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    Hi all:

    Can someone refer me to a website which shows "full" taxonomical classification for the stream insect life?

    For educational purposes, I want to see the full classification as in:



    KINGDOM

    PHYLUM

    CLASS

    ORDER

    FAMILY

    GENUS

    SPECIES


    It has to do with teaching my grandkids (and myself) some Science, and also getting them acquanted with Fly Fishing.

    Please Help. Most of the books like the Hatch Guide etc, only give a couple of the designations. For at least a few insects, such as Midges, Mayflies, and Caddis, etc, I need to see a full statement of the data to show how it all is arranged.


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    Or, if I could see the full classification for one Caddis, one Midge, one Mayfly, that would be sufficient.

    Thanks for everyone.

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    Last edited by brucerducer; 09-14-2012 at 05:50 AM.

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    Hey Madjoni:

    Look at what I was able to get out of your link!
    I was just reading about the "Little Brown Sedges" last night, so I extended their data like this:

    Kingdom Animalia (Animals)
    Phylum Arthropoda (Arthropods)
    Class Insecta (Insects)
    Order Trichoptera (Caddisflies)
    >> Family Lepidostomatidae ("Little Brown Sedges")

    You are all right there! This is just what I wanted I am so happy, because it really helps to plan Fly Tying based upon the Fall Hatch data for the Rocky Mountains too.

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    Good
    I am no expert for american aquatic insects but I found many similarity on that site between yours and mine flies

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