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Identification manual for the caddisfly (Trichoptera) larvae of Florida

@inproceedings{Pescador1995IdentificationMF,
  title={Identification manual for the caddisfly (Trichoptera) larvae of Florida},
  author={Manuel L. Pescador and Andrew K. Rasmussen and Steven C. Harris},
  year={1995}
}
Biodiversity and Phenology of the Epibenthic Macroinvertebrate Fauna in a First Order Mississippi Stream
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The Hester-Dendy multiplate and stick/leaf samples in Granny Creek for 12 sampling dates and aquatic insect order numbers (excluding family Chironomidae) for 11 sampling dates are provided.
A study of physico-chemical water quality and caddisfly larvae abundance in Opa Reservoir Stream, South-Western Nigeria
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Oecetis inconspicua (Walker) (Trichoptera: Leptoceridae) added to the caddisfly fauna of Monroe County, Florida
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The first collection of Oecetis inconspicua (Walker) (Trichoptera: Leptoceridae) from the Florida Keys is reported, which is the fifth caddisfly species known from theFlorida Keys and the only species not in the family Hydroptilidae.
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New Species of Trichoptera
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Six new species of Trichoptera are described, six of which are described in this paper, which are in the writer's collection at the University of Wyoming.
A Review of the Adults and Larvae of the Genus Pycnopsyche (Trichoptera: Limnephilidae) with Revision of the Pycnopsyche scabripennis (Rambur) and Pycnopsyche lepida (Hagen) Complexes
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The adults and larvae of the genus Pycnopsyche are reviewed and the genus is modified from the five species groups of Schmid ( 1955) to a total of eight groups.
HYDROPTILIDAE (TRICHOPTERA) FROM SOUTHERN UNITED STATES
A PRELIMINARY SYSTEMATIC STUDY OF THE NORTH AMERICAN LARVAE OF THE CADDISFLY FAMILY PHRYGANEIDAE (TRICHOPTERA)
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Using data on habitat and various aspects of behavior, along with new structural characters, progress is made in giving broader biological significance to the generic groupings of the caddisfly family Phryganeidae.
New Hydroptilidae (Trichoptera) From Florida
New Species of Trichoptera from Florida and Alabama
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Three new species of Trichoptera, Nyctiophylax morsei, Polycentropus floridensis, and Cheumatopsyche gordonae, are described from three stream systems on Eglin Air Force Base in northwestern Florida and from several areas of the Alabama Coastal Plain.
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