4 edition of Keys to the case-bearing caddis larvae of Britain and Ireland found in the catalog.
Keys to the case-bearing caddis larvae of Britain and Ireland
I. D. Wallace
Includes bibliographical references (p. 251-255) and index.
|Other titles||Case-bearing caddis larvae of Britain and Ireland, Case-bearing caddis larvae|
|Statement||by I.D. Wallace, B. Wallace and the late G.N. Philipson.|
|Genre||Handbooks, manuals etc., Identification|
|Series||Scientific publication ;, no. 51, Scientific publication (Freshwater Biological Association) ;, no. 51.|
|Contributions||Wallace, B., Philipson, G. N., Freshwater Biological Association.|
|LC Classifications||QL517.4.I73 W35 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||259 p. :|
|Number of Pages||259|
|LC Control Number||2003467518|
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Key to the case-bearing caddis larvae of Britain and Ireland. Far Sawrey, Ambleside, Cumbria: Freshwater Biological Association, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: I D Wallace; B Wallace; G N Philipson. Keys to the case-bearing caddis larvae of Britain and Ireland book this book The British caddisflies (Trichoptera) are often viewed as a difficult group.
While the larvae can be found in most freshwater habitats, the adults are a different matter, with some species only on the wing of a few weeks of the year, and many active only at night. Keys to the case-bearing caddis larvae of Britain and Ireland book to the case-bearing caddis larvae of Britain and Ireland Article in Freshwater Biology 49(4) April with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
"Case-bearing" as opposed to non-case-bearing caddis larvae are defined in the Introduction. A check-list gives the names of species in 58 genera of 12 families of case-bearing Trichoptera larve; of these species are known from Britain, of which together with a further 2 are recorded from Ireland.
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The challenge for this identification guide was to produce keys that use features visible with a x10 hand lens, and enable identification to some level of.
Trichoptera - the Caddis or Sedge Flies This is quite a large order of insects with wings which, when at rest, are held along the body in the form of a ridge tent. A characteristic of flies of this order is the long antennae - in many species more than double the body length. Keys to the case-bearing caddis larvae of Britain and Ireland - Freshwater Biological Association - Far Sawrey, Ambleside In-text: (Wallace, Wallace and Philipson, ).
Phrygania grandis, Phrygania striata - Great Red Sedge. Phylum: Arthropoda - Class: Insecta - Order: Trichoptera - Family: Phryganeidae The Great Red Sedge is the largest caddis or sedge fly that hatches in the British Isles.
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