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Evolution of Feeding and Case-Making Behavior in Trichoptera
A phylogeny of the families of Trichoptera is reviewed to provide a basis for understanding the probable evolution of feeding tactics and case or retreat constructions by larvae. At least 48Expand
New species of Stenopsyche from the northeastern orient (Trichoptera: Stenopsychidae) 1
Recent contributions to the knowledge of the genus Stenopsyche are reviewed. A brief synopsis of the genus and its 6 species groups (Schmid 1969) is given; 5 species previously described are hereinExpand
A synonymy of the caddisfly genus Lepidostoma Rambur (Trichoptera: Lepidostomatidae), including a species checklist
dostomatidae with characteristics so bizarre that McLachlan (1876) referred to this group as the ‘curiosity shop’ of Trichoptera. Adult males of Lepidostomatidae exhibit a variety of secondary sexualExpand
3 ABSTRACT: Seven streams in the Piedmont and Coastal Plain regions of South Carolina were sampled to determine the frequency and composition ofaquatic phoretic relationships. In one stream, as manyExpand
First records of Cyclorhipidion fukiense (Eggers) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Scolytinae: Xyleborini), an ambrosia beetle native to Asia, in North America.
The Asian ambrosia beetle, Cyclorhipidion fukiense (Eggers) was detected for the first time in North America based on three specimens trapped in 2012 from three localities in South Carolina and twoExpand
The description of immature forms of Aphropsyche monticola flint (Trichoptera: Hydropsychidae)
Abstract Several larval, pupal, and adult specimens of Aphropsyche monticola Flint were collected from a locality in Pennsylvania. Examination of this material led to the association of the immatureExpand
A new genus of Philorheithridae (Trichoptera) from Madagascar
Afrorheithrus genus novum and three species (Afrorheithrus fallax sp. nova, A. mirus sp. nova, A. admirabilis sp. nova) of the family Philorheithridae (Trichoptera) are described from Madagascar,Expand
Studies on the fauna of Trichoptera (Insecta) of Korea. iv. the family Lepidostomatidae
A review of the Lepidostomatidae of Korea is provided. The known Korean lepidostomatid fauna comprises eight species: Four species have been recorded previously, Dinarthrodes albardanus (Ulmer), D.Expand
Response of Cerura borealis (Lepidoptera: Notodontidae) Larvae to Low-Frequency Sound
Larvae of Cerura borealis Boisduval respond to the low audio frequencies of 330 to 360 and 175 to 180 Hz. The response consists of throwing the two caudal tentacles anteriorly while extendingExpand