A synonymy of the caddisfly
genus Lepidostoma Rambur (Trichoptera: Lepidostomatidae), including a species checklist.
Stout needs to be rather closely involved in the later stages of the caddisfly
Lakes frequented by dippers had steeper littoral zone slopes, more caddisfly
larvae, and tended to have more rocky substrate than lakes without dippers (Table 2).
The association of the stream caddisfly
Lasiocephala basalis (KOL.
Now, he is hoping to make a synthetic material with similar properties to the caddisfly
tape that could be used for applications like sticking wet tissues together during or after an operation while the tissues healed.
Based on published checklists of Tennessee and Kentucky caddisfly
fauna and the preliminary data thus far obtained, this poorly surveyed area appears to have a moderately rich trichopteran fauna typical of this region.
Other invertebrates observed in the stomachs included aquatic snails (Gastropoda), terrestrial beetles (Coleoptera), isopods (Isopoda) and caddisfly
The sand and silt bottom formation includes mussels (Anodonta grandis and Quadrula undulata), snails (Goniobasis livescens), midge larvae, bryozoans (Plumatella), and occasional caddisfly
Some high alpine invertebrates, such as Glacier National Park's caddisfly
, could be lost if water temperatures rise too high or if reduced water availability results in intermittent flow of streams.
No adult caddisfly
was collected at air temperatures < 12[degrees]C.
April 19 at Caddisfly
Resort in Mc-Kenzie Bridge for Todd Summerlin of McKenzie Bridge.
Based on checklists of Tennessee and Kentucky caddisfly
fauna and the preliminary data thus far obtained, this poorly surveyed area appears to have a moderately rich trichopteran fauna.