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Giłka, Wojciech; Zakrzewska, Marta
Furcobuchonomyia pankowskii sp. nov., a non-biting midge of the small subfamily Buchonomyiinae is described from Upper Cretaceous Burmese amber (early Cenomanian, ~100 Ma; Noije Bum, Myanmar). This is the sixth known Buchonomyiinae species, the third fossil representative of this subfamily, and the second described and named Chironomidae species from Burmese amber. A peculiar structure of the male genital apparatus, bearing a trifid gonostylus, justifies inclusion of this new species into the recently established, originally monotypic genus Furcobuchonomyia Baranov, Góral et Ross, 2017, the diagnosis of which is amended.
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