Austrosimulium

Austrosimulium

includes A. ornatum; see black fly.
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In Austrosimulium tillyardianum Dumbleton (Diptera: Simuli-idae), larvae were separated into 9 instars based on head capsule width or head capsule length (Cen et al.
An adaptive kernel smoothing method for classifying Austrosimulium tillyardianum (Diptera: Simuliidae) larval instars.
The reviews of Dumbleton (1963) and Mackerras & Mackerras (1948) on the Australian Simuliidae fauna and the genus Austrosimulium Tonnoir, are pivotal in our understanding of the zoogeographical relationships of the Subantarctic simuliid fauna.
The classification and distribution of the Simuliidae (Diptera) with particular references to the genus Austrosimulium.
In all cases but one, the black fly Austrosimulium victoriae, higher numbers were recorded on A+, R+, or C+ surfaces.
3, Kingolus tinctus larvae, Austrosimulium victoriae, [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 6 OMITTED]) whereas others such as Asmicridea sp.
On the swarming of Austrosimulium pestilens MacKerras and MacKerras (Diptera: Simuliidae).