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Faunistics of stoneflies (Plecoptera) in Finnmark, northern Norway, including DNA barcoding of Nemouridae

@inproceedings{Boumans2012FaunisticsOS,
  title={Faunistics of stoneflies (Plecoptera) in Finnmark, northern Norway, including DNA barcoding of Nemouridae},
  author={Louis Boumans and John E. Brittain},
  year={2012}
}
During a large-scale survey in the Norwegian county of Finnmark in 2010, insects were collected with Malaise traps and manual collecting techniques. Almost 6000 specimens of stoneflies collected during this survey are reviewed, and the incidence and abundance of the northern Scandinavian species are discussed. The species composition at the sites of the Malaise traps is explained by stream characteristics like width and velocity, rather than the altitude and continentality of the trap sites… Expand

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