An Illustrated Guide to the Mountain Stream Insects of Colorado

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University Press of Colorado, 2002 - Nature - 219 pages
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Now available in a revised and updated edition, An Illustrated Guide to the Mountain Stream Insects of Colorado is a comprehensive resource on the biology, ecology, and systematics of aquatic insects found in Rocky Mountain streams. This richly illustrated volume includes descriptions of mountain stream ecosystems and habitats, simplified identification keys, and an extensive bibliography. This second edition is ideal for the naturalist, trout stream anglers interested in entomology, specialists in stream ecology, and students of aquatic entomology and freshwater biology.

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J.V. Ward is a stream ecologist and professor of biology at Colorado State University. His extensive publication record includes Aquatic Insect Ecology/ He is a former president of the North American Benthological Society and serves as editor of Regulated Rivers, an international journal. B. C. Kondratieff is a professor of entomology and curator of the C. P. Gillette Museum of Arthropod Diversity at Colorado State University. He is the author or co-author of numerous scientific publications on aquatic insect ecology and taxonomy. R. E. Zuellig is studied ecology of aquatic insects and fish at Colorado State University.

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