Aquatic Insects: Challenges to Populations : Proceedings of the Royal Entomological Society's 24th Symposium

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"Considers the challenges facing insect populations in aquatic environments and how they have adapted to achieve such prominence in virtually all habitats." SUMMARY.
 

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Contents

1 Aquatic Insect Adaptations to Winter Cold and Ice
1
Ecology Physiology and Evolution
20
3 Larval Cannibalism and Population Dynamics of Dragonflies
36
4 The Ecology of HostParasite Interactions in Aquatic Insects
55
5 Effects of Drought on Stream Insects and its Ecological Consequences
81
6 The Effect of Floods on Aquatic Invertebrate Communities
103
7 Lifehistory and Behavioural Adaptations to Flow Regime in Aquatic Insects
122
What Role does Flow Play?
139
10 What is the Spatial Structure of Stream Insect Populations? Dispersal Behaviour at Different Lifehistory Stages
184
11 Polarization Vision in Aquatic Insects and Ecological Traps for Polarotactic Insects
204
12 Evolution and Physiology of Flight in Aquatic Insects
230
13 Evolutionary Drivers and the Ecological Traits of Adult Aquatic Insects
250
What Have We Learned?
268
15 Habitat Constraints and the Generation of Diversity in Freshwater Macroinvertebrates
289
Index
313
Copyright

an Emerging Conceptual Framework
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