MARSHES AND SWAMPS OF THE SOUTHEAST.
The Florida Everglades: Natural Variability, Invertebrate Diversity, and Foodweb Stability (R. Rader).
The Kissimmee River–Riparian Marsh Ecosystem, Florida: Seasonal Differences in Invertebrate Functional Feeding Group Relationships (R. Merritt, et al.).
Carolina Bays: Ecology of Aquatic Invertebrates and Perspectives on Conservation (B. Taylor, et al.).
Pitcher Plant Wetlands of the Southeastern United States: Arthropod Associates (D. Folkerts).
WOODLAND PONDS, PEATLANDS, AND MARSHES OF THE NORTH AND NORTHEAST.
Temporary Woodland Ponds in Michigan: Invertebrate Seasonal Patterns and Trophic Relationships (M. Higgins & R. Merritt).
Constructed Marshes in Southeast Pennsylvania: Invertebrate Foodweb Structure (G. Fairchild, et al.).
Canadian Springs: Postglacial Development of the Invertebrate Fauna (D. Williams & N. Williams).
WETLANDS OF THE CENTRAL PRAIRIES AND MISSISSIPPI RIVER BASIN.
Wetlands of the Prairie Pothole Region: Invertebrate Species Composition, Ecology, and Management (N. Euliss, et al.).
Prairie Wetlands of South–Central Minnesota: Effects of Drought on Invertebrate Communities (A. Hershey, et al.).
WETLANDS OF THE WESTERN MOUNTAINS, DESERTS, AND VALLEYS.
Wetlands of Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks: Aquatic Invertebrate Diversity and Community Structure (W. Duffy).
Agricultural Wetland Management for Conservation Goals: Invertebrates in California Ricelands (R. O′Malley).
COASTAL FREASHWATER WETLANDS.
Tidal Freashwater Wetlands: Invertebrate Diversity, Ecology, and Functional Significance (D. Yozzo & R. Diaz).
A Prairie Coastal Wetland (Lake Manitoba′s Delta Marsh): Organization of the Invertebrate Community (B. Hann).
Ecology of Wetland Invertebrates: Synthesis and Applications for Conservation and Management (S. Wissinger).