This incredibly diverse order holds tens of thousands of species. They are the "true flies" with two wings, and they have complete life cycles (larva to pupa to adult). Beyond that they have little in common.
The most important family is Chironomidae, the midges. The craneflies of Tipulidae and the related families may also be important, as may be several of the others in the right place and time.
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|SOHAIL||June 18th, 2008, 10:10 pm|
|Posts: 1||plz help me i intrested in my subject so i request u all the order of physiology charector so plz guide line and i resarch in my entomological subject so i requested sir plz help me.|
|Taxon||June 18th, 2008, 10:29 pm|
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You ask for help, and say you are a student of entomology. However, the rest of your post doesn't make much sense to me. It is not at all clear what help you seek. If yours is a serious post, which I am somehow inclined to doubt, then you need to state your needs more clearly, and you will likely receive a useful answer.
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