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Aquatic insects must regulate the ion concentrations of their haemolymph, and freshwater insects tend to loose ions to their aquatic environment. The osmoregulatory organs of larvae and pupae of C. sonorensis have not been previously reported. Silver nitrate was used to detect tissues in immature...

Reeves, W. K.
American Entomological Society at the Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, USA
Entomological News, 2008, 119, 4, pp 371-374