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Bibliography

Recommended reading

Recommended reading to better understand Chironomidae

  • Andersen, T., Cranston, P. S. and Epler, J. H. (eds.) (2013) Chironomidae of the Holarctic region - Keys and diagnoses - Larvae. Insect Syst. Evol. Suppl.,66: 1-573 pp.
  • Japanese Association for Chironomidae Studies (ed.) (2010) Chironomidae of Japan. Bun-ichi Co., Ltd., Tokyo, xlviii + 356 pp. (in Japanese)
  • Kondo, S., Hirabayashi, K., Iwakuma, T. and Ueno, R. (eds.) (2001) The World of Chironomidae. Baifukan, Tokyo, xii + 306 pp. (in Japanese)
  • Langton, P. H. and Pinder, L. C. V. (2007) Keys to the adult male Chironomidae of Britain and Ireland. Volume 1: Introductory text, keys, references, checklist and index. Freshwater Biological Association, 240 pp.
  • Langton, P. H. and Pinder, L. C. V. (2007) Keys to the adult male Chironomidae of Britain and Ireland. Volume 2: Illustrations of the hypopygia. Freshwater Biological Association, Volume 2: 168 pp.
  • Sæther, O. A., Ashe, P. and Murray, D. A. (2000) Family Chironomidae. In: Papp, L. and Darvas, B. (eds): Contributions to a manual of Palaearctic Diptera. Appendix, Science Herald, Budapest, 113-334 pp.
  • Sasa, M. and Kikuchi, M. (1995) Chironomidae (Diptera) of Japan. University of Tokyo Press, Tokyo, Japan, 333 pp.
  • Wiederholm, T. (ed.) (1983) Chironomidae of the Holarctic region. Keys and diagnoses. Part 1. Larvae. Entomol. Scand. Suppl., 19: 1-457 pp.
  • Wiederholm, T. (ed.) (1989) Chironomidae of the Holarctic region. Keys and diagnoses. Part 3. Adult males. Entomol. Scand. Suppl., 19: 1-538 pp.

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