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Genus Chironomus

 
 
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Chironomid Research Group at University of Minnesota
[cite:586034]

Peter Cranston's guide to larval Chironomidae
An illustrated guide to the larval Chironomidae of the world.

The Chironomid home page
[cite:487927]

Identification Manual for the Larval Chironomidae (Diptera) of North and South Carolina
Identification guide for all known Chironomidae larvae from North and South Carolina, by John Epler. "While this key is intended for use with North Carolina/South Carolina specimens, it should work well for most of the eastern United States." Errata and additions are available on John Epler's personal web site.

Diptera.info
arguably, world's most vibrant and influential forum, image gallery, and info resource on Diptera

[cite:1028758]

Nearctic Diptera (Discover Life's IDnature guide)
[cite:967018]

Identification Key to the Common Forensically Important Adult Flies (Diptera) of Northern Kentucky
Information and keys to important forensic flies in Kentucky.

Includes nice illustrations of fly anatomy, key to calyptrate families, and a key to species of Calliphoridae.


[cite:651175]

The Diptera Site
[cite:519058]
apparently a spinoff of(1); edited by Irina Brake, NHM London.
well worth exploring

 
 
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