2 edition of Tabanidae of Ohio. found in the catalog.
Tabanidae of Ohio.
James S. Hine
|Statement||By James S. Hine ...|
|Series||Ohio State University. Contributions from the Dept. of zoology and entomology., no. 10|
|LC Classifications||QL1 .O33 no. 10|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||57,  p., 1 l.|
|Number of Pages||57|
|LC Control Number||14020991|
The Tabanidae are true flies and members of the insect order Diptera. With the families Athericidae, Pelecorhynchidae and Oreoleptidae, Tabanidae are classified in the superfamily Tabanoidea. Along with the Rhagionoidea, this superfamily makes up the infraorder Tabanomorpha. Tabanoid families seem to be united by the presence of a venom canal in the mandible of the : Insecta. Flies of the family Tabanidae have large broad heads with prominent irridescent eyes. They vary in colour, body markings, wing markings and are robust and large ( mm). The family is placed in the suborder Brachycera. Worldwide, tabanids are among the most important pests of livestock. The relative importance of most of the species varies.
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