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The Aouali and Damour watersheds include the main river systems of southern Lebanon. Seven species of Simuliidae were collected from 27 sampling stations along these streams. Simulium nihan. sp. is described; it is related to the species of the monticola‐group. Three species have a restricted...
The morphology of 3rd‐instar larvae of the genus Hydroporus Clairville was studied. Generic characters are given to separate this genus from the genera Suphrodytes Gozis and Coelambus Thomson. Diagnostic characters for the separation of larvae of the Hydroporus species are briefly discussed and...
KAWAI, T. (ed.) (1985): An Illustrated Book of Aquatic Insects of Japan. — VIII + 409 pp; Tokai University Press, Tokyo; 8500 Yen; ISBN4–486–00884–7 C3645. BÜTTIKER, W. & F. KRUPP (eds.) (1985): Fauna of Saudi Arabia, 6 (1984), 556 and several unnumbered pp.; publ. by Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,...
A new chironomid species, Diamesa subletti sp.n. from Alberta, Canada, is described and illustrated.
A key to the larvae of Potamophylax nigricornis (Pictet), P. cingulatus (Stephens), P. lati‐pennis (Curtis), P.luctuosus (Pill & Mitt.) and P. rotundipennis (Brauer) is given. Data on life cycles, flight periods and larval habitats are also provided.
Leuctra anatoiica sp.n. from west Anatolia, Turkey is described and illustrated.
Ecnomus mennelli sp.n. from Lake Naivasha, Kenya, belongs to the natalensis‐group. E. thomasseti was also found at the lake, and these are the first records of Trichoptera from Naivasha. Adults and larvae of both species were collected, and an analysis of the gut contents of the larvae showed...
The male imagines of R. thomasi sp.n. and R. monserrati sp.n. are described and figured, based on fresh specimens from Spain. Differences between these and the related species are discussed.
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