Male flagellum 11-segmented, inferior volsellae large. Frontal tubercles often present. Typically larger species.
Includes Chironomus, Einfeldia, Glyptotendipes, and other close relatives.
Contributed by John F. Carr on 2 November, 2009 - 6:58pm Last updated 6 March, 2010 - 8:58am
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