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The larval instars and population dynamics of five species of black flies (Diptera: Simuliidae) and their responses to selected environmental factors



The larval instars and population dynamics of five species of black flies (Diptera: Simuliidae) and their responses to selected environmental factors



Canadian Journal of Zoology, 568: 1633-1642



Measurements of postgenal length showed that in streams and ponds in Michigan there were 7 larval instars in Prosimulium fuscum Syme & Davies and P. mixtum Syme & Davies in the first cohort in 1975-76 and 6 in the second, when temperatures were higher. There were 7 instars in Simulium vittatum Zett. and 6 in Cnephia mutata (Mall.) (Stegopterna mutata); the number could not be determined in C. dacotensis (D. & S.).

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DOI: 10.1139/z78-226



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