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Life History of the Chironomidae
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The classification of holometabolous insects presents special difficulties because the characteristics of all the life stages must be considered and most of the papers on genetics, physiology, pro­ ductivity and biomass, and fish food are not considered. Expand
REVIEW OF PARASITIC ASSOCIATIONS OF LARVAL WATER MITES (ACARI: PARASITENGONA: HYDRACHNIDA) WITH INSECT HOSTS
Historical and recently published information on the parasitic associations of larval water mites with insect hosts is critically reviewed and summarized. A number of problematical published hostExpand
Additions and corrections to the Nearctic Orthocladiinae (Diptera: Chironomidae)
Five new species, Apometriocnemus beringensis , Cricotopus (Cricotopus) bifurcatus , Doithrix dillonae , Hydrobaenus piloculus , and Paratrissocladius lawrencensis , are described. The following newExpand
Adaptations of Arctic Chironomidae.
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The numerical dominance of the Diptera is therefore an outstanding characteristic of the composition of the arctic insect fauna. Expand
Entomological Studies in the Lake Hazen Area, Ellesmere Island, Including Lists of Species of Arachnida, Collembola, and Insecta
Notes investigations in 1961 and 1962 at Camp Hazen and lists the species collected in 1961: 11 arachnid, 14 collembole, and 189 insect species; 25 others were collected in 1962. Species previouslyExpand
A Limnological Investigation of a Large Arctic Lake, Nettilling Lake, Baffin Island
Reports the physical and chemical data obtained from a 1956 survey of this lake in south-central Baffin. Its geographical location, morphometry, ice, temperature, and transparency are outlined, alsoExpand
DIEL PERIODICITIES OF EMERGENCE OF SOME HIGH ARCTIC CHIRONOMIDAE (DIPTERA)
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The diel periodicities of emergence of seven species of chironomids from two ponds in the Hazen Camp area are considered and imply that short-term temperature changes which may inhibit adult activity are of great importance in the high arctic. Expand
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