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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this book tells about inscet that have larvas

Contents

Introduction
1
Collecting
12
Aquatic Insect Respiration
29
Habitat Life History and Behavioral
41
Ecology and Distribution of Aquatic Insects
74
Use of Aquatic Insects in Biomonitoring
87
Phylogenetic Relationships and Evolutionary
98
General Classification and Key to the Orders
108
Ephemeroptera
126
Odonata
164
Semiaquatic Orthoptera
212
J Cantrall and M A Brusven
849
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