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A Revision of the Genus Ephemerella (Ephemeroptera: Ephemerellidae) VI. The Subgenus Serratella in North America
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This new species of Serratella velmae from California is known only from the nymphal stage and has been described as new synonymy with E. teresa Traver.
A Revision of the Genus Ephemerella (Ephemeroptera: Ephemerellidae) VII. The Subgenus Eurylophella
The fourteen species of the subgenus Eurylophella are reviewed with accounts of each species including complete synonymies, synoptic descriptions of nymphs and adults, and distribution. Illustrated
Ephemeroptera eggs and their contribution to phylogenetic studies of the order1
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The proposed classification divides the order into 21 families arranged into 6 superfamilies and describes the evolution of several chorionic features and types of attachment structure of the Ephemeroptera.
A Revision of the Genus Ephemerella (Ephemeroptera: Ephemerellidae) II. The Subgenus Caudatella
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E. ( C ) heterocaudata McDunnough (= E. columbiella McD., new synonymy) is polytypic, with E.(C) californica occurring in the Sierra Nevada mountains of central and southern California, and E. (C. ) circia in west-central Oregon.
A REVISION OF THE BAETIDAE WITH SPATULATE-CLAWED
The Baetidae whose nymphs have spatulate claws are revised and considered as representing 3 genera, one of which is left unnamed. The following are described: Camelobaetidius mantis from Brazil,
The Classification of the Ephemeroptera I. Ephemeroidea: Behningiidae
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The Behningiidae seem derived from potamanthid-like ancestors, and pertain to the superfamily Ephemeroidea, and the first American representative of the family, Dolania americana, is described from four nymphs from the Savannah River and its tributaries in South Carolina.
The higher classification of the ephemeroptera and its evolutionary basis
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Classificatory modifications in the makeup of the Siphlonuridae, Siphlaenigmatidae, Baetidae, Ametropodidae, Oligoneuriidae, Ephemerellidae, and Tricorythidae are discussed.
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