Elmidae

Elmidae

[′el·mə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
The drive beetles, a small family of coleopteran insects in the superfamily Dryopoidea.
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Opuesto en este primer eje F1, las variables velocidad y descarga de la corriente del agua, muestran una importante contribucion relacionado, a los taxa Turbellaria, Oligochaeta y Elmidae, con preferencia a los sitios 2 y 3, en la epoca con mayor precipitacion de los meses de Febrero y Diciembre.
(4.) Epler JH: "Identification Manual for the Water Beetles of Florida (Coleoptera: Dryopidae, Dytiscidae, Elmidae, Gyrinidae, Haliplidae, Hydraenidae, Hydrophilidae, Noteridae, Psephenidae, Ptilodactylidae, Scirtidae)." Florida Dept.
Season Order Family Dry Rainy Diptera Chironomidae 7755 19621 Ceratopogonidae 39 605 Chaoboridae 0 414 Tabanidae 0 5 Empididae 0 1 Hemiptera Notonectidae 7 153 Corixidae 0 1055 Belastomatidae 0 52 Vellidae 0 11 Nepidae 0 7 Naucoridae 66 29 Noteridae 0 15 Hydrometridae 0 1 Coleoptera Girynidae 0 124 Elmidae 0 12 Dytiscidae 0 3 Curcullionidae 0 2 Hidrophilidae 0 3 Ptylodactilidae 0 1 Torrindicolidae 0 1 Staphylinidae 0 1 Scirtidae 0 3 Ephemeroptera Caenidae 183 869 Baetidae 532 470 Leptohyphidae 4 255 Leptophlebiidae 3 1 Odonata Libellulidae 74 447 Coenagrionidae 44 400 Gomphidae 0 1 Trichoptera Polycentropodidae 801 880 Hydroptilidae 0 67 Leptoceridae 5 5 Lepidoptera Pirallidae 0 1 Total 9513 25515
The invertDCA ordination resulted in sites on the high side of the first axis that had increased densities of Hydropsychidae (Trichoptera), Elmidae (Coleoptera) and Asellidae (Isopoda, Fig.
Los insectos adultos Coleoptera Staphylinidae (2.9x[10.sup.-3] I.A), seguido de Chrysomelidae (0.3x[10.sup.-4] I.A) y Elmidae (1x[10.sup.-4] I.A), y el alga filamentosa Rhizoclonium sp.
Oligoneuridae (Efemeropteros); Dryopidae, Elmidae, Helophoridae, Hydrochidae, Hydraenidae, 5 Clambidae (Coleopteros); Hydropsychidae (Tricopteros); Tipulidae, Simuliidae, (Dipteros); Planariidae, Dendrocoelidae, Dugesiidae (Turbelarias).