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The pattern of Ephemeroptera, Plecoptera and Trichoptera (EPT) distribution in rivers of Gunung Jerai catchment in Kedah, a northern state in Peninsular Malaysia, varied significantly among rivers (p < 0.005) coinciding with the substrate embeddedness and shaded areas of their habitats....
Labrundinia maculata Roback, 1971 is placed as a new junior synonym of Labrundinia longipalpis (Goetghebuer, 1921). The male and female adults, pupa and larva of the species are redescribed and figured. The species is now considered Holarctic in distribution and new records are reported.
A new species Acentrella rallatoma (type locality: Connetquot River, Oakdale, NY, USA) is described from nymphs and reared adults. Additional specimens were studied from southeastern New York, southeastern New Hampshire, coastal Connecticut, and Martha's Vineyard, MA, USA. Nymphs can be...
The male drumming calls of four species of the genus Capnioneura, and for the first time, the female answer signal from one species of this genus are described. Only the male call of C. mitis from a southern Iberian Peninsula is known. In the current study, the male calls of three additional C....
Larvae of the chironomid genus Propsilocerus Kieffer (Diptera: Chironomidae), known from the Palaearctic region and from subfossil larval head capsules in North America, have been found living in remote British Columbia, Canada. We review the morphology and ecology of the taxon in North America,...
Identification of indicator species is invaluable for lake management and long-term environmental change assessments. In this study, multi- and intralake datasets were investigated for their fossil midge assemblages (mostly Chironomidae) in the surface sediment layers representing the modern...
The paper gives a description of the hitherto unknown larvae of Limnephilus femoratus (Zetterstedt, 1840) and Limnephilus subnitidus McLachlan, 1875. Information on the morphology of the fifth instar larvae is given, and the most important diagnostic features are illustrated. In the context of...
Annitella apfelbecki is one of three Annitella species with distribution ranges restricted to the Balkan Peninsula. In this paper, we describe the hitherto unknown female of A. apfelbecki and give the most important morphological features to enable its identification and separation from the...
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