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Posted by Martin Spies
 - October 28, 2022, 09:24:50 AM
Morrone, J. J. (2022) When phylogenetics met biogeography: Willi Hennig, Lars Brundin and the roots of phylogenetic and cladistic biogeography. Cladistics: 12 pp. (publd online 19.x.2022]
Posted by Martin Spies
 - October 01, 2022, 10:42:56 AM
Tang, H., Cheng, Q., Krosch, M. N., Cranston, P. S. (2022) Maritime midge radiations in the Pacific Ocean Diptera: Chironomidae). Syst Ent. 48(1): 111-126 + online suppl. material. [first publd online 17.viii.2022]

Webb, J. M., Cole, M. B., Simmons, T. (2022) DNA barcoding takes bioassessment further: New distribution records for aquatic macroinvertebrates from Alaskan national parks. Proc. ent. Soc. Washington 124(1): 131-149. [first publd online 13.ix.2022]
Posted by Martin Spies
 - July 07, 2022, 10:41:36 AM

Kettani, K. et al. [47 coauthors in total] (2022) Catalogue of the Diptera (Insecta) of Morocco—an annotated checklist, with distributions and a bibliography. ZooKeys 1094: 466 pp. [publd 12.iv.2022]

Tockner, K., Zarfl, C., Robinson, C. T. (eds) (2022) Rivers of Europe. Second edition. Elsevier, Amsterdam, etc.; xix + 922 pp. [several chapters include names of chironomid taxa; for comparison, see also the first ed. (Tockner, K., Uehlinger, U., Robinson, C. T. (eds) 2009)]