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Vädret på Station Linné

Station Linné har en unik väderstatistik som sträcker sig ända tillbaka till 1964. Uppgifterna i statistiken omfattar flera parametrar, som t ex nederbörd, vind, mark- och lufttemperatur.

För Station Linnés gästforskare ingår detta som en extraresurs. Övriga kan köpa nämnda väderdata för en engångsavgift på 1 500:- och sedan 300:-/månad som önskas. Kontakta oss gärna så berättar vi mer.

"NEMATOCERA" SUBGOUPS

 
Tipulidae Latreille, 1802 Craneflies/Harkrankar (128)
Hundreds of samples. Some under treatment by Yngve Brodin.

Cylindrotomidae Schiner, 1863 Mellanharkrankar (5)
Very few samples. None yet treated.

Limoniidae Speiser, 1909 Småharkrankar (204)
Hundreds of samples. None yet treated.

Pediciidae Osten Sacken, 1860 Hårögonharkrankar (17)
Several samples. None yet treated.

Trichoceridae Rondani, 1841 Winter Gnats/Vintermyggor (21)
Hundreds of samples. None yet treated.

Ptychopteridae Osten Sacken, 1862 Glansmyggor (8)
Several samples. None yet treated.

Scatopsidae Newman, 1834 Dyngmyggor (37)
Hundreds of samples. None yet treated.

Canthyloscelidae Shannon, 1927 (incl Synneuridae Enderlein, 1936) Reliktmyggor (3)
None yet recorded, all species are rare.

Psychodidae Newman, 1834 Moth Flies/Fjärilsmyggor (25)
Hundreds of samples. Some treated or under treatment by Bo W Svensson.

Dixidae Schiner, 1868 U-myggor (13)
Several samples. Some treated by Svante Martinsson.

Chaoboridae Edwards, 1912 Tofsmyggor (8)
Several samples. None yet treated.

Culicidae Meigen, 1818 Mosquitoes/Stickmyggor (48)
Hundreds of samples. None yet treated.

Thaumaleidae Bezzi, 1913 Mätarmyggor (2)
Few samples. Under treatment by Yngve Brodin. Some treated by Phil Withers.

Simuliidae Newman, 1834 Blackflies/ Knott (70)
Hundreds of samples. None yet treated.

Ceratopogonidae Newman, 1834 Biting Midges/Svidknott (71)
Hundreds of samples. Under treatment by Jonas Strandberg. Ref Strandberg & Johanson 2015, Strandberg & Johanson 2015

Chironomidae Newman, 1834 Feather Midges/Fjädermyggor (652)
Hundreds of samples. Under treatment by Yngve Brodin.

Bolitophilidae Winnertz, 1863 Smalbensmyggor (34)
Several samples. Many treated by Svante Martinsson and Jostein Kjaerandsen. Ref: Kjaerandsen et al 2007, Jakovlev et al 2008

Diadocidiidae Winnertz, 1863 Slemrörsmyggor (6)
Hundreds of samples. Many treated by Svante Martinsson and Jostein Kjaerandsen. Ref: Kjaerandsen et al 2007, Jakovlev et al 2008

Ditomyiidae Keilin, 1919 Hårvingsmyggor (3)
Few samples. Many treated by Svante Martinsson and Jostein Kjaerandsen. Ref: Kjaerandsen et al 2007, Jakovlev et al 2008

Keroplatidae Rondani, 1856 (incl Macroceridae Rondani, 1856) Platthornsmyggor (50)
Hundreds of samples. Many treated by Svante Martinsson and Jostein Kjaerandsen. Ref: Kjaerandsen et al 2007, 2009, Jakovlev et al 2008, Martinsson 2008, 2011

Mycetophilidae Newman, 1834 Fungus Gnats/Svampmyggor (734)
Hundreds of samples. Many treated by Jostein Kjaerandsen. Ref: Kjaerandsen et al 2007, Jakovlev et al 2008, Martinsson & Kjaerandsen 2012

Sciaridae Billberg, 1820 Dark-winged Fungus Gnats/Sorgmyggor (296)
Hundreds of samples. Many treated by Kai Heller and Heikki Hippa. Ref: Heller 2012, Heller et al 2009, Heller & Menzel 2013, Hippa et al 2010, Vilkamaa et al 2013, Shin et al 2013, Heller, Hippa & Vilkamaa 2015, Köhler et al 2014.

Mycetobiidae Winnertz, 1863 Savmyggor (3)
Few samples. Many treated by Svante Martinsson and Jostein Kjaerandsen.

Cecidomyiidae Newman, 1834 Gall Midges/Gallmyggor (470)
Hundreds of samples. Treated and under treatment by Mathias and Catrin Jaschhof. Ref: Jaschhof & Jaschhof 2009, 2013, 2015.

Pachyneuridae Schiner, 1864 Tjockribbsmyggor (1)
Very few samples. Many treated by Svante Martinsson and Jostein Kjaerandsen. 

Bibionidae Fleming, 1821 (incl Pleciidae Duda, 1930) March Flies/Hårmyggor (22)
Hundreds of samples. None yet treated.

Anisopodidae Knab, 1912 Fönstermyggor (7)
Hundreds of samples. None yet treated.

Remarks For each taxon the total number of known species in Sweden are given in parentheses (including accidentals). Taxa considered non-monophyletic are in quotes. Note that the classification given here is not necessarily a state-of-the-art valid classification in all details, but represent the actual units in SMTP sorting.

These data are compiled by Mattias Forshage