Bucklodge Branch

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site 33 chart Bucklodge Branch

Organisms Found in 2010

Ancylidae (limpets)
Baetidae (small minnow mayflies)
Baetidae G. Acentrella
Calopterygidae (broadwinged damselflies)
Capniidae (slender winter stoneflies)
Chironomidae (midges)
Coenagrionidae (narrowwinged damselflies)
Corydalidae (dobsonflies/fishflies)
Dryopidae (long-toed beetles)
Elmidae (riffle beetles)
Ephemerellidae (spiny crawler mayflies)
Ephemerellidae G. Ephemerella
Ephemerellidae G. Eurylophella Gomphidae (clubtail dragonflies)
Gyrinidae (whirligig beetles)
Heptageniidae (flatheaded mayflies)
Heptageniidae G. Epeorus
Hydropsychidae (common netspinner caddisflies)
Isonychiidae (brushlegged mayflies)
Leptoceridae (long-horned casemaker caddisflies)
Limnephilidae (northern casemaker caddisflies)
Nemouridae (Nemourid broadback stoneflies)
Oligochaeta (aquatic worms)
Perlidae (common stoneflies)
Philopotamidae (fingernet caddisflies)
Physidae (pouch snails)
Planariidae (planarians/flatworms)
Simuliidae (black flies)
Tipulidae (crane flies)
Tipulidae G. Dicranota
Tipulidae G. Tipula
Unknown Trichoptera (caddisflies)

 

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1---Collecting-benthic-macroinvertebrates,-October-2008

Collecting benthic macroinvertebrates,
October 2008
(Photo by Suzanne Shoemaker)

2---Mary-May-and-team-leader-Suzanne-Shoemaker-find-something-interesting
Mary May and team leader Suzanne Shoemaker find something interesting.  (Photo by Suzanne Shoemaker)
 3---Tricia-Tice-finds-a-good-place-to-sort
Tricia Tice finds a good place to sort.  (Photo by Suzanne Shoemaker)
 4---Three-Limnephilidae-(northern-case-maker-caddisflies)-found
Three Limnephilidae (northern case maker caddisflies) found. (Photo by Suzanne Shoemaker)
 5---An-impressive-giant-water-bug-(Belostomatidae)
An impressive giant water bug (Belostomatidae)  (Photo by Suzanne Shoemaker)
 6---Suzanne-Shoemaker-and-Mary-May-conduct-the-habitat-assessment
Suzanne Shoemaker and Mary May conduct the habitat assessment.  (Photo by Suzanne Shoemaker)

 

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