Ceratopogonidae


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The Tabi site, however, yielded eight additional families: Sarcophagidae, Ropalomeridae, Drosophilidae, Therevidae, Ceratopogonidae, Sciomyzidae, Calliphoridae, and Platystomatidae.
During the past 2 years, several entomological surveys of the Qinling Mountains were undertaken, which resulted in a large series of Ceratopogonidae deposited in the Insect Collection of the Zunyi Medical University, China.
1 Later Brian provided additional examples of rostrum elongation as a notable adaptation in various families of Diptera, including the Rhagionidae, Tanyderidae, Sciaridae and Ceratopogonidae that are principally associated with the specialised flora of the Cape region of South Africa (Kirk-Spriggs & Stuckenberg 2009: 158-159).
3 Asellus aquaticus 2 Astarte borealis 3 Balanus improvisus 2 Bathyporeia pilosa 3 Bithynia tentaculata 3 Boccardia redeki 2 Bylgides sarsi 3 Calliopius laeviusculus 3 Cerastoderma glaucum 2 Ceratopogonidae 2 Chelicorophium curvispinum 2 Chironomidae 1 Coleoptera 3 Collembola 3 Cordylophora caspia 2 Corixa spp.
The most significant differences between the zoobenthic communities in the lakes were revealed in the abundance and biomass of the whole Varia group, Gammaridae, and Ceratopogonidae (Table 2).
The Tabi site, however, reported 8 additional families: Sarcophagidae, Ropalomeridae, Drosophilidae, Therevidae, Ceratopogonidae, Sciomyzidae, Calliphoridae, and Platystomatidae.
Haliplidae Haliplus X Diptera Ceratopogonidae Palpomyia X X unident.
Rare taxa were not included in analyses and included Elmidae (consumed by both predators), Crambidae (consumed by a stonefly), and Ceratopogonidae (consumed by a hellgrammite).
Seven workshops also took place, dealing with specific themes or taxonomic groups: Agricultural Diptera, Calypratae, Syrphidae, Sciaroidea, Ceratopogonidae, 'Acalypratae', and Culicomorpha.
Ceratopogonidae, Chironomidae, Culicidae, and Tipulidae), and Hemiptera were the most frequently eaten aquatic insects by male and female snipe (Table 1).