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FIGURE 1. Habitus of male representatives of the group Libanochlites. 1. Libanochlites eocenicus sp. nov. HT: Dip 00606. 2. L. neocomicus Brundin, 1976.

 

 

 

FIGURE 2. Tibial spurs of third thoracic appendages of male representatives of the group Libanochlites. 1. Libanochlites eocenicus sp. nov. HT: Dip 00606. 2. L. neocomicus Brundin, 1976.

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FIGURE 3.  Mouthparts of male representatives of Chironomidae. 1. L. eocenicus sp. nov. HT: Dip 00606. 2. L. neocomicus Brundin, 1976. 3-4. Afrochlus harrisoni Freeman, 1964. 3. Mouthparts of A. harrisoni. 4. Head of A. harrisoni. Abbreviations: cly = clypeus; md = mandible; mp = maxilar palpi; lac = lacinia, lab = labrum.

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FIGURE 4. Wing of Libanochlites eocenicus sp. nov. HT: Dip 00606. 1. Marked wing. 2. unmarked wing. Abbreviations: mcu = medial-cubital vein; r1 = radial vein 1; r4+5 = radialvein 4+5; fcu = fork of the cubital vein.

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FIGURE 5. Hypopygium of male representative of Libanochlites eocenicus sp. nov. HT: Dip 00606. 1. Hypopygium, ventral view. 2. Gonocoxite, close-up view. 3. Hypopygium, line drawing, ventral view. 4. Hypopygium, line drawing dorsal view. Abbreviations: gc-gonocoxite, gs- gonostylus, t9-tergite 9, w- warts of Gonocoxite.

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FIGURE 6. “Mushroom” sensilla of unknown function on tergite IX of Libanochlites eocenicus sp. nov. HT: Dip 00606. 1. Habitus, with arrow marking position of the sensilla. 2. Tergite IX with “mushroom” sensilla, white square marks position of the detail in shown figure 6.3, scalebar=20 µm. 3. “Mushroom” sensilla close-up.

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FIGURE 7. Laser-confocal images of Libanochlites neocomicus Brundin, 1976. 1. Habitus of male representative. 2. Hypopigium of male representative. 3. Close-up of hypopigium of male representative. Abbreviations: w =warts of gonocoxite; gs = gonostylus; gc = gonocoxite; t9 = tergite IX.

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FIGURE 8. Scanning Electron Microscopy image of female representative of Corethrella marksae Colles, 1986. 1. Head of the female, frontal view. 2. Maxilar palp of the same specimen. 3. Close-up of Maxilary palp with clavate sensilla.

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