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Géneros de ninfas del orden Ephemeroptera (Insecta) del departamento del Tolima, Colombia: listado preliminar

  title={G{\'e}neros de ninfas del orden Ephemeroptera (Insecta) del departamento del Tolima, Colombia: listado preliminar},
  author={Carolina Guti{\'e}rrez and Gladys Reinoso-Fl{\'o}rez},
We present a preliminary list of the immature Ephemeroptera genera for Tolima region. These results come from the studies made in ten areas (Cajamarca, Chaparral, Coello, Cunday, Dolores, IbaguA©, Prado, Rio Blanco, Rovira and Villa Rica) between 2002 and 2008. A total of 10,235 identified organisms are listed here, all of which reside in the “ColecciA³n ZoolA³gica de la Universidad del Tolima, SecciA³n Macroinvertebrados AcuAiticos (CZUT-MA)”. Seven families and 41 genera are registered… 
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