This paper presents the first report on the Tuvaluan Chironomidae. It may add some knowledge on Oceanian freshwater fauna. Four species belonging to three genera are recognised. Compterosmittia longipalpis, Pseudosmittia tuvaluensis and Pseudosmittia amplexivirga are described as new species.
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