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The madicolous tipulidae diptera of eastern north america with descriptions of the biology and immature stages of dactylolabis montana osten sacken and dactylolabis hudsonica alexander diptera tipulidae


, : The madicolous tipulidae diptera of eastern north america with descriptions of the biology and immature stages of dactylolabis montana osten sacken and dactylolabis hudsonica alexander diptera tipulidae. Canadian Entomologist 120(6): 569-574

The Tipulidae occurring in madicolous habitats of eastern North America are briefly discussed. Biological information is given for Dactylolabis montana (Osten Sacken) and D. hudsonica Alexander. A larval key to separate them is provided, as well as descriptions of larvae and pupae for both species.

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