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Abstract The full‐grown larvae of Rh. (Pararhyacophila) lusitanica, munda, pulchra and terpsichore are described and illustrated. According to the results, the authors consider that the use of larval morphological characters would require some corrections to Schmid's vulgaris group phylogenetic...
Abstract Male and female genitalia of the Pyrenean species of Plectrocnemia (P. laetabilis, P. scruposa, P. conspersa, P. brevis and P. geniculata) are studied in detail. An identification key is provided.
Abstract A synopsis of Italian and Corsican Blephariceridae is provided. Approximately 9,000 specimens have been studied, most from the Apennines and Sicily. 18 species of all 5 European genera are known from this region, their distribution is shown on maps. Several faunal elements are...
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