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Limoniidae collectés dans des canopées de Chênes du Loiret, du Cher et de l’Allier (Diptera Tipulomorpha)

Abstract : During an entomological inventory in the canopy of Oak stands, 15 species of Limoniidae (Diptera) have been collected in three different forests located in the centre of France (Loiret, Cher and Allier). All species are new to the department, and the species Helius calviensis Edwards, 1928, previously known from Corsica only in France, is new for continental France. In the three sampled forests, collections were largely dominated by Dicranomyia affinis (Schummel, 1829) and Dicranomyia mitis (Meigen, 1830). In addition to H. calviensis, Rhipidia uniseriata Schiner, 1864, another uncommon species was also collected. Both species are briefly described.
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Clovis Quindroit, Christophe Bouget, Aurélien Sallé. Limoniidae collectés dans des canopées de Chênes du Loiret, du Cher et de l’Allier (Diptera Tipulomorpha). L'Entomologiste, Société entomologique de France, 2021, 77 (4), pp.239-243. ⟨hal-03324802⟩

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