Effect of water removal on introduced caddisflies from a tropical mountain stream

@inproceedings{McIntosh2003EffectOW,
  title={Effect of water removal on introduced caddisflies from a tropical mountain stream},
  author={Mollie D. McIntosh and M Eric Benbow and Albert J. Burky},
  year={2003}
}
Tropical island streams worldwide are being threatened by existing or proposed dams and diversions. Numerous streams of the Hawaiian Islands have diversions that remove freshwater for human use; however, little research has addressed diversion effects on aquatic insect communities in tropical streams. We studied the effect of water removal by a stream diversion on density and biomass of two introduced Trichoptera, Cheumatopsyche analis (Banks) (Hydropsychidae) and Hydroptila potosina (Buenoa… CONTINUE READING

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