volume 102, issue 2, P212-220 2012
DOI: 10.1590/s0073-47212012000200014
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Abstract: ABSTRACT. Four new species of the Drosophila onychophora species group (Diptera, Drosophilidae) in the Parque Arqueológico Rumipamba, Pichincha, Ecuador. The species of the subgenera Phloridosa and Drosophila (in this last one, regarding the Drosophila species groups: D. flavopilosa, D. onychophora and D. bromeliae) are species of Drosophila that developed only in flowers. The group D. onychophora was proposed to bring together exclusively antophilic species. The former group is composed by 18 species, and is…

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