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Flight periods and ovarian maturation in Trichoptera in Iceland

  • G. M. Gíslason
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Abstract

This paper examines the flight periods of Icelandic Trichoptera and ovarian maturation of the females.

Keywords

Light Trap Flight Period Ovarian Maturation Central Highland Temporary Water Body 
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