Ischiochaetus facts for kids
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Bickel & Dyte, 1989
Ischiochaetus Parent, 1933
Ischiochaetus is a genus of flies in the family Dolichopodidae, found in New Zealand. The genus was originally named by Octave Parent in 1933. However, as the genus was not designated a type species, this name was unavailable until 1989, when Daniel J. Bickel and C. E. Dyte designated Ischiochaetus ornatipes as the type species.
- Ischiochaetus lenis Parent, 1933
- Ischiochaetus ornatipes Parent, 1933
- Ischiochaetus rotundicornis Parent, 1933
- Ischiochaetus spinosus Parent, 1933
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