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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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Life cycle of Chaetopteryx villosa (Fabricius, 1798) (Trichoptera: Limnephilidae) in a lowland‐ and a mountain‐stream in western Norway
Chaetopteryx villosa is a common species in west Norwegian streams and rivers, ranging from sea level up to about 1250 m a.s.l. In lowland areas the species is univoltine.'bverwintering in the firstExpand
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The caddisfly genus Triaenodes in the Neotropics (Trichoptera: Leptoceridae)
The genus Triaenodes as it occurs in the Neotropics is diagnosed and discussed in the context of the world fauna. Twenty new species are described and illustrated: T. acanthus (Mexico), T. chirripoExpand
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The life histories of hydropsyche siltalai döhler, 1963 and h. pellucidula (curtis, 1834) (trichoptera, hydropsychidae) in a west norwegian river
Abstract Only two Hydropsychidae, Hydropsyche siltalai and H. pellucidula inhabit the Oselven river system in Western Norway. Both complete their life cycles in one year, having fairly synchronousExpand
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Orthoclads from Eocene Amber from Sakhalin (Diptera: Chironomidae, Orthocladiinae)
Four Middle Eocene orthoclad species, Heterotrissocladius naibuchisp. n., Paraphaenocladius nadezhdaesp. n., Pseudosmittia kodrulaesp. n. and Smittia sukachevaesp. n.. are described and figured.Expand
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A revised checklist of Norwegian moth flies (Diptera, Psychodidae)
A revised checklist with regional records of the Norwegian moth flies is given, listing 36 species. Clytocerus rivosus (Tonnoir, 1919), Ulomyia fuliginosa (Meigen, 1818), Pneumia borealis (Berden,Expand
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Friederia, a new Afrotropical tanytarsine genus (Diptera: Chironomidae)
Generic diagnosis to the male imago of the new genus Friederia is given. Friederia villosa sp. n. from the rain forest of Western Ghana is described as male imago. Parsimony analyses of the subtribeExpand
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Usambaromyia nigrala gen. n., sp. n., and Usambaromyiinae, a new subfamily among the Chironomidae (Diptera)
The male and female imagines of Usambaromyia nigrala gen. n., sp. n. are described from the West Usambara Mountains in Tanzania. The species differs from other known chironomids by having nearlyExpand
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Ferringtonia, a New Genus of Orthocladiinae from Patagonia and South Chile (Diptera: Chironomidae)
Diagnoses of all known stages of Ferringtonia n. gen. are given. F. patagonica (Edwards) n. comb. (= Spaniotoma (Orthocladius) patagonica Edwards 1931: 290) from Argentina is described from male,Expand
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First record of a Chironomidae pupa in amber
Abstract A pupal exuviae of a non-biting midge (Chironomidae) is recorded in Eocene Rovno amber from Ukraine. The exuviae belongs to an Orthocladiinae species. It possesses several traitsExpand
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