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Two More References

November 23, 2013

I added two annotated references to the bibliography, namely Beutenmüller (1904) and Johnson (1913). The complete references are:

Beutenmüller, W. 1904. The types of Diptera in the collection of the American Museum of Natural History. Bull. Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist. 20:87-89 (p. 88, Laphria astur O. S.).

Johnson, C.W. 1913. Insects of Florida. I. Diptera. Bull. Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist. 32(3): 37-90 (p. 61, Dasyllis grossa Fabr. (D. tergissa Say), Dasyllis lata, Dasyllis posticata Say, Laphria saffrana Fabr.).

I also annotated two additional citations that were already present, namely Johnson (1910) and Johnson (1925b). The complete annotations are:

Johnson, C. W. 1910. Diptera, pp. 703-814 IN Smith, J. B., Report of the insects of New Jersey. Trenton. Rept. N. J. State Mus. (1909) (p. 751, L.[ampria ] bicolor Wied., D.[asyllis] flavicollis Say, D. thoracica Fab.; p. 752, D. melanopogon Wied. (affinis Macq.), D. analis Macq. (lata Macq.), L.[aphria] canis Will., L. æratus [sic] Wlk.).

Johnson, C. W. 1925b. Fauna of New England. Part 15. List of the Diptera or two-winged flies. Occ. Pap. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist. 7:3-326 (p. 117, L.[ampria] bicolor (Wiedemann); D.[asyllis] flavicollis (Say), D. insignis Banks, D. divisor Banks, D. posticata (Say), D. posticata var. virginica Banks, D. sacrator (Walker), D. thoracica Fabricius, D. champlainii Walton, D. grossa (Fabricius), D. cinera Back, D. affinis Macquart; p. 118, L.[aphria] aeatus Walker (L. index McAtee), L. gilva (Linne), L. scorpio McAtee, L. sericea Say, L. sadalis Walker (L. pubescens Williston), L. canis Williston, L. altitudinum Bromley, L. janus McAtee).