Elmidae

Elmidae

[′el·mə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
The drive beetles, a small family of coleopteran insects in the superfamily Dryopoidea.
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SENSITIVITY SL NO FAMILY SCORE 1 Elmidae 3 2 Hydrachnidae 3 3 Unionidae 3 4 Viviparidae 3 5 Macromiidae 2 6 Chironomidae 2 7 Ceratopogonidae 2 8 Platycnemididae 2 9 Palaemonidae 2 10 Potamidae 2 11 Corixidae 1 12 Nepidae 1 13 Hydrometridae 1 14 Gerridae 1 15 Hydrophilidae 1 16 Culicidae 1 17 Physidae 1 18 Hirudinidae 1 19 Lumbricidae 1 Table 3.
En cuanto al consumo de artroopodos (principalmente por neonatos y crias), en especial sobre presas de la clase Insecta, se ha encontrado que forrajea sobre representantes de las familias Acrididae, Apidae, Belostomidae, Chloropidae, Chrysomelidae, Corydalidae, Dytiscidae, Elmidae, Formicidae, Gerridae, Gryllidae, Gryllotalpidae, Halicticidae, Hydrophilidae, Hydroptilidae, Inocelliidae, Libellulidae, Myrmeleontidae, Naucoridae, Scarabaeidae, Stratiomyidae y Termitidae (Alvarez del Toro 1974, Medem 1981, Thorbjarnarson 1988, 1989, CasasAndreu & Barrios-Quiroz 2003, Cupul-Magana et al.
This volume in the series focuses on the Elmidae, or riffle beetles, a moderately large cosmopolitan family of true water beetles, for which there has been no worldwide catalogue since 1910.
While the consistent co-dominance of these taxa was unique to this study, many of the taxa more commonly observed among our streams (Table 2), including Hydropsychidae, Baetidae, Chironomidae, Elmidae, Simuliidae, and Sub-Class Oligochaeta, have been commonly found in streams throughout the state (Heatherly et al.
Taxones Ordenes y familias de las especies de insectos residentes acuaticos encontrados en este tipo de medio: Coleoptera (adultos y larvas de; Dryopidae, Elmidae, Limnichidae y Luthrochidae); Ephemeroptera (larva); Megaloptera (larvas); Plecoptera (larvas); Trichoptera (larvas) y Odonata.
CHIR: Chiromidae; DIXI: Dixidae; oCERA: other Ceratopogonidae; CULI: Culicoides; LEPT: Leptoconops; MARU: Maruina; TIPU: Tipulidae; SIMU: Simulidae; PSYC: Psychodidae; dLARV: Elmidae Larva d; NEOE: Neoelmis; DYTI: Dytiscidae; PERL: Perlidae; niEPHE: non identified Ephemeroptera; BAET: Baetidae; LEPT: Leptophlebiidae; OECE: Oecetis; NECT: Nectopsiche; HELI: Helicopsiche; GRUM: Grumicha; MARI: Marlia; CYRN: Cyrnellus; HYDR: Hydroptilidae; COLL: Collembola; CYCL: Cyclopoida; PARA: Parastenocarididae; Ahar: Harpacticoida morphotype "a"; OSTR: Ostracoda; CHYD: Chidoridae; BATH: Bathynellacea; HYIA: Hydrachnidia; NEMA: Nematoda; ANN: Annelida.
A contribution to the knowledge of Turkish Dryopidae, Elmidae and Heteroceridae (Coleoptera: Byrrhoidea) fauna.
Polycentropodidae Megapodagrionidae Lymnephilidae Haplotoxidae Elmidae (larvae) Calamoceratidae Planorbidae Megadrili Pygmanisus sp.
Mencionan, ademas, la presencia de larvas de Odonata y Ephemeroptera pero solo a nivel de orden, como asi tambien representantes de la familia Elmidae.
Their work noted Alabama Sturgeon fed heavily on Ceratopogonidae (pelagic orientation), Ephemeridae: Hexagenia (soft sediments affinity), and Heptageniidae and Elmidae (hard surface habitat) and, based on these associations, inferred that examined specimens fed over habitats with soft sediments and hard surfaces while also feeding within the water column.