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genus

Glabellula Bezzi, 1902

kingdom Animalia - animals »  phylum Arthropoda - arthropods »  class Insecta - insects »  order Diptera - true flies, mosquitoes and gnats »  family Mythicomyiidae »  subfamily Glabellulinae

Included taxa

Number of records: 24

species Glabellula arctica (Zetterstedt, 1838)
species Glabellula australis (Malloch, 1924)
species Glabellula binotata Hall & Evenhuis, 1984
species Glabellula canariensis Frey, 1937
species Glabellula crassicornis (Greene, 1924)
species Glabellula fasciata Melander, 1950
species Glabellula femorata (Loew, 1873)
species Glabellula fumipennis Hall & Evenhuis, 1984
species Glabellula kuehnei Schlüter, 1976
species Glabellula meridionalis François, 1955
species Glabellula metatarsalis Melander, 1950
species Glabellula nanella Melander, 1950
species Glabellula natalensis Hesse, 1967
species Glabellula nobilis Kertész, 1912
species Glabellula palaestinensis Engel, 1933
species Glabellula pinyonicola Edwards, 1988
species Glabellula pumila Melander, 1950
species Glabellula rotundipennis Melander, 1950
species Glabellula sufflava François, 1969
species Glabellula unicolor Strobl, 1910

Fossil taxa

species Glabellula brunnifrons Evenhuis, 2002
species Glabellula electrica (Hennig, 1966)
species Glabellula grimaldii Evenhuis, 2002
species Glabellula hannemanni Schumann, 1991

Links and literature

EN The Interim Register of Marine and Nonmarine Genera [1092172]

Rees, T. (compiler): The Interim Register of Marine and Nonmarine Genera [http://www.irmng.org] [as Glabellula Bezzi, 1902]
Data retrieved on: 30 November 2019
EN Jedlička L., Kúdela M., Stloukalová V.: Checklist of Diptera of the Czech Republic and Slovakia [http://www.edvis.sk/diptera2009/] [as Glabellula Bezzi, 1902]
Data retrieved on: 11 January 2015

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Explanations

extinct taxon