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Santa Rita Experimental Range (SRER), Arizona, July 25-28, 2013

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The Diversity of Life
By Edward O. Wilson
Belknap, 1992

Ecology and classification of North American freshwater invertebrates. 3rd ed.
By Thorp J., Covich A. (eds.)
Academic Press. 1021 pp., 2009

Arthropods treated in chapters 15 through 22, which probably should be added as separate entries

Arthropods of Canadian grasslands [4-volume set]
Biological Survey of Canada. 2010-2014
Vol. 1: Ecology and interactions in grassland habitats. Shorthouse J.D., Floate K.D., eds. 2010. 358 pp.
Vol. 2: Inhabitants of a changing landscape. Floate K.D., ed. 2011. 371 pp.
Vol. 3: Biodiversity and systematics, Part 1. Giberson D.J., Cárcamo H.A., eds. 2014. 479 pp.
Vol. 4: Biodiversity and systematics, Part 2. Cárcamo H.A., Giberson D.J., eds. 2014. 413 pp.

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this entry is just a heads-up, i will be probably posting individual chapters separately

Phylum Athropoda. In: Zhang Z-Q (ed) Animal biodiversity: An outline of higher-level classif. and survey of taxonomic richness
By Zhang Z.-Q.
Zootaxa 3703: 17–26, 2013

Guide to aquatic macroinvertebrates of the Upper Midwest
By Bouchard R.W., Jr.
Water Resources Center, U. of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN. 208 pp., 2004

Endangered and Threatened Animals of Florida and Their Habitats (Corrie Herring Hooks Series)
By Chris Scott
University of Texas Press, 2004

Terrestrial and freshwater invertebrates of British Columbia: priorities for inventory and descriptive research
By Scudder G.G.E.
Res. Br., BC Min. For., and Wildl. Br., BC Min. Environ., Lands & Parks. Victoria, BC. Work. Pap. vi+206 pp., 1996

The distribution of insects, spiders, and mites in the air.
By Glick, P.A.
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Technical Bulletin 673: 1-150., 1939
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Glick, P.A. 1939. The distribution of insects, spiders, and mites in the air. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Technical Bulletin 673: 1-150.

The discussion of the airplane collection of insects which is given m the following pages is based on the data collected during the years from August 1926 to October 1931, inclusive. During the 5 years of the work more than 1,007 hours were spent in the exposures of the collecting screens. The actual flying time, including the exposures of the screens, amounted to 1,538 hours, of which 150 hours were flown at night. A total of 1,358 separate flights were made, most of them m Louisiana, but 44 were made in Mexico.

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