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Neritid and thiarid gastropods from French Polynesian streams: how reproduction (sexual, parthenogenetic) and dispersal (active, passive) affect population structure
1. The streams of French Polynesia contain several species of Neritidae and Thiaridae (Mollusca: Gastropoda). The neritids are dioecious and amphidromous with a freshwater adult stage and a poorlyExpand
STATUS REVIEW OF THE PACIFIC WALRUS (Odobenus rosmarus divergens)
1 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Marine Mammals Management, 1011 E. Tudor Rd.MS-341, Anchorage, AK 99503 2 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Endangered Species, 1011 E. Tudor Rd.MS-341, Anchorage, AKExpand
Dispersal of Two Species of Trichoptera from Desert Springs: Conservation Implications for Isolated vs Connected Populations
During the Pleistocene, when the climate was wetter and cooler, aquatic habitats in the Great Basin of western North America were much more extensive and connected. As the climate warmed over theExpand
Detailed surveys of aquatic invertebrates in 28 springs along the western border of the Great Basin were made using pan traps, emergence traps, black lights, and benthic sampling devices from 1994 toExpand
Undercut Banks: A Habitat for More Than Just Trout
Abstract Undercut banks have long been appreciated by fisheries managers for their value as cover for salmonids, but their value to other species has not been documented. In two spring-fed streamsExpand
Two New Species of Caddisflies of the Genus Lepidostoma Rambur (Trichoptera: Lepidostomatidae) from the Great Basin
Two new species of Caddisflies from the Great Basin region in California and Nevada are described. Lepidostoma castalianum sp. nov., collected at a spring in the White Mts. of Mono Co., California,Expand
Species occurrence and distribution of Trichoptera (caddisflies) in California
A formal list of the caddisflies of California has not been published since 1956, at which time just over 170 species were included.  Since then, the estimate of Trichoptera richness in the state hasExpand