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Selected external characters of adult representatives of all haliplid genera (Algophilus Zimmermann, Apteraliplus Chandler, Brychius Thomson, Haliplus Latreille, and Peltodytes Régimbart) were examined and analyzed phylogenetically. Small, subulate ultimate segments of the maxillary and labial...
In the present paper, the author describes a new species of Rhantus Dejean from Costa Rica, Rhantus souzannae sp.n., illustrating habitus, claws and aedeagus.
Hemerodromia slovenica sp.n. a new species of the aquatic dance flies (Empididae: Hemerodromiinae) from Yugoslavia, is described and illustrated.
GOELDLIN DE TIEFENAU, P. (ed.) (1988): Freshwater crayfish VII.—Published by Musée Zoologique Cantonal, Lausanne; XLVI + 408 pp.; ISBN 2.85340.199.5; 63 Swiss Francs, mailing included.
The male imago of Eukiefferiella halvorseni sp. n. is described from two specimens collected in Kashmir (India). The new species is a member of the E. gracei group. With respect to the hypopygial features it closely resembles E. fittkaui Lehmann, differing primarily by its extremely low AR....
Prosimulium hirtipes (Fries), P. tomosvaryi (Enderlein) and P. subrufipes Knoz together oviposit in June onto terrestrial moist moss, ca. 20 cm above streams. Batches may remain separate, but huge terrestrial egg masses with up to 56* 106 eggs, 2* 104 eggs cm2, may also be formed. Eggs do not...
Stactobia makartschenkoi Botosaneanu and Levanidova, 1988, from the Kuril Island Kunashir, is not the only described representative of the genus from the Far‐East. S. japonica Iwata, 1930, was summarily described (only larva and case) from Honshu, and a Stactobia sp. was mentioned and figured...
Video equipment was used to record the behaviour of larval blackflies in a laboratory stream simulating natural current and substratum conditions. In this way it was possible to identify the following behavioural patterns associated with locomotion: 1. Landing: The first contact of drifting...
The damaged male holotype of Hydrobaenus glacialis Lundström, 1915 is redescribed and transferred to the genus Chaetocladius Kieffer. The male imago is readily distinguished by the reduced antenna with 10–11 flagellomeres and by hypopygial features. The similarities with the H. lugubris group in...
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