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Subject: Hoverfly, List of hoverfly species of Great Britain, Criorhina berberina
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Criorhina berberina female
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Insecta
Order: Diptera
Suborder: Brachycera
Infraorder: Muscomorpha
Section: Aschiza
Superfamily: Syrphoidea
Family: Syrphidae
Subfamily: Eristalinae
Tribe: Milesiini
Genus: Criorhina
Meigen, 1822

Criorhina is a genus of hoverflies.[1]


  • C. asilica (Fallén, 1816)
  • C. aurea Lovett, 1919
  • C. berberina (Fabricius, 1805)
  • C. brevipila Loew, 1871
  • C. bubulcus (Walker, 1849)
  • C. caudata Curran, 1925
  • C. coquilletti Williston, 1892
  • C. floccosa (Meigen, 1822)
  • C. grandis Lovett, 1921
  • C. kincaidi Coquillett, 1901
  • C. latipilosa Curran, 1925
  • C. lupina (Williston, 1882)
  • C. mystaceae Curran, 1925
  • C. nigripes (Williston, 1882)
  • C. nigriventris Walton, 1911
  • C. pachymera (Egger, 1858)
  • C. portschinskyi (Stackelberg, 1955)
  • C. quadriboscis Lovett, 1919
  • C. ranunculi (Panzer, 1804)
  • C. sichotana (Stackelberg, 1955)
  • C. stackelbergi Violovitsh, 1973
  • C. takaoensis (Shiraki, 1952)
  • C. tricolor Coquillett, 1900
  • C. ussuriana (Stackelberg, 1955)
  • C. verbosa (Walker, 1849)


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