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The Australian endemic genus Imparipecten Freeman 1961 is revised, with descriptions newly provided for the immature stages. The single species, Imparipecten pictipes Freeman 1961, which mines immersed wood as a larva, is found in lotic waters in eastern Australia from northern New South Wales...
In Fennoscandia, two Chironomus species show the characteristic features of C. pilicornis Fabricius, but are different in karyotypes, larval types, pupal characters and size. I associated the smaller species with C. pilicornis and described the larger species as C. heteropilicornis sp.n. Both...
The life history of Hydatophylax intermedius Schmid was studied in Shojin Creek and Bankei Lake, Sapporo, Hokkaido, northern Japan, from June 1993 to June 1994. This species was univoltine with a spring adult period. Larvae first occurred in early June, developed to fifth instar by September,...
Ectoparasitic water mites of the genus Arrenurus which occur on the damselfly Nehalennia speciosa (Charpentier) were used to assess the impact upon distances flown by the dam‐selflies after release. The mite load was found to be independent of the host's sex. Mites were aggregated among the...
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