Atlas der Europäischen Köcherfliegen / Atlas des Trichoptères d'Europe Hans
Malicky. References to the ... Malicky, H., 1984, The Atlas of European Trichoptera, and some thoughts about identification of specimens. – Proc. 4th Int.
Author: Hans Malicky
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Caddis flies are important indicators of environmental quality in aquatic biotopes. This Atlas is the first book which enables the identification of the entire European caddis fly fauna since McLachlan’s Revision and Synopsis of 1874-1880. Identification of European caddis flies has proved difficult as a result of the widely scattered literature, and has therefore been a matter for specialists for more than hundred years. This Second Edition of The Atlas of European Trichoptera contains over 1400 species which means an increase of 25% since the first edition of 1983. Identification of specimens is one of the most difficult tasks in Zoology. This volume presents information which will enable the reader to develop his own opinions and will also help him reach decisions concerning the accuracy of his own results. The identification of specimens is undertaken by comparing the detailed drawings of the most important characteristics of all species known in Europe, the Mediterranean countries north of the Sahara, the Canary islands, Madeira, the Azores islands and the adjacent eastern regions including the Arab Peninsula and Iran. The fauna of Turkistan and Siberia is partially included. Explanations of the drawings are provided mainly by symbols which enable the use of this book independent of language. This concept has been proved successful in University courses. The introductory chapters are in English, German and French. Should a reader not understand any of these languages, the translation of these few pages, including the pages of explanations, will provide sufficient understanding for the entire book.
ATLAS OF EUROPEAN TRICHOPTERA Hans Malicky SERIES ENTOMOLOGICA
Caddisflies are important indicators of environmental quality in aquatic biotopes .
This atlas is the first book to facilitate the identification of the entire european ...
A monographic revision and synopsis of the Trichoptera of the European fauna ,
part 6. Napier Printers , London . Malicky , H. 1983. Atlas of European Trichoptera
. Dr. W. Junk Publ . , The Hague . Martynov , A.B. 1910. Les Trichoptères de la ...
Lichinki rucheinikov raiona Teletskogo ozera ( Larvae of caddis flies ( Trichoptera
) of Lake Teletskoye ) . ... Notes trichoptérologiques ( 10me Note ) : une larve de
Trichoptère spongillicole . Annales de ... Atlas of European Trichoptera .
1983. Atlas of European Trichoptera . 298 pp . The Hague . Malicky , H. &
Sipahiler , F. 1984. A faunistic survey of the caddisflies ( Trichoptera ) of Turkey .
Pp . 207-212 in Morse ( Ed . ) : Proceedings of the 4th Symposium on Trichoptera
, 1983 ...
MALICKY , H . 1983 : Atlas of European Trichoptera . - W . JUNK Publishers , The
Hague - Boston - London 298 pp . MARTYNOV , A . V . 1929 : On a collection of
Trichoptera from the River Bija and the vicinity of Lake Teletskoye . - Konowia 8 ...
Author: Wolfram Mey
Publisher: Antiquariat Geock & Evers
The present proceedings book contains a total of 68 articles. They have been either on display as posters or were presented as lectures. The volume is structured into eight sections which essentially reflect the sessions of the conference. The largest numbers of articles, 19, are in the systematics section, followed by the ecology section with 17 articles. this symposium was held under the auspices of the Humboldt-University berlin in Postdam. The congress venue was the campus of the Ostdeutsche Sparkassenakadmie on the shore of the Templiner Lake in the south of Potsdam. A total of 106 scientific participants from 31 countries were registered
( in Russian ) . Mackereth , J . C . 1956 . Taxonomy of the larvae of the British
species of the sub - family Glossosomatinae ( Trichoptera ) . - Proc . R . Entomol .
Soc . London ( A ) 31 : 167 - 172 . Malicky , H . 1983 . Atlas of European Trichoptera .
Atlas of European Trichoptera . Dr. W. Junk , The Hague . 298 pp . McEwan , E.
1980. Biology and life history of the genus Agarodes ( Trichoptera :
Sericostomatidae ) in the southeastern U.S. M.S. Thesis , Clemson University ,
Clemson , s.c. ...
( 1993 ) . Malicky , H. 1983. Atlas of European Trichoptera . 298 pp . W. Junck ,
The Hague , Boston , London . Morse , J. C. ( ed . ) 1999. Trichoptera World
Checklist . http://entweb.clemson.edu/database/trichopt/ index.htm . Morton , K. J.
Author: Universiteit van Amsterdam. Zoölogisch MuseumPublish On: 1987
A monographic revision and synopsis of the Trichoptera of the European fauna:
1523 (with supplement pp. XIII-LXXIV), Plates I-LIX (Reprint Classey, Hampton
Middlesex, 1968). MALICKY, H., 1983. Atlas of European Trichoptera: 1298 (Junk
Author: Universiteit van Amsterdam. Zoölogisch Museum
Author: International Symposium on Insect Plant RelationshipsPublish On: 1996-08-31
K. Harz : Die Orthopteren Europas / The Orthoptera of Europe , Vol 1. 1969 ISBN
90-6193-115-0 ... ISBN 90-6193-133-9 24. H. Malicky : Atlas of European Trichoptera | Atlas der europäischen Köcherfliegen | Atlas des Trichoptères d'
Author: International Symposium on Insect Plant Relationships
The reason why insect-plant relationships attract more and more attention has been given by Professor Schoonhoven in the introductory lecture to this symposium: `The green blanket on the earth's surface with its myriads of insects has already revealed some of its complex workings, but contains many more facets which need to be discovered to gratify our insatiable curiosity, as well as help to improve agricultural production'. The 9th International Symposium on Insect-Plant Relationships (SIP-9) was once more, following the tradition established in 1958, a forum for investigators in both basic and applied entomology. Participants from 26 countries throughout the world presented 12 keynote lectures and a total of 141 oral presentations and posters. The proceedings volume contains 72 contributions of both oral lectures and posters which were all peer-reviewed by two independent referees.
Atlas of European Trichoptera . choptera . Am . Benthol . Soc . 5 : 150–158 .
Series Entomologica 24. W. Junk Publ . Wiggins , G. B. 1973. A contribution to the
biology Milne , M. J. 1938. The metamorphotype method of caddisflies (
Trichoptera ) ...
The principal works for the identification of all living organisms--animals, plants, fungi, bacteria, and viruses--found in northwestern Europe are listed in this practical and accessible reference book. The new edition reflects the progress made since publication of the fourth edition in 1978, and features a succinct selection of the relevant recent and standard literature for use in identifying organisms of the region. Arranged by major groups, with the title first and the author and date following, the book facilitates the search for a reference to a specific topic. Also included are details of general guides to the fauna and flora and the faunal lists of marine biological stations. The references listed can be applied to a wide area, enabling biologists to make correct identifications of rare or new records of species previously reported in the literature of other countries.
Author: Freshwater Biological AssociationPublish On: 1995
Strategies for coexistence in three species of netspinning caddis flies (
Trichoptera) in second-order southern Appalachian streams. Can. J. Zool. 55,
1829-1840. Malicky, H. (1983). Atlas of European Trichoptera. The Hague, Junk.