Contribution to the knowledge of Limoniidae (Diptera: Tipuloidea): first records of 244 species from various European countries

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dc.contributor.authorKolcsá, Levente-Péterca
dc.contributor.authorMederos López, Jorgeca
dc.contributor.authorWatanabe, Kozoca
dc.contributor.authorConsorci del Museu de Ciències Naturals de Barcelonaca
dc.date.accessioned2023-02-09T10:46:51Z-
dc.date.available2023-02-09T10:46:51Z-
dc.date.issued2021-07-21-
dc.identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/2072/515546-
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/11703/128990-
dc.description.abstractBackground Limoniidae is one of the most species-rich Dipteran families, with 661 reported species in Europe. Despite the fact that the European limoniid crane fly fauna has been studied ever since Carolus Linnaeus, it is still poorly known. New information In this study, we summarise the taxonomic and faunistic studies of European Limoniidae, which described new species and reported first country records, between 2010 and 2020. We also report occurrence data of 244 Limoniidae species which represent the first country records or conformational records from various European countries, as we report ten species from Albania, one from Austria, thirty-seven from Belarus, five from Belgium, two from Bulgaria, two from Estonia, six from Finland, seven from France, fourteen from Greece, sixteen from Hungary, two from Iceland, six from Italy, ten from Latvia, one from Malta, nine from Montenegro, two from The Netherlands, ten from North Macedonia, fortytwo from Norway, one from Poland, five from Portugal, twenty from Romania, thirty-eight from Serbia, six from Slovenia, five from Spain and seven species from Sweden for the first time. From the European territory of Russia, we report twenty-eight species from Central European Russia, seventy-two from East European Russia, fifteen from North European Russia, one from Northwest European Russia and seven from North Caucasus for the first time. Confirmatory records and corrigenda are also included. Keywords biodiversity, Catalogue of the Craneflies of the World (CCW), collection data, database, Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF), fauna, terminalia photosca
dc.description.abstractBackground Limoniidae is one of the most species-rich Dipteran families, with 661 reported species in Europe. Despite the fact that the European limoniid crane fly fauna has been studied ever since Carolus Linnaeus, it is still poorly known. New information In this study, we summarise the taxonomic and faunistic studies of European Limoniidae, which described new species and reported first country records, between 2010 and 2020. We also report occurrence data of 244 Limoniidae species which represent the first country records or conformational records from various European countries, as we report ten species from Albania, one from Austria, thirty-seven from Belarus, five from Belgium, two from Bulgaria, two from Estonia, six from Finland, seven from France, fourteen from Greece, sixteen from Hungary, two from Iceland, six from Italy, ten from Latvia, one from Malta, nine from Montenegro, two from The Netherlands, ten from North Macedonia, fortytwo from Norway, one from Poland, five from Portugal, twenty from Romania, thirty-eight from Serbia, six from Slovenia, five from Spain and seven species from Sweden for the first time. From the European territory of Russia, we report twenty-eight species from Central European Russia, seventy-two from East European Russia, fifteen from North European Russia, one from Northwest European Russia and seven from North Caucasus for the first time. Confirmatory records and corrigenda are also included. Keywords biodiversity, Catalogue of the Craneflies of the World (CCW), collection data, database, Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF), fauna, terminalia photosen
dc.description.abstractBackground Limoniidae is one of the most species-rich Dipteran families, with 661 reported species in Europe. Despite the fact that the European limoniid crane fly fauna has been studied ever since Carolus Linnaeus, it is still poorly known. New information In this study, we summarise the taxonomic and faunistic studies of European Limoniidae, which described new species and reported first country records, between 2010 and 2020. We also report occurrence data of 244 Limoniidae species which represent the first country records or conformational records from various European countries, as we report ten species from Albania, one from Austria, thirty-seven from Belarus, five from Belgium, two from Bulgaria, two from Estonia, six from Finland, seven from France, fourteen from Greece, sixteen from Hungary, two from Iceland, six from Italy, ten from Latvia, one from Malta, nine from Montenegro, two from The Netherlands, ten from North Macedonia, fortytwo from Norway, one from Poland, five from Portugal, twenty from Romania, thirty-eight from Serbia, six from Slovenia, five from Spain and seven species from Sweden for the first time. From the European territory of Russia, we report twenty-eight species from Central European Russia, seventy-two from East European Russia, fifteen from North European Russia, one from Northwest European Russia and seven from North Caucasus for the first time. Confirmatory records and corrigenda are also included. Keywords biodiversity, Catalogue of the Craneflies of the World (CCW), collection data, database, Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF), fauna, terminalia photoses
dc.format.extent247 p.ca
dc.languageengca
dc.rightsCC-BYca
dc.subjectInsectes
dc.subjectDípters
dc.subjectTipúlids
dc.subjectEuropa
dc.titleContribution to the knowledge of Limoniidae (Diptera: Tipuloidea): first records of 244 species from various European countriesca
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dc.provenanceRecercat (Dipòsit de la Recerca de Catalunya)ca
dc.subject.categoryCiència i tecnologiaca
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