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Publications by Dr K.M.F. Scott

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Publications on Trichoptera, in chronological order

  • SCOTT, K.M.F. 1955. Some new caddisflies (Trichoptera) from the Western Cape Province. I. Ann. S. Afr. Mus. 41 (6): 367-380, 6 figs.

  • SCOTT, K.M.F. 1958. Some new caddisflies (Trichoptera) from the Western Cape Province. II.  Ann. S. Afr. Mus. 44 (2): 39-52, 4 figs.

  • SCOTT, K.M.F. 1961. Some new caddisflies (Trichoptera) from the Western Cape Province. III. Ann. S. Afr. Mus. 46 (2): 15-33, 8 figs.

  • SCOTT, K.M.F. 1963a. Some Ecnominae from the Transvaal and South West Africa (Trichoptera: Psychomyiidae), with notes on Barnard's Ecnomus material from South West Africa. Ann. S.

  • Afr. Mus.46 (18): 453-468, 5 plates, 1 map.

  • SCOTT, K.M.F. 1963b. Some new caddisflies (Trichoptera) from the Western Cape Province. IV. Some Hydroptilidae. Ann. S. Afr. Mus.46 (19): 469-478, 3 plates.

  • SCOTT, K.M.F. 1964. The Trichoptera. I. News Lett. Limnol. Soc. sth. Afr.1 (3): 13-16, 5 figs.

  • SCOTT, K.M.F. 1967a. The Trichoptera. II. News Lett. Limnol. Soc. sth. Afr. 8 18-20, 2 figs.

  • SCOTT, K.M.F. 1967b. Trichoptera: provisional key to families (imagos): from Africa south of the Sahara. News Lett. Limnol. 5 Soc. sth. Afr. 8 21-34, 32 figs.

  • SCOTT, K.M.F. 1968a. On some Trichoptera from Northern Zululand, South Africa. Proc. R. ent. Soc. Lond. (B): 37 (1-2): 1-8, 10 figs, 1 plate.

  • SCOTT, K.M.F. 1968b. A new species of Ecnomus  McLachlan  (Trichoptera: Psychomyiidae) from South Africa. J. ent. Soc. sth. Afr. 31 (2): 411-415, 11 figs.

  • SCOTT, K.M.F. & SCOTT, P.E. 1969a. A bibliography of literature on Trichoptera from Africa and adjacent islands. J. ent. Soc. sth. Afr. 32 (2): 399-411.                                

  • SCOTT, K.M.F. 1969b. Provisional keys to Trichoptera imagos from Africa south of the Sahara II: Polycentropodidae. News Lett. Limnol. Soc. sth. Afr. 13: 64-71, 13 figs.

  • SCOTT, K.M.F. 1970a. Some notes on the Trichoptera of standing waters in Africa, mainly south of the Zambezi. Hydrobiologia  35: 177-195.

  • SCOTT, K.M.F. 1970b. An interesting Trichoptera record. (Note). News Lett. Limnol. Soc. sth. Afr. 15: 18.

  • SCOTT, K.M.F., ALLANSON, B.R. & CHUTTER, F.M., eds. 1972. Orange  River Project: Working group for ORP Hydrochemistry and Hydrobiology. Hydrobiology of the Fish and Sundays Rivers.  (Section on Trichoptera by K M F Scott). CSIR Research Report 306: 1-61, 5 maps.

  • SCOTT, K.M.F. 1974a. The Trichoptera of the Sundays and Fish Rivers, Eastern Cape Province, South Africa.  Ann. Cape. Prov. Mus. (nat. Hist). 9 (13): 223-235, 2 maps.

  • SCOTT, K.M.F. 1974b. New and interesting Trichoptera collected by Dr H Bertrand in Southern Africa in 1959. Ann. Cape. Prov. Mus. (nat. Hist). 9 (14): 237-248, 31 figs.

  • SCOTT, K.M.F. 1974c. Book review: Trichoptera (Kocherfliegen), by Hans Malicky. (In:Handbuch der Zoologie. Berlin, Vol IV, Arthropoda. (2) Insecta, Division 2. No. 29: 114pp, 96 figs.  Published by W de Gruyter, Berlin 1973). J. ent. Soc. sth. Afr. 37 (1): 197-198.                               

  • SCOTT, K.M.F. 1974d. Order Trichoptera. In: Coaton, W.G.H., ed., Status of the taxonomy of the Hexapoda of Southern Africa. Entomology Mem. Dep. agric. tech. Serv. Repub. S. Afr. 38: 114. 1 fig.

  • SCOTT, K.M.F. 1975. The value of larval stages in systematic studies of the Trichoptera, with particular reference to the Hydropsychidae from Africa south of the Sahara. Proc. I Congr. ent. Soc. sth. Afr. 41-52, 44 figs.

  • SCOTT, K.M.F. 1976a. The larval and pupal stages of  Ugandatrichia Mosely (Trichoptera: Hydroptilidae): from Rhodesia, with the description of a new species. Ann. Cape Prov. Mus. (nat. Hist.) 11 (7): 117-127, 22 figs.

  • SCOTT, K.M.F. 1976b. Caddisfly studies in relation to ecological work. Water Report (NIWR). No.3: 2-3, 2 figs.

  • SCOTT, K.M.F. 1983. On the Hydropsychidae (Trichoptera) of Southern Africa with keys to African genera of imagos, larvae and pupae and species lists. Ann. Cape Prov. Mus. (nat. Hist) 14 (8): 299-422, 214 figs.

  • SCOTT, K.M.F. 1984. The present state of knowledge of the Trichoptera of Southern Africa. Proc. 4th Internatn. Symp. Trichoptera. J C Morse ed. pp.363-368. Dr W Junk Pub. The Hague.

  • SCOTT, K.M.F. 1985. Order Trichoptera. In: Scholtz, C.H. & Holm, E. eds. Insects of Southern Africa. Butterworths, Durban. Chap. 24: 327-340. Figs. 24.1-24.32.

  • SCOTT, K.M.F. 1986. A brief conspectus of the Trichoptera (Caddisflies) of the Afrotropical Region. J. ent. Soc. sth. Afr. 49 (2): 231-238.

  • SCOTT, K.M.F. 1988a. Twenty-five years of Trichoptera research  relating to Southern Africa - a personal view. J. Limnol. Soc. sth. Afr. 14 (1): 16-23.

  • SCOTT, K.M.F. 1988b. New unpublished records for southern Africa (Note). Trichoptera Newsletter (Lunz, Austria). 15: 14.

  • SCOTT, K.M.F. 1988c. Did you know that there is a caddisfly that makes use of a starfish? The Elephant's Child, Newsletter of  the Albany Museum 11(3): Second page. (Ephemeral publication).

  • SCOTT, K.M.F. 1988d. Book Review: Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Trichoptera Lyon (France, July 21-26, 1986. M. Bournaud & H. Tachet (eds). Series Entomologica Vol 39. Dr W. Junk B.V. Publishers, The Hague 1987. iii +  397 pp. J. Limnol. Soc. sth. Afr. 14(2): 132-134.

  • SCOTT, K.M.F., DE MOOR, F.C. & KOHLY, N. 1988. Life History alternatives in the genus Cheumatopsyche (Trichoptera:  Hydropsychidae) in Southern Africa. Trichoptera Newsletter (Lunz, Austria). 15: 15-16.

  • SCOTT, K.M.F., F.C. DE MOOR and H.M. BARBER, 1991 Jul. Three recently erected families of Trichoptera endemic to South Africa, the Hydrosalpingidae, Petrothrincidae and     Barbarochthonidae (Scott 1985); Gondwanaland relicts. Poster paper Abstract pg. 82. In: Marine, Estuarine and Freshwater Ecosystems conference 9-11 July 1991, Grahamstown. (The poster was given an award for the best presentation at the conference)

  • SCOTT, K.M.F. 1993 Jul. Three recently erected Trichoptera Families from South Africa, the Hydrosalpingidae, Petrothrincidae and Barbarochthonidae (Integripalpia: Sericostomatoidea) with DE MOOR F.C. A cladistic analysis of the character states in the twelve families here considered as belonging to the Sericostomatoidea. Ann. Cape Prov. Mus. (nat. Hist) 18(14): 293-354.

  • SCOTT, K.M.F. & DE MOOR, F.C., 1995 June. Smallest in size yet largest in numbers - the micro-caddis, family Hydroptilidae (Trichoptera). Poster presentation at the joint symposium of the Southern African Society for Aquatic Sciences and the Zoological Society of South Africa, Grahamstown, 27-30 June 1995.

  • SCOTT, K.M.F. & DE MOOR, F.C. (In prep.) Identification Guide to the larval stages of the caddisflies (Trichoptera) of the Afrotropical region.   

Non-caddis publications by Dr K M F Scott (née Bright), in chronological order

  • BRIGHT, K.M.F. 1938. The South African Intertidal Zone and its relation to ocean currents. II. An area on the southern part of the West Coast. Trans. R. Soc. S. Afr. 26 (1): 49-66, 1 fig, 3 plates.

  • BRIGHT, K.M.F. 1938. Ibid. III. An area on the northern part of the West Coast. Trans R. Soc. S. Afr. 26(1): 67-88, 2 figs, 3 plates.

  • BRIGHT, K.M.F., STEPHENSON, T.A. & STEPHENSON, A. 1938. Ibid. IV. The Port Elizabeth District. Ann. Natal Mus. 9 (1): 1-19, 1 fig, 4 plates.

  • SCOTT, K.M.F., HARRISON, A.D. & MACNAE, W. 1952. The ecology of  South African Estuaries. Part II. The Klein River estuary, Hermanus, Cape. Trans. R. Soc. S. Afr. 33 (3): 283-331, 2 figs and 3 plates.

  • MILLARD, N.A.H. & SCOTT, K.M.F. 1954. Ibid. VI. Milnerton estuary and the Diep River, Cape. Trans. R. Soc. S. Afr. 34 (2): 279- 324, 8 figs.       

  • SCOTT, K.M.F. 1954. Notes on the birds of the Diep River and Riet Vlei. Ostrich 25-31. February 1954.

  • SCOTT, K.M.F. 1958. Hydrobiological studies on the Great Berg River, Western Cape Province. Part 3. The Chironomidae. Trans. R. Soc. S. Afr. 35 (3): 277-298.

  • SCOTT, K.M.F. 1967. The larval and pupal stages of the midge Tanytarsus (Rheotanytarsus) fuscus Freeman (Diptera: Chironomidae). J. ent. Soc. sth. Afr. 30 (2): 174-184, 14 figs.

  • SCOTT, K.M.F. 1971. Wheel animalcules (Rotifera). In: Potgieter et al., Animal Life in Southern Africa: 37-38, 9 figs. Nasou Ltd. Cape Town. Also reprinted in Standard Encyclopaedia of

  • Southern Africa.

  • SCOTT, K.M.F. 1971. Moss animalcules (Bryozoa). In: Potgieter et al., Animal Life in Southern Africa: 39-40, 18 figs. Nasou Ltd.Cape Town. Also reprinted in Standard Encyclopaedia of Southern Africa.

  • SCOTT, K.M.F. 1971. Lamp shells (Brachiopoda). In: Potgieter et al., Animal Life in Southern Africa: 40-42, 8 figs and statigraphical table. Nasou Ltd. Cape Town. Also reprinted in Standard Encyclopaedia of Southern Africa.  

  • SCOTT, K.M.F. 1972. The Albany Museum Collection of freshwater Organisms. News Lett. Limnol. Soc. sth. Afr. 19: 30-36, 1 plate.

  • SCOTT, K.M.F. 1980. Obituary. Charles Frederic Jacot Guillarmod   24.8.1912-22.9.1979. Ann. Cape Prov. Mus. (nat. Hist.) (Suppl.) 7: 4pp.  

Compiled by F.C. de Moor ©; orginally published in the Trichoptera newsletter Braueria 25: 4-6.  


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