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Insects are a diverse, numerous and important group in aquatic habitats, occupying key functional and ecological roles. This edited volume brings together acknowledged experts in often disparate fields ranging from physiology through ecology to evolution to consider in a unified manner the challenges facing insect populations in aquatic environments and how they have adapted to achieve such prominence in virtually all habitats. It will be of central interest to researchers and students in aquatic insects and general entomology.
"It is...a very valuable source of up-to-date reviews on selected topics highly recommended for advanced students and researchers interested in or working with aquatic insects."--Journal of Basic and Applied Ecology
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