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Insecta, Ephemeroptera: Transcontinental range extensions in western North America.
Among the 631 valid species of Ephemeroptera (mayflies) that are presently known from North America (McCafferty 2007), relatively few have been known as having more or less continuous (non disjunct)Expand
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Mayflies (Ephemeroptera) of the far western United States. Part 2: Oregon
Abstract The mayfly fauna of Oregon consists of 142 species in 45 genera among 11 families. Previous data and new data (from 20 major collections) are given for all species and include firstExpand
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Mayflies (Ephemeroptera) of the far western United States. Part I: Washington
Abstract The mayfly fauna of Washington consists of 109 species in 38 genera among 12 families. Previous and new data (from 22 major collections) are given for all species and include new stateExpand
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Tests of Current Hypotheses of Mayfly (Ephemeroptera) Phylogeny Using Molecular (18s rDNA) Data
Abstract Partial 18s rDNA sequences from 22 exemplar mayfly species (Ephemeroptera) representing 20 families were analyzed to obtain a best phylogenetic tree for comparison to previous phylogeneticExpand
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Assessment of Two Methods for Sampling Invertebrates in Shallow Vegetated Wetlands
Invertebrates are often used as indicators of wetland health and habitat quality for species such as waterbirds. However, the sampling method may influence the characterization of wetlandExpand
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Response of Wetland Invertebrate Communities to Local and Landscape Factors in North Central Oklahoma
Invertebrates play an important role influencing wetland functions. Specifically, they provide important food for many waterbirds and other wetland species. To better understand the roleExpand
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The Ephemeroptera of Central America. Part 2
The Ephemeroptera fauna of Nicaragua is inventoried based on the study of recent collections and includes eight families, 28 genera, and 56 species. Forty-seven species are reported from NicaraguaExpand
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South Carolina Mayflies (Ephemeroptera)
Abstract An extensive review of published record data, and the amassing of new collection data from the study of numerous collections and surveys has led to the accounting of 182 species ofExpand
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