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Thompson, P.E. (1971)  Male and female heterogamety in populations of Chironomus tentans (Diptera: Chironomidae).  Canad. Ent. 103: 369-372.

Thienemann, A. (1954)  Chironomus.  Leben, Verbreitung und wirtschaftliche Bedeutung der Chironomiden.  Binnengewässer 20: 834 pp + 31 pl.

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Vallenduuk, H.J. and Langton, P.H. (2010)    Description of imago, pupal exuviae and larva of Chironomus uliginosus and a provisional key to the larvae of the Chironomus luridus agg. (Diptera: Chironomidae).  Lauterbornia 70: 73-89.

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Wuelker, W.F., Martin, J., Kiknadze, I.I., Sublette, J.E. and Michiels, S. (2009)  Chironomus blaylocki n.sp. and C. bifurcatus n.sp., North American species near the base of the decorus-group.  Zootaxa 2023: 28-46.

Wülker, W. and Morath, E. (1989)  South American Chironomus (Dipt). - karyotypes and their relationships to North America.  Acta Biol. Debr. Oecol. Hung. 2: 389-397.

Wülker, W., Ryser, H.M. and Scholl, A. (1981) Revision der Gattung Chironomus Meigen (Dipt.) VI. C. holomelas Keyl, C. saxatilis n. sp., C. melanescens Keyl.  Revue suisse Zool. 88: 903-924.

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Wülker, W., Sublette, J.E. and Martin, J. (1991)  Chironomus utahensis Malloch and Chironomus harpi new species and their karyosystematic relationships to other species in the decorus-group of Chironomus (Chironomidae: Diptera).  Spixiana 14: 71-94.

Wülker, W., Sublette, J.E., Morath, E. and Martin, J. (1989b)  Chironomus columbiensis n.sp. in South America and Chironomus anonymus Williston in North America - closely related species.  Stud. Neotr. Fauna Env. 24: 121-136. (http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01650528909360783)).

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Yamamoto, M. (1986)  Studies of the Japanese Chironomus inhabiting high acidic water (Diptera, Chironomidae). I.   Kontyu 54: 324-332.

Yamamoto, M. (1987)  Notes on the genus Chaetolabis Townes status nov., with a redescription of C. macani (Freeman) (Diptera, Chironomidae).  Esakia 25: 149-154.

Yamamoto, M. (1990)  Study of the Japanese Chironomus inhabiting high acidic water (Diptera,Chironomidae) II. Jpn. J. Ent. 58: 167-181.

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