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Aquatic macrophytes as feeding site for small fishes in the Rosana Reservoir, Paranapanema River, southeastern Brazil.
In the present investigation we studied the feeding habits of the fishes associated with aquatic macrophytes in the Rosana Reservoir, southeastern Brazil. Twenty fish species were collected duringExpand
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The problems with Polypedilum Kieffer (Diptera: Chironomidae), with the description of Probolum subgen. n
A phylogenetic analysis of the genus Polypedilum Kieffer utilizing only species with known larvae, and including one additional species presumed to belong to a new subgenus was performed. TheExpand
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Neotropical Nilothauma Kieffer, 1921, with the description of thirteen new species (Diptera: Chironomidae)
Thirteen new species to Nilothauma Kieffer are described and figured: N. amazonense, N. calori, N. complicatum, N. fazzariense, N. involucrum, N. jaraguaense, N. longissimum, N. roquei, N.Expand
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Revision of Beardius Reiss et Sublette, 1985 (Diptera: Chironomidae), with the description of twenty new species.
The genus Beardius Reiss et Sublette, 1985 is revised and twenty new species, Beardius abbadi sp. n., B. arawak sp. n., B. bizzoi sp. n., B. bucephalus sp. n., B. curticaudatus sp. n., B. dioi sp.Expand
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REARING TANYPODINAE, TELMATOGETONINAE AND ORTHOCLADIINAE IN BRAZIL – AN EMPIRICAL APPROACH
Just after sorting, the larvae were isolated in small vials in order to be sure about the associations. The vials stayed open and as soon as the larvae became pupae, the larval exuviae was fixed andExpand
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FAMILY CHIRONOMIDAE.
Only 30 chironomid species distributed in 16 genera and three subfamilies are formally recorded to Colombia. Another 32 genera and two subfamilies have been recorded on larval stage, with noExpand
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A review of Antillocladius S ther, 1981; Compterosmittia S ther, 1981 and Litocladius new genus (Chironomidae, Orthocladiinae)
A parsimony analysis of recently collected species sharing several features such as scalpellate acrostichals, often setae apically on the wing membrane and often strongly extended costa, togetherExpand
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A new phytotelmatic species of Monopelopia Fittkau, 1962 (Insecta: Diptera: Chironomidae: Tanypodinae) from South Brazil
The new species Monopelopia caraguata sp. n. is figured and described. The material was collected in a bromeliad study in South Brazil – (Unidade de Conservacao Ambiental Desterro – UCAD,Expand
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A new species of Polypedilum Kieffer from bromeliads in Parque Nacional Cusuco, Honduras (Chironomidae: Chironominae)
Polypedilum (P.) panacu sp. n. is described and illustrated based on all life-stages. The larva was collected from the leafaxils of the bromeliad Tillandsia guatemalensis L.B. Smith in CusucoExpand
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A new species of the genus Monopelopia from South Brazil, with keys to the Neotropical–Nearctic species (Diptera: Chironomidae: Tanypodinae)
A new species, Monopelopia paranaense is described and illustrated, based on immatures collected in a little pond in Parana State (South Brazil) and adults reared in laboratory. Keys to males, larvaeExpand
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