font settings

Font Size: Large | Normal | Small
Font Face: Verdana | Geneva | Georgia

Chloropidae

(Family)

Overview

[ Back to top ]

A Family in the Kingdom Animalia.

Taxonomy

[ Back to top ]

The Family Chloropidae is a member of the Superfamily Carnoidea. Here is the complete "parentage" of Chloropidae:

The Family Chloropidae is further organized into finer groupings including:

Genera

[ Back to top ]

Acanthopeltastes

[more]

Afrocelyphus

[more]

Agrophaspidium

[more]

Alombus

[more]

Amnonella

[more]

Anacamptoneurum

[more]

Anatrichus

[more]

Anomoeoceros

[more]

Anoscinella

[more]

Anthracophaga

[more]

Anthracophagella

[more]

Apallates

Apallates is a genus of fly in the family Chloropidae. [more]

Aphanotrigonella

[more]

Aphanotrigonum

Aphanotrigonum is a genus of fly in the family Chloropidae. [more]

Apotropina

Apotropina is a genus of fly in the family Chloropidae. [more]

Aprometopis

[more]

Apteroscinis

[more]

Apterosoma

[more]

Aragara

[more]

Archimeromyza

[more]

Arcuator

Arcuator is a genus of fly in the family Chloropidae. [more]

Aschabadicola

[more]

Aspistyla

[more]

Assuania

Assuania is a genus of fly in the family Chloropidae. [more]

Aulacogaurax

[more]

Baseoneura

[more]

Bathyparia

[more]

Batrachomyia

[more]

Benjaminella

[more]

Bharathella

[more]

Biorbitella

[more]

Botanobia

[more]

Cadrema

[more]

Calamoncosis

[more]

Camarota

[more]

Camptoscinella

[more]

Capnoptera

[more]

Cauloscinis

[more]

Caviceps

[more]

Celyphomima

[more]

Centor

[more]

Centorisoma

[more]

Cerais

[more]

Ceratobarys

[more]

Cestoplectus

[more]

Cetema

[more]

Chaetaspis

[more]

Chaethippus

[more]

Chaetochlorops

[more]

Chalcidomyia

[more]

Chloromerus

[more]

Chloropella

[more]

Chloropidae

[more]

Chloropisca

[more]

Chlorops

[more]

Chloropsina

[more]

Chromatopterum

[more]

Collessimyia

[more]

Conioscinella

[more]

Coomanimyia

[more]

Cordylosoma

[more]

Cordylosomides

Coryphisoptron

[more]

Crassiseta

[more]

Crassivenula

Cryptonevra

[more]

Cyrtomomyia

[more]

Dactylothyrea

[more]

Dasyopa

[more]

Deltastoma

[more]

Desertochlorops

[more]

Dicraeus

[more]

Diplotoxa

[more]

Disciphus

[more]

Discogastrella

[more]

Dysartia

[more]

Ectecephala

[more]

Ectropa

[more]

Elachiptera

[more]

Elachiptereicus

[more]

Elliponeura

[more]

Emmalochaeta

[more]

Enderleiniella

[more]

Ensiferella

[more]

Ephydroscinis

[more]

Epicelphyus

[more]

Epicelyphus

[more]

Epichlorops

[more]

Epimadiza

[more]

Eribolus

[more]

Euchlorops

[more]

Eugaurax

[more]

Euhippelates

[more]

Eurhina

[more]

Eurina

[more]

Euryparia

[more]

Euthyridium

[more]

Eutricimba

[more]

Eutropha

[more]

Fiebrigella

[more]

Formosina

[more]

Gallomyia

[more]

Gampsocera

[more]

Gauracisoma

[more]

Gaurax

[more]

Globiops

[more]

Goniaspis

[more]

Goniopsita

[more]

Hapleginella

[more]

Haplegis

[more]

Heteroscinis

[more]

Heteroscinoides

[more]

Hippelates

[more]

Hippelatinus

[more]

Homalura

[more]

Homaluroides

[more]

Homops

[more]

Hopkinsella

[more]

Incertella

[more]

Indometopis

[more]

Indophthalmus

[more]

Javanoscinis

[more]

Kurumemyia

[more]

Kwarea

[more]

Lagaroceras

[more]

Lasiambia

Lasiopleura

[more]

Lasiosina

[more]

Leptopeltastes

[more]

Leptotrigonum

[more]

Leucochaeta

[more]

Lieparella

[more]

Liohippelates

[more]

Liomicroneurum

[more]

Lioscinella

[more]

Lipara

A Genus in the Kingdom Animalia. [more]

Lonchonotus

[more]

Loxobathmis

[more]

Loxotaenia

[more]

Luzonia

[more]

Macrostyla

[more]

Malloewia

[more]

Mapachymerus

Marcostyla

[more]

Medeventor

Meijerella

[more]

Melanochaeta

[more]

Melanochaetomyia

Melanum

[more]

Mepachymerus

[more]

Merectecephala

[more]

Merobates

[more]

Merochlorops

[more]

Merodonta

[more]

Meromyza

[more]

Meromyzella

[more]

Meroscinis

[more]

Metasiphonella

[more]

Metopostigma

[more]

Microcercis

[more]

Microchaetaspis

[more]

Microneurm

[more]

Microneurum

[more]

Mimogaurax

[more]

Mimosepsis

[more]

Monochaetoscinella

[more]

Myrmecosepsis

[more]

Myrmemorpha

[more]

Myrmenorpha

[more]

Neodiplotoxa

[more]

Neoelachiptera

[more]

Neogaurax

[more]

Neohaplegis

[more]

Neolcella

[more]

Neoloxotaenia

[more]

Neoolcanabates

[more]

Neorhodesiella

[more]

Neoscinella

[more]

Neuropachys

[more]

Nomba

[more]

Notaulacella

[more]

Notoanaulax

[more]

Notonaulax

[more]

Ochtherisoma

[more]

Oedesiella

[more]

Olcanabates

[more]

Olcella

[more]

Omachaeta

[more]

Omochaeta

[more]

Onychaspidium

[more]

Opetiophora

[more]

Oscinella

[more]

Oscinellinae

Oscinicita

Oscinimorpha

[more]

Oscinis

[more]

Oscinisoma

[more]

Oscinoides

[more]

Oscinosoma

[more]

Oxyapium

[more]

Pachychoeta

Pachylophus

[more]

Paracamarota

[more]

Paraeurina

Parahippelates

[more]

Parameijerella

[more]

Parasiphonella

Parectecephala

[more]

Pemphigonotus

[more]

Pentanotaulax

[more]

Phyladelphus

[more]

Platycephala

[more]

Platycephalisca

[more]

Platyina

[more]

Polyodaspis

[more]

Prionoscelus

[more]

Pselaphia

[more]

Pseudeurina

[more]

Pseudochlorops

[more]

Pseudochromatopterum

[more]

Pseudogampsocera

Pseudogaurax

[more]

Pseudogoniopsita

Pseudohippelates

[more]

Pseudonomba

[more]

Pseudopachychaeta

[more]

Pseudothaumatomyia

[more]

Pseudotricimba

[more]

Psilacrum

[more]

Psilochlorops

[more]

Pterogaurax

[more]

Rhodesia

A Genus in the Kingdom Animalia. [more]

Rhodesiella

[more]

Rhopalopternum

[more]

Rhopalopterum

[more]

Sacatonia

[more]

Scoliophthalmus

[more]

Semaranga

[more]

Sepsidoscinis

[more]

Siphlus

[more]

Siphomyia

[more]

Siphonella

[more]

Siphonellomyia

[more]

Siphonellopsina

[more]

Siphonellopsis

[more]

Siphunculina

[more]

Speccafrons

[more]

Steleocerellus

[more]

Steleocerus

[more]

Stenophthalmus

[more]

Stenoscinis

[more]

Strandimyia

[more]

Stratiomicroneurum

[more]

Strobliola

[more]

Syphonerina

[more]

Tachinoceras

[more]

Tachinoceros

[more]

Terusa

Thaumatomyia

[more]

Therina

Thressa

[more]

Thyridula

[more]

Togeciphus

[more]

Trachysiphonella

[more]

Trichieurina

[more]

Tricimba

[more]

Tricimbomyia

[more]

Trigonomma

[more]

Tropidoscinis

[more]

Tylopterna

[more]

Vanchium

Xena

Xena is a fictional character from Robert Tapert's Xena: Warrior Princess franchise. She first appeared in the 1995?1999 television series Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, before going on to appear in Xena: Warrior Princess TV show and subsequent comic book of the same name. The character has also appeared in the spin-off animated movie The Battle for Mount Olympus, as well as numerous non-canon expanded universe material, such as books and video games. Xena was played by New Zealand actress Lucy Lawless, although the original choice was the British actress Vanessa Angel. She commonly wore a tight leather skirted outfit. [more]

More info about the Genus Xena may be found here.

Sources

[ Back to top ]
Last Revised: August 22, 2014
2014/08/22 20:57:41