Stage description, new combination and new records of Neotropical Brachycercinae (Ephemeroptera: Caenidae).

  title={Stage description, new combination and new records of Neotropical Brachycercinae (Ephemeroptera: Caenidae).},
  author={Kamila Batista Angeli and Frederico Falc{\~a}o Salles and Roberta Paresque and Carlos Molineri and Lucas Ramos Costa Lima},
  volume={4088 2},
We present taxonomic contributions and new records for Neotropical Brachycercinae based on material from Brazil. We performed a phylogenetic analysis in order to test the relationship between Alloretochus Sun & McCafferty, 2008 and Latineosus Sun & Mc- Cafferty, 2008, and Alloretochus sigillatus was recovered in the Latineosus clade. Therefore, we propose a new combination, Latineosus sigillatus comb. n. The nymph of Latineosus sigillatus is described and is associated with imago through… 
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