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A new conopid fly from Florida and Georgia (Diptera: Conopidae)
By Sidney Camras
Insecta Mundi 0007: 1-4., 2007
Cite: 883699 with citation markup [cite:883699]
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Abstract: A new species of Physoconops Szilady, P. (Pachyconops) weemsi, is described from Florida and Georgia. It is similar to two other species in the southeastern United States, P. floridanus Camras and P. brachyrhynchus Macquart, the main differential character being the shape of the female theca. The female thecae for all three are illustrated and a key to the three related Pachyconops species occurring in the southeastern United States is presented.