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Genera of the Trichoptera of Canada and Adjoining or Adjacent United States

by F. Schmid

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Published by NRC Research Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Arachnids,
  • Insects (entomology),
  • Reference works,
  • North America

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages319
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11027580M
    ISBN 100660164027
    ISBN 109780660164021

    The order Trichoptera (caddisflies) is a group of holometabolous insects closely related to butterflies (Lepidoptera). It includes approximat extant species within 49 families and approximately genera (Holzenthal et al., , ).The immature stages are ubiquitous in freshwaters, but are especially diverse in rivers and streams. The insects and arachnids of Canada, part 7. Genera of the Trichoptera of Canada and adjoining or adjacent United States. NRC Research Press.; part 7 ; Vshivkova TS. Phylogeny of family Limnephilidae (Insecta: Trichoptera) with emphasis on tribe Limnephilini (subfamily Limnephilinae) Clemson University, SC, USA;

    Schmid, F., Genera of the Trichoptera of Canada and Adjoining or Adjacent United States. The insects and arachnids of Canada (Ottawa, ), Part 7. Google Scholar. Genera of the Trichoptera of Canada and adjoining or adjacent United States. National Research Council Research Press, Ottawa, Ontario, pp. Ulmer G () Trichoptera. In: The Percy Sladen Trust Expedition to the Indian Ocean in , vol. III. Transactions of the Linnean Society of London, Second Series, Zoology

    This book is the most comprehensive existing reference on the aquatic larval stages of the Nearctic genera of Trichoptera, comprising more than species in North America. The book is invaluable for freshwater biologists and ecologists in identifying caddisfly in the communities they study, for students of aquatic biology as a guide to. (). Th e Insects and Arachnids of Canada. Part 7. Genera of the Trichoptera of Canada and adjoining or adjacent United States. National Research Council Research Press, (). Trichoptera from the mountains of North Carolina and Tennessee. (). Trichoptera.


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The name of the order "Trichoptera" derives from the Greek: θρίξ (thrix, "hair"), genitive trichos + πτερόν (pteron, "wing"), and refers to the fact that the wings of these insects are origin of the word "caddis" is unclear, but it dates back to at least as far as Izaak Walton's book The Compleat Angler, where "cod-worms or caddis" were mentioned as being.

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Trichoptera, or caddisflies, are holometabolous insects closely related to Lepidoptera, or moths. However, unlike most moths, their eggs, larvae, and pupae are usually found in or very near freshwater, and adults are aerial, usually not far from their aquatic habitats ().The Trichoptera include more species than any of the other primarily aquatic orders of insects.

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The family is represented in all faunal regions; six genera are recognized in North America, where approximately 80 species are known in the United States and Canada. Larvae of this family are specialized for feeding on the uppermost exposed surfaces of rocks, where they graze on diatoms, green algae, and fine organic particles (e.g.

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