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Population and production ecology of Lipsothrix spp. (Diptera:Tipulidae)

Thomas Leavitt Dudley

Population and production ecology of Lipsothrix spp. (Diptera:Tipulidae)

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  • Crane flies.

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    Statementby Thomas Leavitt Dudley.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[12], 161 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages161
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    Open LibraryOL14229775M

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Attribute Name Values; Creator: Dudley, Thomas L. Abstract: Craneflies of the genus Lipsothrix inhabit decomposing wood in streams. The life cycles and ecological relationships of L. nigrilinea (Doane) and L. fenderi Alexander were investigated to determine how they exploit and respond to the wood habitat and their role in degradation of woody debris in western by: 6.

Population and production ecology of Lipsothrix spp. (Diptera:Tipulidae) By. Abstract. Graduation date: Craneflies of the genus Lipsothrix inhabit decomposing wood in\ud streams. The life cycles and ecological relationships of L. nigrilinea\ud (Doane) and L. fenderi Alexander were investigated to determine how they\ud exploit and respond.

The complete larval development of aquatic insects associated with submerged wood is reported for the dipterans Lipsothrix spp. Loew, (Dudley &. Ecology is the study of the interactions of living organisms with their environment. One core goal of ecology is to understand the distribution and abundance of living things in the physical environment.

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