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Ralph Edward Dewalt

Associate Research Scientist, Aquatic Entomology

Additional Campus Affiliations

Associate Research Scientist, Aquatic Entomology, Illinois Natural History Survey

Recent Publications

Houghton, D. C., & DeWalt, R. E. (2023). The caddis aren’t alright: modeling Trichoptera richness in streams of the northcentral United States reveals substantial species losses. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 11, Article 1163922.

Costello, M. J., DeWalt, R. E., Orrell, T. M., & Banki, O. (2022). Two million species catalogued by 500 experts. Nature, 601(7892), 191.

Houghton, D. C., Dewalt, R. E., Hubbard, T., Schmude, K. L., Dimick, J. J., Holzenthal, R. W., Blahnik, R. J., & Snitgen, J. L. (2022). Checklist of the caddisflies (Insecta, Trichoptera) of the Upper Midwest region of the United States. ZooKeys, 2022(1111), 287-300.

Houghton, D. C., & DeWalt, R. E. (2021). If a tree falls in the forest: terrestrial habitat loss predicts caddisfly (Insecta: Trichoptera) assemblages and functional feeding group biomass throughout rivers of the North-central United States. Landscape Ecology, 36(10), 3061-3078.

Newman, E. A., Dewalt, R. E., & Grubbs, S. A. (2021). Plecoptera (Insecta) Diversity in Indiana: A Watershed-Based Analysis. Diversity, 13(12), Article 672.

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