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Supertribe Lasiopteridi

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The spruce shoot gall midges (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae): Piceacecis, a new genus for a non-native pest of Norway spruce from Europ
By Gagne, R.J., Graney, L.
Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 116(4):378-393, 2015
Abstract here

Additions to the Gall Midge Fauna of New England
By Felt, Ephraim Porter
Psyche: Journal of Entomology: vol. 21, 109-114, 1914
Download PDH here

The gall midges of California [Diptera: Itonididae (Cecidomyiidae)]
By Pritchard A.E.
Bull. Calif. Insect Survey 2: 125-150, 1953

The larvae of the gall midges (Diptera, Cecidomyiidae): comparative morphology, biology, keys
By B.M. Mamaev & N.P. Krivosheina
Rev. ed. Rotterdam: Balkema. 293 pp., 1993
Translated from the 1965 Russian original version by J.H. Wieffering, edited by J.C. Roskam.
Full text; review

The Plant-Feeding Gall Midges of North America
By Raymond J. Gagné
Cornell University Press, 1989
If you've gotten as far as figuring out that your gall was made by a midge (Cecidomyiidae), you should be able to figure out the species from this book's illustrations and keys.

Mycetophilidae: (Bolitophilinae, Ditomyiinae, Diadocidiinae, Keroplatinae, Sciophilinae and Manotinae) - Diptera, Nematocera
By Hutson, A. M.; Ackland, D. M. & Kidd, L. N.
Royal Entomological Society of London, 1980
Handbooks for the identification of British insects - Vol. IX, Part 3

The Systematics, Phylogeny, and Zoogeography of Symmerus Walker and Australosymmerus Freeman (Mycetophilidae: Ditomyiinae)
By Munroe, Donald Douglas
Memoirs of the Entomological Society of Canada - No. 92, 1974
Diptera: Sciaroidea: Ditomyiidae

Monographs of the Diptera of North America
By Hermann Loew
Smithsonian Institution, Volume 6, 1862
View Monograph here

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