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Generic Revision of the North and Central American Leptohyphidae (Ephemeroptera: Pannota)
The North and Central American Leptohyphidae (Leptohyphinae) consists of Allenhyphes Hofmann and Sartori, Haplohyphes Allen, Leptohyphes Eaton, and Vacupernius, n. gen. LeptohyphidaeExpand
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Higher classification of the burrowing mayflies (Ephemeroptera: Scapphodonta)
A revised cladogram of the monophyletic groups of genera constituting the tusked burrowing mayflies (infraorder Scapphodonta) is presented, based in part on new analyses of relationships that haveExpand
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Feeding Behavior of Rhithrogena pellucida (Ephemeroptera:Heptageniidae)
Larvae of Rhithrogena pellucida (Ephemeroptera:Heptageniidae) were observed feeding in observation flow cells using macroscopic video techniques. The stereotypic feeding behavior is described asExpand
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A hierarchical classification of the Timpanoginae (Ephemeroptera : Ephemerellidae) and description of a new species from Québec
Une classification strictement phylogenetique des taxons supergeneriques a l'interieur de la sous-famille des Timpanoginae inclut : les Attenellini, n. tribu, consistant en Attenella Edmunds ; lesExpand
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Systematic and Zoogeographic aspects of asiatic ephemeridae (ephemeroptera)
Abstract The Ephemeridae of the Asiatic area are treated with particular emphasis given to those of the Oriental Region. A reevaluation and illustrated synopsis of the genus Eatonigenia Ulmer areExpand
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Mayfly fauna of New Mexico
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Systematics of the propinquus Group of Baetis Species (Ephemeroptera: Baetidae)
The Baetis propinquus, group of species is a monophyletic grouping which includes B. dardanus McDunnough (= B. elachistis Burks, NEW SYNONYM); B. longipalpus NEW SPECIES; B. ephippiatus Traver; B.Expand
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A New Species and New Synonym in Heptagenia Walsh (Ephemeroptera: Heptageniidae: Heptageniinae) Based on Molecular and Morphological Evidence.
Abstract A new mayfly species, Heptagenia whitingi Webb & McCafferty n.sp. is described from larvae, a male subimago, a female adult, and eggs collected from large rivers in the west-central portionExpand
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