Identification and Ecology of Australian Freshwater Invertebrate
 
   
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Identify your bug

Using the Bug Guide

 

 

How to use this identification guide >>
How to identify bugs >>
Taxonomic Resources
TRIN and CRCFE Identification Guides >>
Index of Keys >>
AUSRIVAS Taxacode >>
Taxonomic changes >>
Educational Resources
Biological Regions of Victoria Murray & Western Plains Murray & Western Plains Forests A Forests A Forests A Forests A Forests A Cleared Hills & Forest Plains Forests B Forests B Forests B Highlands
Macroinvertebrate survey guide >>
Guide to Major Groups >>
Terminology images >>
Regional Resources
(click on your biological region in the map of Victoria >> )
About the Bug Guide
This Bug Guide is owned and managed by the Centre for Freshwater Ecosystems, La Trobe University. We deliver world-leading research focussed on healthy freshwater ecosystems. Our research covers a range of themes and provides critical knowledge that supports the sustainable management of these important ecosystems. For more information on the Centre for Freshwater Ecosystems please go to latrobe.edu.au/freshwater-ecosystems

Contact
For general enquiries, email cfe@latrobe.edu.au

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Disclaimer | Acknowledgements

Funding for updates to this guide was provided by the Murray-Darling Basin Authority. Inital funding for this project was provided by the Department of Environment and Energy. The MDFRC Bug Guide team of John Hawking, Lyn Smith, Kathie Le Busque and Chris Davey would like to express their thanks to the Staff and Regional Co-ordinators of Waterwatch Victoria for their on-going support.