2 edition of Population and production ecology of Lipsothrix spp. (Diptera:Tipulidae) found in the catalog.
Population and production ecology of Lipsothrix spp. (Diptera:Tipulidae)
Thomas Leavitt Dudley
Written in English
|Statement||by Thomas Leavitt Dudley.|
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Population and production ecology of Lipsothrix spp. (Diptera:Tipulidae) By. Abstract. Graduation date: Craneflies of the genus Lipsothrix inhabit decomposing wood in\ud streams. The life cycles and ecological relationships of L. nigrilinea\ud (Doane) and L. fenderi Alexander were investigated to determine how they\ud exploit and respond.
The complete larval development of aquatic insects associated with submerged wood is reported for the dipterans Lipsothrix spp.
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