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The full‐grown larva of Rhyacophila (Rhyacophila) nevada Schmid, 1952, is described and illustrated. The paper includes a key to the larvae of the species of Rhyacophila s.s. so far known from the Iberian Peninsula.
Nemoura trifasciata Pictet, 1832 is designated as type species of Brachyptera Newport, 1851 (Plecoptera: Taeniopterygidae).
Dragonfly (Odonata) larvae Aeshna juncea L. preyed on two species of cased caddis larva (Trichoptera); Limnephilus pantodapus McLach. with long cylindrical cases and Limnephilus rhombicus L. with “hedgehog”; cases. Direct observations revealed that A. juncea larvae had a significantly shorter...
The distribution and taxonomy of the Mascarene Rhantus are reviewed. Rhantus socialis (Waterhouse) and R. phoecaenarum Guignot are endemic to Rodriguez and La Réunion, respectively. The third Mascarene Rhantus is R. vinsoni sp.n. from Mauritius. A lectotype is designated for R. socialis....
Leuctra canavensis sp. n., endemic to a restricted south‐eastern section of the Graian Alps where it inhabits spring rivulets, is described for male and female. The description is supported by original drawings both of the new species, and of the closely related L. brevipennis Rav. and L....
The larva, pupa and egg case of Dibolocelus ovatus are described and illustrated with line drawings. Biological observations, based on material reared in laboratory, are included.
This work describes the results of a study carried out in summer/autumn 1988 on Bagous (Bagous) rufimanus Hoffmann in Lago di Candia (northern Italy), where adults (males and females) larvae and pupae were observed on the floating leaved hydrophyte Trapa natans L.. The morphological...
BANARESCU, P. (1991): Zoogeography of Fresh Waters. Volume 2: Distribution and Dispersal of Freshwater Animals in North America and Eurasia. ‐ Aula‐Verlag, Wiesbaden, pp. 513–1092; ISBN 3–89104–482–8; available as part of a set of three volumes; subscription price 480 DM, price after publication...
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