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  • New Zealand species (2+): T. capsulata – T. fusca
    + [NOTE: 'Two separate types of female were taken in association with males of capsulata, both very different from female fusca. I am unable to say which is capsulata. Thus, there are at least three species of Trichomyia in New Zealand' (Duckhouse, 1980: 190)]



The subgenera are not correct. PeterR (talk) 08:02, 24 September 2013 (UTC)Reply

Above comment moved to Talk page by Azertus (talk) 16:13, 12 September 2014 (UTC).Reply

Most of the species of this genus are not referred to a defined subgenus, though almost all may be placed into informal groups based on the segmentation of the maxillary palp (which may be four-segmented [with or without the two basal segments more-or-less fused] or three-segmented).

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