Literature

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Beavers, JB, McGovern, TP, Beroza, M, Sutton,1972Synthetic attractants for some dipteran species
Curran, CH1934Family Phyllomyzidae
Eisner, T, Eisner, M, Deyrup, M1991Chemical attraction of kleptoparasitic flies to heteropteran insects caught by orb-weaving spiders
Fast, E, Wheeler, TA2004Faunal inventory of Brachycera (Diptera) in an old growth forest at Mont Saint-Hilarie, Quebec
Johnson, CW1927Part I. The insect fauna with references to the flora and other biological features
Johnson, CW1925Fauna of New England. 15. List of the Diptera or two-winged flies
de Jong, H2000The types of Diptera described by J. C. H. de Meijere
Landau, GD, Gaylor, MJ1987Observations on commensal Diptera (Milichiidae and Chloropidae) associated with spiders in Alabama
Loew, H1869Diptera Americae septentrionalis indigena. Centurio octava
Malloch, JR1934Acalyptrata (concluded)
de Meijere, JCH1918Studien über südostasiatische Dipteren. XIV
de Meijere, JCH1916Studien über südostasiatische Dipteren. XI. (Java)
Nentwig, W1985Obligate kleptoparasitic behaviour of female flies at spider webs (Diptera: Empidoidea: Microphoridae)
Ortiz, CS1946Catalogo de los dipteros de Chile
Papp, L2001A revision of the species of Paramyia Williston (Diptera, Milichiidae) with the description of a new genus
Papp, L1993Three new milichiid species from Hungary
Papp, L1999Species of 22 Diptera families of the Aggtelek National Park
Papp, L, Merz, B, Foldvari, M2006Diptera of Thailand. A summary of the families and genera with references to the species representations
Procter, W1946Part VII. The insect fauna with references to methods of capture, food plants, the flora and other biological features
Procter, W1938Part VI. The insect fauna with references to methods of capture, food plants, the flora and other biological features
Rafael, JA1991Insects collected during the Maraca Project, Roraim, Brazil: with complementary list
Sabrosky, CW1973Family Milichiidae
Sabrosky, CW1965Family Milichiidae
Sacken, CROsten1878Catalogue of the described Diptera of North America. [Ed.2]
Scudder, GGE, Cannings, RA2006The Diptera families of British Columbia
Sivinski, J1985Mating by kleptoparasitic flies (Diptera: Chloropidae) on a spider host
Sivinski, J, Stowe, M1980A kleptoparasitic Cecidomyiid and other flies associated with spiders
Smith, JB1890Catalogue of insects found in New Jersey
Sturtevant, AH1926The seminal receptacles and accessory glands of the Diptera, with special reference to the Acalypterae. [Part. 2]
Sturtevant, AH1925The seminal receptacles and accessory glands of the Diptera, with special reference to the Acalypterae. [Part 1]
Williston, SW1908XLI. Family Agromyzidae
Williston, SW1897Diptera Brasiliana, Part IV
Wolda, H, Sabrosky, CW1986Insect visitors to two forms of Aristolochia pilosa in Las Cumbres, Panama
Woodruff, RE, Beck, BM, Skelley, PE, Schotmann, CYL, Thomas, MC1998Checklist and bibliography of the insects of Grenada and The Grenadines
Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith