Goshen Branch

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site 25 chart Goshen Branch

Organisms Found in 2010

Ameletidae (ameletus mayflies)
Chironomidae (midges)
Corydalidae (dobsonflies/fishflies)
Dryopidae (long-toed beetles)
Elmidae (riffle beetles)
Ephemerellidae (spiny crawler mayflies)
Ephemerellidae G. Ephemerella
Glossosomatidae (saddlecase caddisflies)
Heptageniidae (flatheaded mayflies)
Heptageniidae G. Epeorus
Heptageniidae G. Stenonema/ Mccaffertium
Hydrophilidae (water scavenger beetles)
Hydropsychidae (common netspinner caddisflies)
Leptophlebiidae (pronggilled mayflies)
Leptophlebiidae G. Paraleptophlebia Leuctridae (rolledwing stoneflies)
Limnephilidae (northern caddisflies)
Nemouridae (Nemourid broadback stoneflies)
Perlidae (common stoneflies)
Perlodidae (perlodid stoneflies)
Philopotamidae (fingernet caddisflies)
Physidae (pouch snails)
Rhyacophilidae (free-living caddisflies)
Tipulidae (crane flies)
Tipulidae G. Antocha
Tipulidae G. Hexatoma
Tipulidae G. Tipula
Uenoidae (Uenoid casemaker caddisflies)
Unknown Anisoptera (dragonflies)

 

ThumbnailMap of Goshen Branch

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site within its watershed

1---Drew-and-Bob-Villeneuve-use-a-D-net-to-collect-macroinvertebrates

Drew and Bob Villeneuve use a
D-net to collect benthic macroinvertebrates
(photo by Marti Wade)

 

2---One-of-the-riffles

One of the riffles (Photo by Cathy Wiss)

 3---In-2007-a-beaver-dam-caused-many-changes-to-the-stream
In 2007, a beaver dam caused many changes to the stream (Photo by Cathy Wiss)

 

 

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