2012
DOI: 10.1590/s0073-47212012000100005 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: ABSTRACT. Drosophila asiri group (Diptera, Drosophilidae), a new group of Andean species with the description of two new species and the redescription of Drosophila asiri. The Drosophila asiri group is a new group of species in the subgenus Drosophila. The specimens were captured in the highlands of Ecuador from 3200 m to 4000 m above sea level. This group includes Drosophila (D.) asiri Vela & Rafael, 2005, that was previously described within the D. onychophora species group, and two new species, Drosophila (… Show more

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“…Scutelum yellow, basal scutellar seta divergent. and Rafael 2004band Rafael , 2005, D. morelia (Vela and Rafael 2004b), D. guarani Rafael 2005, 2004c), D. annulimana (Vela and Rafael 2005;Cabezas and Rafael 2013), D. onycophora (Figuero et al 2012a) and D. asiri (Figuero et al 2012b).…”
Section: Drosophila Yanacochamentioning
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“…Scutelum yellow, basal scutellar seta divergent. and Rafael 2004band Rafael , 2005, D. morelia (Vela and Rafael 2004b), D. guarani Rafael 2005, 2004c), D. annulimana (Vela and Rafael 2005;Cabezas and Rafael 2013), D. onycophora (Figuero et al 2012a) and D. asiri (Figuero et al 2012b).…”
Section: Drosophila Yanacochamentioning