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This genus ranges from northern Africa, through Europe, to Asia, and is recorded in the following countries: Afghanistan, Algeria, Andorra, Bulgaria, China, France, Greece, India, Iran, Italy, Japan, Korea, Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Malaysia, Nepal, Pakistan, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Sri Lanka, Tajikistan, Thailand, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Vietnam all countries of former Yugoslavia. 1 Forewings nearly hyaline, with no obviously markings Dilar pallidus Nakahara – Forewings yellowish brown, with distinct brown markings 2 2 Male (Fig. 24, 26) with ninth tergite in dorsal view with posteromedial portion protruding into a projection Dilar insularis sp. n. – Male with ninth tergite in dorsal view without projection posteromedially 3 3 Male (Fig. 17) with ectoproct in dorsal view with a strong sclerotized projection at tip and with gonarcus beam-shaped, which is bifid on both ends Dilar taiwanensis Banks – Male with gonarcus beam-shaped, which is not bifid on both ends 4 4 Male (Fig. 13) with ectoproct in dorsal view with a pair of parallel prolongations which are truncatus and serrate at tip Dilar hikosanus Nakahara – Male (Fig. 7) with ectoproct in dorsal view with three projections at tip which is sparsely haired Dilar japonicus McLachlan


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© Wei Zhang, Xingyue Liu, Horst Aspöck, Shaun L. Winterton, Ulrike Aspöck

Source: Deutsche Entomologische Zeitschrift

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