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Osflintia manu, new genus, new species, of long-horned caddisfly (Leptoceridae: Triplectidinae: Grumichellini) is described and illustrated from southeastern Peru. The phylogeny of Grumichellini Morse (Leptoceridae: Triplectidinae) is revisited and hypotheses of homology of some morphological...
A new species of the chironomid genus Tavastia was frequently collected in wetlands of the River Dalälven lowlands in central Sweden from 2002 to 2007. Unpublished data revealed that the species has been known from Finland since 1974. The new species T. yggdrasilia can be separated from other...
The larvae of Drusus improvisus McLachlan, 1884, Drusus camerinus Moretti, 1981 and Drusus aprutiensis Moretti, 1981 are re-described and discussed in the context of contemporary keys of European Drusinae species. In addition, phylogenetic, zoogeographical and ecological notes are included.
The genus Dolichocephala is newly recorded from Hainan Island, which represents the first record of the subfamily Clinocerinae from this island. A new species, Dolichocephala hainanensis sp. nov., is described. Its relationships with the relative species are discussed. An updated key to the...
The diet composition of epiphytic Cricotopus sylvestris group larvae (Chironomidae) was examined for two size classes (<5 mm and 5–10 mm) from April to December in a shallow hypertrophic lake in eastern Poland. The C. sylvestris group dominated the epiphytic midge community on stems of...
The larva of Tinodes braueri McLachlan 1878 is described for the first time and compared with the larvae of other species in the genus. In addition, notes on the zoogeography and ecology of the species are included.
Two new species of the family Beraeidae, Beraea alihosi sp.n. and Ernodes orduensis sp.n., from northeastern Turkey are described and illustrated. B. alihosi sp.n. is closely related to B. rostrata (Martynov 1913), found in the Caucasus, and E. orduensis sp.n. is related to E. anatolicus Cakin...
During field and laboratory studies on the life cycle of the water mite Ignacarus salarius Gerecke, 1999 (Acari: Hydrachnidia: Hydryphantidae) collected from a natural hypersaline stream, the first case of ovoviviparity in water mites was detected and investigated. The particular form of...
The genus Synoestropsis contains 10 described species, six of which occur in Brazil. The species S. furcata was described by Flint (1974), based on adults only. In this paper, the larvae are described and illustrated. This description constitutes the first definitive species-level association in...
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