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Gyrinidae of Wisconsin, With a Key to Adults of Both Sexes and Notes on Distribution and Habitat

@article{Hilsenhoff1990GyrinidaeOW,
  title={Gyrinidae of Wisconsin, With a Key to Adults of Both Sexes and Notes on Distribution and Habitat},
  author={William L. Hilsenhoff},
  journal={Great Lakes Entomologist},
  year={1990},
  volume={23},
  pages={77-91}
}
  • W. Hilsenhoff
  • Published 1990
  • Environmental Science
  • Great Lakes Entomologist
More than 25,000 adult gyrinids that include 24 species were studied from all areas of Wisconsin. Dineutus discolor, Gyrinus aeneolus, G. analis, G. bijarius, and G. marginellus are lotic; D. assimilis, G. aquiris, G. conJinis, a d G. dichrous appar­ ently breed in both lotie and lentic habitats; and the remaining species probably breed primarily in deep ponds or littoral areas of lakes and impoundments. Most collections were from streams in late summer and autumn because adults of almost all… 

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