Sciaridae


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Related to Sciaridae: Mycetophilidae, Scatopsidae, Lauxaniidae, Bibionidae, Sepsidae
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brasiliensis production, on composting cultivation method, with C:N ratio of 17:1, was lower due to the increase of the incidence of Sciaridae larvae.
Order Family Abundance Species Richness Acari Oripodidae 115 5 Diptera Chironomidae 61 12 Diptera Lauxaniidae 60 9 Diptera Dolichopodidae 53 13 Psocoptera Psocidae 25 6 Diptera Sciaridae 18 8 Hymenoptera Formicidae 16 4 Homoptera Coccidae 14 5 Homoptera Cicadellidae 11 5 Hymenoptera Braconidae 11 3 Diptera Chloropidae 10 6 Orthoptera Gryllidae 9 4 Neuroptera Chrysopidae 8 3 Psocoptera Pseudocaeciliidae 8 3 Coleoptera Coccinellidae 7 2 Table 3.
Seventeen of these were common to both the Kiuic and the Tabi areas: Tabanidae, Stratiomyidae, Asilidae, Culicidae, Mycetophilidae, Tachinidae, Muscidae, Tipulidae, Anthomyiidae, Bombyliidae, Tanypezidae, Syrphidae, Sciaridae, Pipunculidae, Chironomidae, Dolichopodidae, and Conopidae.
1 Later Brian provided additional examples of rostrum elongation as a notable adaptation in various families of Diptera, including the Rhagionidae, Tanyderidae, Sciaridae and Ceratopogonidae that are principally associated with the specialised flora of the Cape region of South Africa (Kirk-Spriggs & Stuckenberg 2009: 158-159).
Amorim & Pires (1996) presented a general area cladogram based on several groups of neotropical dipterans (Ditomyiidae, Sciaridae and Scatopsidae) and monkeys (Callitrichidae).
Families of diptera that seem to include mycophagous species are: Drosophilidae, Chloropidae, Phoridae, Mycetophilidae, Sciaridae, Tipulidae, Cecidomyiidae, and Platypezidae.
Werner Mohrig for species identification and biological information about Sciaridae family.
1 Syrphidae 4 3 Tephritidae 2 4 Calliphoridae 3 Muscidae 2 8 Sciaridae 8 Dolichopodidae 21 20 Ephydridae 26 2 Lauxaniidae 2 1 Chloropidae 68 21 Chamaemyiidae 1 Agromyzidae 16 3 Drosophilidae 6 1 Stratiomyidae 4 Empididae 1 Phoridae 5 Chironomidae 2 Milichiidae 7 Mycetophilidae 2 Cecidomyiidae 1 Pipunculidae 1 Otitidae 1 Sepsidae 4 Anthomyzidae 13 Trixoscelididae 2 Lepidoptera 0.
Nine families within four Orders also were identified from fragments: Homoptera: Achilidae, Aphididae, and Cercopidae; Neuroptera: Chrysopidae; Coleoptera: Cantharidae and Mordellidae; and Diptera: Empididae, Mycetophillidae, and Sciaridae.
Age and tree species as factors influencing the populations of insects living in dead wood (Coleoptera, Diptera: Sciaridae, Mycetophilidae).