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Family Corydalidae - Dobsonflies and Fishflies

 
 
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Four new species of dobsonflies from California (Megaloptera: Corydalidae)
By Chandler H.P.
Pan-Pacif. Entomol. 30: 105-111, 1954

A new species of Corydalus Latreille from Venezuela (Megaloptera, Corydalidae)
By Contreras-Ramos A., von der Dunk K.
ZooKeys 67: 11–19, 2010

Systematics of the dobsonfly genus Corydalus (Megaloptera: Corydalidae)
By Contreras-Ramos A.
Entomological Society of America, Lanham, MD. 360 pp., 1998

A New Fishfly Species (Megaloptera: Corydalidae: Neohermes Banks) Discovered from North America by a Systematic Revision
By Xingyue Liu & Shaun L. Winterton
PLoS ONE 11(2): e0148319, 2016
Full title: A New Fishfly Species (Megaloptera: Corydalidae: Neohermes Banks) Discovered from North America by a Systematic Revision, with Phylogenetic and Biogeographic Implications

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DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0148319

A more extensive key to all (6) species found in the US is included. Also included are color photos of each species, diagrams of male and female terminalia, and range maps.

Variation in the terminalia of Neohermes concolor with a key to males of Neohermes in eastern North America
By Bowles D.E., Mathis M.A.
Insecta Mundi 6: 145-149, 1992

Phylogenetic review of dobsonflies of the subfamily Corydalinae and the genus Corydalus Latreille (Megaloptera: Corydalidae)
By Contreras-Ramos A.
Zootaxa 2862: 1–38, 2011

Alderflies, fishflies and dobsonflies (Insecta: Megaloptera) of the Interior Highlands, U.S.A.
By David E. Bowles and Robert W. Sites
Transactions of the American Entomological Society, Vol. 141. Issue 3, pp. 405-429, 2015
Full text for a limited time.
Read online free at JSTOR, thereafter.

A study of the Megaloptera of the Pacific coastal region of the United States.
By Evans, Elwin D.
Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon, USA., 1972
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This reference is very helpful for those interested in Megaloptera of California, Oregon, and Washington. It has many useful keys, descriptions, discussions and figures. It's the Ph.D. dissertation of E. D. Evans (210 pages, 124 figures), and is freely available as a PDF at this link [courtesy of the Bibliography of the Neuropterida page of the [url=http://lacewing.tamu.edu/Homepage/Ma

 
 
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