Literature

AuthorsYearsort descendingTitle
H. Loew1869Diptera Americae septentrionalis indigena. Centurio octava
C. R. Osten Sacken1878Catalogue of the described Diptera of North America. [Ed.2]
J. B. Smith1890Catalogue of insects found in New Jersey
C. W. Johnson1925Fauna of New England. 15. List of the Diptera or two-winged flies
A. H. Sturtevant1925The seminal receptacles and accessory glands of the Diptera, with special reference to the Acalypterae. [Part 1]
A. H. Sturtevant1926The seminal receptacles and accessory glands of the Diptera, with special reference to the Acalypterae. [Part. 2]
C. W. Johnson1927Part I. The insect fauna with references to the flora and other biological features
C. H. Curran1934Family Phyllomyzidae
W. Procter1938Part VI. The insect fauna with references to methods of capture, food plants, the flora and other biological features
C. S. Ortiz1946Catalogo de los dipteros de Chile
W. Procter1946Part VII. The insect fauna with references to methods of capture, food plants, the flora and other biological features
J. B. Beavers, McGovern, T. P., Beroza, M., Sutton,1972Synthetic attractants for some dipteran species
J. Sivinski, Stowe M.1980A kleptoparasitic Cecidomyiid and other flies associated with spiders
J. Sivinski1985Mating by kleptoparasitic flies (Diptera: Chloropidae) on a spider host
G. D. Landau, Gaylor M. J.1987Observations on commensal Diptera (Milichiidae and Chloropidae) associated with spiders in Alabama
L. Papp2001A revision of the species of Paramyia Williston (Diptera, Milichiidae) with the description of a new genus
Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith