Molecular Biology and Genetics
Statistics of barcoding coverage
Specimens with Sequences:34
Specimens with Barcodes:24
Species With Barcodes:10
Haematopota is a genus of fly in the horse-fly family, Tabanidae. Among the horse-flies, they are most commonly known as clegs. Many species have colorful, patterned eyes in life, a character that fades after death.
- Haematopota americana Osten Sacken, 1875
- Haematopota bigoti Gobert, 1880 – big-spotted cleg
- Haematopota champlaini (Philip, 1953)
- Haematopota crassicornis Wahlberg, 1848 – black-horned cleg
- Haematopota grandis Meigen, 1820 – long-horned cleg
- Haematopota italica Meigen, 1804 – Italian cleg
- Haematopota pluvialis (Linnaeus 1758) – notch-horned cleg
- Haematopota pseudolusitanica
- Haematopota punctulata Macquart, 1838
- Haematopota rara Johnson, 1912
- Haematopota subcylindrica Pandellé, 1883 – Levels cleg
- Haematopota willistoni (Philip, 1953)
- Chainey, J. E. (1993). Horse-flies, deer-flies and clegs (Tabanidae). In: Medical Insects and Arachnids. Springer Netherlands. Chapter 8: pp. 310-32.
- Stubbs, A. and Drake, M. (2001). British Soldierflies and Their Allies: A Field Guide to the Larger British Brachycera. British Entomological & Natural History Society. pp. 512 pp. ISBN 1-899935-04-5.
- Stone, A.L. and Philip, B. (August 1974). The Oriental Species of the Tribe Haematopotini (Diptera, Tabanidae). Technical Bulletin 1489. Washington D.C.: United States Department of Agriculture, Agriculture Research Service. p. 240.
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