2 edition of Further notes on Alberta leeches (Hirudinea) found in the catalog.
Further notes on Alberta leeches (Hirudinea)
J. E. Moore
|Series||Natural history papers / National Museum of Canada -- no. 32, Natural history papers (National Museum of Canada) -- no. 32|
|LC Classifications||QL391.H6 M6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||11 p. --|
|Number of Pages||11|
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Further notes on Alberta leeches (Hirudinea) / J.E. Moore. QH 1 N NO Fish remains from a year-old southern Ontario archaeological site / by S.U. Qadri and D.E. McAllister. Some species of leech have been described, of which around are marine, 90 terrestrial and the remainder freshwater. The smallest is about 1 cm ( in) long, and the largest is the giant Amazonian leech, Haementeria ghilianii, which can reach 30 cm (12 in).Except for Antarctica, leeches are found throughout the world but are at their most abundant in temperate lakes and Class: Clitellata.
Literature records, museum vouche rs, and a survey of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador leeches confirm the presence of 1 1 species for this province. In addition, new pigmentation forms. There is a reason why the woolly bugger is chosen by a vast number of anglers in one fly competitions around the world: they work.
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The new materials include expanded methods for collecting, narcotizing, fixing, and preserving leeches, notes on systematics, distribution maps, a glossary, synonymies, and an expanded bibliography. This is not a monographic revision, but offers some new insights into the systematics of the North American freshwater leeches.
Leeches have several characteristics that separate them from other annelids. These include: (1) 32 postoral metameres (Weisblat et al., ), plus a nonsegmental prostomium; (2) a reduced or obliterated coelom (Figure ); (3) absence in the adult of chaetae (Figure ) and septa; (4) the presence of an anterior (oral) sucker and a usually larger posterior (anal) sucker (FIGURE Cited by: 3.
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