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Paraboreochlus stahli sp. n. is described from collections in small streams of northwestern Pennsylvania, U.S.A. The larva (presumed), pupa, female (partial) and male are discussed and illustrated. P. stahli is only the second species known for the genus and is the first described species of...
Oviposition, egg sinking rates, ion excretion in eggs and early embryos, and egg permeability and resistance to desiccation were studied in Tanytarsus barbitarsis a chironomid inhabiting highly saline waters in southern Australia. The aim was to investigate the nature of adaptations displayed by...
Protonemura brachystyla sp.n. is described from the Lesser Caucasus, USSR. The new species is compared to P. vernalis Zhiltzova and P. aculeata Theischinger. P. aculeata is first recorded from the USSR and is common in the Greater and Lesser Caucasus.
BOURNAUD, M. & H. TACHET (eds) (1987): Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Trichoptera; Lyon, France, 21–26 July 1986.— Series Entomologica 39, XXIV + 398 pp., Dr. W. Junk Publishers; ISBN 90–6193–620–9; 250 Dfl. PARKER, C. R. & G. B. WIGGINS (1987): Revision of the Caddisfly Genus...
The male and female imagines of Diamesa cranstoni sp.n. collected on Mt. Kinabalu, Sabah, Borneo, are described.
The new genus Ecuaphlebia is established and 1 new species of the genus is described from Ecuador, based on imagines. A second species is described but not named, based on subimagines and nymphs. Diagnostic morphological characters of both nymphs and imagines are illustrated.
The species Siphlonisca aerodromia Needham is redescribed and illustrated from Maine, U. S. A. specimens. Scanning electron micrographs of the nymphal cuticle showing thoracic sternal projections, sternal setae, and eggs are presented. The similarity of primary diagnostic characters are...
The larva, the larval case and the silk of Rheotanytarsus musdcola Kieffer was examined with scanning electron microscopy. The structures of mouthparts and the larval case are described in relation to feeding habits and silk production. Three methods of silk formation seem to be used. One is...
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