Aquatic Insects of Upper Three Runs Creek, Savannah River Plant, South Carolina. Part 1: Orders other than Diptera
The Journal of the Georgia Entomological Society
Georgia Entomological Society
Upper Three Runs Creek and its tributary sources, located mostly on property of the Savannah River Plant near Aiken, South Carolina (Fig. 1), is well-known as an unpolluted, blackwater drainage system which is probably typical of smaller, Sandhills waterways of primeval southeastern North America. Probably no other stream at the Plant's Flowing Stream Laboratory (or Thermal Effects Laboratory) has been documented by a research team from the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia (A.N.S.P.).
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