The Ephemeroptera of Central America. Part 2: Nicaragua

  title={The Ephemeroptera of Central America. Part 2: Nicaragua},
  author={Micah D. Meyer and David E. Baumgardner and W. P. Mccafferty},
Abstract The Ephemeroptera fauna of Nicaragua is inventoried based on the study of recent collections and includes eight families, 28 genera, and 56 species. Forty-seven species are reported from Nicaragua for the first time. Genera found in Nicaragua for the first time include Allenhyphes Hofmann and Sartori, Baetodes Needham and Murphy, Camelobaetidius Demoulin, Choroterpes Eaton, Epiphrades Wiersema and McCafferty, Fallceon Waltz and McCafferty, Farrodes Peters, Guajirolus Flowers… 

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The Ephemeroptera of Central America. Part 2

The Ephemeroptera fauna of Nicaragua is inventoried based on the study of recent collections and includes eight families, 28 genera, and 56 species, which are reported from Nicaragua for the first time.

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