By: RJ Gagné
360 pages, 341 b/w illus
Gall midges are one of the largest families of flies (Diptera), yet are poorly studied. Many species are important pests, pollinators or biological control agents. This book summarizes current knowledge of this group throughout the region (including southern Florida and the Caribbean), with full identification keys to genera, lists of all known species, plus keys and descriptions of galls and other damage caused by the midges.
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