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Die Tagesperiodik der Driftaktivität von Plecopterenlarven am Polarkreis

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The locomotor activity of the larvae of Diura nanseni appearing in the drift is not synchronized on the 24h period under midsummer. A synchronization will not begin until the minimum light of the night is less than I50 Lux. The larvae are night active until emergence in April-May the following year. Their locomotor activity follows the basic pattern of locomotor activity observed also in water insects in middle Europe.

Affiliations: 1: Messaure ekologiska station, P.O. Box gg, S-960 36 Messaure, Schweden


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