Literature

AuthorsYearsort descendingTitle
K. Kertész1897Dipterologisches aus Neu-Guinea
L. Biró1897Asilida és lovasa
J. Mik1898Merkwürdige Beziehungen zwischen Desmometopa m-atrum aus Europa und Agromyza minutissima aus Neu Guinea
K. Kertész1899Verzeichnis einiger, von L. Biró in Neu-Guinea und am Malayischen Archipel gesammelten Dipteren
L. Biró1899Commensalismus bei Fliegen
C. Lundström1906Om Desmometopa-arternas snyltgästning hos spindlar och rofinsecter
C. Lundström1906Desmometopa-kärpäslajit hämähäkkien ja petohyönteisten ruokavieraina
C. A. Frost1913Peculiar habits of small Diptera, Desmometopa latipes Meigen
F. Knab1915Commensalism in _Desmometopa_. (Diptera, Agromyzidae)
P. de Peyerimhoff1917Phorésie et commensalisme chez les _Desmometopa_
H. Kramer1917Die Musciden der Oberlausitz
E. Rabaud1924Le commensalisme de _Desmometopa sordida_ Fallén
W. S. Bristowe1931Notes on the biology of spiders. VII. Flies that triumph over spiders
R. N. Champion-Jones1937XXIX. The giant wood spider
C. P. Clausen1940Entomophagous insects
W. S. Bristowe1941The comity of spiders
O. W. Richards1953Commensalism of _Desmometopa_ with predacious insects and spiders
N. L. H. Krauss1963A milichiid fly (Milichiella lacteipennis)
N. L. H. Krauss1964Milichiella lacteipennis (Loew)
R. P. McMillan1976Observations on flies of the family Milichiidae cleaning Araneus and Nephila spiders
M. H. Robinson, Robinson B.1977Associations between flies and spiders: Bibiocommensalism and dipsoparasitism?
J. Sivinski, Stowe M.1980A kleptoparasitic Cecidomyiid and other flies associated with spiders
A. Lopez1984News on insects considered as spider commensals and their hosts
W. Nentwig1985Obligate kleptoparasitic behaviour of female flies at spider webs (Diptera: Empidoidea: Microphoridae)
J. Sivinski1985Mating by kleptoparasitic flies (Diptera: Chloropidae) on a spider host
G. D. Landau, Gaylor M. J.1987Observations on commensal Diptera (Milichiidae and Chloropidae) associated with spiders in Alabama
T. Eisner, Eisner, M., Deyrup, M.1991Chemical attraction of kleptoparasitic flies to heteropteran insects caught by orb-weaving spiders
K. Sternberg1993First record of commensal flies, _Desmometopa_ sp., on a dragonfly, _Cordulegaster boltonii_ (Donovan)
J. R. Aldrich, Barros T. M.1995Chemical attraction of male crab spiders (Araneae, Thomisidae) and kleptoparasitic flies (Diptera, Milichiidae and Chloropidae)
J. Sivinski, Marshall, S. A., Petersson, E.1999Kleptoparasitism and phoresy in the Diptera
V. Albu2006Kleptoparasitism, a very unusual relationship between a spider, its bee prey and some clever, opportunistic flies
I. Brake, von Tschirnhaus M.2010Stomosis arachnophila sp. n., a new kleptoparasitic species of freeloader flies (Diptera, Milichiidae)
T. Kondo, Brake, I., Lopez, K. I., Korytkowski, C. A.2010Report on Milichiella lacteipennis (Loew) (Diptera: Milichiidae), attracted to various bugs (Hemiptera: Coreidae & Pentatomidae)
M. Kemal, Kocak A. O.2010Observation on a klepto-parasitic species at Posof (NE Turkey) (Diptera, Milichiidae; Hymenoptera, Apidae; Aranea, Thomisidae)
M. Kuntner, Agnarsson I.2010Web gigantism in Darwin's bark spider, a new species from Madagascar
[username] Pristurus2011Spinne mit Wildbiene und Mitessern
Foglu E Huseynov2014Natural prey of the crab spider Xysticus marmoratus (Araneae: Thomisidae) on Eryngium plants
M. von Tschirnhaus, Borkenstein, A., Jödicke, R.2015Lestes dryas (Odonata: Lestidae) und kommensalische Fliegen (Diptera: Chloropidae), mit einer Übersicht über Kleptoparasitismus bei Halmfliegen
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