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Biological identifications of mayflies (Ephemeroptera) using DNA barcodes
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It is concluded that DNA barcoding can provide a powerful tool for mayfly species identification and should be considered as a priority for further research. Expand
A DNA Barcode Library for North American Ephemeroptera: Progress and Prospects
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It is imperative that type or topotype specimens be sequenced to correctly associate barcode clusters with morphological species concepts and to determine the status of currently synonymized species. Expand
Adult and larval associations of the alpine stonefly genus Riekoperla McLellan (Plecoptera : Gripopterygidae) using mitochondrial DNA
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The combination of morphology and molecular data enabled rapid life stage association for alpine Riekoperla species and this method should be used more frequently for other environmentally significant aquatic insects. Expand
Revalidation and redescription of Bungona illiesi (Lugo-Ortiz & McCafferty) (Ephemeroptera: Baetidae) from Australia, based on mitochondrial and morphological evidence
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Based on the combination of morphological, mitochondrial, and biogeographical data, it is shown B. illiesi should be recognised as a valid species distinct from B. narilla. Expand
A review of the Ephemeroptera of Finnmark - DNA barcodes identify Holarctic relations
The knowledge of the diversity and distribution of mayflies in Finnmark county, the northernmost part of mainland Norway, is reviewed. Eighty five DNA barcodes representing 23 species in the regionExpand
Heptageniidae of the World: Part II
Keys and diagnoses illustrated with line drawings and colour photographs for the identification of larvae and adult males of the genera of Heptageniidae of the world and female adults of NorthExpand
A New Species and New Synonym in Heptagenia Walsh (Ephemeroptera: Heptageniidae: Heptageniinae) Based on Molecular and Morphological Evidence.
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A new mayfly species is described from larvae, a male subimago, a female adult, and eggs collected from large rivers in the west-central portion of North America, differentiated from other North American Heptagenia Walsh by a pair of large, rectangular pale markings on abdominal tergum 4. Expand
Evaluation of Mayfly Species Originally Described as Baetis Leach (Ephemeroptera: Baetidae) from California
Abstract Eight species of mayflies described in Baetis Leach from California are evaluated for validity, generic classification, and distribution. Taxonomic status quo is maintained for theExpand
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