Crum-Ridley-Chester Volunteer Water Monitors.

Aquatic Biology Sites GALORE!

This page is maintained by Bruce W. Grant, Department of Biology, Widener University, Chester, PA, 19013, 610-499-4017, fax: 610-499-4496.

Major contributions to this page were made by spring 1999 ENVR 210 students Tom Sager and John Redmond.

This page was last modified 30 October 2001, and has been accessed times since 1 March 1999.

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Ridley Creek at the Taylor Arboretum (just above the old
millworks dam) during drought conditions in August 1996.
{photo: Bruce W. Grant, Copyright, 1996}

General Sites on Freshwater Invertebrates.

Specialized Freshwater Invertebrate Sites.

    Acknowledgement - I thank Jim Torchia for helpful suggestions on stream macroinvertebrate links. Jim Torchia is the webmaster for the River of Life Farm (, which is a commercial outfitter for folks wishing to enjoy rainbow and brown trout fishing in the heart of the Wild Trout Management Area of the North Fork of the White River in the Missouri Ozarks.

Copyright - Bruce W. Grant, 2001.