Dytiscidae


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Synonyms for Dytiscidae

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SPECIES RICHNESS AND DIVERSITY OF THE DYTISCIDAE (COLEOPTERA: HYDRADEPHAGA) OF FORT CAMPBELL MILITARY RESERVATION IN KENTUCKY AND TENNESSEE USING LIGHT TRAP DATA, G.
Nilsson AN: A review of primary setae and pores on legs of larval Dytiscidae (Coleoptera).
The Matinae van den Branden, hypothesized as the sister-group to the remaining Dytiscidae, has relatively few species that are restricted to Nearctic and Australian regions.
Numerous descriptive studies have shown that significant inter- and intra-specific variation in cranial (7), (8), (9), (10) and mandibular (11) morphology is present in Dytiscidae.
3:30 A PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT OF A TECHNIQUE TO EVALUATE VERTICAL HABITAT DISTRIBUTION OF LARVAL DYTISCIDAE (COLEOPTERA), Brandi Dent * (1), E.
Watts CHS: The larvae of some Dytiscidae (Coleoptera) from Delta, Manitoba.
Within Coleoptera, we identified several prey itemsto family, including Carabidae, Chrysomelidae, Curculionidae, Dytiscidae, and Scarabaeidae.
Paratypes from field station 428-5 from leaf litter together with Dytiscidae, small Corixidae, Copepoda, Tubificidae, numerous Ceratopogonidae, Mysidacea and Macrobrachium (from field notes of E.
In the multiple prey experiments, the addition of notonectidae to dytiscidae significantly increased the level of consumption of both larvae and pupae (p <0.
Some taxa that are commonly sampled in these temporary environments include Anostraca, Notostraca, Conchostraca, Cladocera, Ostracoda, Corixidae, Notonectidae, Dytiscidae, and Hydrophilidae (Hutchinson 1932; Rzoska 1961; Weir 1969; Williams 1985; Seaman et al.