques nouveaux ou peu connus. 2.e supplément. N.E. Roret, Paris. 104 pp., 7 pls. [26 May]

[The journal version in the Mémoires de la Société Royale des Sciences, Agriculture et Arts, Lille, 1846, 21–120, came out on 25 December; see Evenhuis (1997: 514) for dating.]

Maisey, J.G. 1991. Appendix one, pp. 434. In: Maisey, J.G. (ed.), Santana fossils: an illustrated atlas. T.F.H. Publishing, Neptune, New Jersey. 459 pp. [before July]

Malloch, J.R. 1909. A division of the dipterous genus Phora, Latr., into sub-genera. Glasgow Naturalist 1: 24–28. [February]

Malloch, J.R. 1910. Scottish Phoridae, with tables of all the British species, and notes of localities. Annals of Scottish Natural History 1910: 15–21, 87–92.

[Publication split: pp. 15–21 [January]; pp. 87–92 [April].]

Mamaev, H. 1964. Gall midges of the USSR. 6. New species of the tribe Porricondylini (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae). Entomologicheskoe Obozrenie 43: 894–913.

Mamaev, H. 1967. Gall midges of the USSR. 7. New species of the non-gall-making gall midges of the tribe Oligotrophini (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae). Entomologicheskoe Obozrenie 46: 873–883.

Maneval, H. 1936. Insectes fossiles des calcaires oligocènes de Ronzon (Le Puy). Annales de la Société Linnéenne de Lyon (N.S.) 79: 23–37. [April]

Mani, M.S. 1945. Descriptions of some fossil arthropods from India. Indian Journal of Entomology 6: 61–64a. [30 June]

Marshall, P. 1896. New Zealand Diptera: No. 2.—Mycetophilidae. Transactions of the New Zealand Institute 28: 250–309. [June]

Marshall, S.A., Buck, M., Skevington, J.H. & Grimaldi, D.A. 2009. A revision of the family Syringogastridae (Diptera: Diopsoidea). Zootaxa 1996: 1–80. [4 February]

Marshall, S.A., Langstaff, R. & Grimaldi, D.A. 1999. New species of Sphaeroceridae (Insecta, Diptera) in Dominican amber. Studia Dipterologica 6(2): 295–304. [29 December]

Martin, S.K. 2008. A new protorhyphid fly (Insecta: Diptera: Protorhyphidae) from the Lower Jurassic of the Perth Basin, Western Australia. Alavesia 2: 253–257. [31 December+]

Martins-Neto, R.G. 1997. Dípteros (Insecta) da Formação Tremembé, Bacia de Taubaté, Oligoceno do Estado de São Paulo. III - Familia Tabanidae. Acta Geologica Leopoldensia 20: 51–57. [31 December+]

Martins-Neto, R.G. & Kucera-Santos, J.C. 1994. Um novo gênero e nova espécie de mutuca (Insecta, Diptera, Tabanidae) da formação Santana (Cretáceo Inferior), Bacia do Araripe, Nordeste do Brasil. Acta Geologica Leopoldensia 17: 289–297. [31 December+]

Martins-Neto, R.G., Vieira, F.R.M., Kucera-Santos, J.C. & Fragoso, L.M.C. 1992. Dípteros (Insecta, Empidoidea) da Formação Tremembé, Bacia de Taubaté, Oligoceno do Estado de São Paulo. I - Familia Hybotidae. Acta Geologica Leopoldensia 15: 31–48. [31 December+]

Marty, P. 1894. De l’ancienneté de la “Cecidomyia fagi”. Feuille des Naturalistes 24: 173. [1 September]

Massalongo, A.B. 1855. Monografia delle Nereide fossili del Monte Bolca. G. Antonelli, Verona. 55 pp. [31 December+]

Massalongo, A.B. 1856. Prodromo di un’entomologia fossile del M. Bolca. Studii Paleontologici. [School Program]. Verona. Pp. 11–21. [31 December+]

Matile, L. 1979. Un nouveau genre de Keroplatidae de l’ambre Oligocène de la Baltique (Diptera: Mycetophiloidea). Revue Française d’Entomologique (N.S.) 1: 36–41. [March]

Matile, L. 1981. Description d’un Keroplatidae du Crétacé moyen et données morphologiques et taxinomiques sur les Mycetophiloidea (Diptera). Annales de la Société Entomologique de France (N.S.) 17: 99–123. [23 April]

Matile, L. 1989. Family Diadocidiidae, pp. 127. In: Evenhuis, N.L. (ed.), Catalog of the Diptera of the Australasian and Oceanian Regions. Bishop Museum Special Publication 86, 1, 155 pp. [23 August]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2008b).]

Matile, L. 1990a. Recherches sur la systématique et l’évolution des Keroplatidae (Diptera, Mycetophiloidea). Mémoires de la Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, Paris (A) 148, 682 pp. [31 July]

Matile, L. 1990b. Les Lygistorrhinidae de la région Afrotropicale (Diptera: Mycetophiloidea). Annales de la Société Entomologique de France 26: 359–70. [28 September]

Maurice, C. 1882. Les insectes fossiles spécialement d’après les travaux de Sir Samuel Scudder. Six-Horemans, Lille. 31 pp. [31 December+]

[This is the separate of the journal version, 1883, Ann. Soc. Géol. Nord 9: 152–80.]

Mazzarolo, L.A. & Amorim, D.S. 2000. Cratomyia macrorrhyncha, a Lower Cretaceous brachyceran fossil from the Santana Formation, Brazil, representing a new species, genus and family of the Stratiomyomorpha (Diptera). Insect Systematics & Evolution 31(1): 91–102. [April]

McAlpine, D.K. 1966. Description and biology of an Australian species of Cypselosomatidae (Diptera), with a discussion of family relationships. Australian Journal of Zoology 14: 673–685. [October]

McAlpine, D.K. 1983. A new subfamily of Aulacigastridae (Diptera: Schizophora), with a discussion of aulacigastrid classification. Australian Journal of Zoology 31: 55–78. [21 March]

McAlpine, D.K. 1988a. Studies in upside-down flies (Diptera: Neurochaetidae). Part I. Systematics and phylogeny. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 110: 31–58. [12 July]

McAlpine, D.K. 1988b. Studies in upside-down flies (Diptera: Neurochaetidae). Part II. Biology, adaptations, and specific mating mechanisms. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 110: 59–82. [12 July]

McAlpine, D.K. 1993. Review of the upside-down flies (Diptera: Neurochaetidae) of Madagascar and Africa, and evolution of neurochaetid host plant associations. Records of the Australian Museum 45: 221–239. [30 July]

McAlpine, J.F. 1962. The evolution of the Lonchaeidae (Diptera). University of Illinois Ph.D. thesis, Ann Arbor, Michigan. 233 pp.

McAlpine, J.F. 1970. First record of calypterate flies in the Mesozoic Era (Diptera: Calliphoridae). The Canadian Entomologist 102: 342–346. [11 March]

McAlpine, J.F. 1973. A fossil ironomyiid fly from Canadian amber (Diptera: Ironomyiidae). The Canadian Entomologist 105: 105–11. [7 February]

McAlpine, J.F. 1977. A revised classification of the Piophilidae, including ‘Neottiophilidae’ and ‘Thyreophoridae’ (Diptera: Schizophora). Memoirs of the Entomological Society of Canada 103, [iv] + 66 pp. [3 November]

McAlpine, J.F. 1987. Acartophthalmidae, pp. 859–61. In: McAlpine, J.F., B.V. Peterson, G.E. Shewell, H.J. Teskey, J.R. Vockeroth & D.M. Wood, coordinators, Manual of Nearctic Diptera. Volume 2. Research Branch, Agriculture Canada. Monograph 28. Ottawa. vi + pp. 675–1332. [31 March]

[Dated from information supplied by the publisher.]

McAlpine, J.F. 1989. 116. Phylogeny and classification of the Muscomorpha, pp. 1397–1518. In: McAlpine, J.F. (ed.), Manual of Nearctic Diptera. Volume 3. Research Branch, Agriculture Canada. Monograph No. 32. Ottawa. vi + pp. 1333–1581. [15 March]

[Dated from information supplied by the publisher.]

McAlpine, J.F. & J.E.H. Martin. 1966. Systematics of Sciadoceridae and relatives with descriptions of two new genera and species from Canadian amber and erection of family Ironomyiidae (Diptera: Phoroidea). The Canadian Entomologist 98: 527–44. [11 May]

McAlpine, J.F. & J.E.H. Martin. 1969. Canadian amber—a paleontological treasure-chest. The Canadian Entomologist 101: 819–38. [29 August]

McAlpine, J.F., B.V. Peterson, G.E. Shewell, H.J. Teskey, J.R. Vockeroth & D.M. Wood, coordinators. 1981. Manual of Nearctic Diptera. Volume 1. Research Branch, Agriculture Canada. Monograph 27. Ottawa. vi + 674 pp. [16 March]

[Dated from informaiton supplied by the publishers.]

Meigen, J.W. 1800. Nouvelle classification des mouches à deux ailes (Diptera L.) d'après un plan tout nouveau. Perronneau, Paris. 40 pp. [before 22 September]

[The title page also bears the date “an VIII” (= year 8 of the Revolutionary Calendar), which ended on 22 september 1800. This publication has been suppressed by the I.C.Z.N. (1963b: 339). See Hendel (1908b), Hemming (1945), and Melville (1960) for further details.]

Meigen, J.W. 1803. Versuch einer neuen GattungsEintheilung der europäischen zweiflügligen Insekten. Magazin der Insektenkunde 2: 259–81. [after 17 May]

[Dated from Thompson et al. (1999: 476).]

Meigen, J.W. 1804. Klassifikazion und Beschreibung der europäischen zweiflügeligen Insekten (Diptera Linn.). Erster Band. Abt. I. xxviii + pp. 1–152, Abt. II. vi + pp. 153–295; 298–314. Reichard, Braunschweig [= Brunswick]. [5 November]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997). NB: There was an error in setting type for the page numbers in this work. Pages 296 or 297 were never printed. The text on page 298 follows directly after page 295.]

Meigen, J.W. 1818. Systematische Beschreibung der bekannten europäischen zweiflügeligen Insekten. Erster Theil. F.W. Forstmann, Aachen. xxxvi + 332 + [1] pp. [October]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Meigen, J.W. 1820. Systematische Beschreibung der bekannten europäischen zweiflügeligen Insekten. Zweiter Theil. F.W. Forstmann, Aachen. x + 363 pp. [December]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Meigen, J.W. 1822. Systematische Beschreibung der bekannten europäischen zweiflügeligen Insekten. Dritter Theil. Schultz-Wundermann, Hamm. x + 416 pp. [September]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Meigen, J.W. 1824. Systematische Beschreibung der bekannten europäischen zweiflügeligen Insekten. Vierter Theil. Schultz-Wundermann, Hamm. xii + 428 pp. [After 24 September]

 [Date of preface.]

Meigen, J.W. 1826. Systematische Beschreibung der bekannten europäischen zweiflügeligen Insekten. Fünfter Theil. Schultz, Hamm. xii + 412 pp. [after 1 August]

[Date of preface.]

Meigen, J.W. 1830. Systematische Beschreibung der bekannten europäischen zweiflügeligen Insekten. Sechster Theil. Schulz, Hamm. xi + 401 + [3] pp. [1 September]

[Date of advertisement bound at the back of the work with the index. There appear to be two printings of this work. The original printing has roman numeraled prefatory pages only up to page iv. Other editions have an extra 8-page signature of pages v–xi.]

Meinert, F. 1864. Miastor metraloas. Naturhistorisk Tidsskrift 3: 37–43. [31 December+]

Melander, A.L. 1928. Diptera. Fam. Empididae. Genera Insectorum 185[1927]: 1–434. [15 March]

[See Evenhuis (1994) for details on dating of fascicles in this series.]

Melander, A.L. 1947. Some fossil Diptera from Florissant, Colorado. Psyche 53[1946]: 43–48. [14 February]

[Dated from publication information given in volume 54.]

Melander, A.L. 1949. A report on some Miocene Diptera from Florissant, Colorado. American Museum Novitates 1407: 1–63. [3 February]

Melville, R.V. 1960. Report on Mr. C.W. Sabrosky’s proposal for the suppression under the plenary powers of the pamphlet entitled “Nouvelle classification des mouches à deux ailes” by J.W. Meigen, 1800 Z.N.(S).191. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 18: 9–64. [5 December]

Menge, F. 1856. Lebenszeichen vorweltischer im Bernstein eingeschlossener Thiere. Programm  öffentliche Prüfung Schüler Petrischule Danzig [= Gdansk]. 32 pp. [17 March]

[Dated from the school program title page; see also Evenhuis (1997: 535) for more details.]

Metz, M.A. & Irwin, M.E. 2000. Revision of Lindneria Kröber, with the description of two new genera Insulatitan and Ambradolon, a fossil from Dominican amber (Diptera: Therevidae: Therevinae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 93(5): 977–1018. [September]

Metz, R. 1987. Sinusoidal trail formed by a recent biting midge (family Ceratopogonidae): trace fossil implications. Journal of Paleontology 61: 312–314. [March]

Meuffels, H.J.G. & Grootaert, P. 1999. New names in the family Dolichopodidae (Diptera). Bulletin de l’Institut Royal des Sciences Naturelles de Belgique (Entomologie) 69: 289–292. [30 December]

Meunier, F. 1892a. [Note sur deux nouveaux genres de Leptidae de l’ambre tertiaire.] Bulletin Bimensuel de la Société Entomologique de France 1892 (6): lxxxiii. [9 April]

[The author’s full initials are F.A Dated from Evenhuis (2002b).]

Meunier, F. 1892b. [Note sur deux nouveaux genres de Leptidae de l’ambre tertiaire.] Bulletin de la Société Entomologique de France 61: lxxxiii. [12 October]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2002b).]

Meunier, F. 1893a. [Note sur les Syrphidae fossiles de l’ambre tertiaire (diptères)]. Bulletin Bimensuel de la Société Entomologique de France 1893 (13): ccxlix–ccl. [22 July]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2002b).]

Meunier, F. 1893b. [Note sur quelques diptères fossiles de l’ambre tertiaire]. Bulletin Bimensuel de la Société Entomologique de France 1893 (19): cccxxxii–cccxxxiii. [23 December]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2002b).]

Meunier, F. 1893c. [Note sur les Syrphidae fossiles de l’ambre tertiaire (diptères)]. Bulletin de la Société Entomologique de France 62: ccxlix–ccl. [30 December]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2002b).]

Meunier, F. 1893d. Note sur les Platypezidae de l’ambre tertiaire. Bulletin de la Société Zoologique de France 18: 230–234. [after 7 December]

[This is the November issue, but a footnote on pp. 231 refers to previously published note dated 7 December.]

Meunier, F. 1894a. Note sur les Mycetophilidae fossiles de l’ambre tertiaire. Wiener Entomologische Zeitung 13: 62–64. [28 February]

Meunier, F. 1894b. [Note sur quelques diptères fossiles de l’ambre tertiaire]. Bulletin de la Société Entomologique de France 62: cccxxxii–cccxxxiii. [25 April]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2002b).]

Meunier, F. 1894c. [Note sur les Mycetophilidae fossiles de l’ambre tertiaire]. Bulletin Bimensuel de la Société Entomologique de France 1894 (8): cx–cxii. [5 May]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2002b).]

Meunier, F. 1894d. [Sur quelques Tipulidae de l’ambre tertiaire (Dipt.)]. Bulletin Bimensuel de la Société Entomologique de France 1894 (12/13): clxxvii–clxxviii. [21 July]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2002b).]

Meunier, F. 1894e. [Note sur les Mycetophilidae fossiles de l’ambre tertiaire]. Bulletin de la Société Entomologique de France 63: cx–cxii. [25 November]

Meunier, F. 1895a. Sur quelques Tipulidae de l’ambre tertiaire (Dipt.)]. Bulletin de la Société Entomologique de France 63: clxxvii–clxxviii. [30 May]

Meunier, F. 1895b. Observations sur quelques diptères tertiaires et catalogue bibliographique complet sur les insectes fossiles de cet ordre. Annales de la Société Scientifique de Bruxelles (Mémoires) 19: 1–17. [31 December+]

Meunier, F. 1895c. Les Dolichopodidae de l’ambre tertiaire. Annales de la Société Scientifique de Bruxelles (Mémoires) 19: 173–175. [31 December+]

Meunier, F. 1897. Sur un mycétophilide de l’ambre tertiaire. Bulletin de la Société Entomologique de France 1897: 218. [before 13 October]

Meunier, F. 1899a. Sur les conopaires de l’ambre tertiaire [Dipt.]. Bulletin de la Société Entomologique de France 1899: 145–146. [May]

Meunier, F. 1899b. Revision des diptères fossiles types de Loew conservés au Musée Provincial de Koenigsberg [part]. Miscellanea Entomologica 7: 161–165. [1 November]

Meunier, F. 1899c. Note sur les Dolichopodidae de l’ambre tertiaire [Dipt.]. Bulletin de la Société Entomologique de France 1899: 322–323. [November]

Meunier, F. 1899d. Étude des quelques diptères de l’ambre tertiaire. 1re note. Bulletin de la Société Entomologique de France 1899: 334–35. [November]

Meunier, F. 1899e. Revision des diptères fossiles types de Loew conservés au Musée Provincial de Koenigsberg [part]. Miscellanea Entomologica 7: 169–182. [15 December].

Meunier, F. 1899f. Étude des quelques diptères de l’ambre tertiaire. 2e note. Bulletin de la Société Entomologique de France 1899: 358–359. [December]

Meunier, F. 1900. Étude des quelques diptères de l’ambre tertiaire. 4e note. Bulletin de la Société Entomologique de France 1900: 111–112. [March]

Meunier, F. 1901a. Über die Syrphiden des Bernsteins. Allgemeine Zeitschrift für Entomologie 6: 70–72. [1 March]

Meunier, F. 1901b. Nouvelles recherches sur quelques Cecidomyidae et Mycetophilidae de l’ambre et description d’un nouveau genre et d’une nouvelle espèce de Cecidomyidae du copal de l’Afrique. Annales de la Société Scientifique de Bruxelles (Mémoires) 25: 183–202. [31 December+]

Meunier, F. 1902a. Description de quelques diptères de l’ambre. Annales de la Société Scientifique de Bruxelles (Mémoires) 26: 96–104. [6 May*]

Meunier, F. 1902b. Les Cecidomyidae de l’ambre de la Baltique. Marcellia 1: 100–103. [after 15 April]

[Preface dated 15 April.]

Meunier, F. 1902c. Les Culicidae de l’ambre. Revue Scientifique du Bourbonnaise et du Centre de France 15: 199–200. [30 December*]

Meunier, F. 1902d. Études de quelques diptères de l’ambre. Annales des Sciences Naturelles (Zoologie) (8) 16: 395–405. [31 December+]

Meunier, F. 1903a. Les Pipunculidae de l’ambre. Revue Scientifique du Bourbonnaise et du Centre de France 16: 148–151. [September]

Meunier, F. 1903b. Un nouveau genre de Sciaridae de l’ambre. Revue Scientifique du Bourbonnaise et du Centre de France 16: 165–167. [December]

Meunier, F. 1904a. Monographie des Cecidomyidae, des Sciaridae, des Mycetophilidae et des Chironomidae de l’ambre de la Baltique [part]. Annales de la Société Scientifique de Bruxelles (Mémoires) 28: 12–92. [6 February*]

[This article was published in two issues of this journal as well as being reprinted separately. See Meunier, 1904c for other details on this publication.]

Meunier, F. 1904b. Sur un Corethra de l’ambre de la Baltique [Dipt.]. Bulletin de la Société Entomologique de France 1904: 89–91. [21 April]

Meunier, F. 1904c. Monographie des Cecidomyidae, des Sciaridae, des Mycetophilidae et des Chironomidae de l’ambre de la Baltique. Brussels. 264 pp. [9 July]

[This is the separate of the journal version for which pages 82–264 (corresponding to journal pages 93–275) predate the journal version. The footnote to the first page of the separate (not present in the journal version) states “Le manuscrit des Cecidomyidae, Sciaridae et Chironomidae a été soumis à M. l’abbé J.J. Kieffer, de Bitche, et celui des Mycetophilidae à M. Rübsaamen, de Berlin”.]

Meunier, F. 1904d. Monographie des Cecidomyidae, des Sciaridae, des Mycetophilidae et des Chironomidae de l’ambre de la Baltique [concl.]. Annales de la Société Scientifique de Bruxelles (Mémoires) 28: 93–275. [6 August*]

[See also Meunier, 1904a and 1904c for more details on this publication.]

Meunier, F. 1904e. Contribution à la faune des Helomyzinae de l’ambre de la Baltique. Feuille des Jeunes Naturalistes 35: 21–27. [1 December]

Meunier, F. 1904f. Beitrag zur Syrphiden-Fauna des Bernsteins. Jahrbuch der Königlich Preussischen Geologische Landesanstalt und Bergakademie zu Berlin 24: 201–210. [31 December+]

Meunier, F. 1905a. Contribution à la faune des acalyptères Agromyzinae de l’ambre. Annales de la Société Scientifique de Bruxelles 29: 89–94. [7 February*]

Meunier, F. 1905b. Sur un curieux Psychodidæ de l’ambre de la Baltique. Miscellanea Entomologica 13: 49–51. [April]

Meunier, F. 1905c. Monographie de Psychodidae de l’ambre de la Baltique. Annales Historico-Naturales Musei Nationalis Hungarici 3: 235–255. [1 June]

Meunier, F. 1905d. Sur quelques diptères (Cecidomyidae, Tachininae, Chloropinae, Phoridae) et un hyménoptère (Chalcidae) du copal récent de Madagascar. Miscellanea Entomologica 13: 89–92. [July]

Meunier, F. 1905e. Nouvelles recherches sur quelques diptères et hyménoptères du copal fossile « dit de Zanzibar ». Revue Scientifique du Bourbonnaise et du Centre de France 18: 204–216. [December]

Meunier, F. 1906a. Sur deux insectes (hyménoptère et diptère) du copal fossile de Zanzibar. Et sur un « Asilidae » (diptère) du copal récent de Zanzibar. Revue Scientifique du Bourbonnaise et du Centre de France 19: 59–63. [March]

Meunier, F. 1906b. Un nouveau genre de Psychodidae et une nouvelle espèce de Dactylolabis (Tipulidae) de l’ambre de la Baltique. Le Naturaliste (2) 28: 103–04. [1 May]

Meunier, F. 1906c. Sur une nouvelle espèce de Toxorrhina du copal récent de Madagascar. Bulletin de la Société d’Étude des Sciences Naturelles et du Musée d’Histoire Naturelle d’Elbeuf 24: 97–100. [8 September*]

Meunier, F. 1906d. Les Dolichopodidae de l’ambre de la Baltique. Compte Rendus Hebdomedaires de l’Academie des Sciences Paris 143: 617–18. [5 November]

Meunier, F. 1906e. Les Dolichopodidae de l’ambre de la Baltique. Le Naturaliste (2) 28: 267. [15 November]

Meunier, F. 1906f. Monographie des Tipulidae et Dixidae de l’ambre de la Baltique. Annales des Sciences Naturelles (Zoologie) (9) 4: 349–401. [December]

Meunier, F. 1907a. Contribution à la faune des Mycetophilidae du copal récent de Zanzibar et Madagascar. Le Naturaliste (2) 29: 53–54. [1 March]

Meunier, F. 1907b. Beitrag zur Fauna der Bibioniden, Simuliiden und Rhyphiden des Bernsteins. Jahrbuch der Königlich Preussischen Geologische Landesanstalt und Bergakademie zu Berlin 24: 391–404. [before June]

[Cited by Handlirsch (1907), which was published in June.]

Meunier, F. 1907c. Monographie des Dolichopodidae de l’ambre de la Baltique [part]. Le Naturaliste (2) 29: 197–199. [1 September]

Meunier, F. 1907d. Monographie des Dolichopodidae de l’ambre de la Baltique [part]. Le Naturaliste (2) 29: 209–211. [15 September]

Meunier, F. 1907e. Monographie des Dolichopodidae de l’ambre de la Baltique [part]. Le Naturaliste (2) 29: 221–222. [1 October]

Meunier, F. 1907f. Monographie des Dolichopodidae de l’ambre de la Baltique [part]. Le Naturaliste (2) 29: 233–235. [15 October]

Meunier, F. 1907g. Monographie des Dolichopodidae de l’ambre de la Baltique [part]. Le Naturaliste (2) 29: 245–246. [1 November]

Meunier, F. 1907h. Monographie des Dolichopodidae de l’ambre de la Baltique [part]. Le Naturaliste (2) 29: 260–262. [15 November]

Meunier, F. 1907i. Monographie des Dolichopodidae de l’ambre de la Baltique [part]. Le Naturaliste (2) 29: 269–271. [1 December]

Meunier, F. 1907j. Monographie des Dolichopodidae de l’ambre de la Baltique [part]. Le Naturaliste (2) 29: 281–282. [15 December]

Meunier, F. 1908a. Monographie des Dolichopodidae de l’ambre de la Baltique [part]. Le Naturaliste (2) 30: 7–9. [1 January]

Meunier, F. 1908b. Monographie des Dolichopodidae de l’ambre de la Baltique [part]. Le Naturaliste (2) 30: 21–23. [15 January]

Meunier, F. 1908c. Monographie des Dolichopodidae de l’ambre de la Baltique [part]. Le Naturaliste (2) 30: 29–30. [1 February]

Meunier, F. 1908d. Monographie des Dolichopodidae de l’ambre de la Baltique [part]. Le Naturaliste (2) 30: 45–46. [15 February]

Meunier, F. 1908e. Les Asilidae de l’ambre de la Baltique [Dipt.]. Bulletin de la Société Entomologique de France 1908: 18–20. [25 February]

Meunier, F. 1908f. Monographie des Dolichopodidae de l’ambre de la Baltique [part]. Le Naturaliste (2) 30: 57–59. [1 March]

Meunier, F. 1908g. Sur quelques diptères (Muscinae, Ortalinae, Helomyzinae) du copal récent de Zanzibar. Annales de la Société Scientifique de Bruxelles (Mémoires) 32: 252–257. [25 July*]

Meunier, F. 1908h. Sur quelques diptères Xylophagidae, Therevidae, Arthropidae, Stratiomyidae, Tanypezinae et Ortalinae de l’ambre de la Baltique, de la collection du Prof. Dr. R. Klebs. Annales de la Société Scientifique de Bruxelles (Mémoires) 32: 258–267. [25 July*]

Meunier, F. 1908i. Monographie des Empididae de l’ambre de la Baltique et catalogue bibliographique complet sur les diptères de cette résine. Annales des Sciences Naturelles (Zoologie) (9) 7: 81–135. [September]

Meunier, F. 1910a. Contribution à la faune des Phoridae du Copal sub-fossile de Zanzibar, récent de Zanzibar, de Madagascar et d’Accra [part]. Le Naturaliste 32: 5–7. [1 January]

Meunier, F. 1910b. Contribution à la faune des Phoridae du Copal sub-fossile de Zanzibar, récent de Zanzibar, de Madagascar et d’Accra [concl.]. Le Naturaliste 32: 18–20. [15 January]

Meunier, F. 1910c. Contribution à la faune des diptères du copal récent de Zanzibar, de Madagascar et d’Accra. Annales de la Société Scientifique de Bruxelles (Mémoires) 34: 140–148. [26 February*]

Meunier, F. 1910d. Monographie der Leptiden und der Phoriden des Bernsteins. Jahrbuch der Königlich Preussischen Geologische Landesanstalt und Bergakademie zu Berlin 30(2)[1909]: 64–90. [12 March]

[Date of mailing of reprint by Meunier.]

Meunier, F. 1910e. Sur un Cyrtidae de l’ambre de la Baltique. Bulletin de la Société Entomologique de France 1910: 177–79 [30 May]

Meunier, F. 1910f. Les Stratiomyidae de l’ambre de la Baltique [Dipt.]. Bulletin de la Société Entomologique de France 1910: 199–201. [10 June]

Meunier, F. 1910g. Un Bombylidae de l’ambre de la Baltique (Dipt.). Bulletin de la Société Entomologique de France 1910: 349–350. [26 December]

Meunier, F. 1912a. Un nouveau Mycetophilidae de l’ambre de la Baltique [Dipt.]. Bulletin de la Société Entomologique de France 1912: 88–90. [28 February]

Meunier, F. 1912b. Coup d’oeil rétrospectif sur les diptères du succin de la Baltique. Annales de la Société Scientifique de Bruxelles (Mémoires) 36: 160–186 [5 November*]

Meunier, F. 1912c. Aperçu sur quelques Chironomidae et Ceratopogonidae du copal récent de Zanzibar et de Madagascar. Annales de la Société Scientifique de Bruxelles 36: 189–192. [5 November*]

Meunier, F. 1912d. Quelques Chironomidae du copal récent de Zanzibar et de Madagascar [Dipt.]. Bulletin de la Société Entomologique de France 1912: 361–366. [27 November]

Meunier, F. 1915a. Nouvelles recherches sur quelques insectes du Sannoisien d’Aix-en-Provence. Bulletin de la Société Géologique de France (4) 14: 176–198. [2 February]

[Although the entire volume 14 of this journal is dated 1914, page 193 of this article of the Bulletin has “2 février 1915” printed at the bottom.]

Meunier, F. 1915b. Nouvelles recherches sur quelques insectes des plâtrières d’Aix en Provence. Verhandelingen der Koninklijke Akademie van Wetenschappen (Afdeeling Naturkunde) 18 (5): 1–17. [September]

Meunier, F. 1915c. Über einige fossile Insekten aus den Braunkohlenschichten (Aquitanien) von Rott (Siebengebirge) [part]. Zeitschrift der Deutsche Geologische Gesellschaft (A) 67: 205–217. [July–September]

Meunier, F. 1915d. Über einige fossile Insekten aus den Braunkohlenschichten (Aquitanien) von Rott (Siebengebirge) [concl.]. Zeitschrift der Deutsche Geologische Gesellschaft (A) 67: 219–230. [October–December]

Meunier, F. 1916a. Sur quelques diptères (Bombylidae, Leptidae, Dolichopodidae et Chironomidae) de l’ambre de la Baltique. Tijdschrift voor Entomologie 59: 274–286. [15 December]

Meunier, F. 1916b. Beitrag zur Monographie der Mycetophiliden und Tipuliden des Bernsteins. Zeitschrift der Deutsche Geologische Gesellschaft (A) 68: 477–493. [December]

Meunier, F. 1917a. Ueber einige Mycetophiliden und Tipuliden des Bernsteins nebst Beschreibung der Gattung Palaeotanypeza (Tanypezinae) derselben Formation. Neues Jahrbuch für Mineralogie, Geologie und Paläontologie 1917 (3): 73–106. [9 October]

Meunier, F. 1917b. Sur quelques insectes de l’Aquitanien de Rott, Sept Montagnes (Preusse rhénane). Verhandelingen der Koninklijke Akademie van Wetenschappen (Afdeeling Naturkunde) 20 (1): 3–17. [November]

Meunier, F. 1919. Neue Beiträge über die fossilen Insekten aus der Braunkohle von Rott (Aquitanien) im Siebengebirge (Rheinpreußen). Jahrbuch der Königlich Preussischen Geologische Landesanstalt und Bergakademie zu Berlin 39(1): 141–153. [November–December]

[This is the volume for 1918, but the wrapper has “1919”. Recorded in the November/December issue of Nat. Novit.]

Meunier, F. 1920a. Quelques insectes de l’Aquitanien de Rott, Sept-Monts (Prusse rhénane) [part]. Verhandelingen der Koninklijke Akademie van Wetenschappen (Afdeeling Naturkunde) 28: 645–55. [September] [Also published, 1920, Proc. K. Akad. Wetenskap. 22: 727–37.]

Meunier, F. 1920b. Quelques insectes de l’Aquitanien de Rott, Sept-Monts (Prusse rhénane) [concl.]. Verhandelingen der Koninklijke Akademie van Wetenschappen (Afdeeling Naturkunde) 28: 1215–1222.

[Also published, 1920, Proc. K. Akad. Wetenskap. 22: 891–898.]

Meunier, F. 1922a. Über einige neue Insektenreste aus dem Aquitanien von Rott am Siebengebirge (Rheinpreußen) und drei bereits von Germar beschriebene Typen. Jahrbuch der Königlich Preussischen Geologische Landesanstalt und Bergakademie zu Berlin 42: 506–510. [31 December+]

Meunier, F. 1922b. Nouvelle contribution à la monographie des “Mycetophilidae” (Ceroplatinae, Mycetophilinae et Sciophilinae) de l’ambre de la Baltique [part]. Revue Scientifique du Bourbonnaise et du Centre de France 1922: 114–120. [December]

Meunier, F. 1923a. Sur quelques insectes de l’Aquitanien de Rott (Sept-Monts, Rhénanie). Miscellanea Entomologica 26: 82–88. [March]

Meunier, F. 1923b. Nouvelle contribution à la monographie des « Mycetophilidae » (Ceroplatinae, Mycetophilinae et Sciophilinae) de l’ambre de la Baltique [concl.]. Revue Scientifique du Bourbonnaise et du Centre de France 1923(1): 14–34. [April]

Meunier, F. 1923c. Sur quelques nouveaux insectes des lignites oligocènes (Aquitanien) de Rott, Siebengebirge (Rhénanie). Versl. K. Akad. Wetenskap. (II) 26: 605–612. [29 December*]

Meyer, H. von. 1851. Mittheilungen an Professor Bronn gerichtet. Neues Jahrbuch für Mineralogie, Geognosie, Geologie und Petrefakten-Kunde 1851: 677–679. [31 December+]

Michelsen, V. 1996. First reliable record of a fossil species of Anthomyiidae (Diptera), with comments on the definition of recent and fossil clades in phylogenetic classification. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 58(4): 441–451. [August]

Michelsen, V. 1999. Wood gnats of the genus Sylvicola (Diptera, Anisopodidae): Taxonomic status, family assignment, and review of nominal species described by J.C. Fabricius. Tijdschrift voor Entomologie 142(1): 69–75. [22 September]

Michelsen, V. 2000. Oldest authentic record of a fossil calyptrate fly (Diptera): a species of Anthomyiidae from early Coenozoic Baltic amber. Studia Dipterologica 7(1): 11–18. [15 September]

Michelsen, V. 2009. Hoffeinsmyiidae, a new extinct family of Schizophora (Diptera) from Baltic amber. Studia Dipterologica 15(1-2)[2008]: 211–222. [14 September]

Mik, J. 1866. Beitrag zur Dipterenfauna des österreichischen Küstenlandes. Verhandlungen der Zoologisch-Botanischen Gesellschaft in Wien 16: 301–310. [31 December+]

Mik, J. 1878. Dipterologische Untersuchungen. Jahresbericht der Kaiserlich-Königlichen Akademische Gymnasium in Wien 1877/1878: 1–24. [31 December+]

[Also published separately, 1878, with the same title, 26 pp., Wien. The school program above is deemed to have been published prior to the reprinted version.]

Mik, J. 1886. Dipterologische Miscellen. [I.] Wiener Entomologische Zeitung 5: 101–102. [25 March]

Mik, J. 1889. Verrallia nov. gen. Pipunculidarum (Dipt.). Wiener Entomologische Zeitung 8: 133–137. [10 June]

Miller, E.M. 1941. Dates of receipt of the Annals in university libraries. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 34: 689. [6 October]

Möhn, E. 1960. Eine neue Gallmücke aus der niederrheinischen Braunkohle, Sequoiomyia kraeuseli n. g., n. sp. (Diptera, Itonididae). Senckenbergiana Lethaea 41: 513–522. [29 August]

Mohrig, W. and Röschmann, F. 1994. Revision der Trauermücken-Typen von Loew und Meunier aus dem Baltischen Bernstein (Diptera, Sciaridae). Deutsche Entomologische Zeitschrift (N.F.) 41: 79–136. [4 March]

Mohrig, W. & Röschmann, F. 2005. Sciarid flies from Dominican amber (Diptera, Sciaridae). Beiträge zur Entomologie 55(2): 319–361. [27 December]

Morge, G. 1967. Die Lonchaeidae und Pallopteridae Österreichs und der Angrezenden Gebiete. Part II: Die Pallopteridae. Naturkundliches Jahrbuch der Stadt Linz 1967: 141–231. [31 December+]

Mostovski, M.B. 1995a. [New Mesozoic Platypezidae (Diptera) and the main directions of evolution of the family.] Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal, 1995(2): 106–118. [April–June]

[In Russian; English translation, 1995, Paleontological Journal 29(2): 130–146.]

Mostovski, M.B. 1995b. New taxa of ironomyiid flies (Diptera, Phoromorpha, Ironomyiidae) from Cretaceous deposits of Siberia and Mongolia. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal, 1995(4): 86–103. [October–December]

                        [In Russian; English translation, 1996, in Paleontological Journal, 30(3): 318–331.]

Mostovski, M.B. 1996a. [New species of phoromorph dipteran insect (Diptera, Phoromorpha) from the Upper Cretaceous of the eastern Siberia]. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 1996(3): 69–72. [July–September]

[In Russian; English translation, 1996, in Paleontological Journal 30(4): 436–439.]

Mostovski, M.B. 1996b. New species of the genus Mesosolva Hong, 1983 (Diptera, Archisargidae) from the Jurassic of Kazakhstan and Mongolia. Museum of Northern Arizona Bulletin 60: 329–332.

Mostovski, M.B. 1996c. To the knowledge of Archisargoidea (Diptera, Brachycera). Families Eremochaetidae and Archisargidae. Russian Entomological Journal 5(1-4): 117–124. [May]

Mostovski, M.B. 1997. To the knowledge of fossil Dipterans of superfamily Archisargoidea (Diptera, Brachycera). Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 1997(1): 72–77. [January–February]

[In Russian; English translation, 1997, Paleontological Journal 31(1): 72–78.]

Mostovski, M.B. 1998. A revision of the nemestrinid flies (Diptera, Nemestrinidae) described by Rohdendorf, and a deascription of new taxa of the Nemestrinidae from the Upper Jurassic of Kazakhstan. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 1998(4): 47–53. [July–August]

[In Russian; English translation, 1998, in Paleontological Journal 32(4): 369–375.]

Mostovski, M.B. 1999a. A brief review of brachycerous flies (Diptera, Brachycera) in the Mesozoic, with descriptions of some curious taxa, pp. 103–110. In: P. Vrsansky (ed.), Proceedings of the First Palaeoentomological Conference, Moscow, 1998. AMBA Projects International, Bratislava. [31 December+]

Mostovski, M.B. 1999b. Curious Phoridae (Insecta, Diptera) found mainly in Cretaceous ambers. Estudios del Museo de Ciencias Naturales de Alava 14(Número especial 2): 231–243. [31 December+]

Mostovski, M.B. 1999c. On an interesting find of a brachycerous fly (Diptera, Brachycera) in the Jurassic of Kazakhstan. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 1999(4): 70–72. [July-August]

[In Russian; English translation, 1999, in Paleontological Journal 33(4): 406–408.]

Mostovski, M.B. 2000. Contributions to the study of fossil snipe-flies (Diptera: Rhagionidae). The genus Palaeobolbomyia. Paleontological Journal 34(Supplementary Issue 3): S360–S366.

Mostovski, M.B. 2008. Contributions to the study of fossil snipe flies (Diptera: Rhagionidae): the genus Protorhagio. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 2008(1): 78–83. [January-February]

                        [In Russian; English translation, 2008, Paleontological Journal 42(1): 75–80.]

Mostovski, M.B. & Jarzembowski, E.A. 2000. The first brachycerous flies (Diptera: Rhagionidae) from the Lower Jurassic of Gondwana. Paleontological Journal 34 (Supplementary Issue 3): S367–S369.

Mostovski, M.B., Jarzembowski, E.A. & Coram, R.A. 2003. Horseflies and athericids (Diptera: Tabanidae, Athericidae) from the Lower Cretaceous of England and Transbaikalia. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 2003(2): 57–64. [March–April]

[In Russian; English translation, 2003, Paleontological Journal 37(2): 162–169.]

Mostovski, M.B., Jarzembowski, E.A., Coram, R.A. & Ansorge, J. 2000. Curious snipe-flies (Diptera: Rhagionidae) from the Purbeck of Dorset, the Wealden of the weald and the Lower Cretaceous of Spain and Transbaikalia. Proceedings of the Geologists’ Association 111(2): 153–160. [April]

Mostovski, M.B. & Martinez-Delclos, X. 2000. New Nemestrinoidea (Diptera: Brachycera) from the Upper Jurassic - Lower Cretaceous of Eurasia, taxonomy and palaeobiology. Entomological Problems 31(2): 137–148. [December]

Mostovski, M.B., Ross, A.J., Szadziewski, R. & Krzeminski, W. 2003. Redescription of Simulidium priscum Westwood and Pseudosimulium humidum (Brodie) (Insecta: Diptera: Rhagionidae) from the Purbeck Limestone group  (Lower Cretaceous) of England. Journal of Systematic Palaeontology 1(1): 59–64. [23 April]

Moucha, J. 1972. Pořehled fosilních druhůovádovitych (Insecta: Tabanidae). Časopis Národního Muzea Řada přírodovědná 141: 28–29. [31 December +]

Moussa, M.T. 1970. Nematode fossil trails from the Green River Formation (Eocene) in the Uinta Basin, Utah. Journal of Paleontology 44: 304–307. [23 March]

Müller, A.H. 1977. Über fossile und rezente Ichnia vom Typ Helicorhaphe und Belorhaphe sowie ihre Erzeuger auf Flugsanddunen der Gegenwart. Freiberger Forschungsheft (C) 6: 55–63. [before 8 September]

Munroe, D.D. 1974. The systematics, phylogeny, and zoogeography of Symmerus Walker and Australosymmerus Freeman (Diptera: Mycetophilidae: Ditomyiinae). Memoirs of the Entomological  Society of Canada 92, 183 pp. [23 April]

Murchison, R.I. 1845. Outline of the geology of the neighbourhood of Cheltenham. A new ed., augm. and rev. J. Murray, London. xiv + pp. 15–109. [31 December+]

 

 

 

Nagatomi, A. 1970. Rachiceridae (Diptera) from the Oriental and Palaearctic regions. Pacific Insects 12: 417–466. [20 July]

Nagatomi, A. 1982. The genera of Rhagionidae (Diptera). Journal of Natural History 16: 31–70. [10 February]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2003b).]

Nagatomi, A. 1991. History of some families of Diptera, chiefly those of the lower Brachycera (Insecta: Diptera). Bulletin of the Biogeographical Society of Japan 46: 21–37. [20 December]

Nagatomi, A., T. Saigusa, H. Nagatomi & L. Lyneborg. 1991. The systematic position of the Apsilocephalidae, Rhagionempididae, Protempididae, Hilarimorphidae, Vermileonidae and some genera of Bombyliidae (Insecta, Diptera). Zoological Science 8: 593–607. [15 June]

Nagatomi, A. and Yang D. 1998. A review of extinct Mesozoic genera and families of Brachycera (Insecta, Diptera, Orthorrhapha). The Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine, 134, 95–192. [May-June]

Naora, N. 1933. [Notes on some fossil insects from east-Asiatic continent, with descriptions of three new species]. Entomological World (Japan) 1: 208–219. [June]

[In Japanese.]

Nartshuk, E.P. 1996. A new fossil acrocerid fly from the Jurassic beds of Kazakhstan (Diptera: Acroceridae). Zoosystematica Rossica 4(2)[1995]: 313–315. [early 1996]

Nazarov, V.I. & Karasev, V.P. 1992. [Holocene entomofauna of buried soils], pp. 5–11. In: Flora i fauna Kainozoya Belorussi. Novuka Tekhnika Press, Minsk. 191 pp. [31 December+]

[In Russian.]

Nazarov, V.I., Bogdasarov, A.A. and Ur’ev, I.I. 1994. The first find of insects (Diptera, Hymenoptera) in amber of Byelorussian Polessy. Vestsi Akademii Nauk Belrusi 2, 104–108, 128. [31 December+]

[In Russian.]

Neave, S.A. 1939. Nomenclator zoologicus. A list of the names of genera and subgenera in zoology from the tenth edition of Linnaeus 1758 to the end of 1935. In four volumes. Vol. I. A—C. Zoological Society of London. xiv + 957 pp. [after June]

[Date of foreword.]

Neave, S.A. 1940. Nomenclator zoologicus. A list of the names of genera and subgenera in zoology from the tenth edition of Linnaeus 1758 to the end of 1935. In four volumes. Vol. III. M—P. Zoological Society of London. 1, 065 pp. [19 June*]

Nectoux, P. 1981. Sur un diptère nematocère des schistes bitumineux eocènes de Menat (Puy de Dôme). Bulletin de la Société d’Histoire Naturelle de Creusot 38: 12–14. [31 December+]

Needham, J.G. 1908. Appendix C. Report of the entomological field station conducted at Old Forge, N.Y., in the summer of 1905, pp. 156–248. In: Felt, E.P., 23d report of the State Entomologist on injurious and other insects of the State of New York, 1907. Bulletin of the New York State Museum 124: 5–541. [15 October].

Negrobov, O.P. 1976. A new genus of the family Dolichopodidae (Diptera) from Paleogene retinites of the sea of Okhotsk. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 1976(4): 122–124. [1 December]

[In Russian; English translation in Paleontological Journal 10(4): 495–98.]

Negrobov, O.P. 1978. [Flies of the superfamily Empidoidea (Diptera) from Cretaceous retinite in northern Siberia]. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 1978(2): 81–90. [26 May]

[In Russian; English translation in Paleontological Journal 12(2): 221–28.]

Negrobov, O.P. & Selivanova, O.V. 2003. A new species of the genus Amesorhaga (Diptera, Dolichopodidae) from the Baltic amber. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 3: 58–64. [May–June]

Nel, A. 1994. Revision of the Miocene genus Lithobibio (Diptera: Bibionidae). European Journal of Entomology 91(4): 451–454. [December]

Nel, A. 2006. Oldest records of Bombyliidae: Phthiriinae and Mythicomyiidae: Glabellulinae from the Lowermost Eocene amber of France (Diptera: Bombylioidea). European Journal of Entomology 103(1): 109–114. [30 January]

Nel, A. 2008. The oldest bee fly in the French Paleocene (Diptera: Bombyliidae). [Le plus ancien bombyle dans le Paleocene français (Diptera : Bombyliidae)] Comptes Rendus Palevol 7(7): 401–405. [October]

Nel, A. 2010. A new Mesozoic-aged rhagionemestriid fly (Diptera: Nemestrinoidea) from China. Zootaxa 2645: 49–54. [14 October]

Nel, A. & De Plöeg, G. 2004. New fossil bee flies (Diptera: Bombylioidea) in the Lowermost Eocene amber of the Paris Basin. Geologica Acta 2(1): 57–65. [March]

Nel, A., Menier, J. & De Plöeg, G. 2002. The oldest representative of the Trichomyiinae from the Lowermost Eocene amber of the Paris Basin (France) (Diptera: Psychodidae). Annales de la Société Entomologique de France 38(3): 247–252. [4 April]

Nel, A., Perrichot, V., Daugeron, C. & Néraudeau, D. 2004. A new Microphorites in the Lower Cretaceous amber of the southwest of France (Diptera: Dolichopodidae, “Microphorinae”). Annales de la Société Entomologique de France 40(1): 23–29. [18 May]

Nel, A. & Prokop, J. 2006. New fossil gall midges from the earliest Eocene French amber (Insecta, Diptera, Cecidomyiidae). Geodiversitas 28(1): 37–54. [31 March]

Nel, A. & Prokop, J. 2004. New Paleogene Scatopsidae (Diptera: Nematocera) in amber from the Czech Republic and France. Acta Societatis Zoologicae Bohemicae 68(2): 91–98. [29 October]

Nel, A. & Skartveit, J. 2012. Occurrence of the genus Hesperinus Walker (Diptera, Hesperinidae) in the Oligocene of France. Studia Dipterologica 18(1/2)[2011]: 85–89. [20 December]

Neveu-Lemaire, M. 1902. Classification de la famille des Culicidae. Mémoires de la Société Zoologique de France 15: 195–127. [26 July*]

Newman, E. 1838. Entomological notes [part]. Entomological Magazine 5: 372–402. [31 December+]

Nolan, E.J. 1913. An index to the scientific contents of the Journal and Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia. Published in commemoration of the centenary of the Academy, March 21, 1912. Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia. xiv + 1, 419 pp. [after 27 March]

[Date of preface.]

Norman, J.R. 1938. Notes on the dates etc. of the “Memorias, ” “Repertorio, ” “Synopsis” and “Enumeratio” of Felipe Poey. Journal of the Society for the Bibliogriography of Natural History 1: 135–137. [May]

Norrbom, A.L. 1994. New genera of Tephritidae (Diptera) from Brazil and Dominican amber, with phylogenetic analysis of the tribe Ortalotrypetini. Insecta Mundi 8(1-2): 1–15. [March-June]

Norrbom, A.L. & Condon, M.A. 2000. Phylogeny of the subfamily Blepharoneurinae, pp. 135–155. In: M. Aluja & A.L. Norrbom (eds.), Fruit flies (Tephritidae): phylogeny and evolution of behavior. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida. 944 pp. [31 December+]

Novák, O. 1877. Fauna der Cyprisschiefer des Egerer Tertiärbeckens. Sitzungsberichte der Akademie der Wissenschaften in Wien (I) 76: 71–96. [July]

Nowell, W.R. 1951. The dipterous family Dixidae in western North America (Insecta: Diptera). Microentomology 16: 187–270. [14 June]

 

 

 

O’Hara, J.E. 2013. Where in the world are all the tachinid genera. The Tachinid Times 26: 10–17. [February]

O’Hara, J.E., Cerretti, P., Pape, T. & Evenhuis, N.L. 2011. Nomenclatural studies toward a world list of Diptera genus-group Names. Part II: Camillo Rondani. Zootaxa 3141: 268 pp. [23 December]

O’Hara, J.E., Raper, C.M., Pont, A.C. & Whitmore, D. 2013. Reassessment of Paleotachina Townsend and Electrotachina Townsend and their removal from the Tachinidae (Diptera). ZooKeys, 361: 27–37. [12 December]

Oberprieler, S.K. & Yeates, D.K. 2012. Calosargus talbragarensis new species: the first brachyceran fly from the Jurassic of Australia (Diptera, Archisargidae). Journal of Paleontology 86(4): 641–645. [July]

Oldroyd, H. 1977. The suborders of Diptera. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 79: 3–10. [24 January]

Oliver, D.R. 1959. Some Diamesini (Chironomidae) from the Nearctic and Palaearctic. Entomologisk Tidskrift 80: 48–64.

Olsen, P.E., C.L. Remington, B. Cornet & K.S. Thomson. 1978. Cyclic change in Late Triassic lacustrine communities. Science 201: 729–733. [25 August]

Omboni, G. 1886. Di alcuni insetti fossili del Veneto. Atti della Reale Istituto Veneto di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti (6) 4: 1421–1435. [October]

Oosterbroek, P. & Br. Theowald. 1991. Phylogeny of the Tipuloidea based on characters of larvae and pupae (Diptera, Nematocera) with an index to the literature except Tipulidae. Tijdschrift voor Entomologie 134: 211–67. [18 December]

Oosterbroek, P. & Br. Theowald. 1992. Family Tipulidae, pp. 56–178. In: Soós, Á. & L. Papp, eds., Catalogue of Palaearctic Diptera. Volume 1. Trichoceridae — Nymphomyiidae. Hungarian Natural History Museum, Budapest. 520 pp. [30 April]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2008b).]

d’Orbigny, C.V.D., ed. 1844. Dictionnaire universel d’histoire naturelle résumant et complétant tous les faits présentés par les encyclopédies, les anciens dictionnaires scientifiques, les oeuvres complètes de Buffon, et les traités spéciaux sur les diverses branches des sciences naturelles;–donnant la description des êtres et des divers phénomènes de la nature l’étymologie et la définition des noms scientifiques, les principales applications des corps organiques et inorganiques à l’agriculture, à la médecine, aux arts industriels, etc.; dirigé par M. Charles d’Orbigny, et enrichi d’un magnifique atlas de 288 planches gravées sur acier. Tome quatrième. [Livraison 48]. C. Renard, Paris. Pp. 705–752. [20 May]

[This work consists of 13 volumes (plus 3 atlases) published in 12 livraisons each for all volumes except the thirteenth; various copies exist with differing dates of publication on the title page of each volume; a second edition of this work was issued in 1861. The livraison with these pages was received by the Academie des Sciences, Paris on 20 May 1844. See also Evenhuis (1990b) for further details on dating and publication of this work.]

d’Orbigny, C.V.D., ed. 1845. Dictionnaire universel d'histoire naturelle . . . Tome sixième. [Livraison 65.] C. Renard, Paris. [23 July]

[This livraison was received by the Academie des Sciences, Paris on this date. See d’Orbigny (1844) above for full citation and brief details on publication. See also Evenhuis (1990b) for further details on dating and publication of this work.]

Osten Sacken, C.R. 1860. New genera and species of North American Tipulidae with short palpi, with an attempt at a new classification of the tribe. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 1859: 197–256. [10 January]

[Dated from Nolan (1913: xii).]

Osten Sacken, C.R. 1862. On the North American Cecidomyidae, pp. 173–205. In: Loew, H., Monographs of the Diptera of North America. Part I. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections 6(1): 1–221. [April]

Osten Sacken, C.R. 1869. Monographs of the Diptera of North America. Part IV. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections 8 (219), x + 345 pp. [before 9 January]

[Dated from Neave (1939: 341).]

Osten Sacken, C.R. 1877. Western Diptera: descriptions of new genera and species of Diptera from the region west of the Mississippi and especially from California. Bulletin of the United States Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territory 3: 189–354. [30 April]

Osten Sacken, C.R. 1878. Catalogue of the described Diptera of North America. Second edition. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections 270, xlviii + 276 pp. [October]

Osten Sacken, C.R. 1886. Diptera [part], pp. 1–24. In: Godman, F.D. & O. Salvin, eds., Biologia Centrali-Americana. Zoologia. Insecta. Diptera. Volume 1. Taylor & Francis, London. viii + 378 pp. [July]

Osten Sacken, C.R. 1887a. Studies on Tipulidae. Part I. Review of the published genera of the Tipulidae longipalpi. Berliner Entomologische Zeitschrift 30: 153–188. [January]

Osten Sacken, C.R. 1887b. Diptera [part], pp. 177–208. In: Godman, F.D. & O. Salvin, eds., Biologia Centrali-Americana. Zoologia. Insecta. Diptera. Volume 1. Taylor & Francis, London. viii + 378 pp. [31 March*]

Osten Sacken, C.R. 1903. Record of my life work in entomology. University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts. ix + 204 pp. [October]

Oustalet, J.F.E. 1870. Recherches sur les insectes fossiles des terraines tertiaires de la France. Annales des Sciences Géologique 2(3): 1–178. [31 December+]

 

 

 

Palmer, A.R. 1957. Miocene arthropods from the Mojave Desert California. Seventeen species of aquatic and terrestrial arthropods from lacustrine beds of the Barstow formation are described and illustrated. United States Geological Survey Professional Paper 294-G: 237–277. [31 December+]

Palmer, A.R. & A.M. Bassett. 1954. Nonmarine Miocene arthropods from California. Science 120: 228–229. [4 August]

Panzer, G.W.F. [1809]. Faunae insectorum germanicae initia oder Deutschlands Insecten. Heft 108. Nürnberg [= Nuremberg]. [24] pp., 24 pls. [31 December+]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Paramonov, S.J. 1936. Zur Entomofauna der Bernsteins. Zbirnik Prats Zoologichnogo Muzeyu, Kyiv 18: 53–64. [15 November]

Paramonov, S.J. 1939. Kritische Übersicht der gegenwartigen und fossilen Bombyliiden-Gattungen (Diptera) der ganzen Welt. Trudy Instytut Zoologii ta Biologii, Kiev 23: 23–50. [early 1939]

Parent, O. 1936. Un diptère dolichopodide fossile de l’ambre de Roumanie. Revue Française d’Entomologique 3: 211–13. [1 December]

Parent, O. & F. Quiévreux. 1935. Deux nouveaux dolichopodides fossiles de l’Oligocène inferieur du Haut-Rhin. Encyclopédie Entomologique (B) II 8: 151–53. [April]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1989a: 210.]

Park, L.E. & Downing, K.F. 2001. Paleoecology of an exceptionally preserved arthropod fauna from lake deposits of the Miocene Barstow Formation, Southern California, U.S.A. Palaios 16(2): 175–184. [April]

Partington, C.F. 1837. The British cyclopaedia of natural history: combining a scientific classification of animals, plants, and minerals; with a popular view of their habits, economy, and structure. By authors eminent in their particular department. Third volume [Part 37, pp. 577–640. Rosaceae–Seal]. Orr & Smith, London. [March]

[The entire encyclopaedia is comprised of numerous volumes divided into various disciplinary divisions and published from 1828–1838. The “Natural History” division was issued in 40 monthly parts in 3 volumes, 1834–1837. Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Peñalver, E. 1995. Insectos dípteros (Diptera: Keroplatidae y Scatopsidae) en al ámbar de la Republica Dominicana. Cidaris 4: 55–65. [January]

Peñalver, E. & Arillo, A. 2007. A new species of the family Hybotidae in the Lower Cretaceous amber of El Caleyu (Asturias, Spain); Alavesia prietoi n. sp. Alavesia 1: 63–68. [31 December+]

Peñalver, E. & Grimaldi, D.A. 2006. Assemblages of mammalian hair and blood-feeding midges (Insecta: Diptera: Psychodidae: Phlebotominae) in Miocene amber. Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh Earth Sciences 96(2)[2005]: 177–195. [early 2006]

Penney, D., Evenhuis, N.L. & Green, D.I. 2013. A new species of Proceroplatus Edwards (Diptera: Keroplatidae) in Miocene amber from the Dominican Republic. Zootaxa 3686(5): 593–599. [16 July]

Pérez de la Fuente, R., Delclos, X., Peñalver, E. & Arillo, A. 2011. Biting midges (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) from the Early Cretaceous El Soplao amber (N Spain). Cretaceous Research 32: 750–761. [December]

Perkovsky, E.E. & Fedotova, Z.A. 2004. New species of gall midges (Diptera, Cecidomyiidae) from Rovno amber: Subfamily Lestremiinae, tribes Micromyiini and Peromyiini. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 2004(4): 44–54. [July]

[In Russian; English translation, 2004, Paleontological Journal 38(4): 396–406.]

Perkovsky, E.E. & Fedotova, Z.A. 2008a. New gall midge taxa of the subfamilies Porricondylinae and Lasiopterinae (Diptera, Cecidomyiidae) from the Rovno amber. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 2008(2): 60–69. [March-April]

Perkovsky, E.E. & Fedotova, Z.A. 2008b. К систематике галлиц надтрибы Heteropezidi (Diptera, Cecidomyiidae): переописание и описане новы таксонов из триб Miastorini i Heteropezini (ровенский янтар). [On the systematics of the gall-midge supertribe Heteropezidi (Diptera, Cecidomyiidae) from the Rovno amber. New taxa and combinations of the tribes Heteropezini and Miastorini.] Vestnik Zoologii 42(5): 403–425. [September–October]

[In Russian.]

Perrichot, V., Nel, A. & Krzemiński, W. 2007. A new crane fly (Diptera: Limoniidae) from the Cretaceous amber of France. Alavesia 1: 75–80. [31 December+]

Peterson, B.V. 1975. A new Cretaceous bibionid from Canadian amber (Diptera: Bibionidae). The Canadian Entomologist 107: 711–715. [10 June]

Petrulevicius, J.F., Nel, A., De Franceschi, D., Goillot, C., Antoine, P.-O., Salas-Gismondi, R. & Flynn, J.J. 2011. First fossil blood sucking Psychodidae in South America: a sycoracine moth fly (Insecta: Diptera) in the Middle Miocene Amazonian amber. Insect Systematics & Evolution 42(1): 87–96. [January]

Petrunkevitch, A. 1956. Eohelea stridulans, a striking example of paramorphism in a Baltic amber gnat. Science 123: 675. [20 April]

Petrunkevitch, A. 1957. Eohelea stridulans, n. gen., n. sp., a striking example of paramorphism in an amber biting-midge. Journal of Paleontology 31: 208–214. [26 February]

Philippi, R.A. 1865. Aufzählung der chilenischen Dipteren. Verhandlungen der Zoologisch-Botanischen Gesellschaft in Wien 15: 595–782. [31 December+]

[A reprint of this article with the year as “1865”, which was possibly issued before the journal version, exists in the NAL library. The journal version was not published until April 1866.]

Pierce, W.D. 1945. Fossil arthropods of California. [5a to 8]. Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 44: 1–9. [1 June]

Pierce, W.D. 1950. When does a thing become a fossil? Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 49: 105–107. [8 December]

Pierce, W.D. 1962. The significance of the petroliferous nodules of our desert mountains. Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 61: 7–14. [After 24 January]

Pierce, W.D. 1966. Fossil arthropods of California. 29. Silicified Miocene pupae of ceratopogonid flies. Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 65: 91–98. [June]

Pike, E.M. 1993. Taphonomy of amber and collection biases. Palaios 8: 411–419. [October]

Ping C. 1928. Cretaceous fossil insects of China. Paleontologica Sinica (B) 13: 1–56. [30 December]

[The work is appended wityh 7 pages of summary in Japanese.]

Piton, L. 1934. Un nouvel insecte fossile du Cantel. Tipula maclurei Scudder, variété chervini Piton. Bulletin de la Société d'Histoire Naturelle du Auvergne 22: 38. [October]

Piton, L. 1936. Additions à la faune entomologique des cinérites du Lac Chambon (Puy-de-Dome). Revue Scientifique du Bourbonnaise et du Centre de France 1936: 16–24. [26 August*]

Piton, L. 1939. Note complémentaire sur les insectes fossiles des cinérites pliocènes du Lac Chambon (Puy-de-Dôme). Revue des Sciences Naturelles du Auvergne (N.S.) 5: 102–08. [28 December]

Piton, L. 1940. Paléontologie du gisement éocène de Menat (Puy-de-Dôme) (Flore et faune). Mémoires de la Société d'Histoire Naturelle du Auvergne 1: 1–303. (before April]

Piton, L. & N. Théobald. 1935. La faune entomologique des gisements miopliocènes du massif central. Revue des Sciences Naturelles du Auvergne 1: 65–104. [22 September]

Piton, L. & Théobald, N. 1939. Poissons, crustacés et insectes fossiles de l’Oligocène du Puy-de-Mur (Auvergne).Société des Sciences de Nancy, Nancy, France. 47 pp., 2 pls. [31 December+]

[This was intended to be an article in the Mémoirs of the society but the publication ceased before the article was issued. The reprinted version sent to the authors for distribution is the only version known. See Evenhuis (2013b) for more details.]

Plant, A.R., Shamshev, I. & Perkovsky, E.E. 2012. A new species of Hemerodromia Meigen (Diptera: Empididae: Hemerodromiinae) from Late Eocene Rovno amber. Studia Dipterologica 18(1/2)[2011]: 79–84. [20 December]

Podenas, S. 1997. New Macrochile Loew, 1850 (Diptera, Tanyderidae) from the Baltic amber. Mitteilungen aus dem Geologisch-Paläontologischen Institut der Universität Hamburg 80: 173–177. [October]

Podenas, S. 1999a. New Cheilotrichia crane flies (Diptera, Limoniidae) from Baltic amber. Mitteilungen aus dem Geologisch-Palaeontologischen Institut der Universität Hamburg 83: 239–247. [September]

Podenas, S. 1999b. Ormosia Rondani crane flies (Diptera, Limoniidae) from the Baltic amber. Acta Zoologica Lituanica 9(1): 183–200.

Podenas, S. 1999c. Paradelphomyia (Diptera, Limoniidae) from the Baltic amber. Acta Zoologica Lituanica 9(3): 107–110.

Podenas, S. 1999d. New species of fossil mosquitoes (Diptera, Culicidae) from the Baltic amber. Acta Zoologica Lituanica 9(3): 111–114.

Podenas, S. 2000a. A new species of Diogma Edwards, 1938 (Diptera, Cylindrotomidae) from Baltic amber (Eocene). Transactions of the American Entomological Society 126(1): 103–107. [March]

Podenas, S. 2000b. New Thaumastoptera Mik, 1896 (Diptera, Limoniidae) from the Jordan amber (Lower Cretaceous). Mitteilungen aus dem Geologisch-Palaeontologischen Institut der Universität Hamburg 84: 237–240. [September]

Podenas, S. 2001a. Trichoceridae (Diptera) from Baltic amber (Eocene) in the collection of the museum d’Histoire Naturelle, Neuchatel, Switzerland. Bulletin de la Société Neuchâteloise des Sciences Naturelles 124: 131–147.

Podenas, S. 2001b. New species of Tricyphona crane flies (Diptera: Pediciidae) from Baltic amber (Eocene). Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 151: 31–39. [31 December]

Podenas, S. 2002. New species of Helius crane flies (Diptera: Limoniidae) from Baltic amber (Eocene). Mitteilungen aus dem Geologisch-Palaeontologischen Institut der Universität Hamburg, 86: 229–237. [October]

Podenas, S. 2003a. First fossil Eloeophila Rondani, 1856 (Diptera, Limoniidae) from Baltic amber (Eocene). Mitteilungen aus dem Geologisch-Palaeontologischen Institut der Universität Hamburg 87: 125–129. [October]

Podenas, S. 2003b. First Rhipidia Meigen, 1818 (Diptera, Limoniidae) from Baltic amber (Eocene). Bulletin de la Société Neuchâteloise des Sciences Naturelles 126(1): 97–100. [30 November]

Podenas, S. 2003c. Dactylolabis crane flies (Diptera: Limoniidae) in Baltic amber (Eocene). Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 153: 49–65. [December]

Podenas, S. 2003d. A new subgenus for Trentepohlia crane flies (Diptera: Limoniidae) with elongated mouth parts, from Baltic amber (Eocene). Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 153: 67–71. [December]

Podenas, S. 2003e. First fossil Dolichopeza Curtis, 1825 (Diptera: Tipulidae), from Baltic amber (Eocene). Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 153: 73–75. [December]

Podenas, S. 2004. Dicranoptycha crane flies (Diptera: Limoniidae) from Baltic amber (Eocene). Transactions of the American Entomological Society 130(4): 457–462. [December]

Podenas, S. 2005a. New Dactylolabis Osten Sacken, 1860 (Diptera, Limoniidae) from Baltic amber (Eocene). Mitteilungen Aus Dem Geologisch-Palaeontologischen Institut Der Universität Hamburg 89: 117–128. [October]

Podenas, S. 2005b. Trentepohlia Bigot, 1854, crane flies (Diptera, Limoniidae) from Baltic amber (Eocene). Bulletin de la Société Neuchâteloise des Sciences Naturelles 128: 145–154. [November]

Podenas, S. 2006a. Rhabdomastix crane flies (Diptera: Limoniidae) in Baltic amber (Eocene). Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 155: 41–66. [April]

Podenas, S. 2006b. Idiocera Dale, 1842 (Diptera, Limoniidae) from Baltic amber (Eocene). Transactions of the American Entomological Society 132(3-4): 419–425. [September]

Podenas, S. 2007. First phantom crane flies (Diptera, Ptychopteridae) from Baltic amber (Eocene). Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 156: 195–198. [June]

Podenas, S. & Poinar, G.O., Jr. 1999. New crane flies (Diptera: Limoniidae) from Dominican amber. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 101(3): 595–610. [July]

Podenas, S. & Poinar, G.O., Jr. 2001. New crane flies (Diptera: Tipulidae, Limoniidae) from Dominican and Mexican amber. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 103(4): 863–878. [2 October]

[Date printed on reprint.]

Podenas, S. & Poinar, G.O., Jr. 2009. New crane flies (Diptera: Limoniidae) from Burmese amber. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 111(2): 470–492. [April]

Podenas, S. & Poinar, G.O., Jr. 2012. New short-palped crane flies (Diptera: Limoniidae) from Mexican amber. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 114(3): 347–371. [July]

Podenas, S., Poinar, George O., Jr. & Milki, R. 2001. New crane flies (Diptera: Limoniidae) from Lebanese amber. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 103(2): 433–436. [27 March]

[Date printed on reprint.]

Podenas, S. & Weiterschan, T. 2011. Two new species of short-palped crane flies (Diptera, Limoniidae) from Baltic amber. Transactions of the American Entomological Society 137(1/2): 149–155. [December]

Poey, F. 1853. Memorias sobre la historia natural de la Isla de Cuba, acompanadas de sumarios latinos y extractos en frances. Vol. I [part 4]. Barcina, Habana [= Havana]. pp. 201–80. [May]

[Published in 2 volumes, 1851–1861, in parts. For dating of each part, see Norman (1938: 135–37).]

Poinar, G.O., Jr. 1992. Life in amber. Stanford University Press, Stanford, California. xiii + 350 pp. [before December]

Poinar, G.O., Jr. 1993. Insects in amber. Annual Review of Entomology 46: 145–159. [4 January]

[Date mailed from publisher.]

Poinar, G.O., Jr. 2004. Palaeomyia burmitis (Diptera: Phlebotomidae), a new genus and species of Cretaceous sand flies with evidence of blood-sucking habits. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 106(3): 598–605. [29 June]

Poinar, G.O., Jr. 2005. Culex malariager, n. sp. (Diptera: Culicidae) from Dominican amber: The first fossil mosquito vector of plasmodium. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 107(3): 548–553.

Poinar, G.O., Jr. 2008a. Lutzomyia adiketis sp. n. (Diptera: Phlebotomidae), a vector of Paleoleishmania neotropicum sp. n. (Kinetoplastida: Trypanosomatidae) in Dominican amber. Parasites & Vectors 1(22): 1–8.

Poinar, G.O., Jr. 2008b. Leptoconops nosopheris sp. n. (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) and Paleotrypanosoma burmanicus gen. n., sp. n. (Kinetoplastida: Trypanosomatidae), a biting midge - trypanosome vector association from the early Cretaceous. Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 103(5): 468–471. [August]

Poinar, G.O., Jr. 2010. Cascoplecia insolitis (Diptera: Cascopleciidae), a new family, genus, and species of flower-visiting, unicorn fly (Bibionomorpha) in early Cretaceous Burmese amber. Cretaceous Research 31(1): 71–76. [February]

Poinar, G.O., Jr. 2013. A snail-killing fly, Dominimyza tanyacaena n. gen., n. sp. (Diptera: Sciomyzidae) in Dominican amber. Historical Biology 26: in press

[Unavailable publication; online only; not registered in ZooBank. Awaiting print version in 2014]

Poinar, G.O., Jr. & Brown, A.E. 2004. A new genus of primitive crane flies (Diptera: Tanyderidae) in Cretaceous Burmese amber, with a summary of fossil tanyderids. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 106(2): 339–345. [30 March]

Poinar, G.O., Jr. & Brown, A.E. 2012. The first fossil streblid bat fly, Enischomyia stegosoma n. gen. n. sp. (Diptera: Hippoboscoidea: Streblidae). Systematic Parasitology 81(2): 79–86.[ February]

Poinar, G.O., Jr. & Szadziewski, R. 2007. Corethrella andersoni (Diptera: Corethrellidae), a new species from Lower Cretaceous Burmese amber. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 109(1): 155–159. [2 January]

Poinar, G.O., Jr. Zavortink, T.J., Pike, T. & Johnston, P.A. 2000. Paleoculicis minutus (Diptera: Culicidae) n. gen., n. sp., from Cretaceous Canadian amber, with a summary of described fossil mosquitoes. Acta Geologica Hispanica 35(1-2): 119–128. [1 December]

Pongrácz, A. 1928. Die Fossilen Insekten von Ungarn, mit besonderer berücksichtigung der Entwicklung der europäischen Insekten-fauna. Annales Historico-Naturales Musei Nationalis Hungarici 25: 91–194. [29 December]

Ponomarenko, A.G. 1985. Fossil insects from the Tithonian “Solnhofener Plattenkalke” in the Museum of Natural History, Vienna. Annalen des Naturhistorischen Museums in Wien (A) 87: 135–44. [November]

Ponomarenko, A.G. & O. Schultz. 1988. Typen der Geologisch-Paläontologischen Abtheilung: Fossile Insekten. Katalog der Wissenschaftlichen Sammlungen des Naturhistorischen Museums in Wien 6 (Paläozoologie 1): 1–40. [31 December+]

Pont, A.C. & de Carvalho, C.J.B. 1997. Three species of Muscidae (Diptera) from Dominican amber. Studia Dipterologica 4(1): 173–181. [28 August]

Presl, J.S. 1822. Additamenta ad faunam protogaeam, sistens descriptiones aliquot animalium in succino inclusorum, pp. 191–210. In: Presl, J.S. & C.B. Presl (eds.), Deliciae pragenses historiam naturalem spectantes. Tome I. Calvae, Pragae [= Prague]. viii + 244 pp. [July]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Pritchard, A.E. 1948. The North American gall midges of the tribe Catotrichini and Catochini (Diptera: Itonididae (Cecidomyiidae)). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 40: 662–671. [26 January]

Pritchard, A.E. 1960. A new classification of the paedogenic gall midges formerly assigned to the subfamily Heteropezini (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 53: 305–316. [31 May]

Prokop, J. & Nel, A. 2005. New scuttle flies from early Paleogene amber in eastern Moravia, Czech Republic (Diptera: Phoridae). Studia Dipterologica 12(1): 13–22. [25 November]

 

 

 

Quate, L.W. 1961. Fossil Psychodidae (Diptera: Insecta) in Mexican amber; part I. Journal of Paleontology 35: 949–951. [September]

Quate, L.W. 1963. Fossil Psychodidae (Diptera: Insecta) in Mexican amber, part 2 (Diptera: Insecta). Journal of Paleontology 35: 110–118. [17 January]

Quate, L.W. 1965. Family Psychodidae, pp. 91–97. In: Stone, A., C.W. Sabrosky, W.W. Wirth, R.H. Foote & J.R. Coulson, A catalog of the Diptera of America north of Mexico. United States Department of Agriculture, Agriculture Handbook 276, iv + 1696 pp. [23 August]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2008b).]

Quate, L.W. & J.R. Vockeroth. 1981. Psychodidae, pp. 293–300. In: McAlpine, J.F., B.V. Peterson, G.E. Shewell, H.J. Teskey, J.R. Vockeroth & D.M. Wood, coordinators, Manual of Nearctic Diptera. Volume 1. Research Branch, Agriculture Canada. Monograph 27. Ottawa. vi + 674 pp. [16 March]

[Dated from information supplied by the publisher.]

Quiévreux, F. 1934. Sur un niveau fossilifère du bassin potassique oligocène du Haut-Rhin. Comptes Rendus Hebdomedaires de l’Academie des Sciences 199: 877–79. [8 November]

Quiévreux, F. 1935. Esquisse du monde vivant sur les rives de la lagune potassique. Bulletin de la Société Industrielle de Mulhouse 101: 161–187. [31 December+]

Quiévreux, F. 1938. Diptères fossiles de la couche inférieure de potasse du Haut-Rhin. Encyclopédie Entomologique (B) II 9: 81–84. [April]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1989a: 210).]

 

 

 

Rafinesque, C.S. 1815. Analyse de la nature ou tableau de l’univers et des corps organisés. Le nature est mon guide, et Linnéus mon maître. [Privately published, ] Palermo. 224 pp. [April to 21 July]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Raphael, J.A. & M. De Meyer. 1992. Generic classification of the family Pipunculidae (Diptera): a cladistic analysis. Journal of Natural History 26: 637–658. [June]

Rapp, W.F. 1945. Nomenclature notes II. Entomologist 78: 172. [November]

Rayner, R.J. 1987. March flies from an African Cretaceous springtime. Lethaia 20: 123–127. [15 April]

Rayner, R.J. & S.B. Waters. 1990. A Cretaceous crane-fly (Diptera: Tipulidae): 93 million years of stasis. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 99: 309–18. [August]

Rayner, R.J. & S.B. Waters. 1991. Floral sex and the fossil insect. Naturwissenschaften 78: 280–82. [31 December+]

Rasnitsyn, A.P. 1992. Strashila incredibilis, a new enigmatic mecopteroid insect with possible siphonapteran affinities from the Upper Jurassic of Siberia. Psyche 99: 323–333. [2 June]

Regional Geological Surveying Team. 1990. 建立从莱阳组和讨论他们的地质时代动物群和植物群组合. [Establishing of faunal and floral assemblages from Laiyang Formation and discussion their geological age], pp. 1–21. In: 建立从莱阳组和讨论他们的地质时代动物群和植物群组合. [The stratigraphy and palaeontology of Laiyang Basin, Shandong Province.]. Shandong Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Beijing. 255 pp. [October]

[In Chinese; for purposes of priority, published simultaneously with Hong & Wang (1990).]

Reid, C. 1884. On Norfolk amber. Transactions of the Norfolk Norwich Nature Society 3: 601–03. [31 December+]

Reid, C. 1886. Norfolk amber. Transactions of the Norfolk Norwich Nature Society 4: 247–48. [31 December+]

Remm, K.Y. 1971. К фауне мокрецов Южной Приморье (Уссури Земля). [On the fauna of Ceratopogonidae of South Primoriye (Ussuri Land)], pp. 182–220. In: Живая природа на Дальнем Востоке. [Living nature in the Far East]. Akademiia Nauk Estonskoi SSSR. 240 pp. [31 December+]

[In Russian with English summary.]

Remm, K.Y. 1976. [Late Cretaceous biting midges (Diptera, Ceratopogonidae) from fossil resins of the Khatanga depression]. Palaeontologicheskii Zhurnal 1976(3): 107–116. [27 August]

[In Russian; English translation in Paleontological Journal 10(3): 344–51.]

Ren Dong. 1998. Late Jurassic Brachycera from northeastern China (Insecta: Diptera). Acta Zootaxonomica Sinica 23(1): 65–83. [January]

[In English with Chinese summary.]

Ren Dong & Guo Zi-guang. 1995. A new genus and two new species of short-horned flies of Upper Jurassic from northeast China (Diptera: Eremochaetidae). Entomologia Sinica 2(4): 300–307. [December]

[In English with Chinese summary.]

Ren Dong & Krzemiński, W. 2002. Eoptychopteridae (Diptera) from the Middle Jurassic of China. Annales Zoologici 52(2): 207–210. [28 June]

Ren Dong, Lu Li-wu, Guo Zi-guang & Ji Shu’an. 1995. 动物群与侏罗-白垩系地层在北京及附近地区的. [Faunae and stratigraphy of Jurassic-Cretaceous in Beijing and the adjacent areas]. Seismic Publishing House, Beijing. 222 pp. [May]

[In Chinese with English summary.]

Ribeiro, G.C. 2003. A new fossil Helius (Diptera: Limoniidae) from Burmese amber. Studia Dipterologica 9(2)[2002]: 403–408. [15 April]

Ribeiro, G.C. & Krzemiński, W. 2000. New information on Limoniidae (Diptera: Tipulomorpha) from the Lower Cretaceous Santana Formation (northeastern Brazil). Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 69(4): 451–457. [31 December]

Ribeiro, G.C. & Lukashevich, E.D. 2014. New Leptotarsus from the Early Cretaceous of Brazil and Spain: the oldest members of the family Tipulidae (Diptera). Zootaxa 3753(4): 347–363. [8 January]

Ribeiro, G.C. & Martins-Neto, R.G. 1999. A new Tipulidae (Insecta, Diptera) from the Santana Formation (Araripe Basin, Lower Cretaceous, northeastern Brazil). Boletim do 5o Simposio sobre o Cretaceo do Brasil 1999: 207–212. [31 December+]

Rice, H.M.A. 1959. Fossil Bibionidae (Diptera) from British Columbia. Bulletin of the Geological Survey of Canada 55: i–x, 1–36. [after 5 January]

[Date of preface.]

Riek, E.F. 1954. The fossil Diptera of the Tertiary Redbank Plains series, Queensland. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 79: 58–60. [17 September]

Riou, B. 1999. Descriptions of some fossil insects from the Upper Miocene of Andance Mountain (Ardeche, France). [Descriptions de quelques insectes fossiles du Miocene superieur de la Montagne d’Andance (Ardeche, France).] EPHE Biologie et Evolution des Insectes 11-12[1998-1999]: 123–133. [31 December+]

Roback, S.S. 1978a. The immature chironomids of theeastern United States. III. Tanypodinae-Anatopyniini, Macropelopiini and Natarsiini. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 129: 151–202. [2 June]

Roback, S.S. 1978b. New name for Brundinia Roback nec Brundinia Tottenham. Entomological News 89(5-6): 148. [21 June]

Roback, S.S. 1982. The Tanypodinae (Diptera: Chironomidae) of Australia II. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 134: 80–112. [30 December]

Robineau-Desvoidy, J.B. 1830. Essai sur les myodaires. Mémoires présentés par divers savans à l’Académie Royale des Sciences de l’Institut de France (Sciences Mathématiques et Physiques) (2) 2: 1–813. [6 June]

[Dated from Evenhuis et al. (2010).]

Robineau-Desvoidy, J.B. 1849. Myodaires des environs de Paris [part]. Annales de la Société Entomologique de France (2) 6[1848]: 429–477. [9 May]

[Dated from Evenhuis et al. (2010).]

Robinson, H. 1970. Family Dolichopodidae (Dolichopidae). Catalogue of the Diptera of the Americas South of the United States 40: 1–92. [9 October]

Röder, G. 1980. Eine neue Cheilosia-Art aus Baltischen Bernstein mit REM-Untersuchungen rezenter Arten. (Stuttgarter Bersteinstammlungen: Diptera, Syrphidae). Stuttgarter Beiträge zur Naturkunde (B) 64: 1–18. [1 December]

Röder, V. von. 1886. Ueber drei neue Gattungen der Notacanthen. Entomologische Nachrichten 12: 137–40.

Roháček, J. 1998. Taxonomic limits, phylogeny and higher classification of Anthomyzidae (Diptera), with special regard to fossil record. European Journal of Entomology 95(1): 141–177. [20 January]

Roháček, J. 2013. New amber fossil Anthomyzidae (Diptera): and unexpected Eocene diversity. Journal of Systematic Palaeontology 11(4): 431–473. [1 May]

Rohdendorf, B.B. 1938. [Dipterous insects of the Mesozoic Karatau. I. Brachycera and Nematocera]. Trudy Paleontologicheskii Instituta 7(3): 29–67. [3 November]

[In Russian.]

Rohdendorf, B.B. 1946. Эволюция крыла и филогения Oligoneura (Diptera, Nematocera). [Evolution of the wing and the phylogeny of Oligoneura (Diptera, Nematocera).] Trudy Paleontologicheskogo Instituta 13(2): 5–108. [3 October]

[In Russian.]

Rohdendorf, B.B. 1951. Органы передвижения в двукрылых и их происхождение. [Organs of locomotion in Diptera and their origin.]. Trudy Paleontologicheskogo Instituta 35: 1–180. [10 May]

[In Russian; German translation in Rohdendorf, 1959a, b, c.]

Rohdendorf, B.B. 1959a. Die Bewegungsorgane der Zweiflügler-Insekten und ihre Entwicklung (I). Wissenschaftliche Zeitschrift der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Reihe) 8: 73–119. [15 July*]

[German translation of Rohdendorf (1951) (part).]

Rohdendorf, B.B. 1959b. Die Bewegungsorgane der Zweiflügler-Insekten und ihre Entwicklung (II). Wissenschaftliche Zeitschrift der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Reihe) 8: 269–308. [21 September*]

[German translation of Rohdendorf (1951) (part).]

Rohdendorf, B.B. 1959c. Die Bewegungsorgane der Zweiflügler–Insekten und ihre Entwicklung (III). Wissenschaftliche Zeitschrift der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Reihe) 8: 435–454. [21 December*]

[German translation of Rohdendorf (1951) (concl.).]

Rohdendorf, B.B. 1961a. [The oldest infraorders of Diptera from the Triassic of Middle Asia]. Palaeontologicheskoi Zhurnal 1961 (2): 90–100. [In Russian.] [13 June]

Rohdendorf, B.B. 1961b. Neue Angaben über das System der Dipteren. Verhandlungen der XI Internationaler Kongress für Entomologie (Wien) 1: 153–158. [December]

[Dated from Coulson et al. (1965: 1245).]

Rohdendorf, B.B. 1962. [Order Diptera. Flies], pp. 307–345. In: Rohdendorf, B.B. (ed.), Основы палеонтологии. [Fundamentals of paleontology]. [Volume 9]. Izdatel’stvo Akad. Nauk, Moscow. [5 November]

[In Russian; English translation in Rohdendorf, 1991.]

Rohdendorf, B.B. 1964. Историческое развитие двукрылых насекомых. [Historical development of dipterous insects]. Trudy Paleontologicheskogo Instituta 100: 1–311. [13 January]

[In Russian; English translation in Rohdendorf, 1974.]

Rohdendorf, B.B. 1968. [New Mesozoic nemestrinids (Diptera, Nemestrinidae)], pp. 180–189. In: Rohdendorf, B.B. (ed.), Юра насекомые Каратау. [Jurassic insects of the Karatau]. Nauka, Moscow. 252 pp. [26 June]

[In Russian.]

Rohdendorf, B.B. 1974. The historical development of Diptera. Translated from the Russian by J.E. Moore and I. Theile. The University of Alberta Press, Edmonton. [English translation of Rohdendorf, 1964.]

Rohdendorf, B.B. 1991. Order Diptera. Two-winged insects, pp. 444–502. In: Rohdendorf, B.B. (ed.), Fundamentals of Paleontology. Volume 9. Arthropoda, Tracheata, Chelicerata. Smithsonian Libraries and National Science Foundation, Washington, D.C. xxxi + 894 pp. [March]

[English translation of Rohdendorf, 1962.]

Rondani, C. 1840a. Sopra una specie di insetto dittero. Memoria prima per servire alla ditterologia italiana. Donati, Parma. 16 pp. [October]

[Dated from O’Hara et al. (2011).]

Rondani, C. 1840b. Sopra una specie di insetto dittero. Memoria secunda per servire alla ditterologia italiana. Donati, Parma. 27 pp. [October]

[Dated from O’Hara et al. (2011).]

Rondani, C. 1845. Ordinamento sistematico dei generi Italiani degli insetti Ditteri [part]. Nuovi Annali delle Scienze Naturali e Rendiconto delle Sessioni della Società Agraria e dell’Accademia delle Scienze dell’Istituto di Bologna (2) 2[1844]: 443–449. [18 January]

[Dated from O’Hara et al. (2011).]

Rondani, C. 1856. Dipterologiae italicae prodromus. Vol: I. Genera Italica ordinis dipterorum ordinatim disposita et distincta et in familias et stirpes aggregata. A. Stocchi, Parmae [= Parma]. 226 + [2] pp. [10 September]

[Dated from O’Hara et al. (2011).]

Rondani, C. 1860. Stirpis Cecidomyarum genera revisa. Nota undecima, pro dipterologia Italica. Atti della Società Italiana di Scienze Naturali 2[1859-1860]: 286–294. [February]

[Dated from O’Hara et al. (2011).]

Rondani, C. 1861. Dipterologiae italicae prodromus. Vol. IV. Species Italicae ordinis Dipterorum in genera characteribus definita, ordinatim collectae, methodo analatica distinctae, et novis vel minus cognitis descriptis. Pars tertia. Muscidae Tachininarum complementum. A. Stocche, Parmae [= Parma]. 174 pp. [31 December+]

Rondani, C. 1863. Diptera exotica revisa et annotata novis nonnullis descriptis. E. Soliani, Modena. 99 pp. [31 December+]

[The title page has “nonnullis” but page 1 has “nonullis”. This is the separate that came out before the journal version with a different title, here as Rondani (1864).]

Rondani, C. 1864. Dipterorum species et genera aliqua exotica revisa et annotata novis nonnullis descriptis. Archivio per la Zoologia, l’Anatomia e la Fisiologia, Modena 3 (1): 1–99. [May]

Rondani, C. 1866a. Species italicae ordinis dipterorum a Prof. Camillo Rondani collectae, distinctae, et in ordinem dispositae novis, vel minus cognitis descriptis. Pars quinta. Anthomyinae. Dipter: Ital: Prodromi cum supplemento. Pars VI [= Vol. VI]. “1865”. pp. Grazioli, Parma. 151 pp. [early 1866]

Rondani, C. 1866b. Scatophaginae italicae collectae distinctae et in ordinem dispositae. Dipterol. Itali. Prodromi. Pars VII, Fasc. I. Bernardoni, Milano [= Milan]. 52 pp. [31 December+]

[This is the separate that came out before the journal version, 1867, Atti della Società Italiana di Scienze Naturali, 10, 85–135.]

Rondani, C. 1869. Ortalidinae italicae collectae, distinctae et in ordinem dispositae. Dipterologiae italicae prodromi. Pars VII — Fasc. 3. Linea A. Ortaloidi. Dipter. Stirps XX. Ortalidinae Rndn. Bullettino della Società Entomologica Italiana, 1: 5–37. [January]

[Dated from O’Hara et al. (2011). Separately published and paginated with 37 pp.]

Rondani, C. 1874. Species Italicae ordinis dipterorum (Muscaria Rndn.). Stirps XXI.—Tanipezinae Rndn. collectae et observatae. Centinniani, Firenze [= Florence], 16 pp. [30 September]

[This is the separate, which came out before the journal version in Bullettino della Società Entomologica Italiana, 6, 167–182. Journal version dated 24 October]

Röschmann, F. and Mohrig, W. 1993. Beiträge zur Kenntnis fossiler Trauermücken (Diptera, Sciaridae) aus dem Sächsischen Bernstein. Teil I. Erster fossiler Nachweis der Gattung Epidapus Haliday. Veröffentlichungen des Naturhistorischen Museums, 7-8: 77–81. [31 December+]

Röschmann, F. & Mohrig, W. 1994a. Checklist of fossil sciarids from Baltic amber (Diptera, Sciaridae). Studia Dipterologica 1(1): 126–138. [15 May]

[Dated from Menzel et al. 2010 (Fly Times).]

Röschmann, F. & Mohrig, W. 1994b. Einschlüsse fossiler Trauermücken (Diptera, Sciaridae) in Baltischen Bernstein aus Kollektionen des Deutschen Entomologischen Institutes Eberswalde. Beiträge zur Entomologie 44(2): 403–408. [24 June]

Röschmann, F. & Mohrig, W. 1995a. Beiträge zur Kenntnis fossiler Trauermucken aus Sächsischen Bernstein. Teil II. Drei neue Sciariden aus Tertiär-Harzen des bitterfelder Braunkohlereviers (Insecta, Diptera, Sciaridae). Palaeontologische Zeitschrift 69(1-2): 153–166. [March]

Röschmann, F. & Mohrig, W. 1995b. Die Trauermucken des Sächsischen Bernsteins aus dem Untermiozän von Bitterfeld/Deutschland (Diptera, Sciaridae). Deutsche Entomologische Zeitschrift 42(1): 17–54. [3 March]

Ross, A.J. 1993. The ‘Piltdown’ fly. Palaeontological Newsletter (London) 20: 16. [Autumn]

Ross, A.J. & E.A. Jarzembowski. 1993. Arthropoda (Hexapoda; Insecta), pp. 363–426. In: Benton, M.J., The fossil record 2. Jointly sponsored by the Palaeontological Association, the Royal Society, and the Linnean Society. Chapman & Hall, London. xvii + 845 pp. [before November]

Ross, A.J. & Jarzembowski, E.A. 1996. A provisional checklist of fossil insects from the Purbeck Group in Wiltshire. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, 89: 106–115. [31 December+]

Rossi, F.W. 1849. Systematisches Verzeichniss der zweiflügelichten Insecten (Diptera) des Erzherzogthumes Österreich mit Angabe des Standortes, der Flugzeit und einigen andern physiologischen Bemerkungen. W. Braumüller, Wien [= Vienna]. x + 86 pp. [early 1849]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Roubaud, E. 1906. Insectes diptères. Simulies nouvelles ou peu connus. Bulletin de la Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, Paris 12: 517–522. [31 December+]

Rozefelds, A.C. 1985. The first records of fossil leaf mining from Australia. New Zealand Geological Survey Records 9: 80–81. [31 December+]

Rozkošný, R. 1983. A biosystematic study of the European Stratiomyidae (Diptera). Volume 2. W. Junk, The Hague. viii + 431 pp. [31 December+]

Rübsaamen, E.H. 1912a. Ueber deutsche Gallmücken und Gallen. (Fortsetzung.) [part]. Zeitschrift für Wissenschaftliche Insektenbiologie 8: 157–162. [15 May]

Rübsaamen, E.H. 1912b. Ueber deutsche Gallmücken und Gallen. (Fortsetzung.) [part]. Zeitschrift für Wissenschaftliche Insektenbiologie 8: 214–218.

Rübsaamen, E.H. 1916. Cecidomyiidenstudien IV. Revision der deutschen Oligotropharien und Lasiopterarien nebst Beschreibung neuer Arten.. Sitzungsberichte der Gesellschaft Naturforschender Freude zu Berlin 1915: 485–567.

Rubtsov, I.A. 1936. Eine neue Simuliidenart (Simulium oligocenicum, sp. n.) aus dem Bernstein. Doklady Akademiia Nauk SSSR 2: 353–355. [15 June]

Rüdel, A. 1940. Étude du gisement fossilifère du Puy Saint-Jean (Puy de Mur-Limagne d’Auvergne). Revue des Sciences Naturelles d’Auvergne (n.s.) 6: 12–17. [April]

Ruthe, J.F. von. 1831. Einige Bemerkungen und Nachträge zu Meigen’s “Systematischer Beschreibung der europäischen zweiflügeligen Insecten”. Isis (Oken’s) 1831: 1203–1222. [December]

Rye, E.C. 1879. Insecta, pp. 1–234. In: Rye, E.C. (ed.), The zoological record for 1877; being volume fourteenth of the record of zoological literature. Zoological Society, London. [after July]

[Date of preface.]

 

 

 

Sabrosky, C.W. 1951. “Duméril, 1798”: a problem in entomological bibliography, with special reference to Tetanocera (Diptera). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 44: 566–572. [December]

Sabrosky, C.W. 1963. A new acalypterate fly from the Tertiary amber of Mexico. Journal of Paleontology 37: 119–120. [January]

Sabrosky, C.W. 1987. Asteiidae, pp. 899–902. In: McAlpine, J.F., B.V. Peterson, G.E. Shewell, H.J. Teskey, J.R. Vockeroth & D.M. Wood, coordinators, Manual of Nearctic Diptera. Volume 2. Research Branch, Agriculture Canada. Monograph 28. Ottawa. vi + pp. 675–1332. [31 March]

[Dated from information supplied by the publishers.]

Saether, O. 1973. Four species of Bryophaenocladius Thien., with notes on other Orthocladiinae (Diptera: Chironomidae). The Canadian Entomologist 105(1): 51–60. [7 February]

Saether, O. 1981. Orthocladiinae (Diptera: Chironomidae) from the British West Indies, with descriptions of Antillocladius n. gen. Lipurometriocnemus n. gen., Compterosmittia n. gen. and Diplosmittia n. gen. Entomologica Scandinavica Supplement 16: 1–46. [15 September]

Saether, O. 1992. Redescription of Cryophila lapponica Bergroth (Diptera: Chaoboridae) and the phylogenetic relationship of the chaoborid genera. Aquatic Insects 14: 1–21. [26 May]

[An addendum was published in Aquatic Insects 14: 193–94.]

Saigusa, T. 1974. 瑞浪琥珀と化石虫.[Mizunami amber and fossil insects.] 10. Preliminary work on the fossil Diptera in Mizunami amber (Arthropoda, Insecta). Bulletin of the Mizunami Fossil Museum 1: 421–439. [31 December+]

[In Japanese.]

Saunders, L.G. 1925. On the life history, morphology, and systematic position of Apelma Kieff., and Thyridiomyia n. g. (Diptera, Nemat. Ceratopogoninae). Parasitology 17: 252–277. [28 August]

Saunders, L.G. 1957. Revision of the genus Forcipomyia based on characters of all stages (Diptera, Ceratopogoninae). Canadian Journal of Zoology 34[1956]: 657–705. [23 January]

Saunders, W.B., R.H. Mapes, F.M. Carpenter & W.C. Elsik. 1974. Fossiliferous amber from the Eocene (Claiborne) of the Gulf Coast plain. Bulletin of the Geological Society of America 85: 979–984. [June]

Savchenko, E.M. 1967. Новий викопного лимониид літати (Diptera, Limoniidae) з балтійського бурштину [New fossil limoniid fly (Diptera, Limoniidae) from the Baltic amber]. Dopovidi Akademii Nauk URSR (B) 5: 469–73. [28 April]

[In Ukrainian.]

Savchenko, E.N. 1971. Нотатки про Палеарктіческой кранових мух (Diptera: Tipuloidea). [Notes on Palaearctic crane-flies (Diptera: Tipuloidea).] Zbirnyk Prats Zoologichnogo Muzeyu, Kiev 34: 53–58. [31 December+]

[In Ukrainian with English summary.]

Say, T. 1825. American entomology, or descriptions of the insects of North America; illustrated by coloured figures from original drawings executed from nature. [Vol. II]. S.A. Mitchell, Philadelphia. [121] pp., pls. 19–36. [July]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Say, T. 1828. American entomology, or descriptions of the insects of North America; illustrated by coloured figures from original drawings executed from nature. [Vol. III]. S.A. Mitchell, Philadelphia. [136] pp., pls. 37–54. [August]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Scarbrough, A.G. & G.O. Poinar, Jr. 1992. Upper Eocene robber flies of the genus Ommatius (Diptera: Asilidae) in Dominican amber. Insecta Mundi 6: 13–18. [1 March]

Schiner, J.R. 1860a. Vorläufiger Commentar zum dipterologischen Theile der “Fauna austriaca", mit einer näheren Begründung der in derselben aufgenommenen neuen Dipteren-Gattungen. I. Wiener Entomologische Monatschrift 4: 47–55. [February]

Schiner, J.R. 1860b. Vorläufiger Commentar zum dipterologischen Theile der "Fauna austriaca”. II. Wiener Entomologische Monatschrift 4: 208–16. [July]

Schiner, J.R. 1867. Zweiter Bericht über die von der Weltumseglungsreise der k. Fregatte Novara mitgebrachten Dipteren. Verhandlungen der Zoologisch-Botanischen Gesellschaft in Wien 17: 303–14. [31 December+]

Schiner, J.R. 1868. Diptera. In: Reise der österreichischen Fregatte Novara um die Erde in den Jahren 1857, 1858, 1859, unter den Befehlen des Commodore B. von Wüllerstof-Urbair. Zoologischer Theil. Zweiter Band. 1. Abtheilung. B. K. Gerold’s Sohn, Wien [= Vienna]. vi + 388 pp. [30 April]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Schlee, D. 1980. Bernstein-Raritäten. Farben, Strukturen, Fossilen, Handwerk. Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde, Stuttgart. 88 pp. [31 December+]

Schlee, D. 1984. Notizen über einige Bernsteine und Kopale aus aller Welt. Stuttgarter Beiträge zur Naturkunde (C) 18: 29–37. [31 December+]

Schlee, D. & W. Glöckner. 1978. Bernstein. Stuttgarter Beiträge zur Naturkunde (C) 8: 1–72. [31 December+]

Schlöberlin, E. 1888. Der Oeninger Stinkschiefer und seine Insektenreste [part]. Societas Entomologica 3(8): 68–69. [15 July]

Schlüter, T. 1976. Die Wollschweber—Gattung Glabellula (Diptera: Bombyliidae) aus dem oligozänen Harz der Dominikanischen Republik. Entomologica Germanica 2: 355–63. [July]

Schlüter, T. 1978a. Die Schmetterlingsmücken–Gattung Nemopalpus (Diptera: Psychodidae) aus dem oligozänen Harz der Dominikanischen Republik. Entomologica Germanica 4: 242–249 [September]

Schlüter, T. 1978b. Zur Systematik und Palökologie harzkonservierter Arthropoda einer Taphozönose aus dem Cenomanium von NW Frankreich. Berliner Geowissenschaftliche Abhandlungen (A) 9: 1–150. [31 December+]

Schlüter, T. 1990. [Taphonomy. Taphonomy of fossil-lagerstätten]. Baltic amber, pp. 294–97. In: Briggs, D.E.G. & P.R. Crowther, Palaeobiology: a synthesis. Blackwell Scientific Publ., Oxford. 585 pp. [31 December+]

Schlüter, T. & F. von Gnielinski. 1985. The East African copal. Its geologic, stratigraphic, palaeontologic significance and comparison with other fossil resins of similar age. National Museum of Tanzania Occasional Paper 8: 1–32.

Schmalfuss, H. 1979. Proceroplatus hennigi n. sp., die erste Pilzmücke aus dem Dominikanischen Bernstein (Stuttgarter Bernsteinsammlung: Diptera, Mycetophiloidea, Keroplatidae). Stuttgarter Beiträge zur Naturkunde (B) 49: 1–9. [15 December]

Schmitz, H. 1922. Über das Vorkommen von Kreuzborstenreihen bei Phoriden. Schriften der Physikalisch-Ökonomischen Gesellschaft zu Königsberg 63: 130–131. [31 December+]

Schmitz, H. 1927 Revision der Phoridengattungen mit Beschreibung neuer Gattungen und Arten [part]. Natuurhist Maandblaad 16: 30–39. [29 April]

Schmitz, H. 1929. Diptera of Patagonia and south Chile based mainly on material in the British Museum (Natural History). Part VI. Fascicle 1—Sciadoceridae and Phoridae. British Museum (Natural History), London. 42 pp. [26 October]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Schumann, H. 1984. Erstnachweis einer Raubfliege aus dem Sächsischen Bernstein (Diptera: Asilidae). Deutsche Entomologische Zeitschrift. (N.F.) 31: 217–223. [1 May]

Schumann, H. 1991. Eine neue Glabellula-Art aus dem Sächsischen Bernstein (Diptera, Bombyliidae). Deutsche Entomologische Zeitschrift (N.F.) 38: 79–84. [26 April]

Schumann, H. & H. Wendt. 1989. Zur Kenntnis der tierschen Inklusen des Sächsischen Bernsteins. Deutsche Entomologische Zeitschrift (N.F.) 36: 33–44. [15 March]

Scopoli, J.A. 1763. Entomologia carniolica exhibens insecta carnioliae, indigena et distributa in ordines, genera, species, varietates, methodo Linnaeana. I.T. Trattner, Vindobonae [= Vienna]. [30] + 420 pp. [23 June]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Scudder, S.H. 1867. Results of an examination of a small collection of fossil insects obtained by Prof. William Denton in the Tertiary beds of Green River, Colorado. Proceedings of the Boston Society of Natural History 11: 117–118. [June]

Scudder, S.H. 1872. Fossil insects from the Rocky Mountains. American Naturalist 6: 665–668. [November]

Scudder, S.H. 1877a. The first discovered traces of fossil insects in the American tertiaries. Bull. United States Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories 3: 741–62. [15 August]

Scudder, S.H. 1877b. The insects of the Tertiary beds at Quesnel (British Columbia). Report of Progress, Geological Survey of Canada 1875–1876: 266–80. [April]

Scudder, S.H. 1878a. Additions to the insect-fauna of the Tertiary beds at Quesnel, British Columbia. Report of Progress, Geological Survey of Canada 1876–1877: 457–64. [April]

Scudder, S.H. 1878b. An account of some insects of unusual interest from the Tertiary rocks of Colorado and Wyoming. United States Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories 4: 519–543. [December]

Scudder, S.H. 1878c. The fossil insects of the Green River shales. United States Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories 4: 747–76. [December]

Scudder, S.H. 1879. The fossil insects collected in 1877, by Mr. G. M. Dawson, in the interior of British Columbia. Report of Progress, Geological Survey of Canada (B) 1877–1878: 176–186. [after May]

[Preface dated May 1879. A separate of this paper has an errata slip bound with the article, which is dated 20 December 1879.]

Scudder, S.H. 1882. Nomenclator zoologicus. Part 1. Supplemental list of genera in zoology. Bulletin of the United States National Museum 19(1), 367 pp. [August]

[Recorded in the August issue of Am. J. Sci.]

Scudder, S.H. 1890. The Tertiary insects of North America. United States Geological Survey of the Territories 13: 1–734. (after 16 May]

[Date of prefatory note.]

Scudder, S.H. 1891. Index to the known fossil insects of the world, including myriapods and arachnids. Bulletin of the United States Geological Survey 71: 1–744. [31 December+]

Scudder, S.H. 1892. Some insects of special interest from Florissant, Colorado and other points in the tertiaries of Colorado and Utah. Bulletin of the United States Geological Survey 93: 19. (after September]

[Date of advertisement bound with the Bulletin.]

Scudder, S.H. 1894. Tertiary Tipulidae, with special reference to those of Florissant, Colorado. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 32: 163–245. [5 January]

[Reprinted 4 April with pagination 1–83.]

Scudder, S.H. 1895. The Miocene insect-fauna of Oeningen, Baden. Geological Magazine (4) 2: 116–22. [March]

Seeman, R. 1935. Massenhaftes Auftreten von Insektenpuppen im obermiozänen Süsswasserkalk vom Goldberg im Ries. Jahreshefte des Vereins für vaterländische Naturkunde in Württemburg 91: 19–21. [31 December+]

Séguy, E. 1934. Un nouveau cylindrotomine fossile (Tipulidae). Encyclopédie Entomologique (B) II 7: 47–48. [27 September]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1989a: 206).]

Séguy, E. 1937a. Diptera. Fam. Muscidae. Genera Insectorum 205, 604 pp. [9 August]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1994: 60).]

Séguy, E. 1937b. Un nouveau genre de Limoniidae (Dipt. Limoniidae) de la Valle du Loing. Bulletin Mensuel de lAssociation des Naturalistes de la Vallee du Loing 13: 6–7. [31 December+]

Seredszus, F. & Wichard, W. 2003. Buchonomyiinae (Diptera, Chironomidae) in Baltic amber. [Buchonomyiinae (Diptera, Chironomidae) im Baltischen Bernstein] Studia Dipterologica 9(2)[2002]: 393–402. [15 April]

Seredszus, F. & Wichard, W. 2007. Fossil chironomids (Insecta, Diptera) in Baltic amber. Palaeontographica (A) 279(1-3): 49–91. [April]

Seredszus, F. & Wichard, W. 2011. Overview and description of fossil non-biting midges in Baltic amber (Diptera: Chironomidae). Studia Dipterologica 17(1-2)[2010]: 121–129. [19 December]

Serra-Tosio, B. 1968. Taxonomie phylogénétique des Diamesini: les genres Potthastia Kieffer, Sympotthastia Pagast, Parapotthastia n. g. et Lappodiamesa n. g. (Diptera, Chironomidae). Travaux du Laboratoire d’Hydrobiologie et de Pisciculture de la Université Grenoble 59–60: 117–164. [31 December+]

Serres, P.M.T. de. 1829. Géognosie des terrains tertiaires du midi de France, ou tableau des principaux animaux invertébrés des terrains marins, tertiaires de la France. Pomathio-Durville, Montpellier & Paris. xcii + 276 pp. [4 July]

[Received on this date by Bibliographie de la France.]

Sharp, D. 1887. Insecta, pp. 1–330. In: Beddard, F.E. (ed.), The zoological record for 1886; being volume the twenty-third of the record of zoological literature. Zoological Society, London. [After 1 December]

[Date of preface.]

Sharp, D. 1890. Insecta, pp. 1–320. In: Beddard, F.E. (ed.), The zoological record for 1889; being volume the twenty-sixth of the record of zoological literature. Zoological Society, London. [After 1 November]

[Date of preface.]

Sharp, D. 1902. Insecta, pp. 1–309. In: Sharp, D. (ed.), The zoological record for 1901; being volume the thirty-eighth of the record of zoological literature. Zoological Society, London. [After October]

[Date of preface.]

Shcherbakov, D.E., Lukashevich, E.D. & Blagoderov, V.A. 1995. Triassic Diptera and initial radiation of the order. International Journal of Dipterological Research 6(2): 75–115. [1 May]

Sherborn, C.D. 1923. On the dates of G.W.F. Panzer’s ‘Fauna Insect. German.,’ 1792–1844. Annals and Magazine of Natural History (9) 11: 566–567. [1 April]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2003b).]

Sherborn, C.D. 1926. Date of publication of early catalogues of natural history issued by the British Museum. Annals and Magazine of Natural History (9) 17: 271–272. [1 February]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2003b).]

Sherborn, C.D. 1928. Index animalium sive index nominum quae ab A.D. MDCCLVIII generibus et speciebus animalium imposita sunt. Sectio secunda a kalendis ianuariis, MDCCCI usque ad finem decembris, MDCCCL. Part XVI. Index melanophysa—munchissoni. Trustees of the British Museum, London. Pp. 3971–4194. [August]

Sherborn, C.D. 1934. Dates of publication of catalogues of natural history (post 1850) issued by the British Museum. Annals and Magazine of Natural History (10) 13: 308–312. [1 February]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2003b).]

Shi Gui-feng, Zhu Yan, Shih Chungkun & Ren Dong. 2013. A new axymyiid genus with two new species from the Middle Jurassic of China (Diptera: Nematocera: Axymyiidae). Acta Geologica Sinica [English edition] 87(5): 1228–1234. [October]

Shiraki, T. 1933. A systematic study of the Trypetidae of the Japanese empire. Memoirs of the Faculty of Science and Agriculture, Taihoku Imperial University 8, 509 pp. [30 July]

Sinclair, B.J. 2010. Proclinopyga ulrichi sp. nov.: the first fossil aquatic dance fly of the subfamily Clinocerinae (Diptera: Empididae). Bonn Zoological Bulletin 57(1): 85–89. [April]

Sinclair, B.J. & Arnaud, P.H., Jr. 2001. Nemedina eocenica new species (Diptera: Empidoidea) from Baltic amber. Myia 6: 1–8. [19 April]

Sinclair, B.J. & Cumming, J.M. 2006. The morphology, higher-level phylogeny and classification of the Empidoidea (Diptera). Zootaxa 1180: 1–172. [21 April]

Sinclair, B.J. & Hoffeins, C. 2013. New fossil species of Ragas Walker (Diptera: Empididae) in Baltic amber (Tertiary, Eocene). Bonn Zoological Bulletin 62(1): 92–99. [May]

Sinitsa, S.M. 1986. Верхние мезозойских ископаемых населенные пункты в западной Монголии. [Upper Mesozoic fossil localities in west Mongolia]. In: Насекомые в раннемеловых экосистем западной Монголии. [Insects in the Early Cretaceous ecosystems of the west Mongolia]. Trudy Sovmestnaya Sovetsko–Mongol’skaya Paleontologicheskaya Ekpeditsiya 28: 7–44. [1 April]

[In Russian.]

Sintenis, O. 1889. Über Limnophila pilicornis Zett. Sitzungsbericht der Naturforscher Gesellschaft zu Dorpat 8: 396–98. [22 May*]

Skartveit, J. 2009. Fossil Hesperinidae and Bibionidae from Baltic amber (Diptera: Bibionoidea). Studia Dipterologica 15(1-2)[2008]: 3–42. [14 September]

Skartveit, J. & Nel, A. 2012. Fossil Bibionidae (Diptera: Bibionomorpha) from the late Oligocene of Bes-Konak, Anatolia, Turkey. Zootaxa 3329: 51–63. [31 May]

Skibińska, K. & Krzemiński, W. 2013. Nannotanyderus kubekovensis sp. nov. (Diptera: Tanyderidae) from the Middle Jurassic of Kubekovo (Russia). Annales Zoologici 63(3): 409–424. [September]

Skuse, F.A.A. 1889. Diptera of Australia. Part VI. The Chironomidae. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales (2) 4: 215–311. [20 September]

Skuse, F.A.A. 1890a. Diptera of Australia. Part VII.—The Tipulidae brevipalpi. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales (2) 4: 757–892. [3 February]

Skuse, F.A.A. 1890b. Diptera of Australia. Part VIII.—The Tipulidae longipalpi. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales (2) 5: 53–139. [16 June]

Skuse, F.A.A. 1890c. Diptera of Australia. Nematocera.—Supplement II. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales (2) 5: 595–640. [16 December]

Smart, J. 1944. Notes on Simuliidae (Diptera). II. Proceedings of the Royal Entomological Society of London (B) 13: 131–36. [December]

Smith, K.G.V. 1969. Diptera. Lonchopteridae. Handbook for the Identification of British Insects 10(2)(ai), 9 pp. [4 March]

Solórzano-Kraemer, M.M. & Evenhuis, N.L. 2008. The first keroplatid (Diptera: Keroplatidae) species from the Lower Eocene amber of Vastan, Gujarat, India. Zootaxa 1816: 57–60. [4 July]

Solórzano-Kraemer, M.M. & Mohrig, W. 2007. Schwenckfeldina archoica sp. nov. (Diptera, Sciaridae) from the Middle Miocene Mexican amber. Alavesia 1: 105–108. [31 December+]

Solórzano-Kraemer, M.M. & Nel, A. 2009. First recorded evidence in the fossil record of snipe flies (Diptera: Rhagionidae) in Cretaceous amber, France. Cretaceous Research 30(6): 1367–1375.

Solórzano -Kraemer, M.M. Perrichot, V., Brown, B.V., Tafforeau, P. & Soriano, C. 2011. A new species of the Cretaceous genus Prioriphora (Diptera: Phoridae) in French amber. Systematic Entomology 36(3): 581–588.

Solórzano-Kraemer, M.M., Sinclair, B.J. & Cumming, J.M. 2005. Five new species of Tachydromiinae (Diptera: Empididae s.l.) from New World Tertiary ambers. Zootaxa 1010: 37–52. [21 June]

Solórzano-Kraemer, M.M., & Wagner, R. 2009. The first psychodid (Diptera: Psychodidae: Phlebotominae) species from the Lower Eocene amber of Vastan, Gujarat, India. Zootaxa 2152: 63–68. [8 July]

Sontag, E. & Szadziewski, R. 2011. Biting midges (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) in Eocene Baltic amber from the Rovno region (Ukraine). Polski Pismo Entomologiczne 80(4): 779–800. [31 December]

Soom, M. 1984. Bernstein vom Nordrand der Schweizer Alpen. Stuttgarter Beiträge zur Naturkunde (C) 18: 15–20. [31 December+]

Soós, Á. 1984. Family Otitdae (Ortalidae), pp. 45–59. In: Soós, Á. & L. Papp, eds., Catalogue of Palearctic Diptera. Volume 9. Micropezidae—Agromyzidae. Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest. 460 pp. [15 October]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2008b).]

Spärck, R. 1923. Beiträge zur Kenntnis der Chironomidenmetamorphose. I–IV. Entomologisk Meddelelser 14: 32–109. [18 April]

Spahr, U. 1985. Ergänzungen und Berichtigungen zu R. Keilbachs Bibliographie und Liste der Bernsteinfossilien—Ordnung Diptera. Stuttgarter Beiträge zur Naturkunde (B) 111: 1–146. [31 December]

Spahr, U. 1989. Ergänzungen und Berichtigungen zu R. Keilbachs Bibliographie und Liste der Bernsteinfossilien—Überordnung Mecopteroidea. Stuttgarter Beiträge zur Naturkunde (B) 157: 1–87. [10 December] [Contains an addendum to the Diptera in Spahr (1985).]

Speiser, P. 1900. [Literatur-Referate]. Meunier, F.: Revision des diptères fossiles types de Loew conservés an Musée provincial de Königsberg. In: “miscellanea entomologica.” VII., ‘99. 18 pp. 4 Tafeln. Zeitschrift für Entomologie 1900: 317. [15 September]

Speiser, P. 1920. Zur Kenntnis der Dipteren Orthorrhapha Brachycera. Zoologischer Jahrbucher (Abteilung für die Systematik, Geographie und Biologie der Tiere) 43: 195–220. [23 June]

Spencer, K.A. 1990. Host specialization in the world Agromyzidae (Diptera). Series Entomologica 45. Kluwer Academic Publ., Dordrecht. xii + 444 pp. [31 December+]

Sphon, G.G. 1973. Additional type specimens of fossil Invertebrata in the collections of the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. Los Angeles County Museum Contributions in Science 250: 1–75. [5 July]

Stackelberg, A.A. 1925. Ein neuer fossiler Vertreter der Gattung Tubifera Mgn. (Diptera, Syrphidae). Revue Russe d’Entomologie 19(1): 89–90. [31 December+]

Staeger, R.C. 1840. Systematisk fortegnelse over de i Danmark hidtil funde Diptera [part]. Naturhistorisk Tidsskrift 3: 228–88. [31 December+]

Stafleu, F.A. & R.S. Cowan. 1976. Taxonomic literature. A selective guide to botanical publications and collections, with dates, commentaries and types. Volume I: A–G. Second edition. Regnum vegetable 94. Bohn, Scheltema & Holkema, Utrecht. xl + 1136 pp. [31 December+]

Stafleu, F.A. & R.S. Cowan. 1979. Taxonomic literature. A selective guide to botanical publications and collections, with dates, commentaries and types. Volume II: H–Le. Second edition. Regnum vegetable 98. Bohn, Scheltema & Holkema, Utrecht. xviii + 991 pp. [31 December+]

Stafleu, F.A. & R.S. Cowan. 1983. Taxonomic literature. A selective guide to botanical publications and collections, with dates, commentaries and types. Volume IV: P–Sak. Second edition. Regnum vegetable 110. Bohn, Scheltema & Holkema, Utrecht; W. Junk, The Hague, Boston. ix + 1, 214 pp. [31 December+]

Starý, J. 2003. Revision of European species of the genus Rhabdomastix (Diptera: Limoniidae). Part 1: Introduction and subgenus Lurdia subgen. n. European Journal of Entomology 100: 587-608. [20 November]

Statz, G. 1934. Neue Tipulidenfunde aus den Braunkohlenschiefern von Rott am Siebengebirge. Wissenschaftliche Mitteilungen der Verein für Natur- und Heimatkunde in Köln am Rhein 1(3): 90–106.

Statz, G. 1940. Neue Dipteren (Brachycera et Cyclorhapha) aus dem Oberoligocän von Rott. Palaeontographica (A) 91: 120–174. [March]

Statz, G. 1941. Plagegifter aus dem rheinischen Braunkohlenwalde. Rheinischer Naturfreund 5(1): 1–16. [31 December+]

Statz, G. 1943. Neue Dipteren (Nematocera) aus dem Oberoligocän von Rott. I. Familie Bibionidae (Haarmücken). Palaeontographica (A) 95: 1–65. [April]

Statz, G. 1944a. Neue Dipteren (Nematocera) aus dem Oberoligocän von Rott. II. Familie Fungivoridae (Pilzmücken). Palaeontographica (A) 95: 67–92. [March]

Statz, G. 1944b. Neue Dipteren (Nematocera) aus dem Oberoligocän von Rott. III. Familie Limnobiidae (Stelzmücken). IV. Familie: Tipulidae (Schnaken). V. Familie: Culicidae (Stechmücken). Palaeontographica (A) 95: 93–120. [March]

Statz, G. 1944c. Neue Dipteren (Nematocera) aus dem Oberoligocän von Rott. I. Teil. VI. Familie: Tendipedidae (Zuck- oder Schwarmmücken). II. Teil. VII. Familie: Heleidae (Gnitzen). III. Teil. VIII. Familie: Lycoriidae (Trauermücken). Palaeontographica (A) 95: 122–187. [March]

Staub, M. 1883. Tertiäre Pflanzen von Felek bei Klausenberg. Mitteilungen aus dem Jahrbuch der Königlich Ungarischen Geologische Anstalt 6: 263–281. [31 December+]

Stephens, J.F. 1829a. The nomenclature of British insects; being a compendious list of such species as are contained in the Systematic Catalogue of British Insects, and forming a guide to their classification, &c. &c. Baldwin & Cradock, London. [2] + 68 pp. [1 June]

[Dated from Blackwelder (1949: 92).]

Stephens, J.F. 1829b. A systematic catalogue of British insects: being an attempt to arrange all the hitherto discovered indigenous insects in accordance with their natural affinities. Containing also the references to every English writer on entomology, and to the principal foreign authors. With all the published British genera to the present time. Part II. Insecta Haustellata  Baldwin & Cradock, London. 388 pp. [15 July]

[Dated from Blackwelder (1949: 92).]

Strand, E. 1932. Miscellanea nomenclatorica zoologica et palaeontologica. IV. Folia Zoologica et Hydrobiologica 4: 193–196. [31 December]

Straus, A. 1977. Gallen, Minen und andere Frasspuren im Pliozän von Willershausen am Harz. Verhandlungen der Botanischen Vereins der Provinz Brandenburg 113: 43–80. [31 December+]

Strelow, J., Solórzano-Kramer, M.M., Ibañez-Bernal, S. & Rust, J. 2013. First fossil horsefly (Diptera: Tabanidae) in Miocene Mexican amber. Paläontologische Zeitschrift 87(3): 437–444. [September]

Stroud, P.T. 1992. Thomas Say: New World naturalist. University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia. xv + 340 pp. [31 December+]

Stuckenberg, B.R. 1974. A new genus and two new species of Athericidae (Diptera) in Baltic amber. Annals of the Natal Museum 22: 275–288. [30 September]

Stuckenberg, B.R. 1975. New fossil species of Phlebotomus and Haematopota in Baltic amber (Diptera: Psychodidae, Tabanidae). Annals of the Natal Museum 22: 455–464. [14 November]

Stuke, J.-H. 2003. Eine neue Blasenkopffliege der Gattung Palaeomyopa Meunier aus dem Baltischen Bernstein (Diptera: Conopidae). Studia Dipterologica 10(1): 91–96. [15 December]

Stuke, J.-H. 2005. Eine neue Gattung der Conopidae aus dem Baltischen Bernstein (Diptera: Conopidae). Beiträge zur Entomologie 55(2): 313–318. [27 December]

Sturtevant, A.H. 1921. The North American species of Drosophila. Carnegie Institute Publication 301, iv + 150 pp. [3 March]

Sturtevant, A.H. 1923. New species and notes on synonymy and distribution of Muscidae Acalyptratae (Diptera). American Museum Novitates 76: 1–12. [21 May]

Sturtevant, A.H. 1963. A fossil periscelid (Diptera) from the amber of Chiapas, Mexico. Journal of Paleontology 37: 121–122. [January]

Sublette, J.E. 1969. Aquatic insects of the Rita Blanca Lake deposits, pp. 117–122. In: Anderson, R.Y. & D.W. Kirkland (eds.), Paleoecology of an Early Pleistocene lake on the high plains of Texas. Memoirs of the Geological Society of America 113. [31 December+]

Sublette, J.E. & M.S. Sublette. 1965. Family Chironomidae, pp. 142–181. In: Stone, A., C.W. Sabrosky, W.W. Wirth, R.H. Foote & J.R. Coulson (eds.), A catalog of the Diptera of America north of Mexico. United States Department of Agriculture, Agriculture Handbook 276, iv + 1,496 pp. [23 August]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2008b).]

Süss, H. 1979. Durch Protophytobia cupressorum gen. nov., sp. nov. (Agromyzidae, Diptera) verursachte Markflecke in einem Holz von Juniperoxylon aus dem Tertiär von Süd-Limburg (Niederlande) und der Nachweis von Markflecken in einer rezenten Callitris-Art. Feddes Repertorium 90: 165–172. [31 May]

Süss, H. 1980. Fossile Kambium-Minierer der Familie Agromyzidae (Diptera) in tertiären Laub- und Nadelholzresten. Zeitschrift für Geologischen Wissenschaft 8: 1217–1225. [31 December+]

Süss, H. & W.R. Müller-Stoll. 1975. Durch Palaeophytobia platani n.g., n. sp. (Agromyzidae, Diptera) verursachte Markflecken im Holz fossiler Platanen aus dem ungarischen Miozän. Wissenschaftliche Zeitschrift der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Reihe) 24: 515–19. [31 December+]

Süss, H. & W.R. Müller-Stoll. 1980. Das fossile Holz Pruninium gummosum Platen emend. Süss u. Müller-Stoll aus dem Yellowstone Nationalpark und sein Parasit Palaeophytobia prunorum sp. nov. nebst Bemerkungen über Markflecke, pp. 343–364. In: Vent, W. (ed.), 100 Jahre Arboretum Berlin (1879‑1979). Berlin. [31 December+]

Swanson, J.R. & S.E. Lewis. 1993. Fossil insects of the Green River Formation. Occasional Papers in Paleobiology 7(1), 9 pp. [April]

Szadziewski, R. 1984. Niezwykłe narządy strydulacyjne u eoceńskich muchówek z rodziny Ceratopogonidae (Diptera). Wiadomości Entomologiczne 5: 37–40. [31 December+]

Szadziewski, R. 1985. Biting midges of the genus Eohelea Petrunkevitch (Insecta, Diptera, Ceratopogonidae) from Baltic amber (in the collection of the Museum of the Earth). Prace Muzeum Ziemi 37: 123–130. [31 December+]

Szadziewski, R. 1988. Biting midges (Diptera, Ceratopogonidae) from Baltic amber. Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 57: 3–283. [15 March]

Szadziewski, R. 1990a. The oldest fossil biting midges (Ceratopogonidae). Abstracts of the 2nd International Congress of Dipterology (Bratislava) 1990: 231. [27 August]

Szadziewski, R. 1990b. Biting midges (Insecta: Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) from Sakhalin amber. Prace Muzeum Ziemi 41: 77–81. [31 December+]

Szadziewski, R. 1993. Biting midges (Diptera, Ceratopogonidae) from Miocene Saxonian amber. Acta Zoologica Cracoviensis 35: 603–656. [January]

Szadziewski, R. 1995) The oldest fossil Corethrellidae (Diptera) from Lower Cretaceous Lebanese amber. Acta Zoologica Cracoviensia 38(2): 177–181. [29 December]

Szadziewski, R. 1996. Biting midges from Lower Cretaceous amber of Lebanon and Upper Cretaceous Siberian amber of Taimyr (Diptera, Ceratopogonidae). Studia Dipterologica 3(1): 23–86. [28 July]

Szadziewski, R. 1998a. New mosquitoes from Baltic amber (Diptera: Culicidae). Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 67(3-4): 233–244. [31 December]

Szadziewski, R. 1998b. A new species of the predaceous midge genus Metahelea from Baltic amber (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae). Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 67(3-4): 245–253. [31 December]

Szadziewski, R. 2000. Biting midges (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) from the Lower Cretaceous amber of Jordan. Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 69(2): 251–256. [31 July]

Szadziewski, R. 2004. Biting midges (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) from Burmese amber, Myanmar. Journal of Systematic Palaeontology 2(2): 115–121. [June]

Szadziewski, R. 2005. The first fossil species in the predaceous midge tribe Sphaeromiini (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae). Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 74(3): 363–368. [30 September]

Szadziewski, R. & Arillo, A. 1998. Biting midges (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) from the Lower Cretaceous amber from Alava, Spain. Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 67(3-4): 291–298. [31 December]

Szadziewski, R. & Arillo, A. 2003. The oldest fossil record of the extant subgenus Leptoconops (Leptoconops) (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae). Acta Zoologica Cracoviensia 46(Supplement): 271–275. [15 October]

Szadziewski, R. & Giłka, W. 2007. Gedanoborus kerneggeri, gen. et sp. nov. (Diptera: Chaoboridae) from Eocene Baltic amber. Insect Systematics & Evolution 38(2): 193–200. [July]

Szadziewski, R. & Giłka, W. 2011. A new fossil mosquito, with notes on the morphology and taxonomy of other species reported from Eocene Baltic amber (Diptera: Culicidae). Polski Pismo Entomologiczne, 80(4): 765–777. [31 December]

Szadziewski, R. & Grogan, W.L., Jr. 1994. Biting midges from Dominican amber. I. A new fossil species of Baeodasymyia (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 96(2): 219–229. [12 May]

Szadziewski, R. & Grogan, W.L., Jr. 1996. Biting midges (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) from Mexican amber. Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 65: 291–295. [15 December]

Szadziewski, R. & Grogan, W.L., Jr. 1997. Biting midges from Dominican amber. II. species of the tribes Heteromyiini and Palpomyiini (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae). Memoirs of the Entomological Society of Washington 18[1996]: 254–260. [3 January]

Szadziewski, R. & Grogan, W.L., Jr. 1998a. Biting midges from Dominican amber. III. Species of the tribes Culicoidini and Ceratopogonini (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae). Insecta Mundi 12(1-2): 39–52. [March–June]

Szadziewski, R. & Grogan, W.L., Jr. 1998b. Biting midges from Dominican amber. IV. species of the tribes Dasyheleini and Forcipomyiini (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae). Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 67(3-4): 255–290. [31 December]

Szadziewski, R., Krzemiński, W. & Kutscher, M. 1994. A new species of Corethrella (Diptera, Corethrellidae) from Miocene Saxonian amber. Acta Zoologica Cracoviensia 37(2): 87–90. [30 December]

Szadziewski, R. & Poinar, G.O., Jr. 2005. Additional biting midges (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) from Burmese amber. Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 74(3): 349–362. [30 September]

Szadziewski, R. & T. Schlüter. 1992. Biting midges (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) from Upper Cretaceous (Cenomanian) amber of France. Annales de la Société Entomologique de France (N.S.) 28: 73–81 [10 April]

Szadziewski, R. & Sontag, E. 2013. A new species of Forcipomyia from Paleocene Sakhalin amber (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae). Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 82: 59–62. [31 March]

Szadziewski, R. & M. M. Szadziewska. 1985. Culex erikae sp. n. (Diptera, Culicidae) from the Baltic amber. Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 55: 513–518. 530 October]

 

 

 

Teskey, H.J. 1971. A new soldier fly from Canadian amber (Diptera: Stratiomyidae). The Canadian Entomologist 103: 1659–1661. [30 November]

Theischinger, G. 1993. The Limoniinae (Diptera: Tipulidae) of Australia. III. The genus Gynoplistia Macquart. Stapfia 29: 1–106. [27 October]

Theobald, F.W. 1900. Report on the collections of mosquitoes (Culicidae) received at the British Museum (Natural History) from various parts of the world in connection with the investigation into the causes of malaria, conducted by the Colonial Office and the Royal Society. H.M. Stationery Office, London. 12 pp. [16 July]

Theobald, F.W. 1901a. The classification of mosquitoes. Journal of Tropical Medicine 4: 229–35. [15 July]

Theobald, F.W. 1901b. A monograph of the Culicidae or mosquitoes. Mainly compiled from the collections received at the British Museum from various parts of the world in connection with the investigation into the cause of malaria conducted by the Colonial Office and the Royal Society. Volume I. British Museum (Natural History), London. xviii + 424 pp. [23 November]

Theobald, F.W. 1903. A monograph of the Culicidae or mosquitoes. Mainly compiled from the collections received at the British Museum from various parts of the world in connection with the investigation into the cause of malaria conducted by the Colonial Office and the Royal Society. Volume 3. British Museum (Natural History), London. xvii + 359 pp. [25 July]

Théobald, N. 1934. Les insectes fossiles de Kleinkembs (Pays de Bade). Comptes Rendus Hebdomedaires de l’Académie des Sciences, Paris 198: 1939–1940. [28 May]

Théobald, N. 1937a. Les insectes fossiles des terrains oligocènes de France. G. Thomas, Nancy. 473 + [1] pp. [24 February]

[Text concludes with one unnumbered page of errata. Received at the 24 February meeting of the Société Entomologique de France.]

Théobald, N. 1937b. Note complémentaire sur les insectes fossiles oligocènes des gypses d’Aix-en-Provence. Bulletin Mensuel de la Société des Sciences de Nancy (N.S.) 1937: 157–178. [June]

Thienemann, A. 1916. Schwedische-Chironomiden. Archiv für Hydrobiologie Supplement 2: 483–554. [27 December]

Thienemann, A. 1934. Chironomiden-Metamorphosen VIII “Phaenocladius”. Encyclopédie Entomologique (B) (II) 7: 29–46. [27 September]

Thienemann, A. 1939. Dritter Beitrag zur Kenntnis der Podonominae (Dipt., Chironomidae) (Chironomiden aus Lappland VI). Zoologisches Anzeiger 128: 161–176.

Thienemann, A. & Krüger, F. 1939. Terrestrische Chironomiden. II. Zoologischer Anzeiger 127: 246–258. [15 September].

Thompson, F.C. 1975. Notes on the genus Lygistorrhina Skuse, with the description of the first Nearctic species (Diptera: Mycetophiloidea). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 77: 434–445. [23 December]

Thompson, F.C., Evenhuis, N.L. & Sabrosky, C.W. 1999. Bibliography of the family-group names of Diptera. Myia 10: 363–556. [15 March]

[Dated from Woodley (2001).]

Tillyard, R.J. 1929. Permian Diptera from Warner’s Bay, N.S.W. Nature 123: 778–779. [18 May]

Tillyard, R.J. 1933. The panorpoid complex in the British Rhaetic and Lias. Fossil insects no. 3. British Museum (Natural History), London. 79 pp. [After 9 May]

[Date of preface.]

Tokunaga, M. 1932. A remarkable dipterous insect from Japan, Nymphomyia alba, gen. et. sp. nov. Annotationes Zoologicae Japonenses 13: 559–569. [10 December]

Timon-David, J. 1944. Insectes fossiles de l’oligocène inférieur des Camoins (Bassin des Marseille). Pt. 1. Diptères, brachycères. Bulletin de la Société Entomologique de France 48: 128–134. [10 January]

Tonnoir, A.L. 1924. New Zealand Dixidae (Dipt.). Records of the Canterbury Museum 2: 221–233. [4 December]

Tonnoir, A.L. 1929. Australian Mycetophilidae. Synopsis of the genera. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 54: 584–614. [16 December]

Tuomikoski, R. 1966. On the subfamily Manotinae Edw. (Dipt., Mycetophilidae). Annales Entomologica Fennica 32(3): 211–233. [27 September]

Townsend, C.H.T. 1908. The taxonomy of the muscoidean flies, including descriptions of new genera and species. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections 51, 138 pp. [before 30 June]

Townsend, C.H.T. 1915. A new generic name for the screw-worm fly. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences 5: 644–646. [4 December]

Townsend, C.H.T. 1916a. Designations of muscoid genotypes, with new genera and species. Insecutor Inscitiae Menstruus 4: 4–12. [31 March]

Townsend, C.H.T. 1916b. New genera and species of Australian Muscoidea. The Canadian Entomologist 48(5) 151–160. [15 May]

Townsend, C.H.T. 1917. Lithohypoderma, a new fossil genus of oestrids. Insecutor Inscitiae Menstruus 4: 128–130. [12 January]

Townsend, C.H.T. 1921. Some new muscoid genera ancient and recent. Insecutor Inscitiae Menstruus 9: 132–134. [3 October]

Townsend, C.H.T. 1927. Fauna sumatrensis. (Beitrag Nr. 50). Diptera Muscoidea II. Supplementa Entomologica 16: 56–76. [10 November]

Townsend, C.H.T. 1933. Agiebelia, new name (Diptera). Revista de Entomologica 3: 420. [25 September]

Townsend, C.H.T. 1938. Five new genera of fossil Oestromuscaria. (Diptera). Entomological News 49: 166–167. [9 June]

Townsend, C.H.T. 1942. Manual of myiology in twelve parts. Part XII. General consideration of the Oestromuscaria. Geological history & geographic distribution — environment & response — relations to Man — host & flowers — bibliography & plates. C. Townsend & filhos, Itaquaquecetuba, São Paulo. 365 pp. [3 December]

Trautwein, M.D. 2009. Multi-gene phylogenetics to resolve key areas in the fly Tree of Life. Doctoral dissertation, North Carolina State University, Raleigh. 140 pp.

Trautwein, M.D., Wiegmann, B.M. & Yeates, D.K. 2011. Overcoming the effects of rogue taxa: evolutionary relationships of the bee flies. PLoS Currents 3: doi: 10.1371/currents.RRN1233

Trofimov, G.K. 1948. [Tertiary relicts and the fly fauna of Azerbaidzhan.]. Doklady Akademii Nauk SSSR (N.S.) 62: 833–35. [12 October]

[In Russian.]

Tuomikoski, R. 1966. On the subfamily Manotinae Edw. (Dipt., Mycetophilidae). Annales Entomologica Fennica 32: 211–223.

 

 

 

Uchman, A. 1995. Treptichnus-like traces made by insect larvae (Diptera: Chironomidae, Tipulidae), pp. 143–146. In: Buta, R.I., Rindsberg, A.K., Kopaska-Merkel, D.C. (eds.), Paleozoic footprints in the Black Warrior Basin of Alabama. Alabama Paleontological Society Monograph. 1,387 pp. [31 December+]

Uchman, A. & Alvaro, J.J. 2000. Non-marine invertebrate trace fossils from the Tertiary Calatayud-Teruel Basin, NE Spain. Revista Española de Paleontologia 15(2): 203–218. [August]

Unger, F. 1841. Fossile insecten. Nova Acta Academia Leopoldina-Carolinae 19: 415–428. [31 December]

Ussatchev, D.A. 1968. [New Jurassic Asilomorpha (Diptera) in Karatau]. Entomologicheskoe Obozrenie 47: 617–628. [6 September]

[Author’s surname also spelled “Ussatchov”. In Russian; English translation, 1968, in Entomological Review 47: 378–384.]

Ussatchev, D.A. 1971. A study of fossil Asilomorpha in the Karatau. Proceedings of the XIII International Congress of Entomology (Moscow) 1: 311, 313. [After 16 April]

 

 

 

Veltz, I., Azar, D. & Nel, A. 2007. New chironomid flies in early Cretaceous Lebanese amber (Diptera: Chironomidae). African Invertebrates 48(1): 169–191. [April]

Verrall, G.H. 1909. British flies. Vol. V. Stratiomyidae and succeeding families of the Diptera Brachycera of Great Britain. Gurney & Jackson, London. [viii] + 780 pp. [1 January]

Vevers, H.G., editor. 1975. The zoological record. Volume 108. 1971. Insecta. Zoological Society, London. xiii + 809 + [2] pp. [5 November***]

Villalta, J.F. de. 1957. Dos zoocecidías fósiles del Mioceno de Cerdaña (prov. de Lérida). Cursillos y Conferencias del Instituto “Lucas Mallada” 4: 63–64. [31 December+]

Vockeroth, J.R. 1965. [Family Anthomyiidae.] Subfamily Scatophagidae (Scatomyzidae, Scopeumidae, Cordiluridae), pp. 826–42. In: Stone, A., C.W. Sabrosky, W.W. Wirth, R.H. Foote & J. R. Coulson, eds., A catalog of the Diptera of America north of Mexico. United States Department of Agriculture, Agriculture Handbook 276, iv + 1, 497 pp. [23 August]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2008b).]

Vockeroth, J.R. 1980. New genera and species of Mycetophilidae (Diptera) from the Holarctic Region, with notes on other species. The Canadian Entomologist 112: 529–544 . [17 September]

Vockeroth, J.R. 1987. Anthomyzidae, pp. 887–890. In: McAlpine, J.F., B.V. Peterson, G.E. Shewell, H.J. Teskey, J.R. Vockeroth & D.M. Wood, coordinators, Manual of Nearctic Diptera. Volume 2. Research Branch, Agriculture Canada. Monograph 28. Ottawa. vi + 674 pp. [31 March]

[Dated from information supplied by the publisher.]

Vockeroth, J.R. & F.C. Thompson. 1987. Syrphidae, pp. 713–743. In: McAlpine, J.F., B.V. Peterson, G.E. Shewell, H.J. Teskey, J.R. Vockeroth & D.M. Wood, coordinators, Manual of Nearctic Diptera. Volume 2. Research Branch, Agriculture Canada. Monograph 28. Ottawa. vi + 674 pp. [31 March]

[Dated from information supplied by the publisher.]

Vršanský, P., Ren Dong, Shih Chung-kun. 2010. Nakridletia ord. n.–enigmatic insect parasites support sociality and endothermy of pterosaurs. AMBA Projekty 8(1): 1–16. [31 December+]

Vulcano, M.A. 1985. Cretaceosimulium araripense, gen. sp. nov. da Chapada do Araripe, Ceará, Brasil (Diptera: Simuliidae). XII Congresso Brasileira de Zoologia (Porto) 1984: 107. [31 December+]

 

 

 

Wagner, R. 1990. Family Chaoboridae, pp. 71–74. In: Soós, Á. & L. Papp, eds., Catalogue of Palaearctic Diptera. Volume 2. Psychodidae—Chironomidae. Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest. 499 pp. [30 November]

[Dated from Evenhuis (2008b).]

Wagner, R. 2002a. A remarkable new species and genus of moth-flies (Diptera, Psychodidae, Psychodinae) from Dominican amber. Studia Dipterologica 8(2)[2001]: 423–426. [31 January]

Wagner, R. 2002b. Succinarisemus scheveni spec. nov. et gen. nov. (Diptera, Psychodidae, Psychodinae) from Caribbean amber - Validation. Studia Dipterologica 9(1): 30. [31 January]

Wagner, R. 2006. Amber Bruchomyiinae - descriptions of already known and new species, and the position of the ‘subfamily’ within Psychodidae (s. l.) (Diptera). Studia Dipterologica 13(1): 83–95. [22 December]

Wagner, R., Hoffeins, C. & Hoffeins, H.W. 2000a. A fossil nymphomyiid (Diptera) from the Baltic and Bitterfeld amber. Systematic Entomology 25(1): 115–120. [January]

Wagner, R., Hoffeins, C. & Hoffeins, H.W. 2000b. Beschreibung einer weiteren Art der Gattung Heleodromia (Diptera, Empididae, Hemerodromiinae) aus dem bitterfelder Bernstein. Studia Dipterologica, 7(1): 19–23. [15 September]

Wagner, R. & Özdikmen, H. 2006. Replacement name for the preoccupied genus group name Illisiella Wagner, 1985 (Diptera: Empididae). Munis Entomology & Zoology 1(1): 91. [January]

Wagner, R. & Stuckenberg, B.R. 2012. New fossil and extant species of Nemopalpus Macquart (Diptera: Psychodidae: Bruchomyiinae). African Invertebrates 53(1): 355–367. [June]

Wahlberg, P.F. 1844. Om Rhaphium flavipalpe Zett. Öfversigt am Kongliga Svenska Vetenskapsakademien Forhandeling 1: 37–38. [before 13 November]

Wahlgren, E. 1917. Fam. 5–12. Conopidae, Cordyluridae, Coelopidae, Cypselidae, Dryomyzidae, Clusiidae, Helomyzidae, Sciomyzidae, pp. 113–224. In: Svensk Insekfauna. [Order] 11. Diptera, suborder II: Cyclorhapha, group 2: Schizophora. Entomologiska Foreningen, Stockholm. [31 December+]

Walker, F. 1837. Notes on Diptera. Entomological Magazine 4: 226–230. [1 January]

Walker, F. 1848. List of the specimens of dipterous insects in the collection of the British Museum. Part I. British Museum, London. 229 pp. [9 December]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Walker, F. 1850. Vol. 1. Diptera [Part 1], pp. 1–76. In: Insecta Saundersiana: or characters of undescribed insects in the collection of William Wilson Saunders, Esq., F.R.S., F.L.S., &c. Van Voorst, London. [7 October]

[Date presented to the Entomol. Soc. Lond.]

Walker, F. 1851. Insecta Britannica, Diptera. Volume 1. Reeve & Benham, London. vi + 314 pp. [31 December+]

Walker, F. 1852. Vol. 1. Diptera [Part 3], pp. 157–252. In: Insecta Saundersiana: or characters of undescribed insects in the collection of William Wilson Saunders, Esq., F.R.S., F.L.S., &c. Van Voorst, London. [2 August]

[Date presented to the Entomol. Soc. Lond.]

Walker, F. 1854. List of the specimens of dipterous insects in the collection of the British Museum. Part V [= Supplement I]. British Museum, London. 330 pp. [14 October]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Walker, F. 1856. Insecta Britannica, Diptera. Volume 3. L. Reeve, London. xxiv + 352 pp. [31 March]

[An advertisement bound at the back of this volume is dated 31 March.]

Walker, F. 1859. Catalogue of the insects collected at Makessar in Celebes, by Mr. A.R. Wallace, with descriptions of new species [part]. Journal and Proceedings of the Linnean Society of London, Zoology 4: 97–144. [8 December]

[Articles concludes in 1860, J. Proc. Linn. Soc. Lond. 4: 145–72.]

Waller, A., Nel, A. & Menier, J. 2000. The first fossil Dilophus in Dominican amber (Diptera, Bibionidae). [Le premiere Dilophus fossile de l’ambre Dominican amber (Diptera, Bibionidae)] Revue Française d’Entomologie (n.s.) 22(4): 149–153. [December]

Waltl, J. 1835. Neue Arten von Diptern aus der Umgegend von München, benannt und beschrieben von Meigen, aufgefunden von Dr. J. Waltl, Professor der Naturgeschichte in Passau. Faunus 2: 66–72. [31 December+]

Wang Bo, Zhang Hai-chung & Azar, D. 2011. The first Psychodidae (Insecta: Diptera) from the Lower Eocene Fushun amber of China. Journal of Paleontology 85(6): 1154–1159. [November]

Wang Qian, Zhao Yun-yun & Ren Dong. 2012. Two new species of Mesosciophilidae (Insecta: Diptera: Nematocera) from the Yanliao biota of Inner Mongolia, China. Alcheringia 36(4): 509–514. [December]

Wang Wen-li. 1980. Phylum Arthropoda, pp. 59–153. In: [Paleontological atlas of northeast China. Vol. 2. Mesozoic and Caenozoic.] Geological Publ. House, Beijing. xiv + 403 pp. [October]

[In Chinese; new species of insects are by Hong You-chong.]

Waters, S.B. 1989a. A Cretaceous dance fly (Diptera: Empididae) from Botswana. Systematic Entomology 14: 233–241. [April]

Waters, S.B. 1989b. A new hybotine dipteran from the Cretaceous of Botswana. Palaeontology 32: 657–67. [October]

Waters, S.B. & Arillo, A. 1999. A new genus of Hybotidae (Diptera, Empidoidea) from Lower Cretaceous amber of Alava (Spain). Studia Dipterologica 6(1): 59–66. [9 August]

Wedmann, S. 2007. A nemestrinid fly (Insecta: Diptera: Nemestrinidae: cf. Hirmoneura) from the Eocene Messel Pit (Germany). Journal of Paleontology 81(5): 1114–1117. [September]

Wedmann, S. & Yeates, D.K. 2008. Eocene records of bee flies (Insecta, Diptera Bombyliidae, Comptosia): their palaeobiogeographic implications and remarks on the evolutionary history of bombyliids. Palaeontology 51(1): 231–240. [January]

Weigelt, J. 1935. Was bezwecken die Hallenser Universitäts-Grabungen in der Braunkohle des Gieseltales? Natur und Volk 65: 347–356. [31 December+]

Wesché, W. 1910. On the new tipulid subfamily Ceratocheilinae. Journal of the Linnean Society of London, Zoology 30: 355–360. [22 June]

Westwood, J.O. 1835. Insectorum novorum exoticorum (ex ordine Dipterorum) descriptiones. London and Edinburgh Philosophical Magazine (3) 6: 280–281. [April]

Westwood, J.O. 1840. Order XIII. Diptera Aristotle. (Antliata Fabricius. Halteriptera Clairv.), pp. 125–154. In: An introduction to the modern classification of insects; founded on the natural habits and corresponding organisation of the different families. Synopsis of the genera of British insects. Longman, Orme, Brown, Green and Longmans, London. 158 pp. [6 June]

[Dated from Evenhuis (1997).]

Westwood, J.O. 1854. Contributions to fossil entomology. Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London 10: 378–396. [10 May]

Westwood, J.O. 1881. Notae Dipterologicae. No. 5.—Descriptions of new species of exotic Tipulidae, with an annotated summary of species belonging to the same family, previously described. Transactions of the Royal Entomological Society of London 1881: 363–385. [7 September]

Weyenbergh, H., Jr. 1869. Sur les insectes fossiles du Calcaire Lithographique de la Bavière, que se trouvent au Musée Teyler. Archives du Musée Teyler 2: 247–294. [After 4 December]

[Signature date on last page of text.]

Whalley, P.E.S. 1981. Insects from Lebanese amber. Unpublished report, British Museum of Natural History (Geology). 11 pp. [31 December+]

Whalley, P.E.S. 1985. The systematics and palaeogeography of the Lower Jurassic insects of Dorset, England. Bulletin of the British Museum Natural History (Geological Series) 39: 107–89. [31 October]

Whalley, P.E.S. & E.A. Jarzembowski. 1985. Fossil insects from the lithographic limestone of Montsech (Late Jurassic-Early Cretaceous), Lérida Province, Spain.