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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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Further Contributions To The Spatulate Clawed Baetidae (Ephemeroptera)
The formal new name, Camelobaetidius kickapoo, n. sp., is given for Camelobaetidius sp. 1 of McCafferty and Davis. The species is described from the lower Rio Grande between Texas and the MexicanExpand
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The mayflies (Ephemeroptera) of Alaska, including a new species of heptageniidae
Forty-six species of mayflies (Ephemeroptera) are reported from Alaska, and 27 of those are reported from the state for the first time. Nominal species in the genera Callibaetis Eaton, CaudatellaExpand
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First Larval Descriptions Of Two Species Of Paraleptophlebia
The larval stages of Paraleptophlebia assimilis and P. jeanae are described for the first time from specimens associated by rearing male adults. Both species are distinctive as larvae, and mouthpartExpand
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Mayflies (Ephemeroptera) of the Great Plains. II: Iowa
A total of 15 families, 43 genera, and 106 species of Ephemeroptera are reported from Iowa, including the first state records for six genera and 27 species. The 224 historical records associated withExpand
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Mayflies (Insecta: Ephemeroptera) of Nevada, United States of America
Introduction This report provides the first comprehensive list of the species of mayflies that have been taken in the western U.S.A. state of Nevada. Of the western states, Nevada has had the poorestExpand
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Mexican mayflies : inventory and additions (Ephemeroptera)
The 138 species and subspecies of Ephemeroptera now known to occur in Mexico, of which 35, approximately 25 %, are endemic, are listed along with distributional annotations. New Mexican records areExpand
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