Plecoptera


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Plecoptera

the insect order containing the stoneflies, which are hemimetabolous and similar to mayflies.
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2007), como é o caso de insetos das ordens Ephemeroptera, Plecoptera e Trichoptera (Fialkowski e Rainbow, 2006).
05): Total Richness, Family Richness, Ephemeroptera Richness, Plecoptera Richness, Trichoptera Richness, EPT Richness, Ratio EPT/Chironomidae, BMWP-CETEC, IBE-IOC, % Plecoptera, % Diptera, % Coleoptera, % Collector, % Scraper and % Predator.
Plecoptera size distribution patterns could be useful in assessing which stonefly size-spectra are susceptible to disturbance in tropical rivers and in evaluating their population dynamics.
Ephemeroptera and Plecoptera biodiversity in central Patagonia, Chubut province, Argentina.
Las ninfas de Plecoptera colectadas en campo se preservaron en etanol al 80%, luego en el laboratorio se separaron en frascos individuales previamente rotulados segun el microhabitat.
Pearson correlations between biological indicators (1BE-IOC, percent of Shredders, Ephemeroptera + Plecoptera + Trichoptera EPT Richness, Total Richness) and percent of intermediate+advanced successional stage forests at three spatial scales (30, 50 and 100 m wide riparian zones at each margin) in the Aldeia Velha river basin.
Platysticitidae Palaemnema Polythoridae Cora Plecoptera Perlidae Anacroneuria X X Trichoptera Glossosomatidae Culoptila X X Hydrobiosidae Atopsyche X X Hydrophilidae N.
Stomach contents were identified to family for orders Ephemeroptera, Diptera, Odonata, Coleoptera, Plecoptera, Decapoda, and Trichoptera (Merrit and Cummins, 1996).
El orden Plecoptera constituye un grupo pequeno de unas 2.
Un ejemplo de ambas tecnicas para insectos acuaticos, es el trabajo de Bispo y Froehlich (2004), el cual estudia un genero de Plecoptera del Neotropico, Anacroneuria, en el estado de Goias en Brasil, en donde se han descrito dos especies, A.
We collected the following number of genera: 39 Coleoptera, 35 Diptera (excluding Chironomidae), 18 Ephemeroptera, 10 Heteroptera (aquatic Hemiptera), 16 Odonata, 16 Plecoptera, 29 Trichoptera, 13 Crustacea, and 8 Mollusca.
La densidad de deriva nocturna para quebradas de tierras bajas ha sido observada principalmente para Ephemeroptera, Simuludae, Trichoptera, Plecoptera y Gammaridae (Allan 1984, Waringer 1992).