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Norwegian Apatania Kolenati (Trichoptera: Limnephiiidae): identification of larvae and aspects of their biology in a high-altitude zone

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A key to the larvae of Apatania zonella Zetterstedt, A. muliebris McLachlan, A. hispida Forsstund, A. stigmatella (Zetterstedt), A. auricula Forsslund and A. wallengreni McLachlan is provided. Morphological variations in the femate genitalia of A. muliebris, A. zanella and A. hispida were found. Evidence of parthenogenesis in A. muliehris is given. Of the montane species A. muliehris, A. zanella and A. hispida had a 2-years life cycle, while A. stigmatella had a 1-year cycle. In the lowland A. wallengreni had a 1-year life cycle. Data on flight periods and habitats are given.

Affiliations: 1: J.O. Solem, University of Trondheim. The Museum, Erling Skakkesgt. 47A, N-7000 Trond- heim, Norway


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