Ferdinand de Moor
Ferdinand de Moor
Specialist Scientist, Albany Museum Grahamstown
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Global diversity of caddisflies (Trichoptera: Insecta) in freshwater
FC De Moor, VD Ivanov
Freshwater animal diversity assessment, 393-407, 2008
Guides to the freshwater invertebrates of Southern Africa: Volume 7 Insecta I-Ephemeroptera, Odonata and Plecoptera
IJ De Moor, JA Day, FC De Moor
Water Research Commision, 2003
Designing protected areas to conserve riverine biodiversity: lessons from a hypothetical redesign of the Kruger National Park
DJ Roux, JL Nel, PJ Ashton, AR Deacon, FC de Moor, D Hardwick, L Hill, ...
Biological Conservation 141 (1), 100-117, 2008
Changes in the physico‐chemistry and benthic invertebrates of the Great Fish River, South Africa, following an interbasin transfer of water
JH O'keeffe, FC De Moor
Regulated Rivers: Research & Management 2 (1), 39-55, 1988
Trans-oceanic and endemic origins of the small minnow mayflies (Ephemeroptera, Baetidae) of Madagascar
MT Monaghan, JL Gattolliat, M Sartori, JM Elouard, H James, P Derleth, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 272 (1574), 1829-1836, 2005
Food and feeding habits of Oreochromis mossambicus (Peters) in hypertrophic Hartbeespoort Dam, South Africa
HM De Moor, FC; Wilkinson, RC & Herbst
African Zoology 21 (2), 170-176, 1986
The effect of largemouth bass Micropterus salmoides on aquatic macro-invertebrate communities in the Wit River, Eastern Cape, South Africa
PSR Weyl, FC De Moor, MP Hill, OLF Weyl
African Journal of Aquatic Science 35 (3), 273-281, 2010
Aquatic biodiversity in the mediterranean region of South Africa
FC De Moor, J A. Day
Hydrobiologia 719 (1), 237-268, 2013
Use of landscape-level river signatures in conservation planning: a South African case study
D Roux, F de Moor, J Cambray, H Barber-James
Conservation Ecology 6 (2), 2002
Guides to the freshwater invertebrates of southern Africa. Volume 7: Insecta I: Ephemeroptera, Odonata and Plecoptera. WRC Report No. TT 207/03
IJ De Moor, JA Day, FC De Moor
Water Research Commission, Pretoria, South Africa, 2003
Effect of flow variability modification and hydraulics on invertebrate communities in the Great Fish River (Eastern Cape province, South Africa), with particular reference to …
NA Rivers‐Moore, FC De Moor, C Morris, J O'keeffe
River research and applications 23 (2), 201-222, 2007
HM Barber-James, CR Lugo-Ortiz
Guides to the freshwater invertebrates of Southern Africa 7 (1), 16-159, 2003
The response of Vaal River drift and benthos to Simulium (Diptera: Nematocera) control using Bacillus thuringiensis var. israelensis (H-14)
M Car, FC De Moor
Published by The Government Printer, Pretoria, 1984
South African Ephemeroptera: problems and priorities
WP McCafferty, FC De Moor
Current directions in research on Ephemeroptera. Canadian Scholars' Press …, 1995
Cryptic variation in an ecological indicator organism: mitochondrial and nuclear DNA sequence data confirm distinct lineages of Baetis harrisoni Barnard (Ephemeroptera …
LL Pereira-da-Conceicoa, BW Price, HM Barber-James, NP Barker, ...
BMC Evolutionary Biology 12 (1), 1-14, 2012
The Orange-Vaal River system
JA Cambray, BR Davies, PJ Ashton, JD Agnew, FC De Moor, PH Skelton
The ecology of river systems, 89-161, 1986
Factors influencing the establishment of aquatic insect invaders
FC De Moor
Transactions of the Royal Society of South Africa 48 (1), 141-158, 1992
A field evaluation of Bacillus thuringiensis var. israelensis as a biological control agent for Simulium chutteri (Diptera: Nematocera) in the middle Orange River
FC De Moor, M Car
Published by the Government Printer, Pretoria., 1986
The macroinvertebrates of the Cunene River from the Ruacana Falls to the river mouth and assessment of the conservation status of the river
FC De Moor, HM Barber-James, AD Harrison, CR Lugo-Ortiz
Southern African Journal of Aquatic Sciences 25 (1), 105-122, 2000
A community of Simulium species in the Vaal River near Warrenton
FC De Moor
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