Trichomycetes in Argentinean aquatic insect larvae

@article{Lichtwardt1999TrichomycetesIA,
  title={Trichomycetes in Argentinean aquatic insect larvae},
  author={Robert W. Lichtwardt and Leonard C. Jr. Ferrington and Claudia Cristina L{\'o}pez Lastra},
  journal={Mycologia},
  year={1999},
  volume={91},
  pages={1060-1082}
}
Investigations of larval aquatic Diptera (Chironomidae, Simuliidae, Culicidae), Coleoptera (Scirtidae), and Plecoptera (Gripopterygidae, Notonemouridae) in Buenos Aires Province and three Provinces... 

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