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Revision of the Genus Cloeodes Traver (Ephemeroptera: Baetidae)
A comprehensive revision of Cloeodes Traver, a genus clearly distinguished as larvae by the presence of ventral tufts of setae on abdominal segments 2—6, shows that species with hind wings andExpand
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Systematics of Alainites n. gen., Diphetor, Indobaetis, Nigrobaetis n. stat., and Takobia n. stat. (Ephemeroptera, Baetidae)
Le genre Nigrobaetis n. stat. (considere jusqu'a present comme un sous-genre de Baetis) comprend N. acinaciger n. comb., N. bacillus n. comb., N. digitatus n. comb., N. gracilis n. comb., N. harasabExpand
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New genera of Baetidae for some nearctic species previously included in Baetis Leach (Ephemeroptera)
Certain Nearctic species originally described in the genus Baetis Leach lack the apomorphy possessed by other species described in Baetis and several related genera. This apomorphy is a patch ofExpand
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Shoot Feeding and Overwintering Behavior of Tomicus piniperda (Coleoptera: Scolytidae): Implications for Management and Regulation
An accurate and efficient survey method is essential to ensure the proper regulatory and management decisions for Tomicus piniperda (L.), a recent bark beetle invader in the United States. The lifeExpand
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Contribution to the Taxonomy of the Panamerican Genus Fallceon (Ephemeroptera: Baetidae)
-The baetid mayfly genus Falkceon is currently known from Central America, the Greater Antilles, Mexico, and the United States, and includes eleven nominal species: F. al carrazae, new combination,Expand
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Differential shoot feeding by adult Tomicus piniperda (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) in mixed stands of native and introduced pines in Indiana.
The larger pine shoot beetle Tomicus piniperda, a native bark beetle of Europe and Asia, was found in North American Christmas tree plantations in 1992 in Ohio. Subsequent surveys found it in sixExpand
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Revisionary synopsis of the Baetidae (Ephemeroptera) of North and Middle America.
Considerable nomenclatural revision of the North and Middle American Baetidae has resulted from comprehensive research aimed at formulating a phylogenetic classification. The 17 Nearctic species inExpand
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