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The masked torrent mite, Torrenticola larvata n. sp. (Acari: Hydrachnidiae: Torrenticolidae): a water mite endemic to the Ouachita Mountains of North America
Adult T. larvata are most easily differentiated from other Torrenticola by their unique color pattern, with dorsal pigmentation restricted to the anterio-medial platelets and adjacent areas and occasionally with pigmentation posteriorly.
Aquatic Vegetation of Springs at Buffalo National River, Arkansas
The biodiversity of freshwater springs in the Arkansas Ozarks is poorly described and has received relatively little attention from researchers. Information on the biodiversity of springs is crucial