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Occurrence; Rhiniidae; checklist; distribution; nose flies; Occurrence
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Afrotropical region, South Africa
|Bounding Coordinates||South West [-90, -180], North East [90, 180]|
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|Title||South African nose flies (Diptera: Calliphoridae: Rhiniinae): taxonomy, diversity, distribution and biology|
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This study was based in the examination of specimens held in 16 Entomological collections from Europe, Africa and USA.
|Study Extent||The Afrotropical region with especial emphasis in South Africa.|
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- Specimens pinned or preserved in ethanol were examined/studied using stereoscopic microscopes with ocular micrometers. Identifications were based on taxonomic identication keys, original descriptions and reference collections (including type specimens).