A review of the Palaearctic blackfly subgenus Simulium (Rubzovia) with the emphasis on S. (R.) paraloutetense, a species confined to Gran Canaria Island (Diptera: Simuliidae)

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Abstract

The larval and pupal stages of Simulium (Rubzovia) paraloutetense Crosskey are described following their first discovery in a spring trickle in Gran Canaria Island where the species is endemic; data from the polytene chromosomes of the larval silk glands are included. Subgeneric placement of the species is revised in light of all the findings. A diagnosis for the subgenus Rubzovia, a discussion of its geographical distribution and habitat, and a key to the four known species are included.

A review of the Palaearctic blackfly subgenus Simulium (Rubzovia) with the emphasis on S. (R.) paraloutetense, a species confined to Gran Canaria Island (Diptera: Simuliidae)

in Insect Systematics & Evolution

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