Blackflies (Diptera: Simuliidae)

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Blackfly Biology

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Commonwealth of Kentucky Web Server - Blackfly
Black fly larvae (Family Simuliidae) Key features: - quite small - bulbous at one end - constricted in middle - size range: 1/16" - 1/4"
Last modified on: 4-Sep-1997 - 10K bytes - in English

SK Aquatic Insect Page
SASKATCHEWAN AQUATIC INSECTS PAGE. The primary goal of this page is to provide a source of basic information about the aquatic insect fauna of...
Last modified on: 21-Sep-1999 - 11K bytes - in English

Gulf of Maine Aquarium: Streams
Online edition of a brochure published by the Gulf of Maine Aquarium on stream environments in Maine...
Last modified on: 11-Feb-1999 - 10K bytes - in English

Black Flies - Los Angeles
 Black flies are small, dark flies with a humped back that can give a painful bite... The larvae grow into groups of string-like worms that live - 7k

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