Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Trichoptera - Malicky, H. (ed.)
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In past years there have been several unsuccessful attempts to arrange a symposium on Trichoptera. Letters from fellow workers suggested that now might be an appropriate time, and that a symposium should be held in Lunz. Today it is clear that large congresses are losing their value because of the difficulty of attending all relevant lectures and of finding colleagues. In consequence, small symposia for specialist groups are becoming increasingly important. As I felt that the success of such a symposium must depend on the suggestions from its potential members, I sent out in April 1973,…mehr

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In past years there have been several unsuccessful attempts to arrange a symposium on Trichoptera. Letters from fellow workers suggested that now might be an appropriate time, and that a symposium should be held in Lunz. Today it is clear that large congresses are losing their value because of the difficulty of attending all relevant lectures and of finding colleagues. In consequence, small symposia for specialist groups are becoming increasingly important. As I felt that the success of such a symposium must depend on the suggestions from its potential members, I sent out in April 1973, together with a first circular, a questionnaire, asking for opinions on time and length of the symposium, numbers of participants, types of communication, interests within Trichopterology, and lan guages which should be used. The majority of answers suggested the following: The number of participants should be between 20 and 50, and the duration, excluding excursions, should be three to five days; main interests were in ecology and systematics, but there were also interests in physiology, behaviour, zoogeography, morphology, cytotaxonomy and evolution. There was a clear preference for local excursions. Languages should be English, French and German, with a preference for English. The symposium should consist of both formal papers and informal progress reports, with adequate time for discussion. The arrangements have therefore been based on these results.
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Springer, Berlin
  • 1976.
  • Seitenzahl: 228
  • Erscheinungstermin: 30. Juni 1976
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 229mm x 152mm x 12mm
  • Gewicht: 340g
  • ISBN-13: 9789061935476
  • ISBN-10: 9061935474
  • Artikelnr.: 27636775
Inhaltsangabe
Systematics and evolution (Chairmen, Nielsen, Vaillant and Ross).- Observations on the Helicopsychidae of New Caledonia.- A progress report on the phytogeny of Rhyacophila larvae.- Contributions to the systematics of the caddis-fly family Limnephilidae. III: The genus Goereilla..- The identification of British Limnephilid and Sericostomatid (s.l.) larvae.- Some Philopotamidae from France.- Athripsodes Billberg and ceraclea Stephens, distinct genera of long-horned caddisflies.- Communication sur trois larves de Trichoptères du Népal (Progress report).- Zoogeography (Chairmen, Nielsen, Vaillant and Ross).- A progress report on the endemic element of Tasmanian Trichoptera.- A preliminary report of studies on neotropical Trichoptera.- The distribution of the Hydropsychidae in Great Britain.- Les Trichoptères de l'espace carpato-balkanique, fournisseurs de documents pour l'étude de l'évolution.- A progress report on studies on Trichoptera of the Eastern Mediterranean Islands.- The differentiation of Drusus species of the group bosnicus.- Some informations on the orobiontic fauna of Trichoptera of the Italian Western Alps above 2000 m.- The taxonomical and chorological problem of Drusus improvisus McL. in the North-Central Italian Apennines.- Ecology (Chairmen, crichton, Moretti and Ross).- Ecologie et reproduction chez les Trichoptères cavernicoles du groupe de Stenophylax.- The Trichoptera population of a temporary ecosystem of the Umbrian Apennines (Perugia, Italy).- The Trichoptera of the stony shore of a lake, with particular reference to Tinodes waeneri.- Studies on the eggs, larvae and pupae of Tinodes waeneri.- A progress report on the North American Macronema larvae: their retreats, food and feeding nets.- The interpretation of light trap catches of Trichoptera from the Rothamsted Insect Survey.- Pollution and caddis-fly fauna.- Revision of some opinions expressed in my 1942 paper.- Changes in the caddis-fly fauna of Lake Erie, Ohio, and of the Rock River, Illinois, over a fifty year period of environmental deterioration.- Morphology (Chairman, Vaillant).- Morphologische Komponenten bei der Osmoregulation von Trichopterenlarven.- A progress report on studies on the functional morphology of the genitalia in three new species of Cheumatopsyche.- Behaviour (Chairman, Moretti).- A progress report on some approaches to the study of larval house building with particular reference to Lepidostoma hirtum.- A progress report on the building motivation in the caddis larva, Lepidostoma hirtum.- House building: Problems about the spontaneous change of the architectural style in the larva of Potamophylax latipennis.- A progress report on the locomotion behaviour of a larva of Lim- nephilidae (Micropterna testacea) in water currents.- A progress report on diel rhythmicity in Trichoptera.- Author index.