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Excellent! I was a student of Cal Fremling's (Mississippi River Hexagenia) back in the 1960s. I remember being in the field with him to collect Hex soon after a flood at one of his 'hot spots' . No Hex to be found. The flood changed the substrate to very sandy which Fremling thought was the reason. Good luck! Jerry Kaster, School of Freshwater Sciences https://uwm.edu/freshwater and www.anilith.com (personal academic website)
Nov 30, 2016
The Effects of High Flow Rates on the Giant Mayfly Nymphs and Their Burrows
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Excellent! I was a student of Cal Fremling's (Mississippi River Hexagenia) back in the 1960s. I remember being in the field with him to collect Hex soon after a flood at one of his 'hot spots' . No Hex to be found. The flood changed the substrate to very sandy which Fremling thought was the reason. Good luck! Jerry Kaster https://uwm.edu/freshwater/ anilith.com (academic website)
Nov 30, 2016
The Effects of High Flow Rates on the Giant Mayfly Nymphs and Their Burrows
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