Literature

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H. Andersson1977Taxonomic and phylogenetic studies on Chloropidae (Diptera) with special reference to Old World genera
I. Brake2000Phylogenetic systematics of the Milichiidae (Diptera, Schizophora)
F. R. Cole1927A study of the terminal abdominal structures of male Diptera (two-winged flies)
J. C. Deeming1990Aristal reduction and compensation in some acalyptrate Diptera
J. C. Deeming1981Some new African Milichiidae (Diptera: Cyclorrapha) having pronounced sexual dimorphism of the frons
R. J. Elzinga, Broce A. B.1986Labellar modifications of Muscomorpha flies (Diptera)
P. Ferrar198749. Family Milichiidae (=Phyllomyzidae)
R. Frey1921Studien über den Bau des Mundes der niederen Diptera Schizophora nebst Bermerkungen über die Systematik dieser Dipterengruppen
S. P. Gaponov2003Morphology and evolution of flies’ eggs (Diptera) [in Russian]
G. C. D. Griffiths1972The phylogenetic classification of Diptera Cyclorrhapha with special reference to the structure of the male postabdomen
W. Hackman, Väisänen R.1985The evolution and phylogenetic significance of the costal chaetotaxy in the Diptera
F. Hendel1922Die paläarktischen Muscidae acalyptratae Girsch = Haplostomata Frey nach ihren Familien und Gattungen. I. Die Familien
W. Hennig1971Neue Untersuchungen über die Familien der Diptera Schizophora
W. Hennig1956Beitrag zur Kenntnis der Milichiiden-Larven
W. Hennig1952Die Larvenformen der Dipteren. 3. Teil
M. Kuntner, Agnarsson I.2010Web gigantism in Darwin's bark spider, a new species from Madagascar
D. K. McAlpine2011Observations on antennal morphology in Diptera, with particular reference to the articular surfaces between segments 2 and 3 in the Cyclorrhapha
A. Peterson1916The head capsule and mouth-parts of Diptera
M. C. D. Speight1969The prothoracic morphology of acalypterates and its use in systematics
A. H. Sturtevant1926The seminal receptacles and accessory glands of the Diptera, with special reference to the Acalypterae. [Part. 2]
A. H. Sturtevant1925The seminal receptacles and accessory glands of the Diptera, with special reference to the Acalypterae. [Part 1]
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