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Caddisflies of Alabama

Steven C. Harris

Caddisflies of Alabama

by Steven C. Harris

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Published by Geological Survey of Alabama, Biological Resources Division in Tuscaloosa, Ala. (P.O. Box O, Tuscaloosa 35486-9780) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Alabama
    • Subjects:
    • Caddisflies -- Alabama -- Geographical distribution -- Maps.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 35-46).

      Statementby Steven C. Harris, Patrick E. O"Neil, and Paul K. Lago.
      SeriesBulletin ;, 142, Bulletin (Geological Survey of Alabama) ;, 142.
      ContributionsO"Neil, Patrick E., Lago, Paul K.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE81 .A15 no. 142, QL517.1A2 .A15 no. 142
      The Physical Object
      Pagination442 p. :
      Number of Pages442
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1670473M
      LC Control Number91623709

        Caddisflies (Trichoptera) are moth-like insects that lay eggs in fresh water. The aquatic larvae build cases from debris around themselves and feed on anything from algae to invertebrates. They are important in the food web as both consumers and prey. Like Ephemeroptera and Plecoptera, caddisfly larvae indicate high water quality. Caddisfly larvae obtain oxygen dissolved in water through thin and soft skin. Some species have branched gills or humps on the sides of the body (in order to increase the body surface). Larvae undulate their body to create a flow of oxygenated water through the case.

      Alabama has the fourth most endangered or threatened species in the country. slow-moving waters and snacking on mayflies and caddisflies. Taylor is working on a book with fellow crayfish. Matching books: Larvae of the North American Caddisfly Genera (Trichoptera) The Caddisfly Handbook: An Orvis Streamside Guide A revision of the Neotropical caddisfly genus Leucotrichia Mosely, (Hydroptilidae, Leucotrichiinae) The caddisfly family Phryganeidae (Trichoptera) Diagnostic atlas of the North American caddisfly adults II.

      Her interests include camping, fishing, Alabama football, and dog rescue. Kim is a New College graduate with a depth study in Holocaust and Genocide Studies. She has a Master degree in Library and Information Studies from The University of Alabama. She has a PhD in the Interdisciplinary Studies Program at the University of Alabama. Her interests include camping, fishing, Alabama football, and dog rescue. Kim is a New College graduate with a depth study in Holocaust and Genocide Studies. She has a Master's degree in Library and Information Studies from The University of Alabama. She has a Ph.D. in the Interdisciplinary Studies Program at the University of Alabama.


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4to. Illus. (color and b/w plates). Footnotes. Bibliography. Index. Signed by the author. "Throughout fly-fishing history, says the author in his introduction to this important book, caddisflies have been treated as if they were less important than mayflies.

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The EPT richness found at INDU was a low proportion of the number of species known from Indiana: caddisflies contributed only % of known state fauna, mayflies and stoneflies contributed %.

Caddisfly - Caddisfly - Evolution and paleontology: The caddisflies were long classified in the order Neuroptera. However, the two groups are now thought to represent different evolutionary lines. Ancestral Mecoptera (scorpionflies) probably gave rise to the Neuroptera (lacewings), Trichoptera (caddisflies), and Lepidoptera (moths, butterflies).

The closely related Trichoptera and Lepidoptera. Caddisflies are among the most successful and diverse organisms in freshwater habitats, with ab described species around the world, divided into 49 extant families and genera (Holzenthal et al.,).

As in other insect orders, Trichoptera taxonomy is mainly based on adult features, but they are better known for the. Caddisflies are perhaps the most underappreciated aquatic insect family.

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