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New species of Limnephilidae (Insecta: Trichoptera) from Europe: Alps and Pyrenees as harbours of unknown biodiversity.
New species are described from the genera Consorophylax and Anisogamus (Trichoptera, Limnephilidae, Limnephilinae, Stenophylacini). Additionally the larva of the genus Anisogamus, and the larvalExpand
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Neue Köcherfliegen (Trichoptera, Insecta) aus Vietnam
From two places in northern (Tarn Dao) and southern Vietnam (Nam Cat Tien) new species are described and figured which belong to the families and genera Rhyacophilidae: Rhyacophila (1 species);Expand
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The Trichoptera barcode initiative: a strategy for generating a species-level Tree of Life
DNA barcoding was intended as a means to provide species-level identifications through associating DNA sequences from unknown specimens to those from curated reference specimens. Although barcodesExpand
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Atlas of European Trichoptera / Atlas der Europäischen Köcherfliegen / Atlas des Trichoptères d’Europe
Trichoptera explanations Hydrobiosidae Rhyacophilidae Glossosomatidae Hydroptilidae Philopotamidae Polycentropodidae Ecnomidae Xiphocentronidae Psychomyiidae Hydropsychidae PhryganeidaeExpand
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A quantitative field comparison of different types of emergence traps in a stream : general, Trichoptera, Díptera (Limoniidae and Empididae)
Des pieges a emergence ont ete utilises durant trois annees dans un ruisseau a Lunz (Basse Autriche ) pour comparer huit types differents de pieges. Les Trichoptera, Plecoptera, Ephemeroptera,Expand
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The taxonomic significance of eye proportions in adult caddisflies
The eye proportions of adult caddisflies are shown to be valuable additional taxonomic characters, as found in Hydropsyche spp. and several Glossosomatidae.
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Artificial illumination of a mountain stream in lower Austria: Effect of constant daylength on the phenology of the caddisflies (Trichoptera)
Abstract A mountain stream, which had a constant temperature, was illuminated artificially so that its animals were exposed to a constant daylength of 18 hours over three years. The phenology ofExpand
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An Updated Survey of Caddisflies (Trichoptera, Insecta) from Doi Suthep-Pui and Doi Inthanon National Parks, Chiang Mai Province, Thailand
The caddisfly fauna on two mountains in northern Thailand, Doi Suthep-Pui and Doi Inthanon National Parks, has been intensively studied since 1987. This paper provides a current checklist of speciesExpand
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