Contributions to Chironomid Research
in Memory of Dr. Friedrich Reiss
The contents are almost exclusively scientific rather than personal, but we believe Dr. Reiss would have preferred it this way. He would have enjoyed applying the papers in practical work, and so, we hope, will the readers.
Although the authors had to add this to all their other work under tight time constraints, the editors received more contributions than could be fit within one regular SPIXIANA, even though issue 23/2 was enlarged from the normal 96 to 128 pages. Some papers thus had to be delayed until issue 23/3 published in early November 2000.
Baehr, M. & M. Spies (eds) 2000: Contributions to chironomid research in memory of Dr. Friedrich Reiss.
|Cranston, P. S.||Austrobrillia Freeman: immature stages, and new species from the Neotropics|
|Ashe, P.||Reissmesa, nom. nov., a replacement name for Reissia Brundin|
|Makarchenko, E. A.||Cricotopus (Cricotopus) reissi, spec. nov. from Chukchi Peninsula, northeastern Russia|
|Oliveira, S. J. de||A new, non-marine species of the genus Thalassomya Schiner, 1856|
|Orendt, C.||Chironomids of small Alpine water bodies (springs, spring brooks, pools, small lakes) of the northern Calcareous Alps|
|Jacobsen, R. E. & S. A. Perry||A review of Beardius Reiss & Sublette, with description of a new species from Everglades National Park, Florida|
|Sublette, J. E. & M. S. Mulla||Chironomus strenzkei Fittkau, a new Pan-American distribution, with a review of recent similar additions to the Nearctic midges|
|Wülker, W. F. & J. Martin||Northernmost Chironomus karyotypes|
|Biró, K.||Chironomidae from Hungary 2. New records of Lipiniella moderata Kalugina, 1970|
|Messias, M. C.||Oukuriella reissi, a new species of the genus Oukuriella Epler, 1986|
|Caldwell, B. A.||First Nearctic record of Neostempellina Reiss, with description of a new species|
|Trivinho-Strixino, S. & G. Strixino||A new species of Caladomyia Säwedal, 1981, with description of the female and immature stages|
|Reiff, N.||Review of the mainly Neotropical genus Caladomyia Säwedal, 1981, with descriptions of seven new species|
|Langton. P. H. & X.-F. Garcia||A review of Cladotanytarsus conversus (Johannsen) with first records from Europe|
|Sanseverino, A. M. & S. Wiedenbrug||Description of the pupa of Tanytarsus cuieirensis Fittkau & Reiss|
|Butler, M. G.||Tanytarsus aquavolans, spec. nov. and Tanytarsus nearcticus, spec. nov., two surface-swarming midges from arctic tundra ponds|
|Stur, E. & T. Ekrem||Tanytarsus usambarae, spec. nov. from West Usambara Mts., Tanzania, East Africa|
|Ashe, P., J. P. O'Connor & D. A. Murray||Larvae of Eurycnemus crassipes (Panzer) (Diptera, Chironomidae) ectoparasitic on prepupae/pupae of Hydropsyche siltalai Döhler (Trichoptera, Hydropsychidae), with a summary of known chironomid/trichopteran associations|
|Kyerematen, R. A. K., T. Andersen & O. A. Sæther||A review of Oriental Rheotanytarsus Thienemann & Bause, with descriptions of some new species|
|Paggi, A. C. & D. Añon Suarez||A new species of Ablabesmyia from Rio Negro province, Argentina, with descriptions of the adult female and preimaginal stages|
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