The survey of the Dytiscid Beetle fauna of the province of Alberta deals with systematics, distribution and very briefly, habitat preferences of the species. Certain areas of the province have been collected extensively. Attempts have been made to explain the post-glacial distribution of the present fauna by consideration of the present-day distribution patterns. In addition to their inherent biological interest, studies of these insects could appraise their role as predators on economically important insects such as mosquitos, and as indicators of environmental conditions.
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