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FIGURE 1. Tanypodinae, Chironominae, Orthocladiinae, Diamesinae

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FIGURE 2. Tanypodinae

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FIGURE 3. Ablabesmyia

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FIGURE 4. Guttipelopia

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FIGURE 5. Krenopelopia

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FIGURE 6. Labrundinia

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FIGURE 7. Monopelopia

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FIGURE 8. Paramerina

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FIGURE 9. Procladius

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FIGURE 10. Summary of Tanypodinae

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FIGURE 11. Tanytarsini

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FIGURE 12. Corynocera ambigua

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FIGURE 13. Corynocera oliveri-type

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FIGURE 14. Tanytarsus lugens-type

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FIGURE 15. Cladotanytarsus mancus-type

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FIGURE 16. Cladotanytarsus mancus-type Poland

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FIGURE 17. Cladotanytarsus type Poland

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FIGURE 18. Pseudochironomus

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FIGURE 19. Cladotanytarsus and Pseudochironomus

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FIGURE 20. Constempellina

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FIGURE 21. Micropsectra insignilobus-type

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FIGURE 22. Micropsectra radialis-type

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FIGURE 23. Paratanytarsus

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FIGURE 24. Stempellina

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FIGURE 25. Stempellinella Poland

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FIGURE 26. Three taxa with ventromental plates wider than longer

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FIGURE 27. Tanytarsus chinyensis-type

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FIGURE 28. Tanytarsus glabrescens-type

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FIGURE 29. Tanytarsus type Poland

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FIGURE 30. Tanytarsus lactescens-type Poland

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FIGURE 31. Tanytarsus lugens-type

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FIGURE 32. Tanytarsus mendax-type

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FIGURE 33. Tanytarsus pallidicornis-type

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FIGURE 34. Tanytarsus special Poland

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FIGURE 35. Summary of Tanytarsini types with spur on the pedestal

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FIGURE 36. Characteristics of Chironomini

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FIGURE 37. Chironomini larvula

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FIGURE 38. Chironomus anthracinus-type

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FIGURE 39. Chironomus plumosus-type

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FIGURE 40. Cladopelma laccophilia-type

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FIGURE 41. Cladopelma lateralis-type

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FIGURE 42. Cryptochironomus

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FIGURE 43. Dicrotendipes nervosus-type

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FIGURE 44. Endochironomus albipennis-type

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FIGURE 45. Endochironomus impar-type

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FIGURE 46. Endochironomus tendens-type

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FIGURE 47. Glyptotendipes barbipes-type

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FIGURE 48. Glyptotendipes pallens-type

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FIGURE 49. Glyptotendipes severini-type

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FIGURE 50. Lauterborniella

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FIGURE 51. Microchironomus

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FIGURE 52. Microtendipes pedellus-type

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FIGURE 53. Pagastiella

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FIGURE 54. Parachironomus varus-type

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FIGURE 55. Paracladopelma

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FIGURE 56. Paratendipes albimanus-type

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FIGURE 57. Phaenopsectra flavipes-type

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FIGURE 58. Phaenopsectra type A

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FIGURE 59. Polypedilum nubeculosum-type

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FIGURE 60. Polypedilum sordens-type

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FIGURE 61. Sergentia

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FIGURE 62. Stictochironomus rosenschoeldi-type

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FIGURE 63. Differences between the head capsules with three or four median teeth on the mentum and compressedlateral teeth

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FIGURE 64. Orthocladiinae

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FIGURE 65. Chaetocladius piger-type

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FIGURE 66. Corynoneura arctica-type

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FIGURE 67. Corynoneura coronata-type

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FIGURE 68. Corynoneura coronata-type Poland

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FIGURE 69. Corynoneura lobata-type

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FIGURE 70. Corynoneura type A

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FIGURE 71. Differences between the different types of Corynoneura

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FIGURE 72. Cricotopus cylindraceus-type Poland

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FIGURE 73. Orthocladius type S

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FIGURE 74. Cricotopus intersectus-type

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FIGURE 75. Cricotopus laricomalis-type

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FIGURE 76. Cricotopus bicinctus-type

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FIGURE 77. Orthocladius

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FIGURE 78. Summary of Cricotopus/Orthocladius

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FIGURE 79. Diplocladius

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FIGURE 80. Epoiocladius

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FIGURE 81. Eukiefferiella/Tvetenia

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FIGURE 82. Heterotanytarsus

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FIGURE 83. Heterotrissocladius grimshawi-type

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FIGURE 84. Heterotrissocladius marcidus-type

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FIGURE 85. Heterotrissocladius maeaeri-type

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FIGURE 86. Heterotrissocladius maeaeri-type 2

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FIGURE 87. Heterotrissocladius subpilosus-type

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FIGURE 88. Summary of Heterotrissocladius types

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FIGURE 89. Hydrobaenus

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FIGURE 90. Limnophyes

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FIGURE 91. Nanocladius branchicolus-type

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FIGURE 92. Nanocladius rectinervis-type

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FIGURE 93. Paracladius

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FIGURE 94. Paracricotopus

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FIGURE 95. Parakiefferiella bathophila-type

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FIGURE 96. Parakiefferiella triquetra-type

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FIGURE 97. Parametriocnemus

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FIGURE 98. Propsilocerus

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FIGURE 99. Psectrocladius sordidellus-type 1

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FIGURE 100. Psectrocladius sordidellus-type 2

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FIGURE 101. Psectrocladius calcaratus-type

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FIGURE 102. Psectrocladius septentrionalis-type

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FIGURE 103. Psectrocladius barbatipes-type

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FIGURE 104. Summary of Psectrocladius types

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FIGURE 105. Pseudosmittia

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FIGURE 106. Smittia

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FIGURE 107. Symposiocladius

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FIGURE 108. Zalutschia type B

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FIGURE 109. Zalutschia zalutschicola-type

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FIGURE 110. Diamesa

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FIGURE 111. Protanypus

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FIGURE 112. Monodiamesa

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FIGURE 113. Prodiamesa

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