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Abstract Six species of Dicosmoecus are recognized: the palatus species group of Siberia and Japan [palatus (McL.), obscuripennis Banks, and jozankeanus Mats.)]; and the atripes species group of western montane North America [atripes (Hagen), gilvipes (Hagen), and pallicornis Banks]. D....
Abstract A species of the fungus Entomophthora attacks adult caddisflies causing mortality in a southern Alberta population. Although more than one species of trichopteran occur together both spatially and temporally at the pond, only one species is infected by the pathogen.
Abstract Two discrete periods of adult emergence indicated that an unknown Chironomus population consisted of a pair of sibling species. Morphometric analysis of all life history stages confirmed this hypothesis. The new species Chironomus prior and C. tardus can be distinguished as larvae,...
Abstract The first instar nymphs of twenty‐five species of Australian stoneflies (Plecoptera), belonging to seventeen genera and representing the families Eustheniidae, Austroperlidae, Gripopterygidae and Notonemouridae are described and illustrated. Diagnostic characters are given foreach...
Abstract The male imago of a new species of Beraeidae from the South‐Western Alps is described. Beraea alticola Vaillant, 1967, is synonymized with B. pullata (Curtis, 1834). Information on the ecological requirements of the six species of Beraeidae from the Eastern part of France is given.
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