Newsletter of the Biological Survey of Canada (Terrestrial Arthropods)

Volume 19 No. 2, Fall 2000


 

Selected Publications Associated with the Biological Survey

 

 

General information and editorial notes

News and Notes
Grasslands conference at 2000 meeting
Survey’s website expanding
Biodiversity brief published
Spider newsletter published
New cone and seed insect web site
Nature Discovery Fund makes first award
Summary of the Scientific Committee meeting
Members of the Scientific Committee

Comments on Error Rates in Insect Identifications

Project Update: Insects of Keewatin and Mackenzie

The Website of the Biological Survey

The Quiz Page

Selected Publications

Selected Future Conferences

Quips and Quotes

Requests for Material or Information Invited

Request for Cooperation (form)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Arthropod ectoparasites of vertebrates in Canada.  A brief

 

1991. T.D. Galloway and H.V. Danks. Bull. ent. Soc. Can. 23(1), Suppl. 11 pp.

 

Free of charge on request

 

 

Arthropods of springs, with particular reference to Canada

 

1991. D.D. Williams and H.V. Danks (Eds.). Mem. ent. Soc. Can. 155. 217 pp.

 

$21 (includes shipping) from Entomological Society of Canada*

 

 

The importance of research collections of terrestrial arthropods. A brief

 

1991. G.B. Wiggins et al. Bull. ent. Soc. Can. 23(2), Suppl. 16 p.

 

 

Free of charge on request

 

 

 

Winter habitats and ecological adaptations for winter survival

 

 

1991. H.V. Danks. pp. 231-259 in R.E. Lee and D.L. Denlinger (Eds.), Insects at Low Temperature. Chapman and Hall, New York. 513 pp.

 

Book available through
booksellers

 

 

 

Life cycle pathways and the analysis of complex life cycles in insects

 

1991. H.V. Danks. Can. Ent. 123(1-2): 23-40.

 

 

Copies available on request

 

 

Museum collections: fundamental values and modern problems

 

1991. H.V. Danks. Collection Forum 7(2): 95-111.

 

 

Reprints available on request

 

 

Long life cycles in insects

 

 

1992. H.V. Danks. Can. Ent. 124(1): 167-187.

 

 

Reprints available on request

 

 

Biodiversity and insect collections

 

 

1992. S.A. Marshall. Canadian Biodiversity 2(2): 16-22.

 

Available from author

 

 

Arctic insects as indicators of environmental change

 

1992. H.V. Danks. Arctic 45(2): 159-166

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Reprints available on request

 

 

Biodiversity of nearctic soil arthropods

 

 

1992. V.M. Behan-Pelletier and B. Bissett. Canadian Biodiversity 2(3): 5-14.

 

Available from author

 

 

 

The biodiversity crisis, a national initiative: the Biological Survey of Canada (Terrestrial Arthropods)

 

1993. H.V. Danks. Association of Systematics Collections Newsletter 21(2): 17-23.

 

 

 
Systematics and entomology: diversity, distribution, adaptation and application

 

1993. G.E. Ball and H.V. Danks (Eds.). Mem. ent. Soc. Can. 165. 272 pp.

 

 

$25 (includes shipping) from  Entomological Society of Canada*

 

 

Environmental lip-synching in Canada

 

1993. G.E. Ball. Alternatives 20(1): 21.

 

 
Seasonal adaptations in
insects from the high arctic

 

 

 

1993. H.V. Danks. pp. 54-66 in M. Takeda and S. Tanaka (Eds.), [Seasonal adaptation and diapause in insects]. Bun-ichi-Sogo Publ., Ltd., Tokyo. (In Japanese).

 

Copies of English version
available on request

 

 

 

 

La diversité des espèces d'insectes du Québec, vues dans une perspective nord-américaine

 

1994. H.V. Danks. Revue d'entomologie du Québec 37 [1992]: 46-51.

 

 

Tirés-à-part disponibles
sur demande.

 

 

 

Regional diversity of insects in North America

 

1994. H.V. Danks. American Entomologist 40(1): 50-55.

 

Reprints available on request

 

Terrestrial arthropod biodiversity: planning a study and recommended sampling techniques. A brief

 

1994. S.A. Marshall, R.S.Anderson, R.E. Roughley, V. Behan-Pelletier and H.V. Danks. Bull. ent. Soc. Can. 26(1), Suppl. 33 pp.

 

Copies available on request

 

 

 

Terrestrial arthropods of peatlands, with particular reference to Canada

 

1994. A.T. Finnamore and S.A. Marshall (Eds.). Mem. ent. Soc. Can. 169. 289 pp.

 

 

$32 (includes shipping) from  Entomological Society of Canada*

 

 

Insect Life-cycle Polymorphism: Theory, Evolution and Ecological Consequences for Seaonality and Diapause Control

 

1994. H.V. Danks (Ed.). Series Entomologica 52. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Netherlands. 376 pp.

 

$195 U.S. Available from
Kluwer Academic Publ.
Group, P.O. Box 358,
Accord Station, Hingham,
MS 02018-0358

 

Insect cold-hardiness: insights from the Arctic.

 

1994. H.V. Danks, O. Kukal and R.A. Ring. Arctic 47(4): 391-404.

 

Reprints available on request

 

Regional diversity of insects in the Pacific Northwest

 

1995. H.V. Danks. J. ent. Soc. Br. Columb. 92: 57-71.

 

Reprints available on request

 

The advantages of using arthropods in ecosystem management. A brief from the Biological Survey of Canada (Terrestrial Arthropods)

 

1996. A.T. Finnamore. 11 pp.

 

 

 

 

Limited number of copies
available upon request

 

 

 

 

The SAGE Project. A workshop report on terrestrial arthropod sampling protocols for graminoid ecosystems

 

1996. A.T. Finnamore (Ed.)

 

 

 

 

Available on the Internet
at http://www.cciw.ca/
eman-temp/reports/
publications/sage/intro.html

 

 

 

How to assess insect biodiversity without wasting your time. A brief.

 

 

1996. H.V. Danks. Biological Survey of Canada Document Series No. 5, ISBN 0-9692727-6-6. 20 pp.

 

Copies available on request (Abridged version in Global Biodiversity (1997) (version française dans La biodiversité
mondiale
(1997))

 

The wider integration of studies on insect cold-hardiness

 

1996. H.V. Danks. European Journal of Entomology 93(3): 383-403.

 

Reprints available on request

 

 

Annotated List of Workers on Systematics and Faunistics of Canadian Insects and Certain Related Groups

 

1997. H.V. Danks and S. Goods. Third edition, 1996. Biological Survey of Canada Document series No. 6. 119 pp.

 

Free of charge on request

 

 

 

Insects of the Yukon

 

 

 

1997. H.V. Danks and J.A. Downes (Eds.). Biological Survey of Canada (Terrestrial Arthropods), Ottawa. 1034 pp.

 

$95 (includes shipping) from  Entomological Society of Canada*

 

 

Arctic Insect News

 

1999. H.V. Danks (Ed.). No. 10. 29 pp.

 

Free of charge on request
(Annual issues 1–9 also
available)
La dormance et les cycles biologiques

 

1999. H.V. Danks. Antennae 6(2): 5-8.

 

See:
http://ecoroute.uqcn.qc.ca/
group/seq/seq2.htm
Life cycles in polar arthropods – flexible or programmed?

 

1999. H.V. Danks. European Journal of Entomology 96(2): 83-102.

 

Reprints available on request

 

 

Terrestrial arthropod biodiversity projects - building a factual foundation. A brief from the Biological Survey of Canda (Terrestrial Arthropods)

 

2000. H.V. Danks and N.N. Winchester. Biological Survey of Canada. Document Series No. 7, ISBN 0-9692727-9-0. 38 pp.

 

 

 

Copies available on request.

 

 

 


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