Some observations on the Chironomidae (Diptera) of ponds
Bull. Annls Soc. r. belge Ent 01/1995; 131(2):187-189.
During the study of communities of benthic invertebrates in three large ponds in Waelenhoek (Niel, Belgium) and the pond of Fort VI (Wilrijk, Belgium) several interesting Chironomid species were found (Int Panis et al., 1992;1993). Some observations on the food of Anatopynia plumipes (Fries, 1823) and the habitat of Cladopelma gr. laccophila are discussed in this paper.
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