• Braulidae - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braulidae Braulidae, or bee lice, is a family of flies with eight species in two genera, Braula and Megabraula. [1] These are most unusual flies, wingless and small, and barely ...
  • Braulidae - Wikispecies

    species.wikimedia.org/wiki/Braulidae Braulidae; Selected references . Grimaldi, D.; Underwood, B.A. 1986: Megabraula, a new genus for two new species of Braulidae (Diptera), and a discussion of braulid ...
  • Braulidae. (Book, 1938) [WorldCat.org]

    www.worldcat.org/title/braulidae/oclc/18572114 Get this from a library! Braulidae.. [Willi Hennig]
    • Braulidae - Tree of Life Web Project

      tolweb.org/Braulidae References. Grimaldi, D. and Underwood, B. A. 1986. Megabraula, a new genus for two new species of Braulidae (Diptera), and a discussion of braulid evolution.
    • Braulidae - WOW.com

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    • Braulidae - definition of Braulidae by The Free Dictionary

      www.thefreedictionary.com/Braulidae A recent extensive molecular study of the Schizophora indicates that the superfamily Ephydroidea comprises seven families, namely Braulidae, Camillidae ...
    • Family: Braulidae - University of Florida

      edis.ifas.ufl.edu/topic_family_braulidae What is EDIS? EDIS is the Electronic Data Information Source of UF/IFAS Extension, a collection of information on topics ...
    • Braulidae - Languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

      en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:MobileLanguages/Braulidae Braulidae is available in 13 languages. Return to Braulidae. Languages. български; Cebuano; Deutsch; suomi; français; magyar; italiano; Nederlands; norsk ...
    • Braula - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

      en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braula Braula is a genus of flies (Diptera) in the family Braulidae or bee lice. These are very unusual flies, wingless and flattened, and barely recognizable as Diptera.
    • ITIS Standard Report Page: Braulidae

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