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- Razeng, Emma; Smith, Amy E.; Harrisson, Katherine A.; Pavlova, Alexandra; Nguyen, Thuy; Pinder, Adrian; Suter, Phil; Webb, Jeff; Gardner, Michael G.; Brim Box, Jayne; Thompson, Ross; Davis, Jenny; Sunnucks, Paul
- Freshwater biology 2017 v.62 no.8 pp. 1443-1459
- Ephemeroptera, etc ; Anisoptera (Odonata); aquatic insects; arid zones; divergent evolution; ephemeral streams; freshwater; gene flow; genetic variation; haplotypes; landscapes; mitochondria; phylogeny; Western Australia; Show all 14 Subjects
- ... Arid landscapes pose arguably one of the greatest challenges to dispersal of aquatic insects, and may drive speciation in taxa with low dispersal potential. We investigated genetic divergence in aquatic insects with high and low dispersal potential between two regions within the Australian arid zone. We used two dragonfly species to infer patterns for strong‐dispersing species, and mayfly species ...
- de Castro, Diego M. P.; Dolédec, Sylvain; Callisto, Marcos
- Freshwater biology 2017 v.62 no.8 pp. 1472-1486
- Ephemeroptera, etc ; Plecoptera; Trichoptera; altitude; aquatic invertebrates; canopy; climate; freshwater ecosystems; geophysics; habitats; insects; land use; landscapes; savannas; streams; taxonomy; water quality; watersheds; Show all 18 Subjects
- ... Stream invertebrate assemblages are structured by environmental factors acting at multiple spatial scales. Identifying the spatial scale that most influences the species–environment relationships is a major goal of community ecology. We evaluated the importance of catchment and site scales and associated environmental variables in shaping Ephemeroptera, Plecoptera and Trichoptera (EPT) assemblages ...