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Parasimulium is a genus of black flies containing two subgenera and four species.[1] They are found in western North America.[1] Most species are rare, and some Canadian species are cave dwellers.[2][3] Species[edit]

Subgenus Astoneomyia Peterson, 1977

P. melanderi Stone, 1963

Subgenus Parasimulium Malloch, 1914

P. crosskeyi Peterson, 1977 P. furcatum Malloch, 1914 P. stonei Peterson, 1977[1]

Literature cited[edit]

^ a b c Peter H. Adler & Roger W. Crosskey (2009). "World Blackflies (Diptera: Simuliidae): A Comprehensive Revision of the Taxonomic and Geographical Inventory": 109.  ^ Patrick Shaw & Martin Davis (1999). "Invertebrates from Caves on Vancouver Island" (PDF). Proc. Biology and Management of Species and Habitats at Risk, Kamloops, B.C.: 121–124.  ^ Art Borkent & Douglas C. Currie (2001). "Discovery of the Female of Parasimulium (Astoneomyia) Melanderi Stone (Diptera: Simuliidae) in a Cave in British Columbia, With a Discussion of its Phylogenetic Position". Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington. 103 (3): 546–553. 

Taxon identifiers

Wd: Q7135925 EoL: 80586 GBIF: 1646263 iNaturalist: 178305 ITIS: 126642 NCBI: 44568

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