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The genus Clunio Haliday, 1855 from Egypt (Hurghada, Red Sea) with a description of the larva of Clunio sp.1 (Diptera, Chironomidae, Orthocladiinae)

Published Online: 20 Mar 2017
Page range: 39 - 47
Received: 27 May 2016
Accepted: 12 Oct 2016
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Larval populations of Clunio sp.1 are reported for the first time from marine fouling samples obtained in Hurghada during November 2015. This is a new record for the Egyptian Red Sea fauna. A full structural description of the larva is provided and its local distribution is discussed.

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