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Started by Martin Spies, November 20, 2018, 11:30:15 AM

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Prat, N., García-Roger, E. M. (2018) Are there so many congeneric species of chironomid larvae in a small stream? In: Lencioni, V., Cranston, P. S., Makarchenko, E. A. (eds), Recent advances in the study of Chironomidae: An overview. J. Limnol. 77(1s): 65-80 + online suppl. material.

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2020

Lackmann, A. R. , McEwen, D. C., Butler, M. G. (2020) Evidence of parthenogenetic populations from the Paratanytarsus laccophilus species group (Diptera: Chironomidae) in the Alaskan Arctic. CHIRONOMUS J. Chironomidae Res. 33: 48-58. [publd online (13.ix.2020)]

Veko, E. N., Polilov, A. A. (2020) Vliyanie miniatyurizatsii na anatomnyu Corynoneura scutellata Winnertz 1846 (Diptera, Chironomidae) - odnogo iz mel'chaishikh dyukrylykh. (The effects of miniaturization on the anatomy of Corynoneura scutellata Winnertz 1846 (Diptera, Chironomidae), one of the smallest dipterans). Zool. Zh. 99(12): 1398-1410. [in Russian, with English abstract]

Martin Spies

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2021

Baranov, V., Jourdan, J., Hunter-Moffatt, B., Noori, S., Schölderle, S., Haug, J. T. (2021) Global size pattern in a group of important ecological indicators (Diptera, Chironomidae) is driven by latitudinal temperature gradients. Insects 13(1, item 34): 12 pp. + online suppl. material. [publd online 28.xii.2021]

Luís, A. T., Córdoba, F., Antunes, C., Loayza-Muro, R., Grande, J. A., Silva, B., Diaz-Curiel, J., Ferreira da Silva, E. (2021) Extremely acidic eukaryotic (micro) organisms: Life in acid mine drainage polluted environments—Mini-review. Int. J. envir. Res. public Health 19(item 376): 13 pp. [first publd online 30.xii.2021].

Pak, N., Wu, S., Gibson, J. F. (2021) The evolution of marine dwelling in Diptera. Ecology and Evolution 11(16): 11440-11448 + online suppl. material.

Martin Spies

2022

Makarchenko, E. A., Semenchenko, A. A., Palatov, D. M. (2022) Chironomids are commensals of the larvae and pupae of Blephariceridae and Simuliidae from the North Caucasus (Diptera: Chironomidae: Orthocladiinae). Zootaxa 5141(4): 373-384. [publd 27.v.2022]

Prat, N. (2022) A case of phoresis of midges on Zygoptera. CHIRONOMUS J. Chironomidae Res. 35: 1 p. [publd 7.iii.2022]

Ward, M. S., Sites, R. W. (2022) Descriptions of the nymphal instars of Gestroiella siamensis Polhemus, Polhemus, and Sites (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Naucoridae) and phoretic association with Nanocladius Kieffer (Diptera: Chironomidae). Proc. ent. Soc. Washington 123(4): 869-877. [publd 13.iv.2022]

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