Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Trichoptera

@inproceedings{Malicky1976ProceedingsOT,
  title={Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Trichoptera},
  author={Hans Malicky},
  booktitle={Springer Netherlands},
  year={1976}
}
  • H. Malicky
  • Published in Springer Netherlands 1976
  • Biology
Goereilla baumanni DENNING, a caddis-fly of unusual phylogenetic significance, is recorded only from Montana; morphological data for the larva, pupa and female are presented for the first time. Because several derivative characters diagnostic for the Goerinae generally are represented in G. baumanni in a primitive condition, it is proposed that G. baumanni is the most primitive living member of the Goerinae now known. The species is considered to be a phylogenetic relict, together with Lepania… 
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FACTORS FACILITATING THE COEXISTENCE OF HYDROPSYCHID CADDIS LARVAE (TRICHOPTERA) IN THE SAME RIVER SYSTEM
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It is suggested that net-spinning sites are in short supply and that differences in their use are necessary for stable coexistence, and both sequential distribution patterns and ecological distinctions between species in the same river section could effectively partition the supply of net- Spinning sites or food between the species.
Larval morphology and phylogenetic position of Drusus balcanicus, Drusus botosaneanui, Drusus serbicus and Drusus tenellus (Trichoptera: Limnephilidae: Drusinae).
In a recent 3-gene phylogeny of the Trichoptera subfamily Drusinae Banks, 1916 molecular data clearly correlated with the morphology and feeding ecology of larvae. The largest of three main groups,

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