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Related to Corydalidae: Corydalus, dobsonfly
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Noun1.Corydalidae - dobsons
arthropod family - any of the arthropods
Megaloptera, suborder Megaloptera - in some classifications considered a separate order: alderflies; dobsonflies; snake flies
Corydalus, genus Corydalus, genus Corydalis, Corydalis - type genus of the Corydalidae
fish fly, fish-fly - similar to but smaller than the dobsonfly; larvae are used as fishing bait
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Such sex ratio patterns would be congruent with an old hypothesis of the relationship of Sialidae being closest to Chauliodinae (Weele, 1910), which is supported by a morphological phylogeny (Contreras-Ramos, 2004); however, this hypothesis does not agree with the accepted monophyly of Corydalidae (Table 1; Glorioso, 1981; New and Theischinger, 1993), nor with more current phylogenetic studies (Aspock el al., 2002; Wang el al., 2012; Liu el al., 2016).
Taxones residentes Ordenes y familias de especies de insectos acuaticos encontrados: Coleoptera (larvas y adulto de; Curculionidae, Dytiscidae, Haliplidae, Hydrochidae, Hydrophilidae, Limnichidae, Luthrochidae y Noteridae), Ephemeroptera (larvas), Hemiptera (larvas y adultos de; Belostomatidae, Corixidae, Hebridae, Hydrometridae, Gerridae, Macroveliidae, Mesoveliidae, Naucoridae, Nepidae, Notonectidae, Veliidae), Megaloptera (larvas de Corydalidae), Plecoptera (larvas), Trichoptera (larvas) Odonata (larvas).
Systematics and biogeography of the fishily genus Parachatdiodes (Megaloptera: Corydalidae) endemic to the east Asian Islands.
punctulatus (Valenciennes) estuvo constituida en total por 13 items alimenticios, 12 items correspondientes a macroinvertebrados bentonicos: Baetidae, Leptohyphidae, Simuliidae, Chironomidae, Diptera indeterminados (1), Corydalidae, Elmidae, Coleoptera indeterminados (2), Hydropsychidae, Hydroptilidae, Hydrobiosidae, Trichoptera indeterminados (3) y un vertebrado: Rhinella limensis (Werner).
The macroinvertebrate community in the mainstream of the Pigeon River commonly includes stoneflies (Taeniopterigidae), mayflies (Leptophlebiidae, Heptageniidae), caddisflies (Limnephilidae, Hydropsychidae, Phryganeidae, Polycentropodidae, Phil-opotamidae), amphipods (Gammaridae), isopods (Asellidae), black flies (Simuliidae), midges (Chironomidae), other Diptera (Athericidae, Culici-dae, Tabanidae, Tipulidae), true bugs (Belostomatidae, Corixidae, Gerridae, Nepidae, Notonectidae, Veliidae), water beetles (Dytiscidae, Gyrinidae, Haliplidae, Hydrophilidae), dragon flies (Anisoptera), damsel flies (Coena-grionidae)T hellgrammites (Corydalidae), alderflies (Sialidae), and crayfish (Decapoda).
Coleoptera Trogidae Trox Coleoptera Trogidae Trox Coleoptera Trogidae Trox Coleoptera Trogidae Trox Coleoptera Trogossitidae Tenebroides Coleoptera Trogossitidae Tenebroides Neuroptera Chrysopidae Chrysopa Neuroptera Corydalidae Chauliodes Neuroptera Corydalidae Chauliodes Neuroptera Hemerobiidae Hemerobius Neuroptera Sialidae Sialis Hymenoptera Anthophoridae Xylocopa Hymenoptera Apidae Apis Hymenoptera Chrysididae Chrysis Hymenoptera Colletidae Hylaeus Hymenoptera Cynipidae Unident.