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The Phylogenetic System of Ephemeroptera
  • N. Kluge
  • Biology
  • Springer Netherlands
  • 31 March 2004
The fIrst draft version of this book, written in systematics of Neoptera) had two different editions English and named "Draft revision of supraspecies in Russian - in 1999 and in 2000 (Kluge 2000).Expand
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A reclassification of siphlonuroidea (Ephemeroptera)
The superfamily Siphonuroidea is proposed, its phylogenetic position discussed and definitive characteristics are presented for all the families contained. New characters of the thorax, the femaleExpand
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Pterothorax structure of mayflies (Ephemeroptera) and its use in systematics
Les caracteres de la structure du pterothorax des Ephemeres necessaires pour la Systematique sont decrits dans la presente etude. Les termes utilises par differents auteurs sont rappeles, et deExpand
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Systematics of Indobaetis Müller-Liebenau & Morihara 1982, and related implications for some other Baetidae genera (Ephemeroptera).
Imagoes, subimagoes and eggs of Indobaetis costai Müller-Liebenau & Morihara 1982 are described for the first time; additional larval characters of I. costai and I. starmuehlneri Müller-Liebenau &Expand
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A new taxon Hermanellonota, or subtribe Hermanellini subtr.n. (Ephemeroptera: Leptophlebiidae: Hagenulini), with description of three new species from Peruvian Amazonia Íîâûé òàêñîí Hermanellonota,
The taxon Hagenulus/fg1 (or tribe Hagenulini Kluge, 1994) is redefined as including Neo- tropical taxa Hagenulus/fg2, Hermanella/fg1, Thrau- lodes/g1, Ulmeritus/g1, Miroculis/g1; it is character-Expand
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Jurassic larvae of mayflies (Ephemeroptera) from the Daohugou formation in Inner Mongolia, China
Abstract Two mayfly larvae from the Callovian or Oxfordian (uppermost Middle Jurassic or lowermost Upper Jurassic) Daohugou Formation in Inner Mongolia, China are described as Fuyous gregarius, gen.Expand
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Circumscriptional names of higher taxa in Hexapoda
Testing non-typified names by applying rules of circumscriptional nomenclature shows that in most cases the traditional usage can be supported. However, the original circumscription of several widelyExpand
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Revision of the East Palaearctic genus Isonychia (Ephemeroptera: Isonychiidae)
Abstract The species of the genus Isonychia Eaton, 1871 (Isonychiidae) of East Palaearctic are revised. Two subgenera, Isonychia s.s. and Prionoides Kondratieff et Voshell, 1983, are represented inExpand
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