• Corpus ID: 86321869

Parachironomus valdiviensis, spec. nov., and other changes to nomenclature of Neotropical Chironomidae (Insecta, Diptera)

@inproceedings{Spies2008ParachironomusVS,
  title={Parachironomus valdiviensis, spec. nov., and other changes to nomenclature of Neotropical Chironomidae (Insecta, Diptera)},
  author={M. Spies},
  year={2008}
}
Parachironomus Lenz from China and Japan (Diptera, Chironomidae)
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Members of the genus Parachironomus Lenz known from China and Japan are revised, and a key to their male adults is given, resulting in the new combinations Cryptochironomu inafegeus (Sasa, Kitami & Suzuki), DemicryptochironOMus (Irmakia) lobus (Yan, Sæther, Jin & Wang), and MicrochironomUS lacteipennis (Kieffer).
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The spatial distribution of chironomid communities in the littoral zone (0-20 m) of the western coast of the southern Baikal basin is investigated. The fauna is composed of 16 species and forms of
A new species of Parachironomus Lenz, 1921 (Diptera: Chironomidae: Chironominae), and description of immature stages of two other species from the Neotropical Region.
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Generic diagnoses for the adult male, pupa and larva are emended, and keys to pupae and larvae of four Parachironomus known from Brazil are presented.