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Aquatic Diptera larvae in Central, Northwest and North Europe. The forms and their identification, a survey Erik Mauch Aims of the treatise are: (1) Characterization of (semi)aquatic Diptera-Larvae on family level by descriptionand identification keys in form of family portraits. Treated are 45 families having water dependent larvae (afew, several, many, all species), according to literature and own observation. (2) Presentation of further taxonomicliterature for each family. (3) Identification of taxa below family level, as far as keys in literature couldbe adapted. A preceding general part provides a survey of the morphology of Diptera larvae, the relating terminologyand methods. The drawings in the text are supplemented by a gallery of colour photos.
Corrected reprint Vallenduuk, H. J. (2019): Chironomini larvae of western European lowlands (Diptera: Chironomidae). Keys with notes to the species. With a redescription of Glyptotendipes (Caulochironomus) nagorskayae and a first description of Glyptotendipes (Caulochironomus) kaluginae new species.- 444 Abb..- Lauterbornia 82: 1-217, Dinkelscherben. Geb. 59,00 The keys lead to 232 Chironomini species known from the lowland part of (mainly) western Europe and the mid-high mountain-area. The keys are mainly based on macroscopic characters for facilitating an identification. Many figures support the identification. Tables with morphological data make it possible to compare macroscopic and microscopic characters. For some genera a table with figures (gallery) is available.