By Arturs Neboiss
`Benefits to the coed of Trichoptera systematics are prepared entry to figures from papers which are now a number of and infrequently tricky to procure, and a truly convenient operating handbook of figures, accessed utilizing the indexes to normal and species discovered in the back of the publication. ...it is an extremely vital paintings within the box, and is a milestone in Trichoptera systematics.'
Journal of the Australian Entomological Society, 26:62 (1987)
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In femaLes the midtibia and tarsus more or Less diLated, abdominaL segments 8 and 9 each with Long internaL apodeme on either side. TibiaL spurs 2:4:4. The famiLy, which was regarded as a subfamiLy within the famiLy RhyacophiLidae, occurs in aLL faunaL regions and there are about 20 genera with more than 400 species. ALL species from the SW Pacific - AustraLian region are here referred to the genus Agapetus. It is aLso noted that the famiLy is weLL represented in AustraLia and New Guinea and on other SW Pacific isLands, but it does not occur in New ZeaLand.
5 mm; f: 6 - 8 mm AU ne,se, TA TA TA 26 HYDROBIOSIDAE: ETHOCHOREMA nesydr;on (NEBOISS. 5 mm; f: 8 -10 mm TA ~ '\ ~~ , '/Il~'\ ~£ . \ " . \ I '_'. , ::" .... :. 1\\ . ,.. 'Ii. 1977 ochraceum (MOSELY. 1953) ~ ... , \... I::~···· . '" ... 1 ............. /, /" \ : .... " ". l \ ;1 I. 5 mm TA 5 mm; f: 6 - 7 mm TA 5 mm ina o AUne 53 HYDROBIOSI DAE: PS YL LOBETINA attunga NEBOISS, 1962 2:4:4+ AUse m: 7 - 9 mm; f: 8 - 9 mm \_.. 5 mm; f: 7 - 9 mm ina HYDROBIOSIDAE: ,~' D ALLOBIOSIS m: 6 mm; f: 6 mm AUse 2:4:4+ AUse 54 GLOSSOSOMATIDAE AduLts of this famiLy are generaLLy smaLL, duLL, greyish to bLack insects,with wing span of 8 to 12 mm; aLL rather uniform in appearance.
1\\ . ,.. 'Ii. 1977 ochraceum (MOSELY. 1953) ~ ... , \... I::~···· . '" ... 1 ............. /, /" \ : .... " ". l \ ;1 I. 5 mm TA 5 mm; f: 6 - 7 mm TA 5 mm ina o AUne 53 HYDROBIOSI DAE: PS YL LOBETINA attunga NEBOISS, 1962 2:4:4+ AUse m: 7 - 9 mm; f: 8 - 9 mm \_.. 5 mm; f: 7 - 9 mm ina HYDROBIOSIDAE: ,~' D ALLOBIOSIS m: 6 mm; f: 6 mm AUse 2:4:4+ AUse 54 GLOSSOSOMATIDAE AduLts of this famiLy are generaLLy smaLL, duLL, greyish to bLack insects,with wing span of 8 to 12 mm; aLL rather uniform in appearance.