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AbstractThe 1990–1991 Geological Survey of Canada from the Hot Weather Creek in Fosheim Peninsula, Ellesmere Island produced a large and comprehensive collection of Chironomidae. In this first attempt of description of the Chironomidae fauna of this region based on this collection, we describe...
AbstractIn a very dry year, when aquatic habitats were scarce, we observed exceptionally massive corixid oviposition on terrapin shells in Doñana National Park, southwestern Spain. Most terrapins inhabiting a large pond devoid of aquatic vegetation exhibited a dense cover of corixid eggs, whilst...
AbstractThis study aimed to characterise the composition, structure and trophic organisation of the macroinvertebrate communities of two pasture ponds – one natural and one artificial – in the Italian Prealps. Faunal composition was studied during the snow-free period in 2003–2004 and compared...
AbstractActivity traps (ATs) are a widely used method of sampling water beetles (Coleoptera). This case study attempts to investigate the effect of mouth size and trapping effort on the performance of the ATs and reveal sex ratios and proportions of morphs in dimorphic females in populations of...
AbstractCataclysta lemnata Linnaeus, 1758 is a semi-aquatic moth that feeds on Lemnaceae and few of other aquatic plants. In recent years, this moth has been seen feeding on Azolla Lamarck, 1783 in Iran in high numbers. The effect of the host plant on preference and performance of the moth was...
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