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The list of 2283 Lithuanian Diptera species of 78 families is based on 224 literary sources.
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Influence of environmental factors on the distribution of caddisfly (Trichoptera) communities in medium-sized lowland streams in Latvia
The understanding of community structuring factors is a fundamental issue in community ecology. The objectives of the study were (1) to identify the distribution of the caddisfly community along theExpand
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New species of Gall Midges of the genus Acoenonia
A new genus and two new gall midge species - Acoenonia nana sp. nov. and Allarelella germanica gen. nov. and sp. nov. are described from swamps dominated by Glyceria maxima and Alnus sp. near KielExpand
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Factors Influencing Mesostigmata Mites (Acari, Parasitiformes) In The Alkaline Fen Habitats
Abstract Mesostigmata mite fauna was investigated in soil of one alkaline fen at Apšuciems in the Maritime Lowland in Latvia in 2009. Thirty sample plots were selected in the following way: half ofExpand
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A checklist of Latvian Cecidomyiinae (Diptera, Cecidomyiidae) with notes on new records
In total, 264 species of the subfamily Cecidomyiinae are known in Latvia, of them Oligotrophini - 149 species, Lasiopterini - 10, Asphondyliini - 3 and Cecidomyiini - 102 species. 25 species areExpand
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New finding of Trichinella britovi in a European beaver (Castor fiber) in Latvia
We report the first finding of Trichinella britovi in a European beaver. In Latvia, beaver is a common game animal and frequently used in human diet. A high prevalence of Trichinella infections inExpand
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The influence of vegetation structure on spider species richness, diversity and community organization in the Apšuciems calcareous fen, Latvia
La influencia de la estructura de la vegetacion en la riqueza de especies, la diversidad y la organizacion de las comunidades de aranas en el pantano en terreno calcareo de Apsuciems, en Letonia SeExpand
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The armoured mite fauna (Acari: Oribatida) from a long-term study in the Scots pine forest of the Northern Vidzeme Biosphere Reserve, Latvia
In 1992-2012, a considerable amount of soil micro-arthropods has been collected annually as a part of a project of the National Long-Term Ecological Research Network of Latvia at the Mazsalaca ScotsExpand
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