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Revision of Ephemerellidae Genera (Ephemeroptera)
Abstract The generic classification of Ephemerellidae Klapálek (Ephemeroptera) is reviewed and revised. Taxonomic status quo is maintained for the subfamily Timpanoginae Allen, except thatExpand
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REVISIONARY CONTRIBUTIONS TO NORTH AMERICAN EPHEMERELLA AND SERRATELLA (EPHEMEROPTERA: EPHEMERELLIDAE)
Abstract The study of population variability and the reexamination of type material of certain Ephemerellidae species has revealed changes in status and new synonyms. Ephemerella dorothea Needham,Expand
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The Mayflies (Ephemeroptera) of the Southeastern United States
ABSTRACT An annotated checklist consisting of 300 species is provided for the mayfly fauna of the southeastern United States [Alabama (139 spp.), Arkansas (118 spp.), Florida (77 spp.), Georgia (155Expand
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ADDITIONS TO THE CANADIAN EPHEMEROPTERA
Abstract New provincial distribution records are provided for 40 Ephemeroptera species in Canada based on the examination of specimens held in the Canadian National Collection of Insects. NineExpand
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THE MAYFLY FAUNA OF NEW YORK STATE (INSECTA: EPHEMEROPTERA)
Abstract A total of 173 species of mayflies, representing 15 families and 45 genera, are reported from the state of New York. First state records for 43 species and 891 new county reports for 129Expand
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Ephemeroptera, Plecoptera, Megaloptera, and Trichoptera of Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Abstract Great Smoky Mountains National Park (GSMNP), situated on the mountainous border of North Carolina and Tennessee, is recognized as one of the most highly diverse protected areas in theExpand
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A NEW ORIENTAL SPECIES OF URACANTHELLA (EPHEMEROPTERA: EPHEMERELLIDAE) FROM THAILAND AND VIETNAM
ABSTRACT Uracanthella oriens, new species, is described based on series of larvae from Thailand and Vietnam. The new species is distinguished from other Uracanthella by having small, spatulate setaeExpand
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A New Species and New Synonym in Camelobaetidius Demoulin (Ephemeroptera: Baetidae)
Abstract Based on the examination of type material, we recognize a new synonym for Camelobaetidius warreni [=C. similis, NEW SYNONYM]. Published records of C. similis have been based either onExpand
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First Larval Description of Paraleptophlebia calcarica Rowbotham and Allen (Ephemeroptera: Leptophlebiidae)
Abstract The larva and female adult of Paraleptophlebia calcarica are described for the first time, based on reared and additional material from Kansas. These new records represent the first reportExpand
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