Guide to the Insects of Connecticut, Vol. 6: The Diptera or True Flies of Connecticut; First Fascicle; External Morphology; Key to Families; Tanyderidae, Ptychopteridae, Trichoceridae, Anisopodidae, Tipulidae (Classic Reprint)

Guide to the Insects of Connecticut, Vol. 6: The Diptera or True Flies of Connecticut; First Fascicle; External Morphology; Key to Families; Tanyderidae, Ptychopteridae, Trichoceridae, Anisopodidae, Tipulidae (Classic Reprint)

  • Author: Guy C Crampton
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  • Excerpt from Guide to the Insects of Connecticut, Vol. 6: The Diptera or True Flies of Connecticut; First Fascicle; External Morphology; Key to Families; Tanyderidae, Ptychopteridae, Trichoceridae, Anisopodidae, Tipulidae There are many different species of ies in the state, and some Of these may be extraordinarily abundant at certain times of the year.

    The check-list Of the Insects of Connecticut (1) published in 1920, contains species and varieties, which are definitely recorded up to that date, and the first supplement, published in 1938, contains an additional 454, but this does not include all the forms which doubtless occur here. The Diptera of New England (2) lists species, and the List of the Insects Of New York (3) contains species. About Guide to the Insects of Connecticut, Vol. 6: The Diptera or True Flies of Connecticut; First Fascicle; External Morphology; Key to Families; Tanyderidae, Ptychopteridae, Trichoceridae, Anisopodidae, Tipulidae (Classic Reprint) It may be safely assumed that close to species Of ies occur in Connecticut.

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