New taxa of the gall midges of the tribe Asynaptini (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae, Porricondylinae) from the Russian Far East
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The gall midges genus Niladmirara Fedotova, gen. n. (type species: N. metula Fedotova, sp. n.) is described in the tribe Asynaptini (Cecidomyiidae: Porricondylinae). This genus consists of three species: type species, N. devergentia sp. n. and N. mucronata (Mamaev et Zaitzev), comb. n. New genus is closely related to Camptomyia Kieffer, 1894 but differs from it by form of wide transversal or round genitalia; by absence transversal dorsal bridge between roots of gonocoxites; by presence of roots of parameres fused with apodemae of gonocoxites; by two pairs very long overlapping projections of parameres; by presence of enlarging on proximal end of aedeagal rod; by gonostylus with subapical ventral excision and apical little claw; by very long neck of middle flagellomeres. Key to the species of Niladmirara gen. n. is given for males.