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Abstract Benthic samples (n = 54) were collected at three sites along an unshaded, first‐order springbrook, 0–3 m, 15–19 m, and 24–27 m below a permanent spring outflow in Mendocino Co., CA, USA. As distance from spring source increased, number of species and species diversity ([Hbar])...
Abstract Wormaldia occipitalis trifida ssp. n. from Western Norway is described based on characters of the male phallus. The phallus of West Norwegian Wormaldia subnigra McLachlan, 1865 is found to differ from British and Continental European specimens also.
MALICKY, H. (1983): Atlas of European Trichoptera/Atlas der Europäischen Köcherfliegen/Atlas des Trichoptères d'Europe.— Series Entomologica 24, XII + 298 pp; Dr. W. Junk Publishers, The Hague, Boston, London; Price 175.— Dfl. SPÄH, H. (1983). Zur Verbreitung und Ökologie der...
Abstract The generic diagnosis for Gymnometriocnemus Goetghebuer, 1932 is enlarged and revised and the genus divided into two subgenera, Gymnometriocnemus s. str. and Raphidocladius subgen. n. with the type species Gymnometriocnemus (Raphidocladius) acigus sp. n. A key to males of...
Abstract Larval and adult Pteronarcys scotti Ricker were collected from a mountain stream in northwestern South Carolina, USA. The pattern of larval growth indicated a semivoltine life cycle. Emergence occurred in April and early May, and small larvae first appeared in May. Sexual dimorphism in...
Abstract Eight new species of Trichoptera from Turkey are described in this paper: Agapetus karabagi, Synagapetus anatolicus, Stactobiella celtikci, Ernodes anatolicus, Psilopteryx turcicus, Drusus demirsoyi, Drusus bayburtii and Drusus kazanciae. A redescription of Drusus caucasicus new...
Abstract A new genus, Laccosternus gen.n. is erected for Laccophilus grouvellei Régimbart from Sumatra and Vietnam. A key for the identification of the 11 known genera of the subfamily Laccophilinae is provided.
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