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Influence of light regime and water chemistry on structure of forest spring vegetation (Beierkuhnlein & Grasle); Mound springs of Australia (Knott & Jasinska); Macroinvertebrate biodiversity, water quality, and hydrogeology of ten karst springs in the Salem Plateau, Illinois (Webb et al.); Springs as model systems for ecology and evolutionary biology (Glazier); Life history of the water mite Arrenurus hamrumi (Anderson); Migration patterns of four macroinvertebrates along a rheocrene thermal spring (Hayford & Herrmann); Biology of primitive, distinctly crenophilic caddisflies, Ptilocolepinae (Ito); Invertebrate richness and Trichoptera phenology inSierra Nevada (Calif.) cold springs (Erman); Quelltypische Kocherfliegen in Nordrhein-Westfalen, ein Überblick (Robert); Trichopteran fauna of Italian springs (Cianficconi et al.); Generic composition of Chironomid fauna in N. American springs (Ferrington); Dipteran community of Central European springs (Wagner et al.); Eucrenon/Hypocrenon ecotone and spring typology in the Alps of Berchtesgaden, A study of microcrustacea and water mites (Gerecke et al.); Die Quellfauna der hessischen Mittelgebirgsregion (Fischer et al.); Multivariate analyses of macrofaunal communities in Danish springs and springbrooks (Lindegaard et al.); Biological communities in springbrooks (McCabe); Sources: aux portes du Styx (Botosaneanu); Invertebrate communities from freshwater springs: what can they contribute to pure and applied ecology? (Williams).