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Posted by: Martin Spies
« on: December 06, 2018, 04:18:46 AM »

Murray, D. A., O'Connor, J. P., Ashe, P. J. (2018) Chironomidae (Diptera) of Ireland - a review, checklist and their distribution in Europe. Occas. Publ. Irish biogeogr. Soc. 12: i-x, 1-404.

Reiff, N. (2018) Zuckmücken (Chironomidae) in diversen Gewässern des Gesäuses. [Non-biting midges (Chironomidae) in various waters of the Gesäuse mountains]. In: Kreiner, D. et al. (eds), Quellen-Forschung 2012-2017. Schriften des Nationalparks Gesäuse 15: 65-76.

Shimabukuro, E. M., Trivinho-Strixino, S. (2018) Madicolous Chironomidae from the Brazilian Atlantic Forest: a checklist with notes on altitudinal distributions (Diptera, Insecta). ZooKeys 751: 41-73 + online suppl. material.
Posted by: Martin Spies
« on: March 27, 2018, 01:21:02 AM »

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Borkent, A., Brown, B. V., Adler, P. H. et al. [59 authors in total, incl. Epler, J. H.] (2018) Remarkable fly (Diptera) diversity in a patch of Costa Rican cloud forest: Why inventory is a vital science. Zootaxa 4402(1): 053-090 + online suppl. file.