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The Water Beetles of Florida
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The mayflies of Florida
Reflecting the growth in research on aquatic environments and organisms since 1950, this revised edition treats 71 species of Florida mayflies. The Florida fauna is compared with that of moreExpand
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The Nymph of the Mayfly Genus Tortopus (Ephemeroptera: Polymitarcidae)
Immatures of this genus had not been taken prior to the discovery of large numbers of T. incertus nymphs during a biological survey of the Savannah River. The nymphs honeycomb the clay banks of theExpand
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The Genus Neoephemera in North America (Ephemeroptera: Neoephemeridae)
With the discovery of a new species of Neoephemera, it seems advisable to review our present knowledge of all of the species of the genus and to construct keys for their separation. It is certainlyExpand
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The mayfly Siphlonurus phyllis McDunnough (Ephemeroptera: Siphlonuridae): its discovery in Minnesota
-Siph/onurus phyllis McDunnough is reported for the first time from the United States. It is known to be widely distributed over Canada, based on sporadic records, ranging from the Gulf of St.Expand
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Baetine Mayflies from Florida (Ephemeroptera)
Since Nathan Banks described Callibaetis floridanus from Biscayne Bay in South Florida forty years ago (1900), no additional species of Baetinae have been reported from the state. Even Banks' speciesExpand
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