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New Record of Brachycercus Maculatus Berner (Ephemeroptera: Caenidae) From New York and a Key to Larvae of Northeastern Species

@article{Burian2018NewRO,
  title={New Record of Brachycercus Maculatus Berner (Ephemeroptera: Caenidae) From New York and a Key to Larvae of Northeastern Species},
  author={Steven K. Burian and Margaret A. Novak and Robert W. Bode and Lawrence E. Abele},
  journal={Great Lakes Entomologist},
  year={2018},
  volume={30},
  pages={3}
}
Brachycercus maculatus, a member of a rare group of mayflies, is now recorded for the first time from New York State in the upper Hudson River. An illustrated key to the Brachycercus larvae of northeastern North America is provided to spur further study of the genus in the regio . Species of the genus Brachycercus Curti include some of the most enig­ matic mayflies. Larvae are small with ocellar tubercles and occ r among fine detritus and shifting sediments of lentic and slow-flowing lotic… 
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