• Publications
  • Influence
Phylogenetic system and zoogeography of the Plecoptera.
  • P. Zwick
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Annual review of entomology
  • 2000
TLDR
The phylogenetic relationships and global distribution patterns suggest that evolution of the extant suborders started with the breakup of Pangaea, and there is evidence of extensive recent speciation in all parts of the world. Expand
HANSEN, M. (1997): Phylogeny and classification of the staphyliniform beetle families (Coleoptera)
TLDR
The present book analyses the monophyly and intrinsic relationships of the Staphyliniformia, a very large group comprising about 60000 named species and compares species numbers between the present book and its immediate predecessors. Expand
Key to the West Palaearctic genera of stoneflies (Plecoptera) in the larval stage
TLDR
An illustrated dichotomous key to larvae of all genera of Plecoptera in the West Palaearctic region is presented and brief comments on included species are added for each genus, plus diagnostic details of selected bioindicator species. Expand
The Plecoptera – who are they? The problematic placement of stoneflies in the phylogenetic system of insects
TLDR
A plea for revived interest in plecopteran morphology is made in order to document the existing diversity and to establish the ground pattern of important structures for meaningful comparisons with other insects. Expand
Stream habitat fragmentation — a threat to biodiversity
  • P. Zwick
  • Biology
  • Biodiversity & Conservation
  • 1 June 1992
TLDR
The case of Plecoptera suggests that potamal invertebrates suffered as severe losses as did fish, suggesting that rhithral biodiversity is thought to be much more endangered by human impact than is presently recognized. Expand
NEW SPECIES AND NEW RECORDS OF PLECOPTERA FROM KOREA AND THE RUSSIAN FAR EAST
TLDR
Plecoptera collected with Malaise traps in South Korea were studied, comprising 25 identified species, including seven new species, and six new records for Korea, where the total number of Plecoptera species known from Korea now equals 57. Expand
The Bornean Species of the Stonefly Genus Neoperla (Plecoptera: Perlidae)
The Bornean species of the perlid genus Neoperla are described. The fauna includes representatives of the clymene‐ and montivaga‐groups. Several species-complexes within these groups areExpand
Variable egg development of Dinocras spp. (Plecoptera, Perlidae) and the stonefly seed bank theory
TLDR
Temperature dependence of egg development of Dinocras cephalotes (Curtis) and Slovenian D. megacephala (Klapalek) was studied under a constant 14 : 10 light : dark photoperiod and constant temperature ranges of 4–24 °C and 4–18 °C, respectively, finding variation is not random, but seems to be genetically determined. Expand
Revision of the stonefly family eustheniidae (Plecoptera), with emphasis on the fauna of the Australian region
TLDR
The revision includes diagnoses of the family and its subfamilies, and several new synonymies are established and some new species are described. Expand
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