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Xylomyidae

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Xylomyidae is a family of flies known commonly as the wood soldier flies. They are xylophagous and are associated with dead or dying wood.[4]

Description

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Figure 82 Wing venation of Xylomyia maculata

For terms see Morphology of Diptera.

These flies are 4 to 14 millimeters long. Their coloration is variable. They have spurs on the mid and hind tibiae. The antennae are conical.[5][6]

Genera

As of 2011 there were 138 described species in four genera.[7][5] These include:

Species lists

Phylogeny

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Xylomyidae subfamily Xylomyinae of Stratiomyidae in older works

   

Stratiomyidae

     

Pantophthalmidae

   

References

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  4. ^ Stubbs, Alan E.; Drake, Martin (2001). British Soldierflies and their allies: A Field Guide to the Larger British Brachycera. London: British Entomological and Natural History Society. pp. 528 pages. ISBN 1-899935-04-5.
  5. ^ a b Fachin, D. A.; Amorim, D. D. S. (2014). "Taxonomic revision of the Neotropical genus Arthropeina Lindner, 1949 (Diptera: Xylomyidae)" (PDF). Zootaxa. Auckland, New Zealand: Magnolia Press. 3827 (2): 231–257. ISSN 1175-5334. Retrieved 16 June 2018.
  6. ^ Krivosheina, N.P. (1988). "Family Xylomyidae. In: Soós, Á. & Papp, L. (Eds)". Catalogue of Palaearctic Diptera. 5: 38–42.
  7. ^ a b c Woodley, Norman E. (2011). "A world catalog of the Xylomyidae (Insecta: Diptera) In :Thompson, F.C., Brake, I. & Lonsdale, O. (Eds.), Contributions to the Biosystematic Database of World Diptera". Myia. 12: 417–453.
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Xylomyidae: Brief Summary

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Xylomyidae is a family of flies known commonly as the wood soldier flies. They are xylophagous and are associated with dead or dying wood.

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