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Five Species of Syrphidae (Insecta: Diptera) Newly Recorded in Korea
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Five Species of Syrphidae (Insecta: Diptera) Newly Recorded in Korea
Suk, Sang-Wook; Choi, Deuk-Soo; Han, Ho-Yeon;
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 Abstract
In Korean Peninsula, a total of 175 syrphid species are currently known. As a result of ongoing systematic study of the family Syrphidae, we have discovered the following five species for the first time in the Korean Peninsula: Mallota rossica Portschinsky, 1877, M. shatalkini Mutin, 1999, Sphiximorpha rachmaninovi (Violovitsh, 1981), Volucella bivitta Huo et al., 2007, and V. inanoides Hervé-Bazin, 1923. Among these taxa, Sphiximorpha Rondani, 1850, is the genus recorded for the first time in Korea. In total, three subfamilies, 16 tribes, 70 genera, and 180 species are now officially recognized for the Korean syrphid fauna. In order to facilitate their identification, we here provide specific diagnoses and color photographs for the species listed.
 Keywords
Diptera;Syrphidae;taxonomy;Mallota;Sphiximorpha;Volucella;Korea;
 Language
English
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