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Superregnum: Eukaryota
Cladus: Unikonta
Cladus: Opisthokonta
Cladus: Holozoa
Regnum: Animalia
Subregnum: Eumetazoa
Cladus: Bilateria
Cladus: Nephrozoa
Cladus: Protostomia
Cladus: Ecdysozoa
Cladus: Panarthropoda
Phylum: Arthropoda
Subphylum: Hexapoda
Classis: Insecta
Cladus: Dicondylia
Subclassis: Pterygota
Cladus: Metapterygota
Infraclassis: Neoptera
Cladus: Eumetabola
Cladus: Endopterygota
Superordo: Panorpida
Cladus: Antliophora
Ordo: Diptera
SubordoNematocera
Infraordo: Psychodomorpha

Familia: Tanyderidae
Genera (7 + 4†): Araucoderus – Eutanyderus – Peringueyomyina – Protanyderus – Protoplasa – Radinoderus – Tanyderus – †Macrochile – †Nannotanyderus – †Podemacrochile – †Praemacrochile

[source: Catalogue of Life: 2013 Annual Checklist, except fossils]

Check (2): Mischoderus – Nothoderus
Name

Tanyderidae Osten-Sacken, 1880

References

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Krzemiński, W., Krzemińska, E., Kania, I. & Ross, A.J. 2013, New taxa of Tanyderidae (Diptera) from Eocene Baltic amber. Zootaxa 3599(1): 59–66. DOI: 10.11646/zootaxa.3599.1.5 Reference page.
Lukashevich, E.D.; Krzeminski, W. 2009: New Jurassic Tanyderidae (Diptera) from Asia with first find of larvae. Zoosymposia, 3: 155–172. Preview
Poinar, G., jr.; Brown, A.E. 2004: A new genus of primitive crane flies (Diptera: Tanyderidae) in Cretaceous Burmese amber, with a summary of fossil tanyderids. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 106(2): 339–345. ISSN: 0013-8797 Internet Archive BHL
Skibińska, K., Krzemiński, W. & Coram, R.A. 2014. Discovery of the most ancient member of family Tanyderidae (Diptera) from the Lower Jurassic (Sinemurian) of England. Zootaxa 3857(1): 125–130. DOI: 10.11646/zootaxa.3857.1.6 Reference page.

Additional references

Madriz, R.I. & Courtney, G.W. 2016. The Neotropical tanyderid Araucoderus gloriosus (Alexander) (Diptera, Tanyderidae), with description of the egg, larva and pupa, redescription of adults, and notes on natural history. Zootaxa 4158(3): 325–351. DOI: 10.11646/zootaxa.4158.3.2. Reference page.
Ovtshinnikova, O.G., Galinskaya, T.V. & Lukashevich, E.D. 2018. Skeleton and musculature of the male abdomen in Tanyderidae (Diptera, Nematocera) of the Southern Hemisphere. Zookeys, 809: 55–77. DOI: 10.3897/zookeys.809.29032 Reference page.

Links

Tree of Life Web Project. 2007. Tanyderidae. Version 29 November 2007 (temporary). http://tolweb.org/Tanyderidae/23975/2007.11.29 in The Tree of Life Web Project, http://tolweb.org/

Tanyderidae, sometimes called primitive crane flies, are long, thin, delicate flies with spotted wings, superficially similar in appearance to some Tipulidae, Trichoceridae, and Ptychopteridae. Most species are restricted in distribution. They are found in many parts of the world, including North America, South America, Africa, Australia, New Zealand, and various islands in the Pacific Ocean. Adults are usually found hanging from vegetation near streams. Larvae are found either in sandy stream margins or in wet, rotten wood. Fossil species are known.
Taxonomy

Based on[2][3][4][5]

Nannotanyderinae
†Coramus
Coramus gedanensis Baltic amber, Eocene 37.2 - 33.9 Ma
†Dacochile Poinar & Brown, 2004
Dacochile microsoma, Burmese amber, Myanmar, Cenomanian, 99 Ma
†Nannotanyderus
Nannotanyderus ansorgei Lebanese amber, Barremian, 130-125 Ma
Nannotanyderus grimmenensis "Green Series", Germany, Toarcian 183 - 182 Ma
Nannotanyderus incertus Shar-Teg, Mongolia, Tithonian, 150.8 - 145.5 Ma
Nannotanyderus krzeminskii "Green Series", Germany, Toarcian, 183 - 182 Ma
Nannotanyderus kubekovensis Karabastau Formation, Kazakhstan Callovian/Oxfordian 164.7 - 155.7 Ma
Nannotanyderus oliviae Charmouth Mudstone Formation, United Kingdom, Sinemurian, 196.5 - 189.6 Ma
Peringueyomyina
Peringueyomyina barnardi South Africa
Tanyderinae
†Espanoderus
Espanoderus barbarae Alava amber (Escucha Formation), Spain, Albian 105.3 - 99.7 Ma
Espanoderus orientalis Burmese amber, Myanmar, Cenomanian, 99 Ma
†Similinannotanyderus
Similinannotanyderus lii Burmese amber, Myanmar, Cenomanian, 99 Ma
Similinannotanyderus longitergata Burmese amber, Myanmar, Cenomanian, 99 Ma
Similinannotanyderus zbigniewi Burmese amber, Myanmar, Cenomanian, 99 Ma
†Macrochile
Macrochile spectrum Baltic amber, Eocene 37.2 - 33.9 Ma
Macrochile hornei Baltic amber, Eocene 37.2 - 33.9 Ma
†Podemacrochile
Podemacrochile baltica Baltic amber, Eocene 37.2 - 33.9 Ma
†Praemacrochile
Praemacrochile ansorgei Daohugou, China, Karabastau Formation, Shar-Teg Middle-Late Jurassic 164.7 to 145.5 Ma
Praemacrochile chinensis Daohugou, China, Callovian/Oxfordian ~ 160 Ma
Praemacrochile decipiens Posidonia Shale, Germany, Toarcian 183.0 to 182.0 Ma
Praemacrochile dobbertinensis, "Green Series", Germany, Toarcian 183.0 to 182.0 Ma
Praemacrochile dryasis Daohugou, China, Callovian/Oxfordian ~ 160 Ma
Praemacrochile kaluginae Karabastau Formation, Kazakhstan Callovian/Oxfordian 164.7 to 155.7 Ma
Praemacrochile ovalum Daohugou, China, Callovian/Oxfordian ~ 160 Ma
Praemacrochile stackelbergi Ichetuy Formation, Russia, Oxfordian 159-156 Ma
Protanyderus (extinct) Note: Lukashevich (2018) considers the assignation of these species to the living genus to be "in doubt" due to differing morphological characters
Protanyderus astictum Daohugou, China, Callovian/Oxfordian ~ 160 Ma
Protanyderus invalidus Itat Formation, Russia, Bajocian-Bathonian 171.6 - 164.7 Ma
Protanyderus mesozoicus Tsagaantsav Formation, Mongolia, Barremian, 130-125 Ma
Protanyderus nebulosus Shar-Teg, Mongolia, Tithonian, 150.8 - 145.5 Ma
Protanyderus savtchenkoi Karabastau Formation, Kazakhstan Callovian/Oxfordian 164.7 to 155.7 Ma
Protanyderus senilis Shar-Teg, Mongolia, Tithonian, 150.8 - 145.5 Ma
Protanyderus vetus Shar-Teg, Mongolia, Tithonian, 150.8 - 145.5 Ma
Protanyderus vulcanium Daohugou, China, Callovian/Oxfordian ~ 160 Ma
Araucoderus
Araucoderus gloriosus, Chile
Eutanyderus
Eutanyderus oreonympha Australia
Eutanyderus wilsoni Australia
Mischoderus
Mischoderus annuliferus (Hutton, 1901), New Zealand
Mischoderus forcipatus (Osten Sacken, 1880) New Zealand
Mischoderus marginatus (Edwards 1923), New Zealand
Mischoderus neptunus (Edwards 1923), New Zealand
Mischoderus varipes (Edwards 1923), New Zealand
Neoderus
Neoderus chonos Chile
Neoderus patagonicus Chile
Nothoderus
Nothoderus australiensis Tasmania
Protoplasa
Protoplasa fitchii, United States
Protanyderus (extant) Note: Villanueva (2017) considers Protanyderus to be a junior synonym of Protoplasa
Protanyderus alexanderi Kariya 1935 Japan (Shimajima-Dani)
Protanyderus beckeri (Riedel), 1920. Turkestan (Osch-Fergana)
Protanyderus esakii Alexander 1932 . Japan (Kyushu)
Protanyderus margarita Alexander 1948 USA (Rocky Mountains).
Protanyderus redeli Savchenko 1974 USSR (Gissar Range).
Protanyderus schmidi Alexander 1959 India (Uttar Pradesh)
Protanyderus sikkimensis Alexander 1961 India (Ramtang).
Protanyderus stackelbergi Savchenko 1971 Mongolia (Gatsur)
Protanyderus vanduzeei (Alexander 1918) USA (California).
Protanyderus venustipes Alexander 1961 India (Ramtang).
Protanyderus vipio (Osten Sacken 1877) USA (California).
Protanyderus yankovskyi Alexnder 1938 North Korea
Radinoderus
Radinoderus caledoniana Hynes, 1993 (New Caledonia)
Radinoderus dorrigensis Alexander, 1930. Australia (New South Wales).
Radinoderus holwai Alexander, 1946. Solomon Islands.
Radinoderus mirabilis (De Meijere), 1915a. Papua New Guinea.
Radinoderus occidentalis (Alexander), 1925. Australia (West Australia).
Radinoderus ochroceratus Colless, 1962. Papua New Guinea (Bouganville Island).
Radinoderus oculatus (Riedel), 1921. Papua New Guinea (PNG)
Radinoderus ornatissimus (Doleschall), 1858. Indonesia (Maluku).
Radinoderus pictipes Alexander, 1946. Indonesia (Irian Jaya).
Radinoderus solomonis (Alexander), 1924. Solomon Islands.
Radinoderus supernumerarius Alexander, 1953. Indonesia (Irian Jaya).
Radinoderus terrae-reginae (Alexander), 1924. Australia (Queensland)
Radinoderus toxopei Alexander, 1959a. Indonesia (Irian Jaya).
Tanyderus
Tanyderus pictus Philippi 1865 Chile, Concepcion

References

Men, Q.; Hu, Z.; Xu, L. (2020). "The first representative of Espanoderus and one new species of Similinannotanyderus (Diptera: Tanyderidae) from mid-Cretaceous amber of northern Myanmar". Cretaceous Research. 111: Article 104442. doi:10.1016/j.cretres.2020.104442. S2CID 216259341.
Madriz Villanueva, Ruben Isai (2017). The primitive crane flies (Diptera: Tanyderidae) (Doctor of Philosophy thesis). Ames: Iowa State University, Digital Repository. doi:10.31274/etd-180810-5802.
"Tanyderidae - Encyclopedia of Life". eol.org. Retrieved 2020-09-10.
Lukashevich, Elena D. (2018-08-04). "Male terminalia and their rotation in Tanyderidae (Insecta, Diptera, Nematocera) since the Mesozoic". Historical Biology. 32 (4): 462–475. doi:10.1080/08912963.2018.1500568. ISSN 0891-2963. S2CID 92568272.

"Fossilworks: Tanyderidae". fossilworks.org. Retrieved 2020-09-10.

Borror, D.J., C.A. Triplehorn, & N.A. Johnson. 1989. An Introduction to the Study of Insects, Sixth edition. Saunders College Publishing.
Krzeminski, W. & D.D. Judd. 1997. Family Tanyderidae. Pp. 281–289, in: Contributions to a Manual of Palaearctic Diptera, Vol.2. L. Papp & B. Darvas, eds. Science Herald, Budapest.
Poinar, G., Jr. & A.E. Brown. 2004. A New genus of primitive crane flies (Diptera: Tanyderidae) in Cretaceous Burmese amber, with a summary of fossil tanyderids. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 106: 339–345.

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