Trends in Research in Ephemeroptera and Plecoptera
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Trends in Research in Ephemeroptera and Plecoptera

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ISBN-13:
9780306465444
Einband:
Buch
Erscheinungsdatum:
01.09.2001
Seiten:
478
Autor:
Eduardo Dominguez
Gewicht:
897 g
Format:
241x162x35 mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

to the Panel Discussion.- Status of the Knowledge of Ephemeroptera in Northeast Asia and Guidelines for Future Research.- The Current Status of Ephemeroptera Biology in Australia.- Knowledge of the African-Malagasy Mayflies.- The Gentle Quest: 200 Years in Search of North American Mayflies.- The Status of the Taxonomy of the Mayfly (Ephemeroptera) Fauna of South America.- The Ephemeroptera of New Zealand and New Caledonia.- Current Knowledge of Mayfly Research in Europe (Ephemeroptera).- Status of the Systematic Knowledge and Priorities in Ephemeroptera Studies: the Oriental Region.- Life Cycle and Annual Production of Caenis sp (Ephemeroptera, Caenidae) in Lake Escondido (Bariloche, Argentina).- Effects of Rotenone Treatment on Mayfly Drift and Standing Stocks in Two Norwegian Rivers.- Longitudinal Distribution of the Mayfly (Ephemeroptera) Communities at the Chocancharava River Basin (Cordoba, Argentina).- Emergence of Ephemeroptera from the Assiniboine River, Canada.- Mayflies as Food.- Seasonal Variation of Ephemeroptera in Four Streams of Guatopo National Park, Venezuela.- Abundance and Altitudinal Distribution of Ephemeroptera in an Andean-Patagonean River System (Argentina).- Ephemeroptera: Abundance and Distribution in Regulated Streams (San Luis, Argentina).- Epirhithral Communities of Mayflies (Ephemeroptera) of the Odra River Basin (Czech Republic).- Atopophlebia fortunensis Flowers (Ephemeroptera: Leptophlebiidae) and Caenis chamie Alba-Tercedor and Mosquera (Ephemeroptera: Caenidae). Notes on Their Biology and Ecology.- Distribution of Ephemeroptera in the Andean Part of the Rio Beni Drainage Basin (Bolivia): Regional Pattern or Control at the Local Scale?.- Abundance and Diversity of a Mayfly Taxocene in a South American Subtropical Mountain Stream.- A Prediction Model of Running Waters Ecosystem in the Czech Republic Based on Mayfly Taxocenes of Undisturbed Rhithral Streams.- Geographical and Seasonal Occurrence of Winter Stoneflies (Plecoptera: Capniidae) of the Southern Sierra Nevada, California, USA.- Egg Development in Dinocras cephalotes (Plecoptera, Perlidae) at Its Altitudinal Limit in Norway.- Vibrational Communication (Drumming) and Mate-Searching Behaviour of Stoneflies (Plecoptera); Evolutionary Considerations.- Parthenogenetic and Bisexual Populations of Ephemerella notata Eat. in Poland.- Genetic Divergence in Populations of Dinocras cephalotes (Curtis, 1827) from Three Different Catchments in Central Italy (Plecoptera, Perlidae).- Construction and Evaluation of a New Laboratory System for Rearing Mayflies.- A Comparison of Methods for Analysis of a Long Aquatic Insect Life History: Pteronarcys californica (Plecoptera) in the Crowsnest River, Alberta.- Distribution in Poland of Species of the Baetis Group (Ephemeroptera, Baetidae).- Biomass of Ephemeroptera and Plecoptera in Three Swiss Rivers.- Ephemeroptera in Switzerland.- Distribution of Anacroneuria Species (Plecoptera; Perlidae) in Colombia.- A Cladistic Analysis of Austrophlebioides and Related Genera (Leptophlebiidae: Atalophlebiinae).- Redescription and Phylogenetic Relationships of Leentvaaria Demoulin (Ephemeroptera: Leptophlebiidae).- Predaceous Baetidae in Madagascar: an Uncommon and Unsuspected High Diversity.- A New Species of Aturbina (Ephemeroptera, Baetidae) Lugo-Ortiz and McCafferty from Uruguay.- A New Genus of Leptohyphidae (Insecta: Ephemeroptera).- The Nymph of Secochella illiesi (Ephemeroptera: Leptophlebiidae: Atalophlebiinae) from South America.- The Identity of Hagenulopsis minuta Spieth (Leptophlebiidae, Atalophlebiinae).- Platybaetis gagadjuensis, a New Species from Northern Australia (Ephemeroptera: Baetidae).- Description of the Male Imago of Ameletus primitivus Traver (Ephemeroptera: Ameletidae) with Notes on Its Relationship with Other Ameletus Species.- Progress on Taxonomic Study of the Family Perlidae from China.- Guaranyperla, a New Genus in the Gripopterygidae (Plecoptera).- Description of the Nymph of Kempn
TheInternationalConferencesonEphemeroptera(Mayflies)andSymposiaonPlecoptera (Stoneflies)areheldeverythreeyears,indifferentpartsoftheworld. Theseeventsallow specialistsfromdifferentcountriestointeractandpresenttheresultsoftheirlatest investigations. TheIXInternationalConferenceonEphemeropteraandXillInternationalSymposiumon Plecoptera,wereheldAugust16-21,1998,andAugust20-23,1998,respectively,inTaffdel Valle,Tucuman,Argentina,withajointsymposiumonAugust20,1998. Theseeventswerehos tedbythe"InstitutoSuperiordeEntomologfa"FacultaddeCienciasNaturales,fromtheNational UniversityofTucuman,andattendedbyapproximately80specialistsfrom25countries. Atpresent,whenthebiodiversitycrisisandthepressuresonfresh-waterenvironmentsand theirinhabitantsareworsethaneverbefore,theinformation,discussionsandguidelinescoming outofeventsofthiskindarebecomingmoreandmoreimportant. The54papersincludedinthisvolumeareamongthosepresentedduringthemeetings, andacceptedafterpeerreviewbyinternationalspecialists. Thepapersaregroupedinfivelooselydefinedsections(exceptthefirstthatcorresponds toapaneldiscussion),althoughseveralofthepaperscouldexceedthesubjectboundaries wheretheyarelocated. Iwouldliketothankthemanyindividualsandinstitutionsthathelpedwithboththis bookandtheorganizationoftheevents,namely: Themembersoftheorganizingcommittee:H. R. Fernandez,M. G. Cuezzo, F. Romero, C. Molineriand C. Nieto. AlsocollaboratingwereM. Ceraolo,1. Chocobar,M. Guzmande Tome,S. Moro,M. Orce,V. Manzoandmanyvolunteersandstudentstoonumeroustodetail here. Withouttheiruntiringefforts,theeventssimplywouldnothavebeenpossible. Thefollowingpersonsactedasmanuscriptreviewers:J. Alba-Tercedor,J. V. Arnekleiv, R. Baumann,J. E. Brittain, 1. C. Campbell,J. M. Elouard,J. F. Flannagan,R. W. Flowers, C. Froehlich,E. Gaino,M. T. Gillies,P. Goloboff,P. M. Grant,M. D. Hubbard, Y. Isobe,J. Jackson,N. N. Kapoor,P. Landolt, W. P. McCafferty, 1. McLellan,R. Nelson, W. L. Peters,G. Pritchard,M. Sartori,!. Sivec,1. Stanford, K. W. Stewart,D. Studemann,B. Stark,P. Suter,B. Sweeney,S. Szczytko,andP. Zwick. Theseinstitutionsprovidedtheirinstitutionaland/oreconomicsupport:Facultadde CienciasNaturaleseInstitutoMiguelLillo,UniversidadNacionaldeTucuman;ConsejoNa cionaldeInvestigacionesCientificasyTecnicas(CONICET);ConsejodeInvestigaciones, UniversidadNacionaldeTucuman(CIUNT);Fundaci6nAntorchas,Fundaci6nMiguelLillo; Direcci6ndeTurismo,MunicipalidaddeTaffdelValle. vii viii Preface ThePermanentCommitteeonEphemeropteraConferencesprovidedpartialfinancial supportforfellowshipsforstudentsfromtheCzechRepublic,ChinaandSlovenia;andthe NorthAmericanBenthologicalSocietyforstudentsfromBoliviaandVenezuela. Thecompletionofthisbookwouldnothavebeenpossiblewithouttheinvaluableeffort ofGustavoSanchez,whomadethedigitalworkoftheoriginalsandthecoverdesign, C. Molineriand C. Nietowhopatientlyreviewedthefinalcopies,andvaluableadvicefrom MaryAnnMcCarraandRobertWheeler. ThecoverillustrationsweredonebyS. RoigJu nen!(Ephemeroptera)and A. Dupuy(Plecoptera). EduardoDominguez ConvenorandEditor August,2000 CONTENTS STATUS OF THE KNOWLEDGE OF EPHEMEROPTERA IN THE WORLD IntroductiontothePanelDiscussion . 1. Alba-Tercedor StatusoftheKnowledgeofEphemeropterainNortheastAsiaandGuidelinesfor FutureResearch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 y. 1. Bae TheCurrentStatusofEphemeropteraBiologyinAustralia. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 I. C. Campbell KnowledgeoftheAfrican-MalagasyMayflies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 J. M. Elouard TheGentleQuest: 200YearsinSearchofNorthAmericanMayflies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 W. P. McCafferty TheStatusoftheTaxonomyoftheMayfly(Ephemeroptera)FaunaofSouthAmerica. . 37 M. L. Pescador,M. D. Hubbard,andM. delC. Zuniga TheEphemeropteraofNewZealandandNewCaledonia. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 W. L. Peters CurrentKnowledgeofMayflyResearchinEurope(Ephemeroptera). . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 M. Sartori StatusoftheSystemat