New Descriptions, Intraspecific Variation and Systematic Importance of Drumming Behavior in Selected North American Plecoptera Page: III
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LIST OF TABLES
Stonefly Species and Their Collection
Localities Included in This Study,
1984 to 1986
Drumming Data Summary for 7 Perlodidae
Drumming Signal Characteristics of Ten
Perlidae and Eight Peltoperlidae from
Drumming Signal Characteristics of Eight
North American Peltoperlidae 49
Drumming Signal Characteristics of Nine
Isoperla Species and Two Taeniopteryx
Species from North America 79
Drumming Characteristics of North
Per cent Answer of Seven Female Kogotus
modestus to Six Types of Synthesized
Male Call with Typical Intrabeat
Interval of 47 msec and Typical
Group Interval of 603 msec 122
Response Level of 12 Female Calineuria
californica to Three Types of
Synthesized Male Calls
Male Abdominal Structure and Drumming
Characteristics of 86 North American
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Maketon, Monchan. New Descriptions, Intraspecific Variation and Systematic Importance of Drumming Behavior in Selected North American Plecoptera, dissertation, December 1986; Denton, Texas. (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc332213/m1/5/: accessed May 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; .