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Canacidae

Canacidae, incorrectly Canaceidae, or beach flies, surf or surge flies, is a family of Diptera.There are 113 species in 12 genera.[3][4][5][6] The family now includes Tethininae as a subfamily.

face on view of the head of Canace ranula, Loew
Wing venation

Family description[edit]

For terms see Morphology of Diptera.

Minute (1.6mm.-5 mm.) yellow, grey or grey-brown pruinose flies with whitish to greyish markings.The head is large with small antenna bearing bare to pubescent arista.The "mouth" is a large oval opening. There are three or four pairs of orbital bristles on the head directed outward (inset upswept).Postvertical bristles are absent but diverging pseudopostocellar bristles are present.Other head bristles present are ocellar bristles, 2-5 pairs of frontal bristles, curving outward, interfrontal bristles and vibrissae. The genae are high with 1 or more upcurving bristles. Tibiae are without a dorsal preapical bristle. The wing is in almost all species unmarked.The costa has a subcostal break, the subcosta is parallel to vein R1 and merging with that vein just before the costa. Tibiae without dorsal preapical bristle.

See [1] Drawings of Canace.

Classification[edit]

Biology[edit]

Canacidae are mostly intertidal flies.They ar found along sea coasts, on the surface of small water bodies, saline and fresh, at places protected from wind. They feed on Infusoria and other minute organisms.

References[edit]

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  12. ^ Wirth, W.W. (1951). "A revision of the dipterous family Canaceidae". Occasional Papers of Bernice P. Bishop Museum (Bishop Museum) 20 (14): 245–275. 
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  14. ^ Eaton, A.E. (1875). "Breves Dipterarum uniusque Lepidopterarum insulae Kerguelensi indigenarum diagnoses". The Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 12: 58–61. 
  15. ^ a b Mathis, W.N. (1982). "Description of a new species of Nocticanace Malloch (Diptera: Canacidae) from Sri Lanka with notes on two related species.". Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington (The Entomological Society of Washington) 84 (3): 421–425. 
  16. ^ Munari, Lorenzo (1986). "Contributo alla conoscenza dei Tethinidae afrotropicali. II. Considerazioni tassonomiche sulla sottofamiglia Horaismopterinae Sabr. e descrizione di un genere e due specie nuove (Diptera, Tethinidae).". Società Veneziana di Scienze Naturali - Lavori 11: 41–52. 
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  18. ^ Munari, Lorenzo (2000). "Beach Flies from South-Western coast of Australia, with Descriptions of a New Genus and Two New Species (Diptera Tethinidae).". Bollettino della Società Entomologica Italiana 132 (3): 237–248. 
  19. ^ Malloch, John Russel (1914). "Formosan Agromyzidae". Annales Musei Nationalis Hungarici 12. pp. 306–336. Retrieved 24 August 2014. 
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  21. ^ Freidberg, A. (1995). "A study of Zaleinae, a taxon transitional between Canacidae and Tethinidae (Diptera), with the description of a new genus and species.". Entomologica Scandinavica 26: 447–457. 
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