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Academic & Professional Books  Insects & other Invertebrates  Insects  Caddis-flies (Trichoptera)

Ferrantia, Volume 55: Proceedings of the First Conference on Faunistics and Zoogeography of European Trichoptera Luxembourg, 2-4 September 2005

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By: Mark Meyer(Editor), Peter Neu(Editor)
155 pages, colour & b/w photos, colour & b/w illustrations, b/w distribution maps, tables
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Language: English, with some contributions having bi- or trilingual abstracts in English, French, and German

From the preface:

"It was Peter Neu who had the idea to organise a first European conference on caddisflies (Trichoptera). He asked the author if this event could be held in Luxemburg. With the support of the Director of our Museum and the funding of the National Research Fund (FNR) the project could start. The aim of this initiative was to create a communication platform for Trichopterologists on a continental level.

The conference had a good success, with a total of 62 participants from 19 nations, 16 lectures and 11 posters. The fact that the venue was a Conference-Hotel in the north of Luxemburg, near the river Sure, one of the less polluted flowing water in Central Europe gave the opportunity for the participants to collect caddisflies, particularly with the use of light traps set around the venue.

Unanimously the participants agreed to produce a publication with the proceedings of the conference. After a long and somehow time-consuming task, we are pleased to publish these proceedings in this volume of our monographic series, Ferrantia. The first chapter brings the programme of the conference. The scientific contributions follow in alphabetic order of the authors' names."

Contents

The history and present state of Trichoptera research in the Czech Republic
   Chvojka Pavel, Komzák Petr 11
The genus Rhyacophila Pictet, 1834 in Italy
   Fernanda Cianficconi, Carla Corallini, Barbara Todini 22
Caddisfly assemblages characterizing different ecological areas in Luxembourg: from geographical distributions to bioindication
   Alain Dohet, Martial Ferréol, Henry-Michel Cauchie & Lucien Hoffmann 33
Spatial and temporal distribution of Trichoptera larvae in the Mirusha River (Kosova)
   Agim Gashi, Halil Ibrahimi 57
Limes norrlandicus – a natural biogeographical border for caddisflies (Trichoptera) in Sweden
   Bo Gullefors 61
Distribution of caddisflies in The Netherlands
   Bert Higler 66
State of knowledge of investigations on Trichoptera larvae in Kosova
   Halil Ibrahimi, Agim Gashi 70
The Trichoptera (Insecta) of the Bán Stream, Bükk Mts., northern Hungary
   Ottó Kiss 73
Glacial refugia of the montane caddisfly Drusus discolor (Rambur, 1842)
   Steffen U. Pauls, H. Thorsten Lumbsch, Peter Haase 80
The Indicator Database for European Freshwater Invertebrates
   Astrid Schmidt-Kloiber, Wolfram Graf, Otto Moog, Armin Lorenz, Daniel Hering 85
Checklist of the Trichoptera of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg – First revision
   Isabel Schrankel, Peter J. Neu, Alain Dohet, Fernand Schoos 89
Zoogeographical characteristics of the Trichoptera Fauna of Turkey
   Füsun Sipahiler 93
First revision of the Romanian caddisflies (Insecta: Trichoptera) Part 1: Systematic checklist (updated: 12/2005)
   Lujza Ujvárosi, Sabina C. Robert, Peter J. Neu, Berthold Robert 110
Zoogeographic division of Slovenia based on caddisfly distribution
   Gorazd Urbanič 125
The larva of Micrasema cenerentola Schmid, 1952 (Insecta: Trichoptera: Brachycentridae)
   Rufino Vieira-Lanero, Marcos A. González, Fernando Cobo, Mª. José Servia 133
Light-trapping of Trichoptera at the March, an eighth-order Austrian lowland river
   Johann Waringer, Wolfram Graf 141
Overall distributional patterns of European Trichoptera
   Peter Wiberg-Larsen 143

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World / Checklist Proceedings Journal / Magazine
By: Mark Meyer(Editor), Peter Neu(Editor)
155 pages, colour & b/w photos, colour & b/w illustrations, b/w distribution maps, tables
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