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Abundance and feeding preferences of fly larvae in two woodland soils


, : Abundance and feeding preferences of fly larvae in two woodland soils. Annales de Zoologie: Ecologie Animale (Hors Ser.): 177-191

In a brown earth with mull humus on Carboniferous limestone in Lancashire, Smittia curticosta constituted nearly half the fly larval population, followed by other Chironomidae, and Mycetophilidae. In an oligotrophic brown earth with moder humus on London clay in Kent, Mycetophilidae, Cecidomyiidae and Chironomidae were the major families.

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