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Zoological Catalogue of Australia: Ephemeroptera, Megaloptera, Odonata, Plecoptera, Trichoptera Volume 6 (Zoological catalogue of Australia series) by I. Campbell,et al



Zoological Catalogue of Australia, Vol. 6. Canberra, AGPS xi 315 pp (133–176), (Updated by Andrew A. Calder, CSIRO Entomology, Canberra, Australia, 2002). Faunes des eaux douces de Madagascar I. Plécoptères et Mégaloptères. Mémoires Institut Scientifique Madagascar 6: 53–62. Rohdendorf, B. B. & A. P. Rasnitsyn, 1980. Theischinger . 1991. Plecoptera (Stoneflies). In CSIRO (e., The Insects of Australia.

Ephemeroptera Odonata Dermaptera Mantophasmatodea Plecoptera Embioptera Phasmatodea Grylloblattodea Orthoptera Mantodea Blattaria Isoptera. Hemolymph volume varies according to states of extension of tracheal sac (left: less distended, right: highly distended) (modied after WASSERTHAL 1982). Lepidoptera, the ow of hemolymph is held to be different. Pp. 125–140 in: CISRO (e. Melbourne University Press, Carlton, Victoria.

Odonata, Plecoptera, Trichoptera. Zoological Catalogue. of Australia, Vol. Canberra, AGPS xi 315 pp (133–. 176), (Updated by Andrew A. Calder, CSIRO Entomol-. ogy, Canberra, Australia, 2002). Lestagella penicillata (Ephemeroptera: Teloganodidae), Aphanicercella scutata (Plecoptera: Notonemouridae) and Chimarra ambulans (Trichoptera: Philopotamidae) from the winter rainfall Western Cape Province, South Africa. 2. Eggs of each species were incubated after fertilisation at six temperature treatments across the range of 5–30 °C. Total development time required for 50% hatch, total hatch success, duration of the hatching period, upper and lower thermal limits for development, as well as thermal reaction norms were calculated for each species.

Ephemeroptera, Megaloptera, Odonata, Plecoptera, and Trichoptera. Zoological Catalogue of Australia 6:1-316. Canterbury, L. E. 1978. Studies of the genus Sialis (Sialidae: Megaloptera) in eastern North America. Ph. D. thesis, University of Louisville. The Insects of Australia. Melbourne University Press, Carlton, Australia.

Zoological Catalogue of Australia, Volume 6: Ephemeroptera, Odonata, Megaloptera, Plecoptera, Trichoptera. Bestimmungsschlüssel für die Osterreichischen Eintagsfliegen: (Insecta Ephemeroptera), 2 (Key to Austrian Mayflies). Fauna of New Zealand, No 36: Leptophlebiidae (Insecta: Ephemeroptera) by DR Towns and WL Peters.

Among them, Ephemeroptera, Plecoptera and Trichoptera (EPT) are considered as important taxo-nomic groups in river ecosystems (Righi-Cavallaro et al. 2010). They live mainly in clean and well oxygenated waters and are good indicators of wa-ter quality (Karr 1991, Rosenberg, Resh 1993). in the upper reaches of the river and affects locally the ecological status of the river (Stoyanova et al. In the lower reaches of the river, the deposi-tion of mine eroded materials caused the reduction of potential habitats.

Trichoptera are important processors of organic matter, collectively known as functional feeding groups (FFG) of animals, they display the full array of feeding modes. Important Bioindicator. Some aquatic insects are used as an indicator of water contamination. Plecoptera (stoneflies) are a source of food for many game fishes. They have been used for centuries in the sport of fly fishing, and fishermen have good knowledge of them. Vazirani, Catalogue of oriental Dytiscidae. Records of the Zoological Survey of India, Miscellaneous Publications, Occasional papers 6:111, 1977. Cummins, Trophic relations of aquatic insects.

Zoological catalogue of Australia. Library of Congress Control Number: 85147738. v. 1. Amphibia and Reptilia v. Hymenoptera v. 3. Arachnida v. 4. Coleoptera v. 5. Mammalia v. Ephemeroptera, Megaloptera, Odonata, Plecoptera, Trichoptera v. 7. Pisces v. 8. Non-marine mollusca v. 9. Coleoptera : Scarabaeoidea v. 10. Hymenoptera : Apoidea v. 12. Porifera v.

of Ephemeroptera, Odonata and Trichoptera species A Survey of Summer Ephemeroptera, Plecoptera and. 30 Aug 2002 - Gatlinburg, TN 37738. 2003; Bottazzi et al. 2008). This study focused on the Ephemeroptera, Plecoptera and Trichoptera (EPT) communities of Alpine springs on the Italian north eastern Alps. None of the six Ephemeroptera taxa were restricted to above or below the threshold, although Rhitrogena gr. loyolaea, R. gr. hybrida and Serratella ignita were more widespread at higher elevations and Ecdyonurus gr. helveticus and Baetis alpinus at lower elevations. The highest spring (2792 m . l) hosted only four species of Trichoptera: Acrophylax zerberus, Halesus rubricollis, Drusus destitutus and Pseudopsilopteryx zimmeri.

Campbell, I. C. 1988 Ephemeroptera. In: Zoological Catalogue of Australia. Campbell, I. 1990. Catalogue critique et systematique des especes connues et description de trois genres nouveaux et de sept especes nouvelles. Revue Zoo!' Bot. af. 12 (3): 316-352.