Diptera in the 10th edition of Systema Naturae

Diptera in the 10th edition of Systema Naturae

In the 10th edition of Systema Naturae, Carl Linnaeus classified the arthropods, including insects, arachnids and crustaceans, among his class "Insecta". Insects with simply two wings (true flies) were brought together under the name Diptera.


Oestrus (botflies)

  • Oestrus bovisHypoderma bovis
  • Oestrus tarandiHypoderma tarandi
  • Oestrus nasalisGasterophilus nasalis
  • Oestrus haemorrhoidalisGasterophilus haemorrhoidalis, nose bot
  • Oestrus ovisOestrus ovis, sheep botfly

Tipula (craneflies)

Tipula hortorum was so named in 1758.
Chironomus plumosus was named Tipula plumosus in 1758.
Bibio marci was named Tipula marci in 1758.
  • Tipula pectinicornisCtenophora pectinicornis
  • Tipula rivosaPedicia rivosa
  • Tipula crocataNephrotoma crocata
  • Tipula oleraceaTipula oleracea
  • Tipula hortorumTipula hortorum
  • Tipula variegataTipula variegata
  • Tipula contaminataPtychoptera contaminata
  • Tipula lunataTipula lunata
  • Tipula pratensisNephrotoma pratensis
  • Tipula terrestrisLimonia terrestris
  • Tipula cornicinaNephrotoma cornicina
  • Tipula nigraTipula nigra
  • Tipula atrataTanyptera atrata
  • Tipula maculatanomen oblitum for Dictenidia bimaculata (Linnaeus, 1761)
  • Tipula annulataLimonia annulata
  • Tipula flavescensNephrotoma flavescens
  • Tipula regelationisTrichocera regalationis
  • Tipula replicataPhalacrocera replicata
  • Tipula plumosaChironomus plumosus
  • Tipula littoralis – dubious synonym of Ablabesmyia viridulus
  • Tipula motatrixCricotopus motatrix
  • Tipula vibratoriaCricotopus sylvestris
  • Tipula tremulaCricotopus tremulus
  • Tipula monilisAblabesmyia monilis
  • Tipula macrocephala – [nomen dubium]
  • Tipula marci & Tipula brevicornisBibio marci
  • Tipula putris – [nomen dubium]
  • Tipula febrilisDilophus febrilis
  • Tipula florilega – [nomen dubium]
  • Tipula hortulanaDilophus hortulana
  • Tipula phalaenoidesPsychoda phalaenoides
  • Tipula notataScatopse notata
  • Tipula juniperinaOligotrophus juniperina
  • Tipula palustrisCecidomyia palustris
  • Tipula longicornis – [nomen dubium]
  • Tipula pinnicornis – [nomen dubium]

Musca (houseflies & hoverflies)

Hermetia illucens was named Musca illucens in 1758.
Rhagio scolopaceus was named Musca scolopacea in 1758.
Helophilus pendulus was named Musca pendula in 1758.
Sphaerophoria scripta was named Musc scripta in 1758.
Syritta pipiens was named Musca pipiens in 1758.
Calliphora vomitoria was named Musca vomitoria in 1758.
Tachina grossa was named Musca grossa in 1758.
Scathophaga stercoraria was named Musca stercoraria in 1758.
Urophora cardui was named Musca cardui in 1758.
  • Musca plebejaThereva plebeja
  • Musca illucensHermetia illucens
  • Musca chamaeleonStratiomys chamaeleon, clubbed general
  • Musca microleonOdontomyia microleon
  • Musca hydroleonOdontomyia hydroleon
  • Musca pantherinaNemotelus pantherinus
  • Musca morioHemipenthes morio
  • Musca mauraHemipenthes maura
  • Musca hottentottaVilla hottentotta
  • Musca scolopaceaRhagio scolopaceus, downlooker snipe fly
  • Musca vermileoVermileo vermileo
  • Musca tringariaRhagio tringarius
  • Musca conopsoidesCeriana conopsoides
  • Musca bombylansVolucella bombylans
  • Musca mystaceaMesembrina mystacea
  • Musca lapponaSericomyia lappona
  • Musca pendulaHelophilus pendulus
  • Musca floreaMallota florea
  • Musca nemorum & Musca arbustorumEristalis arbustorum
  • Musca tenaxEristalis tenax, drone fly
  • Musca intricariaEristalis intricarius
  • Musca oestraceaEristalis oestracea
  • Musca fallaxBlera fallax, pine hover fly
  • Musca lucorumLeucozona lucorum
  • Musca sylvarumXylota sylvarum
  • Musca bicinctaChrysotoxum bicinctum
  • Musca arcuataChrysotoxum arcuatum
  • Musca mutabilisMicrodon mutabilis
  • Musca ichneumoneaLoxocera ichneumonea
  • Musca diophthalmaSpilomyia diophthalma
  • Musca vespiformisTemnostoma vespiforme
  • Musca festivaXanthogramma festiva
  • Musca erraticaEriozona erratica
  • Musca glauciaLeucozona glaucia
  • Musca noctilucaPipiza noctiluca
  • Musca gibbosaOgcodes gibbosus
  • Musca ribesiiSyrphus ribesii
  • Musca pyrastriScaeva pyrastri
  • Musca transfugaLejops transfugus
  • Musca menthastriSphaerophoria menthastri
  • Musca scriptaSphaerophoria scripta
  • Musca mellinaMelanostoma mellinum
  • Musca pipiensSyritta pipiens, thick-legged hoverfly
  • Musca segnisXylota segnis
  • Musca femorataChalcosyrphus femorata
  • Musca inanisVolucella inanis
  • Musca pellucensVolucella pellucens
  • Musca meridianaMesembrina meridiana, noon fly
  • Musca caesarLucilia caesar, common green bottle
  • Musca cadaverinaPyrellia cadaverina
  • Musca vomitoriaCalliphora vomitoria, blue bottle fly
  • Musca carnariaSarcophaga carnaria
  • Musca domesticaMusc domestica, housefly
  • Musca sepulchralisEristalinus sepulchralis
  • Musca grossaTachina grossa, giant tachinid fly
  • Musca rotundataGymnosoma rotundatum
  • Musca larvarumExorista larvarum
  • Musca radicumDelia radicum, cabbage fly
  • Musca lateralisFannia canicularis, lesser house fly
  • Musca cemiteriorumChrysogaster cemiteriorum
  • Musca pluvialisAnthomyia pluvialis
  • Musca fenestralisScenopinus fenestralis
  • Musca roralis & Musca grossificationisMelanophora roralis
  • Musca serrataHeleomyza serrata
  • Musca cellarisnomen oblitum of Drosophila melanogaster
  • Musca meteoricaHydrotaea meteorica
  • Musca putrisThemira putris
  • Musca fritOscinella frit
  • Musca lepraeHippelates leprae
  • Musca cuprariaSargus cuprarius
  • Musca politaMicrochrysa polita
  • Musca viduataPipizella viduata
  • Musca puberaCordilura pubera
  • Musca petronellaCalobatella petronella
  • Musca ungulataDolichopus ungulatus
  • Musca aequinoctialis – [nomen dubium]
  • Musca cibariaCompsobata cibaria
  • Musca scybalariaScathophaga scybalaria
  • Musca stercorariaScathophaga stercoraria, common yellow dung fly
  • Musca fimetariaPsila fimetaria
  • Musca parietinaOxyna parietina
  • Musca umbrarumDictya umbrarum
  • Musca saltuumPalloptera saltuum
  • Musca vibransSeioptera vibrans
  • Musca cynipseaSepsis cynipsea
  • Musca flavaChyromya flava
  • Musca aestuans – [nomen dubium]
  • Musca serratulaeTerellia serratulae
  • Musca arnicaeTephritis arnicae
  • Musca hyoscyamiTephritis hyoscyami
  • Musca germinationisOpomyza germinationis
  • Musca urticaeCeroxys urticae
  • Musca cerasiRhagoletis cerasi, cherry fruit fly
  • Musca heracliiEuleia heraclei
  • Musca carduiUrophora cardui, Canada thistle gall fly
  • Musca solstitialisUrophora solstitialis
  • Musca florescentiae – dubious synonym of Terellia ruficauda (Fabricius, 1794)
  • Musca frondescentiaeHerina frondescentiae

Tabanus (horse flies)

Tabanus bromius was so named in 1758.
  • Tabanus bovinusTabanus bovinus
  • Tabanus calensTabanus calens
  • Tabanus tarandinusHybomitra tarandina
  • Tabanus exaestuansLeucotabanus exaestuens
  • Tabanus fervensPhaeotabanus fervens
  • Tabanus mexicanusChlorotabanus mexicalis
  • Tabanus bromiusTabanus bromius, band-eyed brown horsefly
  • Tabanus occidentalisTabanus occidentalis
  • Tabanus tropicusHybomitra tropica
  • Tabanus antarcticusTabanus antarcticus
  • Tabanus pluvialisHaematopota pluvialis
  • Tabanus caecutiensChrysops caecutiens

Culex (mosquitoes)

Culex pipiens was named Culex pipens and Culex bifurcatus in 1758.
  • Culex pipiens & Culex bifurcatusCulex pipiens, northern house mosquito
  • Culex pulicarisCulicoides pulicaris
  • Culex reptansSimulium reptans
  • Culex equinusSimulium equinum
  • Culex stercoreus – [nomen dubium]

Empis (dance flies)

Empis livida was named Empis livida and Asilus tipuloides in 1758.
  • Empis borealisEmpis borealis
  • Empis pennipesEmpis pennipes
  • Empis lividaEmpis livida

Conops (thick-headed flies)

Conops flavipes was so named in 1758.

Asilus (robber flies)

  • Asilus maurus – [nomen dubium]
  • Asilus barbarusAsilus barbarus
  • Asilus crabroniformisAsilus crabroniformis
  • Asilus gibbosusLaphria gibbosus
  • Asilus aterAndrenosoma atra
  • Asilus gilvusLaphria gilva
  • Asilus marginatusLamyra marginata
  • Asilus germanicusPamponerus germanicus
  • Asilus forcipatus – dubious synonyms of Dysmachus picipes (Meigen, 1820)
  • Asilus tipuloides – synonym of Empis livida Linnaeus, 1758
  • Asilus oelandicusDioctria oelandica
  • Asilus morio – [nomen dubium]

Bombylius (bee flies)

Bombylius major was so named in 1758.
  • Bombylius majorBombylius major, large beefly
  • Bombylius mediusBombylius medius
  • Bombylius minorBombylius minor

Hippobosca (louse flies)

  • Hippobosca equinaHippobosca equina, forest fly
  • Hippobosca aviculariaOrnithomya avicularia
  • Hippobosca hirundinisCraeterina hurundinis
  • Hippobosca ovinaMelophagus ovinus, sheep ked


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