The last instar larvae and pupae of Tipula (Arctotipula) (Diptera, Tipulidae) from Mongolia

@inproceedings{Podnien2006TheLI,
  title={The last instar larvae and pupae of Tipula (Arctotipula) (Diptera, Tipulidae) from Mongolia},
  author={Virginija Podėnienė and J. Gelhaus and Oyunchuluun Yadamsuren},
  year={2006}
}
ABSTRACT Descriptions, illustrations and habitat characteristics are given for the previously unknown larvae and pupae of Tipula (Arctotipula) hovsgolensis T. (A.) caliginosa and T. (A.) quadriloba and pupae of T. (A.) salicetorum. In addition the larval stage of Tipula (A.) conjuncta conjuncta is redescribed. For the first time in Tipula (Arctotipula) microscopic hairs on the abdomen, length of the abdominal tubercles, length of the lateral abdominal setae, the arrangement of hairs on the… Expand
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