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Immature stages of two European species of the subgenus Meloehelea (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae), with keys to the European subgenera of Atrichopogon

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Larvae and pupae of Atrichopogon winnertzi Goetgebuer and A. oedemerarum StorÅ are described and illustrated. Larvae of both species are terrestrial and associated with rotting pine wood. Diagnoses are given for all stages. Immature stages of A. oedemerarum are described for the first time. A. meloesugans Kieffer, 1922 is recognized as a junior synonym of A. winnertzi Goetghebuer, 1922. Keys are provided to European subgenera of Atrichopogon based on all stages.

Affiliations: 1: R. Szadziewski & W Gilka, Department of Invertebrate Zoology, University of Gdansk, Pilsud- skiego 46, 81-378 Gdynia, Poland; 2: H. Anthon, OpnæsgÅrd 71 tv, DK-2970 Horsholm, Denmark


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