Chaoboridae


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Chaoboridae

[‚kā·ə′bȯr·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
The phantom midges, a family of dipteran insects in the suborder Orthorrhapha.
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1992), Chaoboridae (Parma 1971; Moom 1986; Irvine 2000), Chironomidae (Gibson 1945; Young 1969; Oliver 1971; Paasivirta 1972; Kon 1987; Fyodorova & Azovsky 2003), Culicidae (Horsfall 1955; Nielsen et al.
Another factor that contributed to species richness was the low presence of Chaoboridae, zooplankton predators.
Atraves da analise de organismos bentonicos, foram encontradas somente tres familias (Chironomidae, Chaoboridae e Naididae), todas pertencentes a ordem Diptera, porem foi possivel detectar variacoes em relacao a diversidade (indice de Shannon-Wiener) entre as estacoes amostrais.
2004), mostraron que en Tillandsia turneri, la taxa mas representativa era Coleoptera, mientras que en Venezuela, asociado a dos especies de bromelias, era el orden Diptera y correspondia principalmente a las familias Chironomidae, Culicidae y Chaoboridae (Liria 2007).
Dixidae, Chaoboridae and Culicinae, tribes Anophelini, Toxorhynchitini and Culicini (Genus Culex only).
Although Mayfly is the common name of ephemeroptera, chaoboridae and chironomidae are referred to as mayflies by the villagers simply because of their spectacular characteristic month of May emergence.
biting midges Chaoboridae Chaoborus Chironomidae Chironominae (Chironomini) Chironomus X X Chironomnus decorus Dicrotendipes/Limnochironomus X X Dicrotendipes nervosus Glyptotendipes X C Microtendipes Parachironomus Parachironomus abortivus Phaenopsectra X X Polypedilum X Polypedilum convictum Stenochironmous (Tanytarsini) Cladotanytarsus X Rheotanytarsus (Orthocladiinae) Cricotopus X Cricotopus bicinctus Cricotopus intersecuts Cricotopus sylvestris Eukiefferiella X Eukiefferiella discoloripes (Tanypodinae) Ablabesmyia X Labrundinia X Procladius sublettei Thienemannimyia group unident.
No reservatorio do Parque Zoologico Municipal de Bauru, durante o periodo chuvoso, as familias Naididae e Tubificidae (Oligochaeta), Chaoboridae e o genero Tanypus foram os taxons de maior densidade; no periodo seco, os generos Caladomyia, Complexo Harnischia, Polypedilum e Chironomus e as familias Naididae e Tubificidae apresentaram densidades mais elevadas (Tabela 1).