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Limnophyes

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Kingdom  Animalia
Infraorder  Culicomorpha
Family  Chironomidae
Scientific name  Limnophyes
Higher classification  Orthocladiinae
Order  Fly
Suborder  Nematocera
Superfamily  Chironomoidea
Subfamily  Orthocladiinae
Phylum  Arthropoda
Rank  Genus
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Similar  Non‑biting midges, Fly, Psectrocladius, Orthocladiinae, Metriocnemus

Limnophyes is a genus of non-biting midges belonging to the family Chironomidae.

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Species

Species include:

Holarctic species

  • L. asquamatus
  • L. brachytomus
  • L. eltoni
  • L. minimus - global distribution except Australasia
  • L. natalensis - global distribution except Australasia and South America
  • L. ninae
  • L. pentaplastus
  • L. pumilio
  • European species

  • L. aagaardi - Norway, Eastern Palaearctic
  • L. angelicae - British Isles, Germany, European Russia
  • L. bidumus - Scandinavia, Germany, Italy
  • L. cranstoni - France, Andorra
  • L. difficilis - Palaearctic
  • L. edwardsi - Palaearctic
  • L. er - Scandinavia, European Russia
  • L. gurgicola - Palaearctic, Indomalaya, Near East
  • L. habilis - Palaearctic
  • L. inanispatina - France
  • L. italicola - Italy
  • L. madeirae - Madeira
  • L. palmensis - Canary Islands
  • L. paludis - Britain, Northwest Europe
  • L. prolatus - Germany, Novaya Zemlya
  • L. punctipennis - Western Europe
  • L. roquehautensis - France
  • L. schnelli - far north of Palaearctic
  • L. spinigus - Scandinavia, Central Europe
  • L. torulus - Norway, Novaya Zemlya
  • Nearctic species

  • L. anderseni
  • L. atomarius
  • L. carolinensis
  • L. coloradensis
  • L. doughmani
  • L. fumosus
  • L. hastulatus
  • L. margaretae
  • L. pilicistulus
  • L. prolongatus
  • L. recisus
  • References

    Limnophyes Wikipedia


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