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New systematic data for the North American caddisfly genera Lepania, Goeracea, and Goerita (Trichoptera : Limnephilidae)

by Glenn B. Wiggins

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Published by Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Caddisflies.,
  • Limnephilidae.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementGlenn B. Wiggins.
    SeriesLife sciences contributions -- no. 91
    ContributionsRoyal Ontario Museum.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination33 p. :
    Number of Pages33
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14781216M

    Three species of the leptocerid caddisfly genus Mystacides are represented in North America: hralis (Walk.), briata H.-G., and ornis (L.). Study of a considerable amount of new material of these species has shown, particularly in the larval and pupal stages, that certain of the characters distinguishing the species, and even the genus itself, have been misinterpreted in. New systematic data for the North American caddisfly genera Lepania, Goeracea, and Goerita (Trichoptera: Limnephilidae) / View Metadata By: Wiggins, Glenn B. - Royal Ontario Museum.

    James H. Thorp, D. Christopher Rogers, in Field Guide to Freshwater Invertebrates of North America, B Functional Roles in the Ecosystem and Biotic Interactions. Caddisflies occupy all consumer functional feeding groups up through the level of insectivore, and it is not unusual for a larva’s trophic position to change with growth and instar number. Wiggins, G.B. a. New systematic data for the North American caddisfly genera Lepania, Goeracea, and Goerita (Trichoptera: Limnephilidae). Life Sciences Contributions Royal Ontario Museum No. 33 pp. Wiggins, G.B. b. Contributions to the Systematics of the Caddisfly Family Limnephilidae (Trichoptera). I. Life Sciences Contributions Royal.

    Caddisflies are perhaps the most underappreciated aquatic insect family. To many non-anglers, they look like little moths. Adults have wings shaped like a tent, segmented bodies without tails, and antennae that give a moth-like appearance. But unlike moths, caddisflies spend most of their lives living in the water as larvae, which look like little worms. Most, but not all, caddisfly larvae. The caddisflies, or order Trichoptera, are a group of insects with aquatic larvae and terrestrial adults. There are approximat described species, most of which can be divided into the suborders Integripalpia and Annulipalpia on the basis of the adult mouthparts. Integripalpian larvae construct a portable casing to protect themselves as they move around looking for food, while.


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New systematic data for the North American caddisfly genera Lepania, Goeracea, and Goerita (Trichoptera : Limnephilidae) by Glenn B. Wiggins Download PDF EPUB FB2

Full text of "New systematic data for the North American caddisfly genera Lepania, Goeracea, and Goerita (Trichoptera: Limnephilidae)" See other formats Life Sciences Contribution q-4 Royal Ontario Museum vy I New Systematic Data for the North American Caddisfly Genera Lepania, Goeracea and Goerita (Trichoptera: Limnephilidae) Glenn B.

Wiggins R:Kn^ ^ ^ci>^^. Get this from a library. New systematic data for the North American caddisfly genera Lepania, Goeracea and Goerita (Trichoptera: Limnephilidae). [Glenn B Wiggins]. New systematic data for the North American caddisfly genera Lepania, Goeracea, and Goerita (Trichoptera: Limnephilidae) by Wiggins, Glenn B ; Royal Ontario MuseumPages:   The Systematic Section begins with a key to larvae of the 26 families of North American Trichoptera.

Each chapter in this section is devoted to a particular family, providing a summary of biological features and a key to genera, followed by a two Cited by: New systematic data for the North American caddisfly genera Lepania, Goeracea, and Goerita (Trichoptera: Limnephilidae) / By Glenn B.

Wiggins and Royal Ontario Museum. Topics: Caddisflies Author: Glenn B. Wiggins and Royal Ontario Museum. Author of Caddisflies, New systematic data for the North American caddisfly genera Lepania, Goeracea and Goerita (Trichoptera: Limnephilidae), Larvae of the North American caddisfly genera (Trichoptera), The caddisfly family phryganeidae (trichoptera), Contributions to the systematics of the caddisfly family Limnephilidae (Trichoptera) I, A revision of the North American caddisfly genus.

The Systematic Section begins with a key to larvae of the 26 families of North American Trichoptera. Each chapter in this section is devoted to a particular family, providing a summary of biological features and a key to genera, followed by a two-page outline for each genus with illustrations facing text.

Wiggins, G.B. New systematic data for the North American caddisfly genera Lepania, Goeracea, and Goerita (Trichoptera: Limnephilidae). Contributions of the Royal Ontario Museum of Life Sciences Wiggins, G.B. Larvae of the North American caddisfly genera.

2nd Edition. University of Toronto Press, Toronto. Wiggins, G. The family is widespread over much of North America, where there are six genera with nearly 70 species known north of Mexico.

In general structure this family shows some similarity to the Psychomyiidae, and in fact the Polycentropodidae have been treated as a subfamily of the Psychomyiidae in some North American works (e.g. Ross ; Flint a). Abstract. 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 e 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. Descriptions of new North American Additions and revisions to the genera of North American caddisflies of the family Brachycentridae with special reference to the larval stages (Trichoptera).

Can. Ent. – Wiggins, G.B. New systematic data for the North American caddisfly genera Lepania, Goeracea and Goerita. Life Sci. Wiggins, G.B. () New systematic data concerning the North American caddisfly genera Lepania, Goeracea, and Goerita (Trichoptera: Limnephilidae).

Royal Ontario Museum Life Sciences Co. An extensively revised edition of the reference work identifying the larvae of the North American caddisfly genera, their structure and biology. The genera covered are all those currently recognized within the Nearctic region, excluding the Caribbean islands, and represent the systematic collection and identification of the nea species of the fresh water insects.

Caddisflies are among the most diverse groups of organisms living in freshwater habitats, and their larvae are involved in energy transfer at several levels within these communities.

Larvae of the North American Caddisfly Genera (Trichoptera) is a comprehensive reference on the aquatic larval stages of the Nearctic genera, of which more. b: G.B. Wiggins: New systematic data concerning the North American caddisfly genera Lepania, Goeracea, and Goerita (Trichoptera: Limnephilidae).

- Royal Ontario Museum Life Sciences Contribution c: G.B. Wiggins: Contributions to the systematics of the caddisfly family Limnephilidae (Trichoptera) I. Royal. Wiggins, G.B. () New systematic data for the North American caddisfly genera Lepania, Goeracea and Goerita (Trichoptera: Limnephilidae).

Life Science Contribution, Royal Ontario Museum, 91, 1– Wiggins, G.B. () Larvae of the North American Caddisfly Genera (Trichoptera). University of Toronto Press, Toronto, pp. 18 Bathurst Walk, Iver, Buckinghamshire, SL0 9AZ, U.K. Tel: +44 (0) / Fax: +44 (0) Email: [email protected]@ Descriptions of two new caddis species (Trichoptera: Leptoceridae) in the genera Gracilipsodes and Symphitoneuria, from New Caledonia.

Records of the Canterbury Museum Ward, J. B., and S. Pollard. Mating plugs and exaggerated genitalia: possible consequences of sexual selection on two species of Trichopetra from New Caledonia. A preliminary systematic study of the North American larvae of the caddisfly family Phryganeidae (Trichoptera) Article in Canadian Journal of Zoology 38(6) February with 39 Reads.

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Bythe family Sericostomatidae had become an extremely diverse group, containing 8 subfamilies or tribes and many disparate genera. Since then, primarily on the basis of larval studies, many taxa have been removed from the family either as full new families or as entities within other families.

Wiggins, G.B. a. New systematic data for the North American caddisfly genera Lepania, Goeracea, and Goerita (Trichoptera: Limnephilidae). Life Sciences Contributions Royal Ontario Museum No.

33 pp. Wiggins, G.B. b. Contributions to the Systematics of the Caddisfly Family Limnephilidae (Trichoptera). I.This book is the m Caddisfly larvae are also remarkable because of the exquisite food-catching nets and portable cases they construct with silk and selected pieces of plant and rock materials.

This book is the most comprehensive existing reference on the aquatic larval stages of the Nearctic genera of Trichoptera, comprising more than 5/5(1).