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Posted by Martin Spies
 - May 07, 2022, 02:06:38 PM

Montaño-Campaz, M. L., Dias, L. G., Bacca, T., Toro-Restrepo, B., Oliveira, E. E. (2022) Exposures to deltamethrin on immature Chironomus columbiensis drive sublethal and transgenerational effects on their reproduction and wing morphology. Chemosphere 296: . [publd online 28.ii.2022]
Posted by Martin Spies
 - April 02, 2022, 02:38:36 PM

Finch, G., Nandyal, S., Perretta, C., Davies, B., Rosendale, A. J., Holmes, C. J., Gantz, J. D., Spacht, D. E., Bailey, S. T., Chen, X., Oyen, K., Didion, E. M., Chakraborty, S., Lee Jr, R. E., Denlinger, D. L., Matter, S. F., Attardo, G. M., Weirauch, M. T., Benoit, J. B. (2020) Multi-level analysis of reproduction in an Antarctic midge identifies female and male accessory gland products that are altered by larval stress and impact progeny viability. Scientific Reports 10(item 19791): 27 pp. + online suppl. material.

Imada, Y. (2020) A novel leaf-rolling chironomid, Eukiefferiella endobryonia sp. nov. (Diptera, Chironomidae, Orthocladiinae), highlights the diversity of underwater chironomid tube structures. ZooKeys 906: 73-111.
Posted by Martin Spies
 - November 20, 2018, 11:47:52 AM
Yamamoto, M., Yamamoto, N., Tang, H. (2018) Two new chironomids bearing peculiar morphological features from Japan and China (Diptera: Chironomidae). In: Lencioni, V., Cranston, P. S., Makarchenko, E. A. (eds), Recent advances in the study of Chironomidae: An overview. J. Limnol. 77(1s): 40-49.
[NOTE: Nomenclatural changes in this paper do not take effect from its online version.]