House building with panels: distribution of building activities by day and night, and intervals between activities, in the larva of Potamophylax latipennis (Curt.) Neb. (Trichoptera, Limnephilidae)

  • H. Zintl
  • Gisela Stammel
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Within a large programme of experiments on the style change (ZINTL, 1970, 1976) we also noted down the building activities separated after the end of the dark and after the end of the light time.


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  • H. Zintl
  • Gisela Stammel

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