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Selected recent publications on larval morphology

Started by Martin Spies, December 15, 2016, 09:12:52 AM

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Martin, J., Chingangbam, D. S. (2016) An additional larval type in the genus Chironomus – the yama-type. CHIRONOMUS J. Chironomidae Res. 29: 38 [publ. online (xii.2016)]

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Cuppen, H., Tempelman, D., Haaren, T. van (2017) Photographic catalogue of North West European Tanytarsus species (Diptera: Chironomidae: Chironominae: Tanytarsini). Macrofaunanieuwsmail 135, spec. bijlage [appendix]; 103 pp. [publd online,]

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"Terminology of ... the dorsal head and maxilla of the larva is reviewed." (Cranston 2019: 461).

Cranston, P. S. (2019) Riethia (Kieffer 1917) (Diptera: Chironomidae) revised for the Austro-Pacific Region. Zootaxa 4646(3): 461-500. [publd 25.vii.2019]

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Laug, A., Hamerlík, L., Anslan, S., Engels, S., Turner, F., Wang, J., Schwalb, A. (2019) Acricotopus indet. morphotype incurvatus: Description and genetics of a new Orthocladiinae (Diptera: Chironomidae) larval morphotype from the Tibetan Plateau. Zootaxa 4656(3): 535-544.

Ospina-Pérez, E. M., Campeón-Morales, O. I., Richardi, V. S., Rivera-Páez, F. A. (2019) Histological description of immature Chironomus columbiensis (Diptera: Chironomidae): A potential contribution to environmental monitoring. Microscopy Res. Technique 82( 8 ): 1277-1289.

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Michailova, P., Ilkova, J., Kovalenko, P. A., Gorobchyshyn, V. A., Kozeretska, I. A., Convey, P. (2021) External morphology of larvae of Belgica antarctica Jacobs, 1900 (Diptera, Chironomidae) obtained from two locations in maritime Antarctica. Insects 12(9, paper 792): 11 pp.

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Michailova, P. (2024) Markers in the polytene chromosomes of freshwater Chironomus Meigen (Diptera, Chironomidae) species. Zootaxa 5453(4): 511-537. [publd 22.v.2024]

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