Bush Blitz aids description of three…

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Bush Blitz aids description of three new species and a new genus of Australian beeflies (Diptera: Bombyliidae: Exoprosopini)

Description

Locality data for 6 beefly specimens deposited in the Queensland Museum, Australia for 3 new species of Australian beeflies belonging to the Exoprosopini; Palirika mackenziei Lambkin, Palirika culgoafloodplainensis Lambkin, and Larrpana bushblitzi Lambkin.

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Date range: Dec 13, 2007 - Mar 19, 2010

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Administrative contact
Christine Lambkin
Curator of Entomology
Queensland Museum Grey St, South Bank 4101 Brisbane Queensland Australia +61 7 38407699
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Pensoft Journals
Originator
Christine Lambkin
Curator of Entomology
Queensland Museum Grey St, South Bank 4101 Brisbane Queensland Australia +61 7 38407699

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Publication Date

Nov 3, 2011

Registration Date

Dec 5, 2011

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Taxonomic Coverage

Three new species of Australian beeflies belonging to the Order Diptera: Family Bombyliidae: Subfamily Anthracinae: Tribe Exoprosopini are described; Palirika mackenziei Lambkin, Palirika culgoafloodplainensis Lambkin, and Larrpana bushblitzi Lambkin.

SPECIES
Palirika mackenziei Lambkin (beefly), Palirika culgoafloodplainensis Lambkin (beefly)
RANK_NOT_SPECIFIED
Larrpana bushblitzi Lambkin. (beefly)

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Palirika mackenziei Lambkin was collected from Plevna Downs 63 km west of Eromanga,in south-western Queensland. Palirika culgoafloodplainensis Lambkin was collected from Culgoa Floodplains National P… more

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Palirika mackenziei Lambkin was collected from Plevna Downs 63 km west of Eromanga,in south-western Queensland. Palirika culgoafloodplainensis Lambkin was collected from Culgoa Floodplains National Park on the Queensland/New South Wales Border, 134 km WSW Dirranbandi. Four male specimens of Larrpana bushblitzi Lambkin were hand netted from Karara Pastoral Lease in Western Australia, hill-topping on Forrest Lookout, 24.4km SE Boiada Camp, and on a nearby hilltop, 23.5km ESE Boiada Camp, 213 km ESE of Geraldton.