• Blephariceridae - California Department of Fish and Wildlife

      www.dfg.ca.gov/abl/Lab/blephariceridae.asp Blephariceridae 7 flattened body "segments" (head, thorax, a fused segment between thorax and abdomin, and abdominal) ventral suckers and tracheal ...
    • Category:Blephariceridae - Wikimedia Commons

      commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Blephariceridae Ablepharoceridae Loew, 1877 Aspistomyinae Kitakami, 1950 Astenidae Bigot, 1862 Astheniidae Van Brueggen, 1960 Blephariceratidae Rohdendorf, 1951 ...
    • Biology of Blephariceridae - Department of Entomology

      www.ent.iastate.edu/dept/research/systematics/bleph/biology.html Entomology Department > Research > Systematics > Blephariceridae Biology of Blephariceridae. By Gregory W. Courtney. Net-winged midges (Diptera: Blephariceridae) are ...
    • Blephariceridae | DrawWing

      www.drawwing.org/insects/diptera/blephariceridae Dioptopsis sequoiarum, wing Submitted by Tom on Tue, 2011-06-14 12:59. Blephariceridae; Wing of Dioptopsis sequoiarum from Hogue (1981, fig. 5) . References
    • Blephariceridae - UNH Center for Freshwater Biology

      cfb.unh.edu/StreamKey/html/organisms/ODiptera/.../Blephariceridae.html Distinguishing Characteristics: Head appears attached to thorax; Body divided into 6 major sections, the first including the fused head, thorax, and first ...
    • Family Blephariceridae - Net-winged Midges - BugGuide.Net

      bugguide.net/node/view/62483 An online resource devoted to North American insects, spiders and their kin, offering identification, images, and information.
    • Blephariceridae - Wikispecies

      species.wikimedia.org/wiki/Blephariceridae Blephariceridae. From Wikispecies. Jump to: navigation, search. Taxonavigation . Taxonavigation: Blephariceroidea ...