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The holotype of Hydromanicus malayanus is re‐examined and redescribed, and features, of taxonomic importance discussed.
This study provides the first, although limited, examination of the diets of the only two Irish perlids, Dinocras cephalotes (Curtis) and Perla bipunctata (Pictet). D. cephalotes was found to include a wide range of prey items in its diet (including plant matter) but the major components (Baetis...
WIEDERHOLM, T. (ed.) (1989): Chironomidae of the Holarctic region Keys and Diagnoses Part 3. Adult males.—Ent. Scand. Suppl. 34: 1–532. ISSN 0105–3574; $97, plus delivery charges. PECKARSKY, B.L., FRAISSINET, P. R., PENTON, M.A. and D. J. CONKLIN, JR. (1990): Freshwater Macroinvertebrates of...
Various relative and absolute densities of two prey species, chironomid larvae and adult Corixa were presented to individual larvae of Anax imperator. Although these larvae preferred chironomid larvae, the quantity of each prey species eaten depended mainly on the density of that prey species....
Chelifera wagneri sp.n. (Diptera, Empididae: Hemerodro miinae), a new species of the aquatic dance flies from Macedonia (Yugoslavia), is described and illustrated.
The mating calls of the males of Perla madritensis are described. The specific distinctness of Perla madritensis from P. marginata (Panzer, 1799) is confirmed.
Adult caddisflies from brackish water in a coastal area in the northern part of the Gulf of Bothnia were captured for a period of four years with suction and light traps. Fifty‐three species and more than 30000 specimens were collected, and they mainly belonged to Hydroptilidae, Limnephilidae,...
Epizoic larvae of Rheotanytarsus sp. (Diptera, Chironomidae, Chironominae) were found on larvae of Austroaeschna atrata Martin (Odonata, Aeshnidae, Brachytroninae) from two sub‐alpine mountain streams in north‐eastern Victoria, Australia.
The bizarre Bornean and Philippine psychodid, Mormia maai (Quate), is placed with two northern Australian species, hespera sp.n. and oriens sp.n., in a new subgenus of Mormia Enderlein, Tarbaleomyia subg. nov. (type species, Telmatoscopus maai Quate, 1962), characterized by its uniquely...
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