Occurrence data of Mydidae from the southern Arabian Peninsula (Diptera: Asiloidea)
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Dikow, T. 2010. Order Diptera, family Mydidae. In: A.v. Harten (ed.) Arthropod Fauna of the United Arab Emirates, vol. 3, pp. 608–615. Dar Al Ummah, Abu Dhabi. doi: https:doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.167484
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Mydidae; Leptomydinae; Rhopaliinae; Afrotropical; Occurrence; Specimen
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southern Arabian Peninsula
|Bounding Coordinates||South West [9.94, 36.41], North East [28.8, 63.09]|
Insecta: Diptera: Mydidae: Leptomydinae: Eremomidas and Rhopaliinae: Perissocerus, Rhopalia
|Species||Eremomidas arabicus, Perissocerus arabicus, Rhopalia gyps, Rhopalia olivieri|
|Start Date / End Date||1937-11-26 / 2008-04-06|
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|Title||Phylogeny, revisionary taxonomy & the fossil record of asiloid flies (Diptera: Apioceridae, Asilidae, Mydidae)|
|Funding||U.S. National Science Foundation (DEB 0919333)|
|Study Area Description||world-wide|
|Design Description||Taxonomic and phylogenetic research on Apioceridae, Asilidae, and Mydidae flies.|
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|Parent Collection Identifier||several|
|Specimen preservation methods||Pinned|
|Purpose||The occurrence data are made available as a unique data-set in order to facilitate the test of the species and distributional hypotheses postulated in this taxonomic revision/review.|