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New records of Agromyzidae (Diptera) from Switzerland and an updated checklist
expand article infoMiloš Černý, Gerhard Bächli§
‡ Unaffiliated, Halenkovice, Czech Republic
§ University of Zurich-Irchel, Zurich, Switzerland
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Abstract

Here, we investigate about 5500 previously unidentified specimens from the collection of Gerhard Bächli. A total of 108 agromyzid species were added to the fauna of Switzerland. Consequently, the species richness of the Swiss agromyzids was increased to 395 species. The checklist of Agromyzidae of Switzerland was updated, and the complete list presented in appendix.

Key Words

Agromyzidae Diptera new record distribution host plants Switzerland checklist

Introduction

The acalyptrate Diptera family Agromyzidae (leaf miner flies) is economically important because a rather large number of its species are known to damage crop plants (Spencer 1973). It is one of the largest families in the Order Diptera, containing more than 930 species in Europe and more than 3050 worldwide. However, according to the Swiss Diptera checklist (Martinez 1998) and the three supplements (Merz et al. 2001, 2006; Bächli et al. 2014), only 280 species are listed for Switzerland. This number is obviously rather low and even as much as 20 years ago Martinez (1998), who listed only 140 species, stated that the Swiss fauna was poorly known. Since then, Černý (2005a, 2009, 2013) and Černý and Merz (2005, 2006, 2007, 2012) have improved the situation by studying additional collections.

One of the reasons why agromyzid flies are poorly studied is that in most cases, only males can be identified based on the basis of very laborious preparations of terminalia. In addition, many species have been named solely on the plant species from which they emerged. Many more species lack even this information because they were described on the basis of specimens collected by standard methods, e.g. netting. For most of these species, their ecology and life history remain unknown.

By studying several thousand specimens of the private collection of G. Bächli, we here aim to improve our knowledge on the local agromyzid fauna. Although this significantly enhances our understanding of the Swiss Agromyzidae, we feel that much more work needs to be done in order to reach a tenable or even tolerable standard of knowledge.

Material and methods

This study is based on about 5500 specimens (mostly male), of more than 300 species, deposited in the collection of GB. Some duplicates are in the private collection of MČ. Most of the specimens were caught by net sweeping from vegetation and from flowers. Some specimens were accidentally found around Drosophila banana baits, in canopy beer-wine traps, etc. In such cases, it is unlikely that they were attracted by the bait, but simply represent by-catch. All material was stored at first in alcohol and pinned and dried afterwards. All specimens were collected by GB if not otherwise stated.

Species identification in this group of flies is based almost completely on male genital structures and therefore, females are not taken into account here. In several specimens, it was possible to identify the diagnostic structures of the postabdomen without any preparation. When necessary, male terminalia were studied after detaching them, then softening and macerating the terminalia in hot 10% KOH, washing in water and dissecting the whole abdomen in a droplet of glycerine under a binocular microscope MBS 10-100. After examination, all the parts dissected were placed in a droplet of the medium “glycerin plus gum resin” on a piece of card pinned below the relevant specimen. Some collection details not mentioned on the labels were added in square brackets ( [ ] ). All the material examined was identified by MČ. The identifications were based on Černý (1992, 2007a,b), Griffiths (1963, 1967, 1972a,b, 1973, 1974, 1976a,b, 1977, 1980), Hendel (1920, 1924, 1931–36), Hering (1925, 1926, 1927, 1928, 1931, 1932), Papp and Černý (2015, 2016, 2017), and Spencer (1964, 1966a,b, 1969, 1972, 1976, 1977, 1990).

The nomenclature used for the Agromyzidae was based on Fauna Europaea (Martinez 2013) and Papp and Černý (2015, 2016, 2017). The host plants were treated according to Spencer (1973, 1990) and Benavent-Corai et al. (2005).

Genera and species were arranged alphabetically in the two subfamilies Agromyzinae and Phytomyzinae.

For host plants, names of genera are given when, as fas known, all respective species were found to be involved. Mentioning early stages may refer to eggs, larvae or puparia.

The localities were grouped according to cantons (districts) of Switzerland (Fig. 1) and the following abbreviations used: AG = Aargau; BE = Bern; BL = Basel-Landschaft; GE = Genève; GL = Glarus; GR = Graubünden; JU = Jura; LU = Luzern; NE = Neuchâtel; SH = Schaffhausen; SO = Solothurn; SZ = Schwyz; TG = Thurgau; TI = Ticino; UR = Uri; VD = Vaud; VS = Valais; ZG = Zug; ZH = Zürich.

Figure 1. 

Map showing all the cantons in Switzerland sampled.

List of species

Subfamily Agromyzinae

Agromyza albitarsis Meigen, 1830

Material examined

AG: Würenlingen [47°32'N, 8°16'E, 420m a.s.l, banana bait], 1 ♂, 6.–11.vi.1973.

Distribution

Europe: Albania, Austria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece (Černý 2011), Hungary (Papp and Černý 2015), Italy, Lithuania, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Slovakia, Sweden; Asia: Japan, Turkey. First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Populus, Salix.

Agromyza anderssoni Spencer, 1976

Material examined

TI: Biasca [46°21'N, 8°58'E, 300m a.s.l., banana bait], 1 ♂, 16.–20.vi.1995; Bolle di Magadino [46°09'N, 8°52'E, 200m a.s.l., tent trap], 1 ♂, 17.–20.vi.1995, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg.

Distribution

Europe: Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Slovakia, Sweden; Asia: South Korea, Turkey (Papp and Černý 2015). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant unknown.

Agromyza conjuncta Spencer, 1966

Material examined

GR: Scuol [46°48'N, 10°18'E, 1200m a.s.l., banana bait], 1 ♂, 9.–12.viii.1978; Zernez-Gondas [46°42'N, 10°06'E, 1500m a.s.l., banana bait], 1 ♂, 4.–7.viii.1996, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg. VS: Baltschieder [46°18'N, 7°52'E, 650m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 17.vi.1996, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg.; Riederalp [46°23'N, 8°02'E, 2050m a.s.l., banana bait], 1 ♂, 31.vii.–8.viii.1976. ZH: Hönggerberg [47°25'N, 8°30'E, 520m a.s.l., banana bait], 1 ♂, 3.–7.vii.1998.

Distribution

Europe: Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece incl. Crete, Hungary, Italy incl. Sicily, Poland, Portugal (Černý et al. 2018), Serbia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden (Papp and Černý 2015). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant unknown.

Agromyza drepanura (Mamonov, 1929)

Material examined

AG: Würenlingen, Bärengraben [47°31'N, 8°15'E, 420m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 13.v.1998. GR: S-chanf-Flin [46°36'N, 9°59'E, 1650m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 7.viii.1996, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg.; Zuoz-Nüd [46°36'N, 9°58'E, 1700m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 7.viii.1996, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg.

Distribution

Europe: Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, Russia, Ukraine; Asia: Armenia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan (Nartshuk and von Tschirnhaus 2017, Papp and Černý 2015). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant Medicago sativa.

Agromyza filipendulae Spencer, 1976

Material examined

AG: Rheinfelden [47°33'N, 7°48'E, 270m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 12.vi.2010. GE: Jussy, Prés de Villette, 475m a.s.l., [46°14'N, 6°16'E], 1 ♂, 8.viii.2000, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg. LU: Luzern [47°01'N, 8°19'E, 440m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 10.vi.2006.

Distribution

Europe: Czech Republic, Germany, Great Britain, France, Hungary, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Montenegro, Poland, Norway; Asia: Asian Russia (Nartshuk and von Tschirnhaus 2017, Papp and Černý 2015). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Filipendula, Potentilla, Rubus, Sanguisorba.

Agromyza longiphallus L. Papp in Papp & Černý, 2015

Material examined

GR: Zernez [46°42'N, 10°05'E, 1450m a.s.l., banana bait], 2 ♂♂, 15.–18.viii.1978. VS: Riederalp [46°23'N, 8°02'E, 2050m a.s.l., banana bait], 3 ♂♂, 31.vii.–8.viii.1976.

Distribution

Europe: Slovakia. First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant unknown.

Agromyza seticercus L. Papp in Papp & Černý, 2015

Material examined

GE: Chancy [46°09'N, 5°58'E, 350m a.s.l.], 2 ♂♂, 25.vii.2004.

Distribution

Europe: Hungary. First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant unknown.

Agromyza spenceri Griffiths, 1963

Material examined

VS: Grône, Poutafontana, 500m a.s.l., [46°15'N, 7°27'E], 1 ♂, 1.vii.2001; Pfynwald [46°38'N, 7°37'E, 600m a.s.l., canopy trap], 1 ♂, 2.–6.viii.1999.

Distribution

Europe: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, France, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, Poland, Portugal (Černý et al. 2018), Republica of Malta, Spain; Africa: Morocco; Asia: Turkey, Uzbekistan (Černý 2013, Papp and Černý 2015). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant Phragmites australis.

Agromyza woerzi Groschke & Hering, 1957

Material examined

GR: Santa Maria, Müstair, 1850m a.s.l., [46°36'N, 10°25'E], 1 ♂, 23.vi.2017.

Distribution

Europe: Belarus, Czech Republic, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Slovakia; Asia: Turkey (Dursun et al. 2015, Papp and Černý 2015). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Knautia arvensis, K. drymeia.

Hexomyza cecidogena (Hering, 1927)

Material examined

TI: Biasca [46°21'N, 8°58'E, 300m a.s.l., banana bait], 3 ♂♂, 16.–20.vi.1995, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg.

Distribution

Europe: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, Poland, Portugal (Černý et al. 2018), Slovakia, Ukraine; Asia: China, Japan (Papp and Černý 2015). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Salix aurita, S. repens.

Melanagromyza arnicarum Hering, 1942

Material examined

GR: Dischmatal [46°45'N, 9°54'E, 1600m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 16.–30.vi.1990, 1 ♂, 22.v.1991, P. Brodmann leg.

Distribution

Europe: Denmark, Germany, Italy, Lithuania; Asia: China. First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant Arnica montana.

Melanagromyza eriolepidis Spencer, 1961

Material examined

GR: Tschierv, 1700m a.s.l., [46°38'N, 10°20'E], 1 ♂, 27.vi.2015.

Distribution

Europe: Germany, Great Britain. First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant Cirsium eriophorum.

Melanagromyza eupatorii Spencer, 1957

Material examined

GE, Chancy [46°09'N, 5°58'E, 350m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 25.vii.2004. NE: St. Blaise, Les Rièdes [47°01'N, 6°59'E, 440m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 19.v.2001. VS: Visp [46°18'N, 7°53'E, 650m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 2001, P. Duelli leg.

Distribution

Europe: Czech Republic, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, Lithuania, Montenegro, Poland, Slovakia, Spain (Papp and Černý 2015). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Eupatorium, Senecio, Inula, Chrysanthemum.

Melanagromyza nibletti Spencer, 1957

Material examined

LU: Luzern [47°01'N, 8°19'E, 440m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 10.vi.2006.

Distribution

Europe: Czech Republic, Great Britain, Spain (Papp and Černý 2015). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant Silaum silaus.

Melanagromyza pubescens Hendel, 1923

Material examined

GE: Chancy [46°09'N, 5°58'E, 350m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 25.vii.2004. TI: Biasca [46°21'N, 8°58'E, 300m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 17.vi.1995, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg. VS: Grône, Poutafontana, 500m a.s.l., [46°15'N, 7°27'E], 1 ♂, 1.vii.2001; Leuk-Platten [46°19'N, 7°42'E, 600m a.s.l.], 2 ♂♂, 1.viii.1998, 1 ♂, 3.viii.1998, 1 ♂, 19.v.1996, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg.; Pfynwald [46°38'N, 7°37'E, 600m a.s.l., canopy trap], 1 ♂, 2.–6.viii.1999, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg.

Distribution

Europe: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, Poland, Portugal (Černý et al. 2018), Romania, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Ukraine; Asia: Asian Russia, China, Japan, Mongolia, Nepal, North Korea, Kuril Islands, Turkey (Papp and Černý 2015). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant Artemisia vulgaris.

Melanagromyza sativae Spencer, 1957

Material examined

GE: Dardagny, 400m a.s.l., [46°12'N, 6°00'E], 1 ♂, 11.viii.2000, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg. GR: Santa Maria [Müstair], 1850m a.s.l., [46°36'N, 10°25'E], 2 ♂♂, 26.vi.2015; Sur, 1600m a.s.l., [46°31'N, 9°38'E], 3 ♂♂, 3.vi.2000; Tschlin, 1500m a.s.l., [46°52'N, 10°26'E], 1 ♂, 25.vi.2016. VS: Baltschieder [46°18'N, 7°52'E, 650m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 17.vi.1996; Pfynwald [46°38'N, 7°37'E, 600m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 15.v.1996, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg.

Distribution

Europe: Czech Republic, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Lithuania, Slovakia; Asia: Cyprus, Iran, Turkey (Papp and Černý 2015). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Angelica, Anthriscus, Pastinaca, Pimpinella, Torilis.

Melanagromyza tripolii Spencer, 1957

Material examined

VS: Baltschieder [46°18'N, 7°52'E, 650m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 17.v.1996, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg., 1 ♂, 24.vi.2000; Pfynwald [46°38'N, 7°37'E, 600m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 19.vi.1996, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg.

Distribution

Europe: Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, Slovakia, Spain, Ukraine; Asia: Turkey (Papp and Černý 2015). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant Aster tripolium.

Melanagromyza zlobini Pakalniškis, 1996

Material examined

GR: Santa Maria [Müstair], 1850m a.s.l., [46°36'N, 10°25'E], 3 ♂♂, 26.vi.2015; Sur, 1550m a.s.l., [46°31'N, 9°38'E], 1 ♂, 3.vi.2000.

Distribution

Europe: Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Lithuania (Papp and Černý 2015). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant unknown.

Ophiomyia alliariae Hering, 1954

Material examined

AG: Würenlingen [47°32'N, 8°16'E, 420m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 27.vii.2001. GR: Rothenbrunnen [46°46'N, 9°26'E, 630m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 8.viii.1996, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg. VS: Visp [46°18'N, 7°53'E, 650m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 2000, P. Duelli leg.

Distribution

Europe: Andorra, Austria, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Italy incl. Sardinia, Latvia, Lithuania, Portugal (Černý et al. 2018), Republica of Malta, Slovakia, Spain, Ukraine (Papp and Černý 2015). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Alliaria, Bertorea, Brassica, Capsella, Cardamine, Erysimum, Raphanus, Sinapis, Sisymbrium.

Ophiomyia eucodonus Hering, 1960

Material examined

GR: Nationalpark [46°40'N, 10°12'E, 2000m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 2005, P. Duelli leg. VS: Jeizinen [46°20'N, 7°44'E, 1500m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 26.vi.1999; Visperterminen [46°15'N, 7°54'E, 1500m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 21.vii.2004.

Distribution

Europe: Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Russia, Slovakia, Spain (Papp and Černý 2015). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Campanula spp.

Ophiomyia hungarica Černý in Papp & Černý, 2015

Material examined

VS: Baltschieder [46°15'N, 7°54'E, 650m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 17.vi.1996, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg; Visperterminen, 1400m a.s.l., [46°15'N, 7°54'E], 1 ♂, 31.vii.1998, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg.

Distribution

Europe: Hungary. First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant unknown.

Ophiomyia maura (Meigen, 1838)

Material examined

AG: Würenlingen [47°32'N, 8°16'E, 420m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 6.vii.2000. VS: Pfynwald [46°38'N, 7°37'E, 600m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 19.v.1996, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg.

Distribution

North America: Canada; Europe: Andorra, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, Italy incl. Sicily, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Russia, Slovakia, Spain incl. Canary Islands, Sweden, Ukraine, former Yugoslavia; Asia: China, Japan, Oman, Turkey, Yemen (Papp and Černý 2015). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Aster, Erigeron, Solidago.

Ophiomyia mohelensis Černý, 1994

Material examined

GR: Nationalpark [46°40'N, 10°12'E, 2000m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 2004, P. Duelli leg.

Distribution

Europe: Czech Republic, Hungary, Ukraine (Papp and Černý 2015). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant unknown.

Ophiomyia pannonica Černý in Papp & Černý 2015

Material examined

AG: Würenlingen [47°32'N, 8°16'E, 420m a.s.l.], 3 ♂♂, 6.–11.vi.1973 [banana bait], 3 ♂♂, 14.viii.1997, 1 ♂, 31.viii.1999. TI: Cardada, Alpe, 1500m a.s.l., [46°12'N, 8°48'E], 1 ♂, 23.viii.2013. ZH: Flaach [47°35'N, 8°37'E, 350m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 7.viii.2001.

Distribution

Europe: Hungary, Slovakia. First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant unknown.

Ophiomyia rostrata (Hendel, 1920)

Material examined

VS: Leuk-Rotafen [46°19'N, 7°41'E, 850m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 16.v.1996, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg.

Distribution

Europe: Austria, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, Lithuania, Netherlands, Poland, Spain; Asia: Uzbekistan (Papp and Černý 2015). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant Convolvulus arvensis.

Ophiomyia vanyushai Guglya, 2014

Material examined

GR: Zernez [46°42'N, 10°05'E, 1450m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 6.viii.1996, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg.

Distribution

Europe: Ukraine. First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant unknown.

Subfamily Phytomyzinae

Amauromyza (Cephalomyza) karli (Hendel, 1927)

Material examined

VS: Baltschieder [46°18'N, 7°52'E, 650m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 2.viii.1998, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg.; Pfynwald [46°38'N, 7°37'E, 600m a.s.l., canopy trap], 1 ♂, 3.–6.viii.1999.

Distribution

North America: Canada; Europe: Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Spain, Sweden; Asia: Mongolia (Papp and Černý 2016). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant unknown.

Amauromyza (Cephalomyza) luteiceps (Hendel, 1920)

Material examined

GE: Cartigny, Moulin de Vert, 350m a.s.l., [46°11'N, 6°01'E], 1 ♂, 6.viii.2000, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg.

Distribution

North America: Canada; Europe: Belgium, Czech Republic, Great Britain, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Lithuania, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal (Černý et al. 2018), Republica of Malta, Spain, Sweden, Norway; Asia: Iran, Turkey (Papp and Černý 2016, Ranji et al. 2015). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant Atriplex calotheca.

Cerodontha (Butomomyza) caricivora (Groschke, 1954)

Material examined

AG: Würenlingen [47°32'N, 8°16'E, 420m a.s.l, banana bait], 2 ♂♂, 6.–11.vi.1973. VS: Morgins, Vieze [46°14'N, 6°51'E, 1400m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 27.vii.2004.

Distribution

Europe: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, Sweden; Asia: Japan (Papp and Černý 2016). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Carex spp.

Cerodontha (Butomomyza) falcata Černý in Papp & Černý, 2016

Material examined

TI: Biasca [46°21'N, 8°58'E, 300m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 17.vi.1995. ZH: Marthalen [47°38'N, 8°39'E, 370m a.s.l.], 2 ♂♂, 8.vi.2008, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg.

Distribution

Europe: Czech Republic, Hungary. First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant unknown.

Cerodontha (Butomomyza) mellita Spencer, 1971

Material examined

SZ: Alpthal [47°04'N, 8°43'E, 1150m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 2001, P. Duelli leg.

Distribution

Europe: Belgium, Czech Republic, Great Britain, Poland, Portugal (Černý et al. 2018), Slovakia (Papp and Černý 2016). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Carex spp.

Cerodontha (Butomomyza) pseuderrans (Hendel, 1931)

Material examined

AG: Rottenschwil [47°19'N, 8°22'E, 390m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 14.vi.2008; Wohlen [47°21'N, 8°18'E, 450m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 21.v.2011. GE: Dardagny, Essertines, 400m a.s.l., [46°12'N, 6°00'E], 1 ♂, 11.viii.2000; Jussy, Prés de Villette, 475m a.s.l., [46°14'N, 6°16'E], 1 ♂, 8.viii.2000, all B. Merz & G. Bächli leg. LU: Luzern [47°01'N, 8°19'E, 440m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 10.vi.2006. ZH: Sihlwald [47°16'N, 8°33'E, 550m a.s.l.], 2 ♂♂, 16.viii.1997.

Distribution

Europe: Andorra, Austria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, Poland, Sweden; Asia: Turkey, Japan (Papp and Černý 2016). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant Carex hirta.

Cerodontha (Cerodontha) alpestris Martinez, 1987

Material examined

GR: Santa Maria [Müstair], 1850 m a.s.l., [46°36'N, 10°25'E], 1 ♂, 26.vi.2015; S-chanf-Flin [46°36'N, 9°59'E, 1650 m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 7.viii.1996, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg.; Zernez-Gondas [46°42'N, 10°06'E, 1500 m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 4.–8.viii.1996, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg.

Distribution

Europe: France, Germany, Italy (Černý 2013). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant unknown.

Cerodontha (Cerodontha) coxalis Martinez, 1987

Material examined

GR: Santa Maria [46°36'N, 10°25'E, Müstair], 1850m a.s.l., 2 ♂♂, 26.vi.2015. ZH: Dietikon [47°24'N, 8°24'E, 390m a.s.l., banana bait] 1 ♂, 16.–20.vii.1992.

Distribution

Europe: Czech Republic, France, Hungary, Romania (Papp and Černý 2016). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant unknown.

Cerodontha (Cerodontha) phragmitophila Hering, 1935

Material examined

LU: Luzern [47°01'N, 08°19'E, 440m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 10.vi.2006. VS: Grône, Poutafontana [46°15'N, 07°27'E, 520m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 18.v.1996, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg.

Distribution

Europe: Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, France incl. Corsica, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Portugal (Černý et al. 2018), Spain incl. Canary Islands, former Yugoslavia; Africa: Egypt; Asia: Cyprus, Israel, Kazakhstan, Pakistan, Uzbekistan (Papp and Černý 2016). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Arundo, Phragmites.

Cerodontha (Dizygomyza) brisiaca Nowakowski, 1973

Material examined

GL: Elm, Wichlen, 1300m a.s.l., [46°55'N, 9°10'E], 1 ♂, 15.viii.2001. GR: Marmorera, 1600m a.s.l., [46°31'N, 9°38'E, 1 ♂, 2.vi.2000; Santa Maria, Müstair, 1850m a.s.l., [46°36'N, 10°25'E], 1 ♂, 23.vi.2017; Sur, 1600m a.s.l., [46°31'N, 9°38'E], 1 ♂, 2.vi.2000; Tinizong, 1350m a.s.l., [46°35'N, 9°37'E], 1 ♂, 4.viii.2007. TG: Lommis, Immenberg [47°32'N, 8°59'E, 700m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 4.viii.2007. TI: Acquacalda [46°33'N, 8°49'E, 1750m a.s.l.], 2 ♂♂, 22.–24.vi.2001.

Distribution

Europe: Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Lithuania, Poland; Africa: Morocco (Papp and Černý 2016). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant unknown.

Cerodontha (Dizygomyza) chaixiana (Hering, 1956)

Material examined

AG: Würenlingen [47°32'N, 8°16'E, 420m a.s.l., banana bait], 6 ♂♂, 6.–11.vi.1973. GR: Nationalpark [46°40'N, 10°12'E, 2000m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 2004, P. Duelli leg.; Tschlin, 1600m a.s.l., [46°52'N, 10°26'E], 1 ♂, 24.vi.2016. LU: Luzern [47°01'N, 8°19'E, 440m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 10.vi.2006. NE: Marin, Les Tertres, [47°28'N, 6°59'E, 450m a.s.l.] 1 ♂, 19.v.2001. TI: Acquacalda [46°33'N, 8°49'E, 1750m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 17.–20.vii.1998. VS: Grône, Poutafontana [46°15'N, 7°27'E, 520m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 18.vi.1996, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg. ZH: Dietikon [47°24'N, 8°24'E, 390m a.s.l., banana bait], 1 ♂, 10.–14.viii.1982, 1 ♂, 19.–23.vii.1990, 1 ♂, 16.–20.vii.1992; Hӧnggerberg [47°25'N, 8°30'E, 520m a.s.l., banana bait], 1 ♂, 2.–6.viii.1997, 1 ♂, 3.–7.vii.1998, 1 ♂, 29.vi.–3.vii.1999, 1 ♂, 3.–7.vii.2000, 1 ♂, 19.vii.2008, 1 ♂, 1.vii.2011; Sihlwald [47°16'N, 8°33'E, 550m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 16.viii.1997.

Distribution

Europe: Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Poland (Papp and Černý 2016). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Poa spp.

Cerodontha (Dizygomyza) hirtae Nowakowski, 1967

Material examined

LU: Luzern [47°01'N, 8°19'E, 440m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 10.vi.2006.

Distribution

North America: United States; Europe: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Netherlands, Poland, Slovakia (Papp and Černý 2016). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Carex spp.

Cerodontha (Dizygomyza) silvatica (Groschke & Hering, 1957)

Material examined

GR: Dischmatal [46°45'N, 9°54'E, 1600m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 1.–20.viii.1991, P. Brodmann leg. VS: Riederalp [46°23'N, 8°02'E, 2050m a.s.l., banana bait], 2 ♂♂, 31.vii.–8.viii.1976.

Distribution

Europe: Czech Republic, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, Poland (Papp and Černý 2016). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant Luzula sylvatica.

Cerodontha (Icteromyza) rozkosnyi Černý, 2007

Material examined

TI: Bolle di Magadino, [46°09'N, 8°52'E, 200m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 9.viii.1997.

Distribution

Europe: Czech Republic, Greece, Hungary, Romania; Africa: Morocco; Asia: Israel, Turkey (Dursun et al. 2015, Papp and Černý 2016). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant unknown.

Cerodontha (Phytagromyza) flavocingulata (Strobl, 1909)

Material examined

GR: Santa Maria, Müstair, 1850m a.s.l., [46°36'N, 10°25'E], 1 ♂, 23.vi.2017. VS: Mund, Finnen [1400m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 21.vi.2014.

Distribution

North America: Canada; Europe: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherland, Norway, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Sweden, former Yugoslavia; Asia: Asian Russia –Yakutia (Nartshuk and Bagachanova 2010, Papp and Černý 2016). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Agropyron, Agrostis, Alopecurus, Arrhenatherum, Bromus, Calamagrostis, Dactylis, Festuca, Holcus, Poa, Phleum.

Cerodontha (Poemyza) morula (Hendel, 1920)

Material examined

ZH: Dietikon [47°24'N, 8°24'E, 390m a.s.l., banana bait], 1 ♂, 3.–10.viii.1984; Hönggerberg [47°25'N, 8°30'E, 520m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 19.vii.2008; Marthalen [47°38'N, 8°39'E, 390m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 8.vi.2008.

Distribution

Europe: Austria, Czech Republic, Hungary (Papp and Černý 2016). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant unknown.

Cerodontha (Poemyza) pygmella (Hendel, 1931)

Material examined

GR: Sur, 1600m a.s.l., [46°31'N, 9°38'E], 1 ♂, 3.vi.2000; Tschierv, 1700m a.s.l., [46°38'N, 10°20'E], 1 ♂, 27.vi.2015. TI: Acquacalda [46°33'N, 8°49'E, 1750m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 22.–24.vi.2001; Fusio [46°26'N, 8°39'E, 1300m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 26.vii.1997; Robiei [46°27'N, 8°31'E, 1900m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 4.–5.vii.2008. VS: Grône, Poutafontana, 500m a.s.l., [46°15'N, 7°27'E],1 ♂, 1.vii.2001. ZH: Dietikon [47°24'N, 8°24'E, 390m a.s.l., banana bait], 1 ♂, 3.–7.vii.1998; Flaach [47°35'N, 8°37'E, 350m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 22.vii.1996.

Distribution

Europe: Czech Republic, Estonia, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Slovakia, Spain incl. Canary Islands, Sweden; Asia: Iran, Asian Russia – Kamchatka, Kuril Islands (Papp and Černý 2016, Ranji et al. 2015). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Calamagrostis, Festuca.

Cerodontha (Poemyza) thunebergi Nowakowski, 1967

Material examined

TG: Weinigen, Ochsenfurt [47°35'N, 8°37'E, 450m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 29.v.1999. VS: Leuk [46°19'N, 7°38'E, 700m a.s.l., banan bait], 1 ♂, 27.–29.vii.1993; Pfynwald [46°38'N, 7°37'E, 600m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 2.vi.1999, 580m a.s.l., 1 ♂, 30.vi.–4.vii.2001 [banana bait]. ZH: Flaach [47°35'N, 8°37'E, 350m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 22.vii.1996; Hönggerberg [47°25'N, 8°30'E, 520m a.s.l., banana bait], 1 ♂, 13.–17.vii.1996.

Distribution

Europe: Belarus, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Lithuania, Slovakia; Asia: Japan (Papp and Černý 2016). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant unknown.

Chromatomyia beigerae Griffiths, 1980

Material examined

VS: Oberwald [46°31'N, 8°20'E, 1820m a.s.l., banana bait], 2 ♂♂, 13.–15.viii.1975; Riederalp [46°23'N, 8°02'E, 2050m a.s.l., banana bait], 2 ♂♂, 31.vii.–8.viii.1976.

Distribution

Europe: Germany, Italy, Poland, Slovakia (Černý 2005a, 2013). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant Luzula sylvatica.

Chromatomyia glacialis (Griffiths, 1964)

Material examined

TI: Acquacalda [46°33'N, 8°49'E, 1750m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 22.–24.vi.2001. VS: Jeizinen, 2000m a.s.l., [46°20'N, 7°44'E],1 ♂, 3.vii.2001.

Distribution

Europe: Czech Republic, Great Britain, Poland, Sweden. First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant unknown.

Chromatomyia norwegica (Rydén, 1957)

Material examined

AG: Wohlen [47°21'N, 8°18'E, 450m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 21.v.2011. GR: Alp Flix [46°32'N, 9°38'E, 1830m a.s.l., banana bait], 2 ♂♂, 4.–8.viii.1975; Zuoz-Nüd [46°36'N, 9°58'E, 1700m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 7.viii.1996, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg. VS: Oberwald [46°31'N, 8°20'E, 1820m a.s.l., banana bait], 2 ♂♂, 13.–15.viii.1975; Riederalp [46°23'N, 8°02'E, 2050m a.s.l., banana bait], 25 ♂♂, 31.vii.–8.viii.1976.

Distribution

North America: Canada, United States; Europe: Czech Republic, Finland, Germany, Latvia (Karpa 2008), Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Slovakia, Sweden. First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Arctagrostis, Brachypodium, Calamagrostis, Cinna, Deschampsia, Melica.

Chromatomyia ochracea (Hendel, 1920)

Material examined

TI: Acquacalda [46°33'N, 8°49'E, 1750m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 22.–24.vi.2001. VS: Jeizinen, 2000m a.s.l., [46°20'N, 7°44'E], 1 ♂, 3.vii.2001.

Distribution

Europe: Austria, Czech Republic (Černý et al. 2013), Finland, Germany, Poland, Russia, Sweden. First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant unknown.

Chromatomyia primulae (Robineau-Desvoidy, 1851)

Material examined

GR: Nationalpark [46°40'N, 10°12'E, 2000m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 2005, P. Duelli leg.

Distribution

Europe: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Spain incl. Canary Islands, Sweden; Asia: Japan. First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Primula spp.

Chromatomyia rhaetica Griffiths, 1980

Material examined

AG: Würenlingen [47°32'N, 8°16'E, 420m a.s.l., banana bait], 5 ♂♂, 6.–11.vi.1973. VS: Oberwald [46°31'N, 8°20'E, 1820m a.s.l., banana bait], 1 ♂, 13.–15.viii.1975.

Distribution

Europe: Austria, Czech Republic, Slovakia. First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant unknown.

Chromatomyia spenceriana Griffiths, 1980

Material examined

VS: Riederalp [46°23'N, 8°02'E, 2050m a.s.l., banana bait], 1 ♂, 31.vii.–8.viii.1976.

Distribution

Europe: Czech Republic, Sweden. First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant unknown.

Chromatomyia styriaca Griffiths, 1980

Material examined

AG: Wettingen [47°27'N, 8°21'E, 420m a.s.l.], 2 ♂♂, 18.vii.1996; Würenlingen [47°32'N, 8°16'E, 420m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 20.vii.1996, 2 ♂♂, 31.viii.1999; 1 ♂, 27.vii.2001. LU: Luzern [47°01'N, 8°19'E, 440m a.s.l.], 2 ♂♂, 10.vi.2006. ZH: Dietikon [47°24'N, 8°24'E, 390m a.s.l., banana bait], 2 ♂♂, 8.–16.vi.1984; Embrach, Haumühle [47°31'N, 8°36'E, 400m a.s.l.], 3 ♂♂, 9.v.1998; Marthalen [47°38'N, 8°39'E, 390m a.s.l.], 3 ♂♂, 8.vi.2008; Zürichberg [47°24'N, 8°33'E, 600m a.s.l., canopy trap], 1 ♂, 2.–3.vii.1983.

Distribution

Europe: Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia, Sweden. First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant unknown.

Chromatomyia succisae (Hering, 1922)

Material examined

AG: Rottenschwil [47°19'N, 8°22'E, 390m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 14.vi.2008. VD: Changins [46°24'N, 6°14'E, 430m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 2000, P. Duelli leg. VS: Pfynwald [46°38'N, 7°37'E, 600m a.s.l., canopy trap], 1 ♂, 2.–6.viii.1999.

Distribution

Europe: Andorra, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, Netherlands, Poland, Sweden; Asia: Cyprus, Israel, Turkey, Uzbekistan (Černý 2007b, 2009, Černý and Merz 2006, Zlobin 2005). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Dipsacus, Knautia, Succisa.

Chromatomyia tschirnhausi Griffiths, 1980

Material examined

GL: Klönthal [47°01'N, 8°57'E, 850m a.s.l., banana bait], 1 ♂, 11.–14.ix.1974. GR: Dischmatal [46°45'N, 9°54'E, 1600m a.s.l.], Net, 2 ♂♂, 16.–30.vi.1990, 1 ♂, 16.–31.vii.1991, 1 ♂, 1.–20.viii.1991, all P. Brodmann leg. UR: Furkapass, ALPFOR area, [46°35'N, 8°25'E, 2500m a.s.l.], 3 ♂♂, 25.vii.2012.

Distribution

Europe: Austria, Czech Republic, Poland, Norway, Slovakia (Černý et al. 2009, Černý and Farkač 2004). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant unknown.

Liriomyza aculeolata Zlobin, 2003

Material examined

GR: Santa Maria, Müstair, 1850m a.s.l., [46°36'N, 10°25'E], 1 ♂, 23.vi.2017. VS: Jeizinen [46°20'N, 7°44'E, 1250m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 26.vi.1999.

Distribution

Europe: Hungary, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Ukraine (Papp and Černý 2017, Zlobin 2005). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant unknown.

Liriomyza amoena (Meigen, 1830)

Material examined

SO: Messen [47°06'N, 7°27'E, 510m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 15.iii.2004, B. Wermelinger leg.

Distribution

Europe: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Madeira Islands, Moldavia, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden; Asia: Turkey, Japan, India (Papp and Černý 2017). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Sambucus spp.

Liriomyza buhri Hering, 1937

Material examined

GR: Dischmatal [46°45'N, 9°54'E, 1600m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 22.v.1991, 1 ♂, 16.–31.vii.1991, P. Brodmann leg. TI: Cardada, Gimetta, 1700m a.s.l., [46°12'N, 8°48'E], 1 ♂, 24.viii.2013; Robiei [46°27'N, 8°31'E, 1900m a.s.l.], 2 ♂♂, 4.–5.vii.2008; Val Bavona [46°24'N, 8°34'E, 600m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 27.vii.1997. UR: Furkapass, ALPFOR Area, [46°35'N, 8°25'E, 2500m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 25.vii.2012. VS: Jeizinen, 2000m a.s.l., [46°20'N, 7°44'E], 1 ♂, 3.vii.2001; Morgins, Porte de Culet [46°13'N, 6°52'E, 1700m a.s.l.], 3 ♂♂, 28.vii.2004; Pfynwald [46°38'N, 7°37'E, 600m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 15.v.1996, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg. ZH: Marthalen [47°38'N, 8°39'E, 390m a.s.l.], 2 ♂♂, 8.vi.2008.

Distribution

Europe: Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Lithuania, Montenegro, Norway, Poland, Slovakia, Sweden; Asia: Asian Russia – Yakutia, Turkey (Papp and Černý 2017). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Campanula, Jasione, Phyteuma.

Liriomyza centaureae Hering, 1927

Material examined

SH: Merishausen [47°46'N, 8°37'E, 540m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 9.viii.1999. SZ: Biberbrugg [47°09'N, 8°43'E, 860m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 25.vi.2011.

Distribution

Europe: Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden; Asia: Asian Russia – Yakutia, Turkey (Papp and Černý 2017). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Centaurea spp.

Liriomyza dendranthemae Nowakowski, 1975

Material examined

GR: Davos [46°48'N, 9°50'E, 2550m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 2000, 1 ♂, 2001, 1 ♂, 2004, 2 ♂♂, 2006, all P. Duelli leg. VS: Zeneggen [46°16'N, 7°52'E, 1400m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 22.v.2014.

Distribution

Europe: Poland. First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant unknown.

Liriomyza europaea Zlobin, 2003

Material examined

VS: Jeizinen, 2000m a.s.l., [46°20'N, 7°44'E], 1 ♂, 3.vii.2001.

Distribution

Europe: Czech Republic, Great Britain, Greece, Sweden (Papp and Černý 2017). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant unknown, the species belongs to the L. flaveola group, known as grass miners.

Liriomyza graminivora Hering, 1949

Material examined

VS: Grône, Poutafontana, 500m a.s.l., [46°15'N, 7°27'E], 3 ♂♂, 18.v.1996, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg., 3 ♂♂, 1.vii.2001, 3 ♂♂, 1.vii.2001, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg.; Leuk [46°19'N, 7°38'E, 600m a.s.l., banana bait], 1 ♂, 23.viii.–2.ix.1977. ZH: Flaach [47°35'N, 8°37'E, 350m a.s.l.], 22 ♂♂, 30.vi.2000; Marthalen [47°38'N, 8°39'E, 390m a.s.l.], 3 ♂♂, 8.vi.2008.

Distribution

Europe: Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Lithuania, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Spain; Asia: Uzbekistan (Papp and Černý 2017). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Arrhenatherum, Festuca, Hordeum, Poa.

Liriomyza hampsteadensis Spencer, 1971

Material examined

AG: Habsburg [47°28'N, 8°11'E, 490m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 9.viii.2004; 1 ♂, 16.viii.2004, 1 ♂, 23.viii.2004; Sarmenstorf [47°19'N, 8°15'E, 580m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 9.viii.2004, 1 ♂, 6.ix.2004, all B. Wermelinger leg. GR: Lenzerheide [46°43'N, 9°33'E, 1550m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 8.viii.1998; Lüsai, 1800 m a.s.l., [46°37'N, 10°22'E], 1 ♂, 24.vi.2017. GR: Rothenbrunnen [46°46'N, 9°26'E, 630m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 8.viii.1996, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg. SO: Messen [47°06'N, 7°27'E, 510m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 9.viii.2004; 1 ♂, 14.ix.2004, all B. Wermelinger leg. ZH: Embrach, Haumühle [47°31'N, 8°36'E, 400m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 9.v.1998. ZH: Uitikon [47°22'N, 8°27'E, 540m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 2001, 1 ♂, 2004; Rafz [47°19'N, 8°35'E, 410m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 2004, all P. Duelli leg.

Distribution

Europe: Belgium, Czech Republic, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania; Africa: Egypt (Papp and Černý 2017). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant Achillea millefolium.

Liriomyza hieracivora Spencer, 1971

Material examined

TI: Bolle, Magagadino [46°09'N, 8°52'E, 200m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 2005, P. Duelli leg. ZH: Zürich [47°23'N, 8°33'E, 430m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 24.vi.–5.viii.2006, Th. Sattler leg.

Distribution

Europe: Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Hungary, Lithuania, Poland, Sweden; Asia: Asian Russia – Yakutia, Turkey (Papp and Černý 2017). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Hieracium spp.

Liriomyza infuscata Hering, 1926

Material examined

GR: Alp Flix, 1950m a.s.l., [46°32'N, 9°38'E], 1 ♂, 2.vi.2000, G. Bächli leg.; Marmorera, 1600m a.s.l., [46°31'N, 9°38'E, 1 ♂, 2.vi.2000; Nationalpark [46°40'N, 10°12'E, 2000m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 2005, P. Duelli leg.; Sur, 1600m a.s.l., [46°31'N, 9°38'E], 3 ♂♂, 3.vi.2000; Tinizong, 1350m a.s.l., [46°35'N, 9°37'E], 1 ♂, 2.vi.2000. VD: Changins [46°24'N, 6°14'E, 430m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 2004, P. Duelli leg. VS: Leuk [46°19'N, 7°38'E, 700m a.s.l., banana bait], 2 ♂♂, 23.viii.–2.ix.1977.

Distribution

Europe: Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Portugal (Černý et al. 2018), Russia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Ukraine; Asia: Asian Russia – West and East Siberia, Mongolia (Papp and Černý 2017). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant unknown, but this species is surely a grass miner.

Liriomyza lituanica Pakalniškis, 1992

Material examined

GE: Jussy, Prés de Villette, 475m a.s.l., [46°14'N, 6°16'E], 1 ♂, 8.viii.2000; Russin, Biolay, 360m a.s.l., [46°11'N, 6°01'E], 1 ♂, 9.viii.2000, all B. Merz & G. Bächli leg. VD: Cudrefin [46°57'N, 7°01'E, 430m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 2001, P. Duelli leg.

Distribution

Europe: Czech Republic, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania; Asia: North Korea (Papp and Černý 2017). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants

Peucedanum, Selinum.

Liriomyza muranica Černý, 2012

Material examined

VS: Mund, Finnen [46°19'N, 7°54'E, 1400m a.s.l.], 6 ♂♂, 21.vi.2014; Visperterminen [46°15'N, 7°54'E, 1550m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 21.vii.2004; Zeneggen [46°16'N, 7°52'E, 1400m a.s.l.], 9 ♂♂, 22.vi.2014.

Distribution

Europe: Slovakia (Papp and Černý 2017). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant unknown.

Liriomyza occipitalis Hendel, 1931

Material examined

GR: Lüsai, 1800m a.s.l., [46°37'N, 10°22'E], 1 ♂, 24.vi.2017; Santa Maria, Müstair, 1850m a.s.l., [46°36'N, 10°25'E], 1 ♂, 23.vi.2017; Sur, 1550m a.s.l., [46°31'N, 9°38'E, 1 ♂, 3.vi.2000; Tinizong, 1350m a.s.l., [46°35'N, 9°37'E], 1 ♂, 3.vi.2000. LU: Luzern [47°01'N, 8°19'E, 440m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 10.vi.2006.

Distribution

Europe: Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, Poland, Russia, Slovakia (Papp and Černý 2017). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant Equisetum arvense.

Liriomyza oldenbergi Hering, 1933

Material examined

TI: Bolle di Magadino [46°09'N, 8°52'E, 200m a.s.l.], 8 ♂♂, 9.viii.1997. VS: Jeizinen [46°20'N, 7°44'E, 1500m a.s.l.], 22 ♂♂, 10.viii.2013; Pfynwald [46°38'N, 7°37'E, 600m a.s.l., banana bait], 2 ♂♂, 26.–28.vii.1993; Visperterminen, 1400m a.s.l., [46°15'N, 7°54'E, 1 ♂, 31.vii.1998, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg.

Distribution

Europe: Germany, Hungary, Lithuania (Papp and Černý 2017). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Peucedanum spp.

Liriomyza pascuum (Meigen, 1838)

Material examined

AG: Würenlingen [47°32'N, 8°16'E, 420m a.s.l., banana bait], 1 ♂, 6.–11.vi.1973.

Distribution

Europe: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, France incl. Corsica, Germany, Great Britain, Latvia, Lithuania, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Spain; Asia: Turkey (Papp and Černý 2017). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Euphorbia spp.

Liriomyza phryne Hendel, 1931

Material examined

AG: Würenlingen, Bärengraben [47°31'N, 8°15'E, 420m a.s.l.], 2 ♂♂, 13.v.1998, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg., 2 ♂♂, 27.vii.2001. BE: Ligerz [47°06'N, 7°08'E, 600m a.s.l.], 2 ♂♂, 29.v.2010. BL: Bubendorf [47°27'N, 7°44'E, 500m a.s.l.], 623.25/253.75, 1 ♂, 6.–13.vii.2000, M. Wolf leg. GE: Bernex, Chante-Merle, 420m a.s.l., [46°11'N, 6°03'E], 1 ♂, 7.viii.2000, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg. LU: Dierikon [47°06'N, 8°22'E, 550m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 2000, 1 ♂, 2001, 1 ♂, 2003; Ruswil [47°05'N, 8°08'E, 820m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 2000, 1 ♂, 2004, 1 ♂, 2005, all P. Duelli leg. UR: Seelisberg [47°16'N, 8°33'E, 810m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 4.–7.viii.1973. ZG: Steinhausen [47°12'N, 8°29'E, 500m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 2005, 2 ♂♂, 2006, all P. Duelli leg. ZH: Hönggerberg [47°25'N, 8°30'E, 520m a.s.l., banana bait], 1 ♂, 29.vi.–3.vii.1999; Marthalen [47°38'N, 8°39'E, 390m a.s.l.], 2 ♂♂, 8.vi.2008.

Distribution

Europe: Andorra, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Italy, Poland, Norway, Russia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden (Papp and Černý 2017). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Agropyron, Arrhenatarum, Dactylis, Holcus, Lolium.

Liriomyza pisivora Hering, 1954

Material examined

VS: Pfynwald [46°38'N, 7°37'E, 600m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 19.v.1996, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg.

Distribution

Europe: Czech Republic, France incl. Corsica, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, Lithuania, Poland, Russia; Asia: Asian Russia – Yakutia (Papp and Černý 2017). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Lathyrus, Pisum, Vicia.

Liriomyza pseudopygmina (Hering, 1933)

Material examined

VS: Pfynwald [46°38'N, 7°37'E, 600m a.s.l.], 4 ♂♂, 19.v.1996, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg.

Distribution

Europe: Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Lithuania, Spain; Asia: Japan (Papp and Černý 2017). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Raphanus, Sinapis, Sisymbrium.

Liriomyza solivaga Spencer, 1971

Material examined

AG: Würenlingen [47°32'N, 8°16'E, 420m a.s.l.], 1 ♀, 31.viii.1999. GR: Nationalpark [46°40'N, 10°12'E, 2000m a.s.l.], 4 ♂♂, 2004, 10 ♂♂, 2005, all P. Duelli leg. UR: Furkapass, ALPFOR Area, [46°35'N, 8°25'E, 2500m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 24.vii.2012. VS: Jeizinen, 1500–2000m a.s.l., [46°20'N, 7°44'E], 2 ♂♂, 3.vii.2001.

Distribution

Europe: France, Great Britain, Spain (Papp and Černý 2017). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant unknown.

Liriomyza sonchi Hendel, 1931

Material examined

BL: Pratteln [47°31'N, 7°42'E, 285m a.s.l.], 4 ♂♂, 2004, P. Duelli leg. VD: Changins [46°24'N, 6°14'E, 430m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 2000, 2 ♂♂, 2005, all P. Duelli leg.

Distribution

Europe: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Russia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden; Africa: Morocco; Asia: China, India, Iran, Japan (Papp and Černý 2017). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Arnoseris, Cichorium, Conyza, Euphorbia, Erigeron, Eryngium, Lactuca, Lapsana, Lepidium, Mycelis, Picris, Prenanthes, Reichardia, Sonchus.

Liriomyza soror Hendel, 1931

Material examined

AG: Habsburg [47°28'N, 8°11'E, 490m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 30.viii.2004, B. Wermelinger leg. BL: Pratteln [47°31'N, 7°42'E, 285m a.s.l.], 2 ♂♂, 2000, 7 ♂♂, 2004, P. Duelli leg. GE: Lullier [46°14'N, 6°15'E 480m a.s.l., light trap], 1 ♂, viii.1992, H. Hächler leg. VS: Jeizinen, 2000m a.s.l., [46°20'N, 7°44'E], 1 ♂, 3.vii.2001, 1 ♂, 26.vi.2004.

Distribution

Europe: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Lithuania, Poland, Russia, Slovakia, Sweden (Papp and Černý 2017). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Carduus, Cirsium.

Liriomyza taurica Zlobin, 2003

Material examined

UR: Seelisberg [46°58'N, 8°35'E, 810m a.s.l., banana bait], 3 ♂♂, 4.–7.viii.1973. VS: Jeizinen [46°20'N, 7°44'E, 1500m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 26.vi.1999. ZH: Dietikon [47°24'N, 8°24'E, 390m a.s.l., banana bait], 1 ♂, 8.–16.vi.1984.

Distribution

Europe: Andorra, Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Ukraine (Papp and Černý 2017). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant unknown, the species belongs to the L. flaveola group, known as grass miners.

Liriomyza valerianae Hendel, 1932

Material examined

VD: La Dôle, 1500m a.s.l., [46°26'N, 6°06'E], 1 ♂, 26.vii.2004.

Distribution

Europe: Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Lithuania, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Sweden. (Papp and Černý 2017). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Centranhus, Eupatorium, Valeriana, Valerianella.

Liriomyza wachtlii Hendel, 1920

Material examined

GR: Celerina [46°31'N, 9°52'E, 1890m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 2005, P. Duelli leg.

Distribution

North America: Canada; Europe: Austria, Czech Republic, Finland, Germany, Montenegro, Russia, Sweden; Asia: Asian Russia – Yakutia (Papp and Černý 2017). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Veratrum album, V. lobelianum, V. nigrum.

Metopomyza xanthaspioides (Frey, 1946)

Material examined

GR: Marmorera, 1600m a.s.l., [46°31'N, 9°38'E], 2 ♂♂, 2.vi.2000.

Distribution

Europe: Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Russia, Slovakia, Sweden; Asia: Asian Russia – East Siberia (Papp and Černý 2017). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant unknown.

Napomyza inquilina (Kock, 1966)

Material examined

VS, Leuk-Rotafen, [46°19'N, 7°41'E, 850m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 16.v.1996, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg.

Distribution

Europe: Germany; Asia: Asian Russia – East Siberia (as N. hirtella Zlobin, 1994). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant Linaria vulgaris.

Nemorimyza posticata (Meigen, 1830)

Material examined

GE: Jussy, Prés de Villette, 475m a.s.l., [46°14'N, 6°16'E, 1 ♂, 8.viii.2000, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg. GL: Richisau [47°01'N, 8°54'E, 1100m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 7.–11.viii.1995.

Distribution

North America: Canada, United Stares; Central America: Costa Rica; Europe: Austria, Belarus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, Poland, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden; Asia: China, Japan (Papp and Černý 2016). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Aster, Baccharis, Buphthalmum, Erechtites, Solidago.

Phytobia cambii (Hendel, 1931)

Material examined

VS: Baltschieder [46°18'N, 7°52'E, 650m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 17.vi.1996, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg.

Distribution

Europe: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal (Černý et al. 2018), Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Sweden; Asia: Asian Russia – East Siberia, Japan (Papp and Černý 2016). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Alnus, Betula, Populus, Salix.

Phytomyza abdominalis Zetterstedt, 1848

Material examined

NE: Rochefort [46°59'N, 6°49'E, 800m a.s.l., banana bait], 1 ♂, 5.–8.vii.1982. TI: San Giorgio [45°54'N, 8°57'E, 1100m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 18.vi.1995, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg. VS: Bürchen [46°17'N, 7°49'E, 1600m a.s.l., banana bait], 1 ♂, 17.–19.viii.1993, 1500–1650m a.s.l., 1 ♂, 2.vii.2001; Leuk [46°19'N, 7°38'E, 600m a.s.l., banana bait], 3 ♂♂, 23.viii.–2.ix.1977.

Distribution

Europe: Austria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Sweden. First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant Hepatica nobilis.

Phytomyza angelicastri Hering, 1932

Material examined

GR: Landquart [46°58'N, 9°36'E, 580m a.s.l., banana bait], 1 ♂, 9.–12.viii.1974; Santa Maria, Müstair, 1850m a.s.l., [46°36'N, 10°25'E], 1 ♂ 1 ♀, 23.vi.2017. UR: Furkapass, ALPFOR area, [46°35'N, 8°25'E, 2500m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 23.vii.2012.

Distribution

Europe: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Ireland, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Slovakia, Sweden (Černý 2011). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Angelica, Aegopodium.

Phytomyza angelicivora Hering, 1924

Material examined

VS: Jeizinen, 2000m a.s.l., [46°20'N, 7°44'E], 1 ♂, 2.vii.2001; Visperterminen, 1300–2300m a.s.l., [46°15'N, 7°54'E], 4 ♂♂, 30.vii.1998, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg.

Distribution

Europe: Czech Republic, Germany, Russia (Černý and Vlk 2005). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant Angelica palustris.

Phytomyza arnicicola Lundquist, 1949

Material examined

GR: Nationalpark [46°40'N, 10°12'E, 2000m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 2005, P. Duelli leg.

Distribution

North America: United States incl. Alaska; Europe: Czech Republic, Sweden; Asia: Asian Russia – Yakutia (Nartshuk and Bagachanova 2010). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant Arnica alpina.

Phytomyza bellidina Hendel, 1934

Material examined

GR: Sur, 1600m a.s.l., [46°31'N, 9°38'E], 2 ♂♂, 3.vi.2000; Tschierv, 1700m a.s.l., [46°38'N, 10°20'E], 9 ♂♂, 27.vi.2015.

Distribution

Europe: France, Italy, Portugal, Republica of Malta, Spain, former Yugoslavia. First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Bellis perennis, B. sylvestris.

Phytomyza carlestolrai Černý, 2007

Material examined

GR: Tschierv, 1700m a.s.l., [46°38'N, 10°20'E], 1 ♂, 27.vi.2015.

Distribution

Europe: Andorra, France (Černý 2009). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant unknown.

Phytomyza cirsii Hendel, 1923

Material examined

TI: Acquacalda [46°33'N, 8°49'E, 1750m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 22.–26.vi.2001; Robiei [46°27'N, 8°31'E, 1900m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 4.–5.vii.2008. VS: Baltschieder [46°18'N, 7°52'E, 650m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 17.vi.1996, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg.

Distribution

Europe: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Lithuania, Netherlands, Poland, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden; Asia: Turkey (Černý 2009, 2011). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Cirsium, Cynara, Serratula, Scolymus.

Phytomyza coniopais Hering, 1931

Material examined

GR: Tschlin, 1500m a.s.l., [46°52'N, 10°26'E], 1 ♂, 25.vi.2016.

Distribution

Europe: Austria (Franz 1989), Germany, Poland. First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant Conium maculatum.

Phytomyza erigerophila Hering, 1927

Material examined

GR: Ftan Clünas [46°48'N, 10°15'E, 2000m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 5.viii.1996, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg.

Distribution

North America: Canada and United States; Europe: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France incl. Corsica, Germany, Great Britain, Lithuania, Netherlands, Norway, Poland; Asia: Japan. First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Aster, Conyza, Erigeron.

Phytomyza farfarae Hendel, 1935

Material examined

GR: Santa Maria, Müstair, Craistas [46°36'N, 10°25'E, 1850m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 30.vi.2013; Tschierv, 1700m a.s.l., [46°38'N, 10°20'E], 1 ♂, 27.vi.2015.

Distribution

Europe: Austria, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Slovakia. First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Tussilago, Petasites.

Phytomyza ferina Spencer, 1971

Material examined

GR: Nationalpark [46°40'N, 10°12'E, 2000m a.s.l.], 3 ♂♂, 2000, P. Dueli leg. UR: Furkapass, ALPFOR Area, [46°35'N, 8°25'E, 2500m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 24.vii.2012. VS: Morgins, Portes du Soleil [46°12'N, 6°48'E, 1900m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 27.vii.2004.

Distribution

Europe: Great Britain, Poland. First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant unknown.

Phytomyza flavofemorata Strobl, 1893

Material examined

BS: Basel, Zoologischer Garden, Sektor E, E2, [47°34'N, 7°35'E, 280m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 1.–15.iv.2005, D. Burckhardt leg. GR: Celerina [46°31'N, 9°52'E, 1890m a.s.l.], 4 ♂♂, 2000, 4 ♂♂, 2001, all P. Duelli leg.; Dischmatal [46°45'N, 9°54'E, 1600m a.s.l.], Net., 3 ♂♂, 16.–31.vii.1990, 1 ♂, 16.–31.vii.1991, 2 ♂♂, 1.–20.viii.1991, all P. Brodmann leg.; Lantsch [46°41'N, 9°34'E, 1460m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 2000, P. Duelli leg.; Tschlin, 1600m a.s.l., [46°52'N, 10°26'E], 1 ♂, 24.vi.2016. VS: Jeizinen [46°20'N, 7°44'E, 1500m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 26.vi.1999, 1500–2000m a.s.l., 2 ♂♂, 3.vii.2001; Leuk [46°19'N, 7°38'E, 700m a.s.l., banana bait], 3 ♂♂, 27.–29.vii.1993; Visp [46°18'N, 7°53'E, 650m a.s.l., banana bait], 1 ♂, 9.–11.viii.1993.

Distribution

Europe: Austria, Belarus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Russia, Slovakia, Sweden, former Yugoslavia. First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Melampyrum arvense, M. pratense.

Phytomyza hendeli Hering, 1923

Material examined

AG: Würenlingen [47°32'N, 8°16'E, 420m a.s.l., banana bait], 1 ♂, 6.–11.vi.1973, G. Bächli leg. GR: Nationalpark [46°40'N, 10°12'E, 2000m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 2001, 1 ♂, 2005, P. Duelli leg. VS: Branson, Follaterre [46°08'N, 7°05'E, 500m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 29.vii.2004; Visperterminen [46°15'N, 7°54'E, 1550m a.s.l.], 2 ♂♂, 21.vii.2004.

Distribution

Europe: Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Slovakia, Sweden; Asia: India (Černý 2011, Černý et al. 2006, Karpa 2008). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant Anemone nemorosa.

Phytomyza krygeri Hering, 1949

Material examined

BE: Ligerz [47°06'N, 07°08'E, 600m a.s.l.], 3 ♂♂, 29.v.2010.

Distribution

Europe: Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Great Britain, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Sweden (Zlobin 2005). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant Aquilegia vulgaris.

Phytomyza leucanthemi Hering, 1935

Material examined

JU: Delémont [47°22'N, 07°20'E, 500m a.s.l., banana bait], 1 ♂, 2.–6.viii.1974.

Distribution

Europe: Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Slovenia, Sweden. First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant Chrysanthemum leucanthemum.

Phytomyza melana Hendel, 1920

Material examined

GR: Ftan, Clünas [46°48'N, 10°15'E, 2000m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 5.viii.1996, B. Merz & G. Bächli leg. TI: Acquacalda [46°33'N, 8°49'E, 1750m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 22.–24.vi.2001.

Distribution

Europe: Austria, Germany, Great Britain, Poland, Norway (Andersen 2013). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Pimpinella major, P. saxifraga.

Phytomyza monticola Černý, 2007

Material examined

GR: Dischmatal [46°45'N, 09°54'E, 1600m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 16.–31.vii.1990, P. Brodmann leg.

Distribution

Europe: Andorra. First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant unknown.

Phytomyza mutellinae Beiger, 1961

Material examined

GR: Marmorera, 1600m a.s.l., [46°31'N, 09°38'E], 1 ♂, 2.vi.2000.

Distribution

Europe: Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia (Černý 2013). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant unknown.

Phytomyza mylini Hering, 1954

Material examined

VS: Visp [46°18'N, 07°53'E, 670m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 2000, P. Duelli leg.

Distribution

Europe: Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, L

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tvia, Lithuania, Poland (Kahanpää 2014, Karpa 2008, Withers 2014). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Carum, Cicuta, Daucus, Ligusticum, Selinum, Seseli, Silaum.

Phytomyza nigrifemur Hering, 1934

Material examined

TI: Acquacalda [46°33'N, 8°49'E, 1750m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 22.–24.vi.2001. VS: Jeizinen, 2000m a.s.l., [46°20'N, 7°44'E], 2 ♂♂, 3.vii.2001; Leuk [46°19'N, 7°38'E, 700m a.s.l., banana bait], 1 ♂, 27.–29.vii.1993.

Distribution

Europe: Austria, Belarus, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway Poland, Russia, Slovakia, Sweden (Andersen 2013, Černý 2013). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant Melampyrum nemorosum.

Phytomyza paraciliata (Godfray, 1985)

Material examined

AG: Rottenschwil [47°19'N, 8°22'E, 390m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 14.vi.2008. VS: Leuk [46°19'N, 7°38'E, 600m a.s.l., banana bait], 3 ♂♂, 23.viii.–2.ix.1977; Oberwald [46°31'N, 8°20'E, 1820m a.s.l., banana bait], 3 ♂♂, 13.–15.viii.1975; Riederalp [46°23'N, 8°02'E, 2050m a.s.l., banana bait], 9 ♂♂, 31.vii.–8.viii.1976.

Distribution

Europe: Great Britain, Spain. First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant Leucanthemum vulgare.

Phytomyza picridocecis Hering, 1957

Material examined

VS: Mund, Finnen [46°19'N, 7°54'E, 1400m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 21.vi.2014.

Distribution

Europe: Germany. First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant unknown.

Phytomyza pimpinellae Hendel, 1924

Material examined

GR: Tschierv, 1700m a.s.l., [46°38'N, 10°20'E], 1 ♂, 27.vi.2015. SZ: Biberbrugg [47°09'N, 8°43'E, 860m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 25.vi.2011.

Distribution

Europe: Austria, Belarus, Bosna and Herzegovina, Czech Republic, Finland Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, Italy Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Slovakia, Sweden (Černý 2013, Černý and Vála 2005, Kahanpää 2014). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Pimpinella major, P. saxifraga.

Phytomyza senecionis Kaltenbach, 1869

Material examined

NE: Rochefort [46°59'N, 6°49'E, 800m a.s.l., banana bait], 2 ♂♂, 5.–8.vii.1982.

Distribution

Europe: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Slovakia (Černý 2006). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plants Senecio spp.

Phytomyza sitchensis Griffiths, 1973

Material examined

GR: Marmorera, 1600m a.s.l., [46°31'N, 9°38'E], 1 ♂, 2.vi.2000. SZ: Alpthal [47°04'N, 8°43'E, 1150m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 2004, P. Duelli leg. UR: Furkapass ALPFOR Area, [46°35'N, 8°25'E, 2500m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 23.vii.2012, 1 ♂, 25.vii.2012.

Distribution

North America: Alaska; Europe: Denmark, Germany, Great Britain (Petersen and von Tschirnhaus 2001). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant Conioselinum sp.

Pseudonapomyza moraviae Černý, 1992

Material examined

VS: Leuk-Platten [46°19'N, 7°42'E, 600m a.s.l.], 1 ♂, 22.vii.2004.

Distribution

Europe: Czech Republic, Hungary, Lithuania, Poland, Russia, Slovakia (Papp and Černý 2017). First record from Switzerland.

Biology

Host plant unknown.

Discussion

A total of 108 species of the family Agromyzidae are recorded as new for the fauna of Switzerland. These species were collected randomly and extensively at localities in 19 cantons. Five species are new for Central Europe, namely Liriomyza solivaga, Ophiomya vanyushai, Phytomyza bellidina, P. carlestolrai and P. monticola. Additional species rarely recorded from Central Europe are Cerodontha (Cerodontha) alpestris, C. (C.) coxalis, C. (Icteromyza) rozkosnyi, C. (Poemyza) morula, Chromatomyia glacialis, Ch. spenceriana, Liriomyza aculeolata, L. dendranthemae, L. europaea, L. lituanica, L. muranica, Melanagromyza arnicarum, M. eriolepidis, M. nibletti, Napomyza inquilina, Ophiomyia mohelensis, Phytomyza arnicicola, P. ferina, P. picridocecis and P. sitchensis. Four species recently described from Hungary, are also new for the fauna of Switzerland namely Agromyza longiphallus, A. seticercus, Cerodontha (Butomomyza) falcata, Ophiomyia hungarica and O. pannonica. Our records increase the number of Agromyzidae of Switzerland to 395 species. The potencial number of Swiss Agromyzidae species is probably much higher, expected number agromyzid in Switzerland is probably 500 species. Such a conclusion seems to be confirmed by a comparison of species richness in neighbouring countries, 389 species known from Austria (Černý 2013, Černý and Merz 2006, Franz 1989, Griffiths 1980, Lonsdale 2017, Martinez 2013), 481 species from the 567 species from Germany (Barták 1998, Martinez 2013, von Tschirnhaus 1999), 385 species from Francie (Černý 2005b, 2009, 2013, Černý and Merz 2006, 2007, Martinez 2013, Withers 2014), 298 species from Italy (Bella et al. 2007, Černý 2006, 2013, Martinez 2013, Süss 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003, Süss and Moreschi 2005) and hitherto any species recorded from Liechtenstein.

Our investigation of a previously unstudied collection indicates that such collections contain many new records for Switzerland. They also contain many additional localities. Knowledge of the Agromyzidae is thus improved. We are aware of other such collections which are awaiting exploration. We suggest that more specialists investigate agromyzids, not only to improve faunal details, but also to clear up the biological background of the species discovered.

Acknowledgements

We thank Dr. Michael von Tschirnhaus (Bielefeld, Germany) for his helpful suggestions. We are also grateful to Andrew Davis (English Experience Language Services, Goettingen, Germany) for checking the manuscript and correcting the English during review.

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APPENDIX 1

Updated checklist of the Agromyzidae of Switzerland

Each species is followed by at least one reference about its occurrence in Switzerland. The following abbreviations are used: N = New record from Switzerland presented in this paper; R1 = Černý 2005a; R2 = Černý 2009; R3 = Černý 2013; R4 = Černý and Merz 2005; R5 = Černý and Merz 2006; R6 = Černý and Merz 2007; R7 = Černý and Merz 2012; R8 = Eder and Baur 2003; R9 = Martinez 1998; R10 = Martinez 2013; R11 = Nartshuk and von Tschirnhaus 2017; R12 = Papp 1984; R13 = Spencer 1964; R14 = Spencer 1966; R15 = Spencer 1990; R16 = Spencer 1992.

Agromyzidae Fallén, 1810

Subfamily Agromyzinae

Agromyza Fallén, 1810

abiens Zetterstedt, 1848 – R1, R9, R10

albipennis Meigen, 1830 – R1, R9, R10

albitarsis Meigen, 1830 – N

alnibetulae Hendel, 1931 – R9, R10, R12

ambigua Fallén, 1823 – R9, R10

anderssoni Spencer, 1976 – N

anthracina Meigen, 1830 – R2, R9, R10

audcenti Gibbs, 2004 – R6

bicaudata (Hendel, 1920) – R1

bromi Spencer, 1966 – R1, R9, R10

cinerascens Macquart, 1835 – R1, R4

conjuncta Spencer, 1966 – N

drepanura (Mamonov, 1929) – N

erythrocephala Hendel, 1920 – R3

filipendulae Spencer, 1976 – N

flaviceps Fallén, 1923 – R3

frontella (Rondani, 1875) – R1

hendeli Griffiths, 1963 – R1

idaeiana Hardy, 1853 – R1, R4

longiphallus L. Papp in Papp & Černý 2015 – N

lucida Hendel, 1920 – R1

luteitarsis (Rondani, 1875) – R2

lyneborgi Spencer, 1976 – R11

marionae Griffiths, 1963 – R1

mobilis Meigen, 1830 – R1, R4, R9, R10

myosotidis Kaltenbach, 1864 – R9, R10

nana Meigen, 1830 – R1, R4, R9, R10

nigrella (Rondani, 1875) – R9, R10

nigrescens Hendel, 1920 – R9, R10

nigripes Meigen, 1830 – R1, R4, R9, R10

nigrociliata Hendel, 1931 – R9, R10

orobi Hendel, 1920 – R9, R10

polygoni Hering, 1941 – R1, R4, R9, R10

prespana Spencer, 1957 – R1

pseudoreptans Nowakowski, 1967 – R1

pseudorufipes Nowakowski, 1964 – R1

reptans Fallén, 1823 – R4, R9, R10

rondensis Strobl, 1900 – R1

seticercus L. Papp in Papp & Černý 2015 – N

spenceri Griffiths, 1963 – N

sulfuriceps Strobl, 1898 – R1, R9, R10

viciae Kaltenbach, 1872 – R1 (as A. quadriseta Zlobin, 2001), R9, R10

vicifoliae Hering, 1932 – R9, R10

woerzi Groschke & Hering, 1957 – N

Hexomyza Enderlein, 1936

cecidogena (Hering, 1927) – N

simplicoides (Hendel, 1920) – R10, R14

Melanagromyza Hendel, 1920

aenea (Meigen, 1830) – R10, R14

aeneoventris (Fallén, 1823) – R4, R9, R10

albocilia Hendel, 1931 – R2

arnicarum Hering, 1942 – N

astragali Spencer, 1976 – R1

cunctans (Meigen, 1830) – R1, R4, R9, R10

eriolepidis Spencer, 1961 – N

eupatorii Spencer, 1957 – N

lappae (Loew, 1850) – R9, R10

nibletti Spencer, 1957 – N

pubescens Hendel, 1923 – N

sativae Spencer, 1957 – N

tripolii Spencer, 1957 – N

zlobini Pakalniškis, 1996 – N

Ophiomyia Braschnikov, 1897

aeneonitens (Strobl, 1893) – R1

alliariae Hering, 1954 – N

beckeri (Hendel, 1923) – R4

campanularum Starý, 1930 – R1

cichorii Hering, 1949 – R7

collini Spencer, 1971 – R5

cunctata (Hendel, 1920) – R1

curvipalpis (Zetterstedt, 1848) – R1, R9, R10

eucodonus Hering, 1960 – N

galii Hering, 1937 – R1

heracleivora Spencer, 1957 – R2

heringi Starý, 1930 – R6

hungarica Černý in Papp & Černý 2015 – NR

inaequabilis (Hendel, 1931) – R1

labiatarum Hering, 1937 – R2

longilingua (Hendel, 1920) – R9, R10, R14

maura (Meigen, 1838) – N

melandryi de Meijere, 1924 – R6

mohelensis Černý, 1994 – N

moravica Černý, 1994 – R6

nasuta (Melander, 1913) – R1, R4, R9, R10

orbiculata (Hendel, 1931) – R1, R4, R9, R10, R13

pannonica Černý in Papp & Černý 2015 – N

pinguis (Fallén, 1820) – R1, R9, R10

pulicaria (Meigen, 1830) – R4, R9, R10

rostrata (Hendel, 1920) – N

submaura Hering, 1926 – R1

vanyushai Guglya, 2014 – N

vimmeri Černý, 1994 – R1

Subfamily Phytomyzinae

Amauromyza Hendel, 1931

subgenus Amauromyza Hendel, 1931

leonuri Spencer, 1971 – R4

subgenus Cephalomyza Hendel, 1931

flavifrons (Meigen, 1830) – R1

gyrans (Fallén, 1823) – R6

karli (Hendel, 1927) – N

labiatarum (Hendel, 1920) – R4

luteiceps (Hendel, 1920) – N

mihalyii Spencer, 1971 – R1

monfalconensis (Strobl, 1909) – R1, R9, R10, R16

verbasci (Bouché, 1847) – R9, R10

Aulagromyza Enderlein, 1936

anteposita (Strobl, 1898) – R9, R10, R16

buhri (de Meijere, 1938) – R9, R10

discrepans (van der Wulp, 1871) – R6

hendeliana (Hering, 1926) – R9, R10, R16

luteoscutellata (de Meijere, 1924) – R1

orphana (Hendel, 1920) – R1

similis (Brischke, 1880) – R1

trivittata (Loew, 1873) – R1, R9, R10

Calycomyza Hendel, 1931

artemisiae (Kaltenbach, 1856) – R9, R10

humeralis (von Roser, 1840) – R1, R9, R10

solidaginis (Kaltenbach, 1969) – R9, R10

Cerodontha Rondani, 1861

subgenus Butomomyza Nowakowski, 1967

angulata (Loew, 1869) – R1

caricivora (Groschke, 1954) – N

eucaricis Nowakowski, 1967 – R9, R10

falcata Černý in Papp & Černý, 2016 – N

mellita Spencer, 1971 – N

pseuderrans (Hendel, 1931) – N

rohdendorfi Nowakowski, 1967 – R1

scirpi (Karl, 1926) – R9, R10

staryi (Starý, 1930) – R6

subgenus Cerodontha Rondani, 1861

affinis (Fallén, 1823) – R1, R4, R9, R10

alpestris Martinez, 1987 – N

coxalis Martinez, 1987 – N

denticornis (Panzer, 1806) – R1, R4, R9, R10

flavicornis (Egger, 1862) – R9, R10, R12

fulvipes (Meigen, 1830) – R1, R4, R9, R10

phragmitophila Hering, 1935 – N

unguicornis Hendel, 1932 – R1, R4

subgenus Dizygomyza Hendel, 1920

bimaculata (Meigen, 1830) – R1, R4

brisiaca Nowakowski, 1973 – N

caricicola (Hering, 1926) – R4

chaixiana (Hering, 1956) – N

crassiseta (Strobl, 1900) – R1

fasciata (Strobl, 1880) – R1

griffithsi Nowakowski, 1967 – R1

hirtae Nowakowski, 1967 – N

iraeos (Robineau-Desvoidy, 1851) – R9, R10

luctuosa (Meigen, 1830) – R1

luzulae (Groschke & Hering, 1957) – R1

morosa (Meigen, 1830) – R1, R9, R10

silvatica (Groschke & Hering, 1957) – N

spinata (Groschke, 1954) – R1

suturalis (Hendel, 1931) – R2

subgenus Icteromyza Hendel, 1931

geniculata (Fallén, 1823) – R4, R9, R10

rozkosnyi Černý, 2007 – N

subgenus Phytagromyza Hendel, 1920

flavocingulata (Strobl, 1909) – N

subgenus Poemyza Hendel, 1931

alpina Nowakowski, 1967 – R1

atra (Meigen, 1830) – R1, R9, R10

beigerae Nowakowski, 1973 – R1

calamagrostidis Nowakowski, 1967 – R1

imbuta (Meigen, 1838) – R9, R10

incisa (Meigen, 1830) – R1

lateralis (Macquart, 1835) – R1

lyneborgi Spencer, 1972 – R1

morula (Hendel, 1920) – N

muscina (Meigen, 1830) – R9

phragmitidis Nowakowski, 1967 – R6

pygmaea (Meigen, 1830) – R1

pygmella (Hendel, 1931) – N

spencerae Zlobin, 1993 – R1

superciliosa (Zetterstedt, 1860) – R9, R10, R12

thunebergi Nowakowski, 1967 – N

vladimiri Černý in Černý & Merz, 2007 – R6

subgenus Xenophytomyza Frey, 1946

atronitens (Hendel, 1920) – R1

biseta (Hendel, 1920) – R1, R9, R10

venturii Nowakowski, 1967 – R9, R10

Chromatomyia Hardy, 1849

aizoon (Hering, 1932) – R9, R10

alpigenae (Hendel, 1925) – R9, R10

beigerae Griffiths, 1980 – N

ciliata (Hendel, 1935) – R9, R10, R16

fuscula (Zetterstedt, 1838) – R1

gentianae (Hendel, 1920) – R9, R10

gentianella (Hendel, 1932) – R1, R9, R10, R12

glacialis (Griffiths, 1964) – N

hoppiella Spencer, 1990 – R1, R4, R9, R10, R15

horticola (Goureau, 1851) – R1, R4, R9, R10

isicae (Hering, 1962) – R1

milii (Kaltenbach, 1864) – R1, R4, R9, R10

nigra (Meigen, 1830) – R1, R9, R10

norwegica (Rydén, 1957) – N

ochracea (Hendel, 1920) – N

opacella (Hendel, 1935) – R1

periclymeni (Hendel, 1922) – R4, R9, R10

primulae (Robineau-Desvoidy, 1851) – N

pseudomilii Griffiths, 1980 – R1

ramosa (Hendel, 1923) – R1, R4, R9, R10, R16

rhaetica Griffiths, 1980 – N

saxifragae (Hering, 1924) – R9, R10

soldanellae (Starý, 1950) – R9, R10, R16

spenceriana Griffiths, 1980 – N

styriaca Griffiths, 1980 – N

succisae (Hering, 1922) – N

syngenesiae Hardy, 1849 – R9, R10

tschirnhausi Griffiths, 1980 – N

vernalis (Grischke & Hering, 1957) – R5

Galiomyza Spencer, 1981

galiivora (Spencer, 1969) – R1

morio (Brischke, 1880) – R1, R9, R10

violiphaga (Hendel, 1932) – R9, R10

Gymnophytomyza Hendel, 1936

heteroneura (Hendel, 1920) – R9, R10

Liriomyza Mik, 1894

aculeolata Zlobin, 2003 – N

amoena (Meigen, 1830) – N

approximata (Hendel, 1920) – R1

artemisicola de Meijere, 1924 – R4, R9, R10, R16

balcanica (Strobl, 1898) – R4

bryoniae (Kaltenbach, 1858) – R5

buhri Hering, 1937 – N

centaureae Hering, 1927 – N

cicerina (Rondani, 1875) – R9, R10

congesta (Becker, 1903) – R1, R4, R9, R10

demeijerei Hering, 1930 – R6

dendranthemae Nowakowski, 1975 – N

dianthicola (Venturi, 1949) – R5

dracunculi Hering, 1932 – R4

erucifolii de Meijere, 1944 – R1, R4

europaea Zlobin, 2003 – N

flaveola (Fallén, 1823) – R1, R4, R9, R10

globulariae Hendel, 1931 – R9, R10, R12

graminivora Hering 1949 – N

hampsteadensis Spencer, 1971 – N

hieracii (Kaltenbach, 1862) – R9, R10

hieracivora Spencer, 1971 – N

huidobrensis (Blanchard, 1926) – R9, R10

infuscata Hering, 1926 – N

intonsa Spencer, 1976 – R3

lituanica Pakalniškis, 1992 – N

lutea (Meigen, 1830) – R1

muranica Černý, 2012 – N

nietzkei Spencer, 1973 – R9, R10

obliqua Hendel, 1931 – R1

occipitalis Hendel, 1931 – N

oldenbergi Hering, 1933 – N

orbona (Meigen, 1830) – R4, R9, R10

pascuum (Meigen, 1838) – N

pedestris Hendel, 1931 – R6

phryne Hendel, 1931 – N

pisivora Hering, 1954 – N

polygalae Hering, 1927 – R1, R9, R10, R12

pseudopygmina (Hering, 1933) – N

ptarmicae de Meijere, 1925 – R2

puella (Meigen, 1830) – R6

pusilla (Meigen, 1830) – R4 (as syn. L. eupatorii (Kaltenbach, 1873)), R9

pusio (Meigen, 1830) – R7

richteri Hering, 1927 – R9, R10

solivaga Spencer, 1971 – N

sonchi Hendel, 1931 – N

soror Hendel, 1931 – N

strigata (Meigen, 1830) – R4, R9, R10

taraxaci Hering, 1927 – R1

taurica Zlobin, 2003 – N

trifolii (Burgess in Comstock, 1880) – R9, R10

urophorina Mik, 1894 – R9, R10

valerianae Hendel, 1932 – N

virgula Frey, 1946 – R6

wachtlii Hendel, 1920 – N

yasumatsui Sasakawa, 1972 – R4

Metopomyza Enderlein, 1936

flavonotata (Haliday, 1833) – R1

nigriorbita (Hendel, 1931) – R1

scutellata (Fallén, 1823) – R1

xanthaspioides (Frey, 1946) – N

xanthaspis (Loew, 1858) – R1, R9, R10

Napomyza Westwood, 1840

achilleanella von Tschirnhaus, 1992 – R6

bellidis Griffiths, 1967 – R1

carotae Spencer, 1966 –R9, R10

cichorii Spencer, 1966 – R1 R4, R9, R10

elegans (Meigen, 1830) – R1

hirticornis Hendel, 1932 – R9, R10

inquilina (Kock, 1966) – N

lateralis (Fallén, 1823) – R9, R10

maritima von Tschirnhaus, 1981 – R1

merita Zlobin, 1993 – R6

nigriceps van der Wulp, 1871 – R1

scrophulariae Spencer, 1966 – R6

tripolii Spencer, 1966 – R1

Nemorimyza Frey, 1946

posticata (Meigen, 1830) – N

Phytobia Lioy, 1864

cambii (Hendel, 1931) – N

mallochi (Hendel, 1924) – R9, R10, R12

Phytoliriomyza Hendel, 1931

arctica (Lundbeck, 1901) – R1, R9, R10

melampyga (Loew, 1869) – R1, R9, R10

perpusilla (Meigen, 1830) – R1

Phytomyza Fallén, 1810

abdita Hering, 1927 – R9, R10, R12, R15

abdominalis Zetterstedt, 1848 – N

adenostylis Hering, 1926 – R9, R10, R16

adjuncta Hering, 1928 – R9, R10

affinis Fallén, 1823 – R1, R9, R10

albipennis Fallén, 1823 – R1

alpestris Hendel, 1920 – R9, R10, R12

alpina Groschke & Hering, 1957 – R9, R10

angelicae Kaltenbach, 1872 – R1, R9, R10, R16

angelicastri Hering, 1932 – N

angelicivora Hering, 1924 – N

aquilegiae Hardy, 1849 – R9, R10

arnicae Hering, 1925 – R9, R10, R16

arnicicola Lunndquist, 1949 – N

artemisivora Spencer, 1971 – R1, R9, R10, R16

aurei Hering, 1931 – R9, R10

bellidina Hendel, 1934 – N

bipunctata Loew, 1858 – R9, R10

brischkei Hendel, 1922 – R1, R9, R10

buhriella Spencer, 1969 – R6

calthivora Hendel, 1934 – R1

calthophila Hering, 1931 – R1

campanulae Hendel, 1920 – R4

carlestolrai Černý, 2007 – N

chaerophylli Kaltenbach, 1856 – R1, R9, R10

chaerophylliana Hering, 1931 – R6

cirsii Hendel, 1923 – N

clematidis Kaltenbach, 1859 – R9, R10

coniopais Hering, 1931 – N

continua Hendel, 1920 – R9, R10

crassiseta Zetterstedt, 1860 – R1

digitalis Hering, 1925 – R9, R10

erigerophila Hering, 1927 – N

eumorpha Frey, 1946 – R1

evanescens Hendel, 1920 – R1

fallaciosa Brischke, 1880 – R1

farfarae Hendel, 1935 – N

ferina Spencer, 1971 – N

flavicornis Fallén, 1823 – R1, R4

flavofemorata Strobl, 1893 – N

glechomae Kaltenbach, 1862 – R1, R9, R10

griffithsi Spencer, 1963 – R6

gymnostoma Loew, 1858 – R1, R4

hendeli Hering, 1923 – N

heracleana Hering, 1937 – R1

hirsuta Spencer, 1976 – R1

homogyneae Hering, 1927 – R1

hoppi Hering, 1925 – R9, R10, R12

ilicis Curtis, 1846 – R4, R9, R10

kaltenbachi Hendel, 1922 – R9, R10, R12

krygeri Hering, 1949 – N

kurilensis Iwasaki 2000 – R2

kyffhusana Hering, 1928 – R4,

latifolii Groschke & Hering, 1957 – R9, R10

leucanthemi Hering, 1935 – N

marginella Fallén, 1823 – R9, R10, R12

medicaginis Hering, 1925 – R7

melana Hendel, 1920 – N

minuscula Goureau, 1851 – R9, R10

monticola Černý, 2007 – N

mutellinae Beiger, 1961 – N

mylini Hering, 1954 – N

narcissiflorae Hering, 1928 – R9, R10, R12, R15

nigrifemur Hering, 1934 – N

nigripennis Fallén, 1823 – R1, R4, R9, R10

nigritula Zetterstedt, 1838 – R9, R10

notata Meigen, 1830 – R1, R9, R10

origani Hering, 1931 – R1, R4

paraciliata (Godfray, 1985) – N

pauliloewii Hendel, 1920 – R1

penicilla Hendel, 1935 – R9, R10

petoei Hering, 1924 – R9, R10

picridocecis Hering, 1957 – N

pimpinellae Hendel, 1924 – N

plantaginis Robineau-Desvoidy, 1851 – R1, R4, R9, R10

platonoffi Spencer, 1976 – R2

platystoma (Hendel, 1920) – R1

pubicornis Hendel, 1920 – R1

pullula Zetterstedt, 1848 – R1, R4

pulsatillae Hering, 1924 – R12

ranunculi (Schrank, 1803) – R1, R4, R9, R10

ranunculicola Hering, 1949 – R1

ranunculivora Hering, 1932 – R6

rapunculi Hendel, 1927 – R1

rectae Hendel, 1924 – R9, R10

rhabdophora Griffiths, 1964 – R1

robustella Hendel, 1936 – R6

rostrata Hering, 1934 – R1

rufipes Meigen, 1830 – R1, R9, R10

salviae (Hering, 1924) – R6

sedi Kaltenbach, 1869 – R1

sedicola Hering, 1924 – R9, R10

senecionis Kaltenbach, 1869 – N

sitchensis Griffiths, 1973 – N

soenderupi Hering, 1941 – R1

solidaginis Hendel, 1920 – R9, R10

spondylii Robineau-Desvoidy, 1851 – R4, R9, R10

tenella Meigen, 1830 – R1, R4, R9, R10

tetrasticha Hendel, 1927 – R6

thalictri Escher-Kündig in de Rougemont, 1912 – R9, R10, R12, R15

thymi Hering, 1928 – R9, R10, R12, R15

trollii Hering, 1930 – R9, R10, R16

trolliivora Hering, 1935 – R9, R10

varipes Macquart, 1835 – R1

veronicicola Hering, 1925 – R4

virgaureae Hering, 1926 – R9, R10, R12

vitalbae Kaltenbach, 1872 – R1, R4, R9, R10

wahlgreni Rydén, 1944 – R1, R9, R10

zarzyckii Nowakowski, 1975 – R2

Pseudonapomyza Hendel, 1920

atra (Meigen, 1830) – R1

balkanensis Spencer, 1973 – R9, R10

errata Zlobin, 1993 – R1, R4

eurasiatica Zlobin, 2003 – R1, R4

europaea Spencer, 1973 – R1, R9, R10, R12

moraviae Černý, 1992 – N

strobliana Spencer, 1973 – R1

vota Spencer, 1973 – R1, R4

Selachops Wahlberg, 1844

flavocinctus Wahlberg, 1844 – R9, R10