Comparative studies of the external and internal anatomy of three species of caddis flies (Trichoptera)

Korboot, Katherine Comparative studies of the external and internal anatomy of three species of caddis flies (Trichoptera). St. Lucia , Qld: University of Queensland Press, 1964.

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Author Korboot, Katherine
Title Comparative studies of the external and internal anatomy of three species of caddis flies (Trichoptera)
Place of Publication St. Lucia , Qld
Publisher University of Queensland Press
Publication year 1964
Sub-type Other
Volume v. 2 no. 1
Series University of Queensland. Dept. of Entomology
Language eng
Subjects 0608 Zoology
Abstract/Summary A comparison is made of the external anatomy of the larva, pupa, and adult, and of the internal anatonlY of the larva and adult of Cheumatopsyche modica (McLachlan) (Hydro-psychidae), Triplectides volda (Mosely) (Leptoceridae) and Anisocentropus latifascia (Walker)(Calamoceratidae). Special reference is given to the head, mouthparts, digestive system, nervous system, reproductive system, and larval glands.
Keyword Caddisflies -- Anatomy
Q-Index Code AX
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Unknown
Additional Notes With: Eight new species of caddis flies (Trichoptera) from the Australian region / K. Korboot. - Morphology of the external genitalia of some Pentatominae (Heteroptera) / E.B. Tay. - Resistance to insecticides in some Australian populations of Blattella germanica (L.) / G.H.S. Hooper and J.L. Goward. - Revisional studies of Australian and Indomalayan Luciolini (Coleoptera: Lampyridae: Luciolinae) / L.A. Ballantyne.

 
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