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A new species of Acentrella Bengtsson (Ephemeroptera: Baetidae) from Great Smoky Mountains National Park, USA
Abstract Acentrella barbarae sp. n. is described from eggs, larvae, and imagines collected from Great Smoky Mountains National Park, North Carolina and Tennessee, USA. Larvae were collected fromExpand
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Reevaluation of the Phylogeny of the Ephemeroptera Infraorder Pannota (Furcatergalia), with Adjustments to Higher Classification
Abstract Phylogeny of the cosmopolitan Ephemeroptera infraorder Pannota (Furcatergalia) is revised based on analysis of 46 characters from 34 Operational Taxonomic Units under the parsimony criterionExpand
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Significant range extensions for Kangella and Vietnamella (Ephemeroptera: Ephemerellidae, Vietnamellidae)
Recent emphasis on the Oriental Ephemeroptera fauna (e.g., Sites et al. 2001, Soldan 2001) has expanded the known geographic range of several families and genera, especially in China and ThailandExpand
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New State And Provincial Records For North American Small Minnow Mayflies (Ephemeroptera : Baetidae)
New record data are contributed for 49 species of baetid mayflies from North America north of Mexico. A total of 209 newly documented locales constitute 115 new state or provincial records involvingExpand
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Two new genera and five new species of Teloganodidae (Ephemeroptera) from South India.
Two new genera and five new species of teloganodid mayflies (Ephemeroptera: Pannota: Ephemerelloidea) are described based on larvae from south India: Janohyphella indica, n. gen., n. sp., IndoganodesExpand
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Two new species of Asian Serratella Edmunds (Ephemeroptera: Ephemerellidae)
Two new species of Serratella Edmunds (Ephemeroptera: Ephemerellidae: Ephemerellinae: Hyrtanellini) are described based on larvae from China and Iran. Serratella brevicauda, new species, isExpand
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Ephemeroptera of Canada
Abstract Thus far, 335 currently valid species in 82 genera and 21 families of mayflies (Ephemeroptera) have been documented from Canada, remarkably representing a little more than half of theExpand
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Revisions To Plauditus Cestus And P-Gloveri (Ephemeroptera : Baetidae)
Two species of the North American genus Plauditus (Ephemeroptera: Baetidae), P. cestus and P. gloveri, are shown to be apotypic sister species. All type specimens associated with both species wereExpand
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