Sciara inflata Theobald 1937 (dark-winged fungus gnat)

Insecta - Diptera - Sciaridae

Full reference: N. Theobald. 1937. Les insectes fossiles des terrains oligocènes de France. Bulletin Mensuel (Mémoires) de la Société des Sciences de Nancy 1:1-473

Belongs to Sciara according to N. Theobald 1937

Sister taxa: Sciara acuminata, Sciara acuminata, Sciara amicula, Sciara antennaria, Sciara atavina, Sciara atropha, Sciara aulica, Sciara austera, Sciara basalis, Sciara bella, Sciara berckhemeri, Sciara bicolora, Sciara brachycera, Sciara braeuhaeuseri, Sciara branconis, Sciara brevipetiola, Sciara burmitina, Sciara compta, Sciara cryptocephala, Sciara dasycera, Sciara defectuosa, Sciara deffneri, Sciara defossa, Sciara deleta, Sciara deperdita, Sciara dietleni, Sciara dormitans, Sciara ehrati, Sciara electriphila, Sciara endrissi, Sciara exilis, Sciara femuralis, Sciara flichei, Sciara florissantensis, Sciara fraasi, Sciara gracilenta, Sciara gracilior, Sciara gurnetensis, Sciara hennigi, Sciara heydeni, Sciara hirtella, Sciara hoelzlei, Sciara ignorata, Sciara janassa, Sciara joossi, Sciara jucunda, Sciara kluepfeli, Sciara lacoei, Sciara laticornis, Sciara lengersdorfi, Sciara lengersdorfi, Sciara longa, Sciara longipennata, Sciara lugens, Sciara macrocera, Sciara martii, Sciara melanopa, Sciara milleri, Sciara minuscula, Sciara minuscula, Sciara minutula, Sciara oblonga, Sciara ovalipennata, Sciara pelidua, Sciara pennata, Sciara pompeckii, Sciara protoberidis, Sciara protogaea, Sciara quenstedti, Sciara radians, Sciara rara, Sciara requieta, Sciara rottensis, Sciara saportana, Sciara schremmeri, Sciara scopuli, Sciara seemanni, Sciara sepulta, Sciara sopora, Sciara splendida, Sciara strausi, Sciara thoracica, Sciara troglodytes, Sciara villosoides, Sciara wageri, Sciara weylandi, Sciara willershausensis, Sciara winnertzii, Lycoria chrysitis, Lycoria (Neosciara)

Type specimen: Coll Inst. Geol. Lyon A 7, an exoskeleton. Its type locality is Aix-en-Provence (Inst. Geol. Lyon), which is in a Chattian lacustrine - large limestone in the Niveau du gypse d'Aix Formation of France.



• Oligocene of France (2 collections)

Total: 2 collections each including a single occurrence

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