North American species of Forcipomyia, subgenus Euprojoannisia (Diptera: ceratopogonidae) by Paul G Bystrak

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Statementby Paul G. Bystrak and Willis W. Wirth ; prepared by Science and Education Administration
SeriesTechnical bulletin ; no. 1591, Technical bulletin (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) -- no. 1591
ContributionsWirth, Willis Wagner, joint author, United States. Science and Education Administration
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Pagination51 p. :
Number of Pages51
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THE NORTH AMERICAN SPECIES OF FORCIPOMYIA, SUBGENUS EUPROJOANNISIA (DÍPTERA: CERATOPOGONIDAE) By PAUL G. BYSTRAK and WILLIS W. WIRTH^ ABSTRACT Biting midges of the genus Forcipomyia, sub- genus Euprojoannisiay are important pollina- tors of cacao (Theobroina cacao L.) and other tropical by: North American species of Forcipomyia, subgenus Euprojoannisia (Diptera: ceratopogonidae) Washington: U.S.

Dept. of Agriculture, Science and Education Administration, (OCoLC) Forcipomyia is subgenus Euprojoannisia book genus of biting midges in the subfamily s of the subgenus Lasiohelea suck vertebrate blood. Some species are ectoparasites on larger insects. Other species in the genus are important pollinators of the cacao tree (Theobroma cacao).There are at least 1, described species in : Insecta.

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