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Abstract This paper contains a redescription of the larval and imaginai characters of the enigmatic Archithremma ulachensis Martynov. This genus appears to be a very isolated relict. It belongs to the Limnephilidae, but does not fall within any of the recognized subfamilies.
Abstract Edwardsina (Tonnoirina) confusa sp. n. is described from New South Wales. Previous records of E. (T.) spinosa Zwick from Barrington Tops were erroneous. The presumedly extinct E. (T.) lasmaniensis Tonnoir has been rediscovered in SW Tasmania.
Abstract A new species, Nemoura klapperichi is described from Fukien province, Southern China.
Abstract The present study is based on 2542 specimens of crane‐fly adults collected at Salem Creek, Ontario, in 1977. The fauna consisted of two species of Ptychopteridae, one of Trichoceridae and 86 of Tipulidae. Eight species were aquatic, 22 semi‐aquatic and 59 terrestrial. The peak flight...
Abstract Adult midges infected with Entomophthora culicis were found in July and August of 1979 and 1980 on the moist‐shaded surfaces of concrete drainage basins in Ithaca, New York. Host species included Chirunomus crassicaudatus, C. decorus, and Dicrotendipes nervosus. It is suggested that...
Abstract A new genus, Kirrama from Queensland is erected. The adults of the following new species are described: Kirrama abolos (♂), Leptoperta angularis (♀), L. collessi (♂, ♀), L. commoni (♂, ♀), L. magnicauda (♂, ♀) and L. uptoni (♂, ♀) from Queensland, L albicincta (♂, ♀) from Victoria, L....
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