Lepidostomatidae of India: Systematics, Ecology, and Conservation

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Lepidostomatidae of India: Systematics, Ecology, and Conservation Authors: , , Format: Hardback First Published: Published By: Taylor & Francis Ltd
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Pages: 136 Illustrations and other contents: 4 Line drawings, color; 11 Halftones, color; 71 Halftones, black and white; 15 Illustrations, color; 71 Illustrations, black and white Language: English ISBN: 9781032613239 Categories: , , , , ,

Standard Blurb This reference book comprehensively delves into the systematics, taxonomy, morphology, ecology, and behaviour of the Lepidostomatidae (Trichoptera) in India. The chapters cover biogeography and distribution patterns, conservation status, functional traits, and management of Lepidostomatidae. The book also provides insights into the morphological and molecular techniques employed for identification, allowing for a deeper understanding of the intricate characteristics that define the caddisflies. The subsequent chapters examine detailed methods for the collection, preservation, and identification of Lepidostomatidae specimens. It also examines the threats faced by Trichoptera, particularly Lepidostomatidae, and sheds light on the challenges that endanger their survival. Towards the end, the book explores the crucial roles Lepidostomatidae played in aquatic ecosystems. This book is useful to upper undergraduate and graduate students, academicians, and researchers of entomology, zoology, and environmental sciences. Short blurb This reference book comprehensively delves into the systematics, taxonomy, morphology, ecology, and behaviour of the Lepidostomatidae (Trichoptera) in India. This book is useful to upper undergraduate and graduate students, academicians, and researchers of entomology, zoology, and environmental sciences. Seasonal Blurb This comprehensive reference book delves into the various aspects of the Lepidostomatidae (Trichoptera) in India, including systematics, taxonomy, morphology, ecology, and behaviour. It also offers valuable insights into the morphological and molecular techniques utilized for the identification of caddisflies. The book addresses the threats faced by Trichoptera, with a particular focus on the Lepidostomatidae family, shedding light on the challenges that endanger their survival. This book serves as essential reference for upper undergraduate and graduate students, academicians, and researchers specializing in entomology, zoology, and environmental sciences.

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