Literature

Aspock (1975) and Aspock (1986, 1998, 2002) describe the biology of Raphidioptera. The phylogenetic relationships of the order are discussed by Achtelig and Kristensen (1973),

FIGURE 10.2. Raphidioptera. A snakefly, Agulla adnixa (Raphidiidae). [From D. J. Borror, D. M. Delong, and C. A. Triplehorn, 1976, An Introduction to the Study of Insects, 4th ed. By permission of Brooks/Cole, a division of Thomson Learning.]

Kristensen (1991), Aspock et al. (2001), and Aspock (2002). Aspock (1975) deals with the 301

North American species, and Plant (1997) with the British species.

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