• Corpus ID: 89454943

The neotropical predaceous midges of the genus alluaudomyia (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae)

  title={The neotropical predaceous midges of the genus alluaudomyia (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae)},
  author={Gustavo R Spinelli and Willis Wagner. Wirth},


Two hundred and thirty five species of Ceratopogonids arranged in 28 genera are listed for Colombia, mostly Culicoides (112 species) and Forcipomyia (50 species). For each listed species, information

New records of biting and predaceous midges from Florida, including species new to the fauna of the United States (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae)

The total number of Ceratopogonidae recorded from Florida is now 249 species contained within 27 genera, and Dasyhelea koenigi Delecolle and Rieb is a junior objective synonym of Dasygelea scissurae Macfie (NEW SYNONYM).

Three new species of the genus Alluaudomyia Kieffer, 1913 (Diptera, Ceratopogonidae) from the National Park of Hainan Tropical Rainforest, China

Three new species of the predaceous midges of genus Alluaudomyia Kieffer, 1913, two of which are of the maculipennis group, and one of the parva group, are described from the National Park of Hainan Tropical Rainforest, Hainingan Island, China.

Biting midges (Ceratopogonidae: Diptera) present in aquatic macrophytes from wetlands of Marchantaria Island, Iranduba, Central Amazonia, Brazil

Aquatic macrophytes are excellent substrates for immature Ceratopogonidae, which are important because of their value to the balance of biodiversity in ceratofauna in wetlands.

The pupae of the biting midges of the world (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae), with a generic key and analysis of the phylogenetic relationships between genera.

The pupae of species in each of the 45 genera of Ceratopogonidae known in this stage are diagnosed and described. A standard set of terms is provided, with a glossary, for all pertinent structures of