Megaloptera


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Hay varios grupos muy bien representados, con respecto al total de taxones reportados para el pais, especialmente Ephemeroptera, Plecoptera, Odonata, Hemiptera, Megaloptera y Trichoptera.
Taxonomia, bionomia e estructura da comunidade de larvas de Megaloptera (Insecta) em igarapes nos estados do Amazonas e Roraima, Brasil.
ORDENES NUMERO DE NUMERO DE FAMILIAS EJEMPLARES Blattodea 3 62 Coleoptera 26 1842 Dermaptera 4 66 Diptera 10 347 Hemiptera 27 806 Hymenoptera 10 722 Isoptera 2 7 Lepidoptera 6 1132 Mantodea 4 23 Megaloptera 1 28 Neuroptera 2 8 odonata 5 101 orthoptera 8 316 Phasmatodea 3 182 TOTAL 111 5642 Tabla 2.
Entre los ordenes son mas diversos los Trichoptera, seguido por Coleoptera y Ephemeroptera y resultando escasa la diversidad para los Oligochaeta, Megaloptera, Plecoptera y Unionoida (Tabla 4).
Handlirsch assigned this genus to the family Chaulioditidae in the order Megaloptera. The family Chaulioditidae, with the only species Ch.
vulgata 0.6 (11) 0.5 (1) Caenis horaria 0.8 (2) -- (0) Megaloptera Sialidae 0.7 (3) -- (0) Trichoptera 1.0 (4) -- (0) Insecta pupa 0.8 (8) 0.9 (2) Bivalvia Sphaeridae -- (0) 0.4 (8) Gastropoda -- (0) 0.6 (1) Kento Food taxon Perch Roach Cladocera 1.0 (8) 1.0 (14) Diptera Chironomidae 0.0 (12) 0.1 (4) Ephemeroptera E.
Coleoptera, Raphidioptera, Megaloptera have still not been found in the Lodeve basin sites whereas they exist in the Early and Middle Permian of Siberia and of USA.
Fragmenta Faunistica Tirolensia--17 (Arachnida: Araneae; Insecta: Psocoptera, Strepsiptera, Megaloptera, Neuroptera, Raphidioptera, Mecoptera, Siphonaptera, Diptera: Mycetophiloidea).
Generally, the Arctic invertebrate fauna is depauperate, and some groups (Odonata and Megaloptera) are usually absent (Miller et al., 1986).
One group consisted of organisms living on macrophytes, branches or on ot her substrates (Hirudinea, Ephemeroptera, Trichoptera, Odonata, Coleoptera, Megaloptera), and which are relatively sensitive to fish predation.
Insects included Odonata (Gomphidae, Macr omiidae), Megaloptera, Trichoptera, Plecoptera, Coleoptera (Haliplidae, Dytiscidae, Gyrinidae, Psephenidae, Dryopoidea), Ephemeroptera, Hemiptera (Corixidae, Belostomatidae, Veliidae), and Diptera (Tipulidae, Chironomidae).