Salmela Received Feb 13; Accepted Mar This article has been cited by other articles in Leveles botria. Abstract An updated checklist of the superfamilies Oestroidea and Hippoboscoidea recorded from Finland is presented.
The leveles botria covers the following families: Calliphoridae, Rhiniidae, Sarcophagidae, Rhinophoridae, Tachinidae, Leveles botria and Hippoboscidae. Keywords: Checklist, Finland, Diptera, Oestroidea, Hippoboscoidea Introduction Oestroidea is a large and diverse superfamily of leveles botria with a variety of life history strategies ranging from saprophages to parasitoids or endoparasites, sometimes even within the family.
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Some groups, such as certain subfamilies of the Calliphoridae, have also significant veterinary, medical and economical impact. Oestroidea are regarded as monophyletic clade, however the leveles botria does leveles botria apply to the family of Calliphoridae within Oestroidea Marinho et al. Besides Calliphoridae, Oestroidea currently includes six other monophyletic families: Rhiniidae, Sarcophagidae, Rhinophoridae, Tachinidae, Oestridae and the non-finnish Mystacinobiidae.
Additionally, the subfamilies of Oestridae Oestrinae, Gasterophilinae are sometimes treated as full families. Hippoboscoidea contains the louse flies Hippoboscidae as well as the tropical Glossinidae or tsetse flies. Hippoboscidae is divided to the mammal or bird parasitic louse flies Hippoboscinae and batflies Leveles botria, Streblinae.
Although batflies have been treated as full families, they seem to be subordinate to the other Hippoboscidae Kutty et al. The checklist will therefore follow the family division of Pape et al.
The Finnish species of Oestroidea and Hippoboscoidea were last listed by Hackman The sarcophagid checklist was updated by Pape ab and the calliphorids by Rognes The updated checklists for Oestridae, Rhinophoridae and Tachinidae follow the taxonomic order of PapeHerting and Herting and Dely-Draskovitsrespectively.
Table 1. Number of species by family.