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In the present paper, based on material from Brazil, we present a contribution to the taxonomy of the Neotropical two-winged Leptophlebiidae. The male imago of Perissophlebiodes Savage is described, in addition to a new species of Askola Peters from Amazonas. Askola emmerichi Domínguez, Molineri...
Ten new species of the genus Rhagovelia Mayr are described from Colombia: Rhagovelia gastrotricha sp. n. (Altaquer, Río Ñambí, Nariño), R. cardia sp. n. (Altaquer, Río Ñambí, Nariño), R. vega sp. n. (Vereda La Vega, Oporapa, Huila), R. grandis sp. n. (Quebrada Caparrosa, Oporapa, Huila), R....
Larvae collected in phytotelmata on Palawan, the Philippines, were bred and yielded three new species of genus Exochomoscirtes which are described. Exochomoscirtes pupae are described for the first time, and supplementary descriptions of larvae and females and some biological notes are provided....
Three new species, Glyptotendipes (Glyptotendipes) fumilatus, G. (G.) ingenius and G. (G.) validens are described. A short account of habitat, construction of dwellings, food and feeding of the larva and emergence of the adult has also been appended. A new dichotomous key to the Indian species...
A new species of Pelomus Reiss, 1989 (Diptera: Chironomidae: Chironominae), P. sophiae sp. n., is described and figured as male, pupa and larva. Diagnoses for male and pupa of the genus are emended. The larvae, reared in the laboratory to obtain all life stages, were collected on bottom sand of...
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