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FIGURE 1. Tanypodinae, Chironominae, Orthocladiinae, Diamesinae


FIGURE 2. Tanypodinae


FIGURE 3. Ablabesmyia


FIGURE 4. Guttipelopia


FIGURE 5. Krenopelopia


FIGURE 6. Labrundinia


FIGURE 7. Monopelopia


FIGURE 8. Paramerina


FIGURE 9. Procladius


FIGURE 10. Summary of Tanypodinae


FIGURE 11. Tanytarsini


FIGURE 12. Corynocera ambigua


FIGURE 13. Corynocera oliveri-type


FIGURE 14. Tanytarsus lugens-type


FIGURE 15. Cladotanytarsus mancus-type


FIGURE 16. Cladotanytarsus mancus-type Poland


FIGURE 17. Cladotanytarsus type Poland


FIGURE 18. Pseudochironomus


FIGURE 19. Cladotanytarsus and Pseudochironomus


FIGURE 20. Constempellina


FIGURE 21. Micropsectra insignilobus-type


FIGURE 22. Micropsectra radialis-type


FIGURE 23. Paratanytarsus


FIGURE 24. Stempellina


FIGURE 25. Stempellinella Poland


FIGURE 26. Three taxa with ventromental plates wider than longer


FIGURE 27. Tanytarsus chinyensis-type


FIGURE 28. Tanytarsus glabrescens-type


FIGURE 29. Tanytarsus type Poland


FIGURE 30. Tanytarsus lactescens-type Poland


FIGURE 31. Tanytarsus lugens-type


FIGURE 32. Tanytarsus mendax-type


FIGURE 33. Tanytarsus pallidicornis-type


FIGURE 34. Tanytarsus special Poland


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


FIGURE 36. Characteristics of Chironomini


FIGURE 37. Chironomini larvula


FIGURE 38. Chironomus anthracinus-type


FIGURE 39. Chironomus plumosus-type


FIGURE 40. Cladopelma laccophilia-type


FIGURE 41. Cladopelma lateralis-type


FIGURE 42. Cryptochironomus


FIGURE 43. Dicrotendipes nervosus-type


FIGURE 44. Endochironomus albipennis-type


FIGURE 45. Endochironomus impar-type


FIGURE 46. Endochironomus tendens-type


FIGURE 47. Glyptotendipes barbipes-type


FIGURE 48. Glyptotendipes pallens-type


FIGURE 49. Glyptotendipes severini-type


FIGURE 50. Lauterborniella


FIGURE 51. Microchironomus


FIGURE 52. Microtendipes pedellus-type


FIGURE 53. Pagastiella


FIGURE 54. Parachironomus varus-type


FIGURE 55. Paracladopelma


FIGURE 56. Paratendipes albimanus-type


FIGURE 57. Phaenopsectra flavipes-type


FIGURE 58. Phaenopsectra type A


FIGURE 59. Polypedilum nubeculosum-type


FIGURE 60. Polypedilum sordens-type


FIGURE 61. Sergentia


FIGURE 62. Stictochironomus rosenschoeldi-type


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


FIGURE 64. Orthocladiinae


FIGURE 65. Chaetocladius piger-type


FIGURE 66. Corynoneura arctica-type


FIGURE 67. Corynoneura coronata-type


FIGURE 68. Corynoneura coronata-type Poland


FIGURE 69. Corynoneura lobata-type


FIGURE 70. Corynoneura type A


FIGURE 71. Differences between the different types of Corynoneura


FIGURE 72. Cricotopus cylindraceus-type Poland


FIGURE 73. Orthocladius type S


FIGURE 74. Cricotopus intersectus-type


FIGURE 75. Cricotopus laricomalis-type


FIGURE 76. Cricotopus bicinctus-type


FIGURE 77. Orthocladius


FIGURE 78. Summary of Cricotopus/Orthocladius


FIGURE 79. Diplocladius


FIGURE 80. Epoiocladius


FIGURE 81. Eukiefferiella/Tvetenia


FIGURE 82. Heterotanytarsus


FIGURE 83. Heterotrissocladius grimshawi-type


FIGURE 84. Heterotrissocladius marcidus-type


FIGURE 85. Heterotrissocladius maeaeri-type


FIGURE 86. Heterotrissocladius maeaeri-type 2


FIGURE 87. Heterotrissocladius subpilosus-type


FIGURE 88. Summary of Heterotrissocladius types


FIGURE 89. Hydrobaenus


FIGURE 90. Limnophyes


FIGURE 91. Nanocladius branchicolus-type


FIGURE 92. Nanocladius rectinervis-type


FIGURE 93. Paracladius


FIGURE 94. Paracricotopus


FIGURE 95. Parakiefferiella bathophila-type


FIGURE 96. Parakiefferiella triquetra-type


FIGURE 97. Parametriocnemus


FIGURE 98. Propsilocerus


FIGURE 99. Psectrocladius sordidellus-type 1


FIGURE 100. Psectrocladius sordidellus-type 2


FIGURE 101. Psectrocladius calcaratus-type


FIGURE 102. Psectrocladius septentrionalis-type


FIGURE 103. Psectrocladius barbatipes-type


FIGURE 104. Summary of Psectrocladius types


FIGURE 105. Pseudosmittia


FIGURE 106. Smittia


FIGURE 107. Symposiocladius


FIGURE 108. Zalutschia type B


FIGURE 109. Zalutschia zalutschicola-type


FIGURE 110. Diamesa


FIGURE 111. Protanypus


FIGURE 112. Monodiamesa


FIGURE 113. Prodiamesa


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