2 edition of ... Notes on species of North American Oligochaeta. found in the catalog.
... Notes on species of North American Oligochaeta.
|Statement||II. By Frank Smith|
|Series||Bulletin of the Illinois state laboratory of natural history ... vol. IV, article XIV|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. -413. pl. xxxv-xxxviii.|
|Number of Pages||413|
|LC Control Number||11000715|
Guide to the freshwater oligochaetes of North America Unknown Binding – January 1, by R. Deedee Kathman (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your Author: R. Deedee Kathman. & K. Walters. 1 Oligochaeta in Spartina stems: the microdistribution of Enchytraeidae and Tubificidae in a salt marsh, Sapelo Island, U.S. A.— Hydrobiologia (in press). Lasserre, P. The marine Enchytraeidae (An- nelida, Oligochaeta) of the eastern coast of North America with notes on their geographical dis- tribution and habitat.
A wide range of habitats, both terrestrial and marine littoral, were sampled in an area between Pensacola and Tallahassee. Enchytraeids were present in all moist or wet soils and in marine habitats enriched by organic matter but were absent or rare in very dry soils, saturated or flooded substrates and clean intertidal sand. Between 70 and 75 species were distinguished of which 50–55 are new. 1. Marine Enchytraeidae from the Eastern coast of North America were examined. Six genera and thirteen species are reported, four genera and eleven species are new to the American continent One new genus and two new species are described on material received from the Biotic Census of the Systematics-Ecology Program at the Marine Biological Laboratory: Hemigrania nov. gen., Lumbricillus.
The occurrence of Mesenchytraeus (Enchytraeidae: Oligochaeta) in riffle habitats of north-west American rivers, with description of a new species. J. Nat. Hist. 36, 15– (/) [Google Scholar]. North American aquatic Oligochaeta III: Lumbri-culidae and additional notes and records of other families. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sci-ences, Philadelphia Brinkhurst, R.O., and R.J. Diaz. Isochaetides columbiensis: new species (Oligochaeta, Tubificidae) from the Columbia River, Oregon. Proceedings of.
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OCLC Number: Notes: "List of papers cited": p. The first series of "Notes" appeared as vol. IV, article VIII, of the Bulletin. Description. Notes on species of North American Oligochaeta. 3, List of species found in Illinois, and descriptions of Tubificidae.
Urbana, Ill.: Illinois State Laboratory of Natural History,  (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Frank Smith. Notes on Species of North American Oligochaeta.
The Systematic Relationships of Lumbriculus (Thinodrilus) inconstans: Author(s): Smith, F. Subject(s): Oligochaeta genus Thinodrilus species Author: F. Smith. Notes on Species of North American Oligochaeta. By F. Smith. Download PDF ( KB) Abstract.
A number of species of Oligochseta have been collected during the present year () at Havana,in connection with the work of the University of Illinois Biological Experiment Station. Notes on Species of North American Oligochaeta. By F Author: F.
Smith. Notes on Species of North American Oligochaeta. The Systematic Relationships of Lumbriculus (Thinodrilus) inconstansAuthor: F. Smith. Large river systems, like the Flint/Apalachicola, Ochlockonee, and Aucilla, flow from Georgia and feed into the Gulf of Mexico to support some of the world’s most productive estuaries.
Large disappearing sinkhole lakes, like Iamonia, Miccosukee, and Jackson, provide habitat for an array of aquatic species and migratory birds. American d istribution and additional notes on. that serves freshwater recreational fishermen across North America and Europe.
Oligochaeta, families, genera, species, earthworms. Studies on the North American aquatic Oligochaeta III. Lumbriculidae and additional notes and records of other families Notes on species of North American Oligochaeta V.
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On Three Species of the Earthworm Genus Diplocardia. North American Mammoths May Have Been a Single Species The first mammoth thought to have arrived in North America was the “southern mammoth,” notes. There are currently over oligochaete species reported from North America that inhabit freshwater and estuarine bodies, including those in the lesser known groundwater and organic mud habitats.
Most oligochaetes feed by ingesting sediment, but several North American genera prey on other worms or on a variety of small invertebrates. Notes on species of North American Oligochaeta. III. List of species found in Illinois, and descriptions of Illinois Tubificidae: Journal/Book Name, Vol.
No.: Bulletin of the Illinois State Laboratory of Natural History, vol. 5, no. Page(s): Publisher: Publication Place: ISBN/ISSN: Notes: Reference for: Quistadrilus multisetosus. North American aquatic Oligochaeta Ill: Lumbri culidae and additional notes and records of other families.
Proceedings ofthe Academy ofNatural Sci ences, Philadelphia BRlNKHURST, R.O., AND R.]. DIAZ. Isochaetides colwnbiensis: new species (Oligochaeta, Tubiflcidae) from the Columbia River, Oregon.
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Oligochaete, any worm of the subclass Oligochaeta (class Clitellata, phylum Annelida). About 3, living species are known, the most familiar of which is the earthworm (q.v.), Lumbricus terrestris.
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North American Freshwater Leeches, exclusive of the Piscicolidae, with a Key to All Species. by Sawyer, Collection of 60 short papers on Oligochaeta (mostly Earthworms) £; Used Book. I would choose this book over Stokes, Audobon, Sibley or National Geographic, or Golden guides any day, any time, and just about every other field guide to birds.
That is not to diminish those other field guides, but only to exhault the exceptional thought and work that went into All the Birds of North s:. Comment: Occasionally in the older literature, taxa were described as new to sciece in two (or more?) publications, often in different years; the Genus Spirosperma and its type species, Spirosperma ferox, were both described as new taxa in Eisen () and again in Eisen (, p.
); several other taxa in this ITIS compilation by MJWetzel were similarly first described by Eisen (), and.The list of known species from the area is reviewed and some anatomical features of Haplotaxis species from Europe and North America are noted. A new species of Phreodrilidae (Oligochaeta), Astacopsidrilus naceri(North Africa), with notes on the biogeography of the family.
Narcisse Giani, Patrick Martin, Jacques Juget» Abstract.North America thus has a rich and diverse indigenous earthworm fauna, which probably reaches its highest species diversity and exerts its greatest influence on soil processes in forest and grassland ecosystems (FenderFragoso et al.JamesKalisz and WoodHendrix ).
Remnants of native ecosystems in unglaciated areas.