Northwest Branch at Ednor Road

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site 18 chart NW Branch at Ednor Road

Organisms Found in 2010

Asellidae (sowbugs)
Baetidae (small minnow mayflies)
Calopterygidae (broadwinged damselflies)
Chironomidae (midges)
Corydalidae (dobsonflies/fishflies)
Decapoda (crayfish)
Dryopidae (long-toed beetles)
Elmidae (riffle beetles)
Gomphidae (clubtail dragonflies)
Heptageniidae (flatheaded mayflies)
Heptageniidae G. Stenonema/
Mccaffertium

Hydropsychidae (common netspinner caddisflies)
Limnephilidae (northern casemaker caddisflies)
Nemouridae (nemourid broadback stoneflies)
Oligochaeta (aquatic worms)
Perlodidae (perlodid stoneflies)
Philopotamidae (fingernet caddisflies)
Physidae (pouch snails)
Planariidae (planarians/flatworms)
Polycentropodidae (trumpetnet caddisflies)
Psephenidae (water pennies)
Simuliidae (black flies)
Tipulidae (crane flies)
Tipulidae G. Antocha
Unknown Ephemeroptera (mayflies)

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site within its watershed

1 - Alan, Torre, and James collect the sample

Alan Hedin, Torre Taylor, and James Firth collect the sample

2---Derek-and-Torre-look-for-macroinvertebrates

Derek Jackson and Torre Taylor look for macroinvertebrates. (Photo by Cathy Wiss)

3 - (Clockwise from left) Becky, Alan, Derek, and Torre identify macroinvertebrates

 

 

 

(Clockwise from left) Becky Hedin, Alan Hedin, and Derek Jackson find macroinvertebrates while team leader Torre Taylor identifies them.

4---Derek-assesses-erosion-on-the-left-bank
Derek Jackson assesses erosion on the left bank (Photo by Cathy Wiss)

 

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