Original paper

Addenda to the paper "Inventory of the trichoptera species of the Danube and longitudinal zonation patterns of caddisfly communities within the Austro-Hungarian part"

Anderwald, P. H.; Waringer, J. A.

Large Rivers Vol. 9 No. 2 (1995), p. 215 - 216

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published: Jul 13, 1995

DOI: 10.1127/lr/9/1995/215

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As it is pointed out in the Discussion of this paper, light traps could contain species that did not originate from the Danube channel, but from nearby tributaries, and from springs and standing water bodies within the riverine forests. Of course, this may be also the case in the species list given in Table 2. We want to stress the fact that the phrase "species from the main channel only" in the heading of Table 2 strictly refers to the paper by Burmeister & Burmeister from which we included only those species definitely reported from the main channel. Species lists from the literature were taken as published and were not reinvestigated.


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