New records of flies from the Podyjí National Park
During spring and summer 2016, several interesting species of hoverflies (Diptera: Syrphidae) and other Diptera were recorded in the Podyjí National Park (South Moravia, Czech Republic). Callomyia speciosa Meigen, 1824 (Diptera: Platypezidae) and Asilus crabroniformis Linnaeus, 1758 (Diptera: Asilidae) were recorded for the first time in the Podyjí National Park. Among syrphid species, Myolepta potens (Harris, 1777), Sphiximorpha subsessilis (Illiger in Rossi, 1807), Xanthogramma dives (Rondani, 1857), and Xanthogramma stackelbergi Violovitsh, 1975 were reported for the first time from the Podyjí National Park. Two of them, Myolepta potens (Harris, 1777) and Xanthogramma stackelbergi Violovitsh, 1975 are new for the fauna of the Czech Republic. We present here the entire list of syrphids caught with Malaise traps in June 2016 in three localities of the National Park (“Braitava” beech forest, top of “Ledové sluje” hill, and oak forest near “Čížov”). Additionally, in spring 2017, Mallota fuciformis (Fabricius, 1794) (Diptera: Syrphidae) was recorded for the first time in the Podyjí National Park.