An Introduction to the Aquatic Insects of North America

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Richard W. Merritt, Kenneth W. Cummins
Kendall Hunt, 1996 - Nature - 862 pages
 

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Contents

by K W Stewart and P P Harper
267
Acknowledgments to the First Edition xi by J T Polhemus
298
List of Contributors xiii by E D Evans and H H Neunzig
309
General Morphology of Aquatic Insects 5 by J C Morse and R W Holzenthal
387
Collecting by W H Lange
399
Aquatic Insect Respiration 29 by C H Eriksen V H Resh and G A Lamberti 21 Aquatic Hymenoptera
474
Habitat Life History and Behavioral Adaptations of Aquatic Insects 41 22 Aquatic Diptera
484
Use of Aquatic Insects in Biomonitoring 87 Aquatic Diptera
515
Phylogenetic Relationships and Evolutionary 23 Tipulidae
549
General Classification and Key to the Orders by E D Walker and H D Newson
591
Aquatic Collembola 113 by K A Christiansen and R J Snider 26 Chironomidae
635
by G F Edmunds Jr and R D Waltz Bibliography
755
Ephemeroptera 126
797
Odonata 164 Index
849
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