Diamesini


Diamesini
Diamesini
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Insecta
Subclass: Pterygota
Order: Diptera
Suborder: Nematocera
Infraorder: Culicomorpha
Superfamily: Chironomoidea
Family: Chironomidae
Subfamily: Diamesinae
Tribe: Diamesini
Pagast, 1947
Genera

See text

Diamesini is a Tribe of midges in the non-biting midge family (Chironomidae).

Genera & Species

  • A. appendiculata (Lundström, 1915)
  • A. breviramosa Makarchenko, 1995
  • A. marinae Makarchenko, 2005[1]
  • D. aberrata Lundbeck, 1898
  • D. alata Storå, 1945
  • D. alpina Tokunaga, 1936
  • D. amanoi Makarchenko & Kobayashi, 1997[2]
  • D. amplexivirilia Hansen, 1976
  • D. ancysta Roback, 1959
  • D. arctica (Boheman, 1865)
  • D. bertrami Edwards, 1935
  • D. bohemani Goetghebuer, 1932
  • D. cheimatophila Hansen, 1976
  • D. chiobates Hansen, 1976
  • D. chorea Lundbeck, 1898
  • D. cinerella Meigen in Gistl, 1835
  • D. clavata Edwards, 1933
  • D. colenae Hansen, 1976
  • D. dactyloidea Makarchenko, 1988
  • D. dampfi (Kieffer, 1924)
  • D. davisi Edwards, 1933
  • D. filicauda Tokunaga, 1966[2]
  • D. garretti Sublette & Sublette, 1965
  • D. geminata Kieffer, 1926
  • D. goetghebueri Pagast, 1947
  • D. gregsoni Edwards, 1933
  • D. hamaticornis Kieffer, 1924
  • D. haydaki Hansen, 1976
  • D. heteropus (Coquillett, 1905)
  • D. hyperborea Holmgren, 1869
  • D. incallida (Walker, 1856)
  • D. insignipes Kieffer in Kieffer & Thienemann, 1908
  • D. japonica Tokunaga, 1936
  • D. kasymovi Kownacki & Kownacka, 1973
  • D. laticauda Serra-Tosio, 1964
  • D. latitarsis (Goetghebuer, 1921)
  • D. lavillei Serra-Tosio, 1969
  • D. leona Roback, 1957
  • D. leoniella Hansen, 1976
  • D. lindrothi Goetghebuer, 1931
  • D. longipes Goetghebuer, 1941
  • D. macronyx (Kieffer, 1918)
  • D. martae Kownacki & Kownacka, 1980
  • D. mendotae Muttkowski, 1915
  • D. modesta Serra-Tosio, 1967
  • D. nivicavernicola Hansen, 1976
  • D. nivoriunda (Fitch, 1847)
  • D. nowickiana Kownacki & Kownacka, 1975
  • D. permacra (Walker, 1856)
  • D. plumicornis Tokunaga, 1936[2]
  • D. serratosioi Willassen, 1986
  • D. simplex Kieffer, 1926
  • D. sommermani Hansen, 1976
  • D. spinacies Sæther, 1969
  • D. spitzbergensis Kieffer, 1919
  • D. starmachi Kownacki & Kownacka, 1970
  • D. steinboecki Goetghebuer, 1933
  • D. Sætheri Willassen, 1986
  • D. tenuipes Goetghebuer, 1938
  • D. thomasi Serra-Tosio, 1970
  • D. tonsa (Haliday in Walker, 1856)
  • D. tsutsuii Tokunaga, 1936
  • D. vaillanti Serra-Tosio, 1972
  • D. valkanovi Sæther, 1968
  • D. veletensis Serra-Tosio, 1971
  • D. vernalis Makarchenko, 1977
  • D. vockerothi Hansen, 1976
  • D. wuelkeri Serra-Tosio, 1964
  • D. zernyi Edwards, 1933
  • Genus Lappodiamesa Serra-Tosio, 1968
  • L. multiseta Makarchenko, 1995
  • L. vidua (Kieffer, 1922)
  • L. willasseni Makarchenko et Kerkis, 1991
  • Genus Pagastia Oliver, 1959[3]
  • P. sequax (Garrett, 1925)
  • P. altaica Makarchenko Kerkis & Ivanchenko, 1997
  • P. lanceolata (Tokunaga, 1936)
  • P. nivis (Tokunaga, 1936)
  • P. orientalis (Tshernovskij, 1949)
  • P. orthogonia Oliver, 1959
  • P. partica (Roback, 1957)
  • Genus Pseudodiamesa Goetghebuer, 1939
  • P. arctica (Malloch, 1919)
  • P. branickii (Nowicki, 1837)
  • P. latistyla Makarchenko, 1989
  • P. nivosa (Goetghebuer, 1932)
  • P. pertinax (Garrett, 1925)
  • P. stackelbergi (Goetghebuer, 1933)
  • Genus Sympotthastia Pagast, 1947
  • S. fulva (Johannsen, 1921)
  • S. gemmaformis Makarchenko, 1994
  • S. huldeni Tuiskunen, 1986
  • S. macrocera Serra-Tosio, 1968
  • S. repentina Makarchenko, 1984
  • S. spinifera Serra-Tosio, 1968
  • S. takatensis (Tokunaga, 1936)
  • S. zavreli Pagast, 1947
  • S. edwardsi (Pagast, 1947)
  • S. hygropetrica (Kieffer, 1909)
  • S. mira (Makarchenko, 1980)
  • S. nigra Rossaro, 1980
  • S. serratosioi Kownacki, 1981
  • S. yosiii Tokunaga, 1964

References

  1. ^ a b Makarchenko, Eugenyi A. (2005). "A new species of Arctodiamesa Makarchenko (Diptera: Chironomidae: Diamesinae) from the Russian Far East, with a key to known species of the genus" (PDF). Zootaxa (New Zealand: Magnolia Press) 1084: 59–64. ISSN 1175-5334. http://ibss.febras.ru/files/00002385.pdf. Retrieved 2009-04-03. 
  2. ^ a b c Makarchenko, Eugenyi A.; Kobayashi, Tadashi (1997). "Diamesa amanoi sp. n a new species of Diamesinae (Diptera, Chironomidae) from Nepal, with notes on taxonomy and distribution of some Diamesa Meigen". Med. Entomol. Zool. 48 (1): 45–48. http://www.tendipes.febras.ru/makar5.pdf. Retrieved 2009-04-14. 
  3. ^ Makarchenko, Eugenyi A.; Makarchenko, Marina A. (2000). "Revision of Pagastia Oliver, 1959 (Diptera, Chironomidae ) of the Holarctic region". Late 20th Century Research on Cnironomidae: an Anthology from the 13th International Symposium on Chironomidae, (Aachen: Shaker Verlag): 171–176. http://www.tendipes.febras.ru/makar6.pdf. Retrieved 2009-04-14.