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William Franco
William Franco

Bloodsucker [v0.1.5] By Lesser

Can you make a version that only adds the vanilla mutants to the labs?So when I reenter these labs it's not just an empty space.I'd also add some artefact spawns or some respawning loot at random locations so that it actually makes sense to go down there, not just playing the doom guy in stalker. I'm thinking 1 or 2 bloodsuckers, not 10, because that just kills the immersion. They are experiments that went wrong and shouldn't be loads of them.

Bloodsucker [v0.1.5] By Lesser

Simulium noelleri Friederichs, 1920 is a species of blackfly, common in the Holarctic, reported for 33 countries (Adler, 2020. World black flies (Diptera: Simuliidae): A comprehensive revision of the taxonomic and geographical inventory). In 1954, Topchiev recorded the species in Ukraine for the first time. Simulium dolini Usova et Sukhomlin, 1989 was recorded within Ukraine and Belarus. The species was first described by Usova and Sukhomlin (1989) from the 1985 collection from the territory of the Volyn region, Lutsk district, Polonka village, and the Chornohuzka River. Both species belong to the noelleri group. Overall, three species of this group have been recorded in Ukraine: S. noelleri, S. dolini and S. palustre Rubtsov, 1956. The habitats of larvae and pupae of the noelleri species group are medium (Turia) and small (Chernyavka, Lyutka, Vyz-hivka, Konopelka, Teklya, Pliska, Kezyuvka, Serebryanitsya, Kalynivka, Rudka, Tsir, Cherevaha, Serna) rivers, streams, reclamation canals and hydraulic locks. They mostly inhabit stones and aquatic vegetation. These species are recorded as active bloodsuckers of farm animals and humans (Sukhomlin & Zinchenko, 2007). According to Usova & Sukhomlin (1989), Yankovsky (2002), Adler (2020), S. noelleri and S. dolini are different species by morphological characteristics, differing in all phases of the development. Adults differ in the structure of the genital appendages, palps, the margin and shape of the face and forehead, the colour of the legs; the larva - in the mandibular teeth and hypostoma, the pattern on the forehead, the shape and size of the postgenal cleft; pupae - in the branching way of the gills. Molecular data are becoming an increasingly important tool in insect taxonomy (Simon et al., 1994; Sebastiani et al., 2001; Szalanski et al., 2006).

Simulium noelleri is an abundant and broadly distributed species. Habitats of larvae and pupae are small rivers, reclamation canals and hydraulic locks. They mostly inhabit stones, aquatic vegetation. The species develops in the water temperature of +6.. .+22 C, prefers areas of water bodies with gullies, where the How velocity is up to 0.9 m/s, the content of dissolved oxygen in water is 51-77%. The maximum density of immature phases (500 individuals/dm2, recorded on April 21, 2018 in the Ko-nopelka River, Sokyrychi village) was observed in the second decade of May. There may develop 3-4 generations, flight of which is not manifested clearly: the departure of the first generation takes place in May, the second - in late June, the third - in early August, the fourth - in early September. It winters in the egg or larva phase. It is a bloodsucker of humans and domestic animals (Sukhomlin et al., 2019). Attacks on animals and humans are observed from May to the end of June. 041b061a72




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