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Verteilung der Chironomidae unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der Schwebstoffdynamik (Plank 16.12.2002)

Deutsch: Diplomarbeit: Plank, A. (2002). Verteilung der Chironomidae unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der Schwebstoffdynamik. Friedrich Schiller Universität Jena.
English: Diploma thesis: Plank, A. (2002). Dispersion of Chironomidae regarding especially the dynamic of suspended matter. Friedrich Schiller University of Jena.

Creators: Andreas Plank
Contributors: Heike Zimmermann-Timm; Leopold Füreder
Copyright Owner: Andreas Plank
Copyright Statement: Copyrighted Material; the copyright remains with the author (not this web publication)
License Statement: Creative Commons: Author Attribution Required, Share-Alike (cc-by-sa 3.0)
World Region: Europe
Country Names: Germany
Country Codes: de
State or Province: Sachsen Anhalt
City or Place Name: Coswig (Anhalt)
Locality: groin field at river Elbe
Subject Category: (Desirable information missing!)
General Keywords: diploma thesis; dataset; Elbe; river; ecology
Scientific Names: Chironomus nudiventris; Chironomus; Cladopelma; Cladotanytarsus Gr.; Cladotanytarsus vandervulpi; Conchapelopia; Corynoneura antennalis; Cryptochironomus; Eukiefferiella; Microtendipes chloris Gr.; Nanocladius rectinervis; Nanocladius; Orthocladius rivicola; Orthocladius; Paracladopelma laminata Gr.; Paracladopelma; Paratendipes albimanus Gr.; Paratendipes; Polypedilum bicrenatum; Polypedilum laetum; Polypedilum scalaenum; Polypedilum; Procladius; Rheopelopia; Rheotanytarsus; Robackia demeijerei; Smittia; Synorthocladius semivirens; Tanytarsus ejuncidus; Tanytarsus
Scientific Names (w. Auth.): Chironomus nudiventris Ryser, Choll & Wülker, 1983; Chironomus sp. Meigen, 1803; Cladopelma sp. Kieffer, 1921; Cladotanytarsus sp. Kieffer, 1921; Cladotanytarsus vandervulpi Gr. (Edwards, 1929); Conchapelopia sp. Fittkau, 1957; Corynoneura antennalis Winnertz, 1846; Cryptochironomus sp. Kieffer, 1918; Eukiefferiella sp. Thienemann, 1926; Microtendipes chloris Gr. Kieffer,1915; Nanocladius rectinervis Kieffer, 1911; Nanocladius sp. Kieffer, 1913; Orthocladius rivicola Kieffer, 1906; Orthocladius sp. van der Wulp, 1874; Paracladopelma laminata Gr. (Kieffer, 1921); Paracladopelma sp. Harnisch, 1923; Paratendipes albimanus Gr. (Meigen, 1818); Paratendipes sp. Kieffer,1911; Polypedilum bicrenatum Kieffer, 1921; Polypedilum laetum (Meigen, 1818); Polypedilum scalaenum (Schrank, 1803); Polypedilum sp. Kieffer 1912; Procladius sp. Skuse, 1889; Rheopelopia sp. Fittkau, 1962; Rheotanytarsus sp. Thienemann & Bause, 1913; Robackia demeijerei (Krusemann, 1933); Smittia sp. Holmgren, 1869; Synorthocladius semivirens (Kieffer, 1909); Tanytarsus ejuncidus (Walker, 1856); Tanytarsus sp. van der Wulp, 1874
Geocoordinates:51° 51' 30", 12° 28' 39"
Subject Life Stage:larvae

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