Teloganodidae

 
National Institutes of Health

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2015
2015
We consider the genus Janohyphella Selvakumar, Sivaramakrishnan & Jacobus, 2014 (Ephemeroptera:Teloganodidae) to be a new junior… (More)
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2014
2014
Two new genera and five new species of teloganodid mayflies (Ephemeroptera: Pannota: Ephemerelloidea) are described based on… (More)
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2013
2013
The imago and nymph of Lestagella penicillata are redescribed based on historic specimens and new material from Table Mountain… (More)
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2011
2011
Water temperature is an important abiotic driver of aquatic ecosystems. It influences many aspects of an organism’s existence… (More)
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2008
2008
.............................................................................................................................................................................. 2 Introduction ......................................................................................................................................................................... 2 Redescription of Cloe tristis Hagen, 1858 .......................................................................................................................... 3 Cladistic analysis................................................................................................................................................................. 4 Teloganodes Eaton, 1882 .................................................................................................................................................... 9 Teloganodes tristis (Hagen, 1858) ............................................................................................................................... 9 Teloganodes dentatus Navás, 1931 ............................................................................................................................ 11 Teloganodes insignis (Wang & McCafferty, 1996) comb. nov. ................................................................................. 12 Teloganodes tuberculatus Sartori sp. nov. .................................................................................................................. 12 Teloganodes kodai Sartori sp. nov. ............................................................................................................................. 15 Teloganodes jacobusi Sartori sp. nov. ........................................................................................................................ 20 Teloganodes hubbardi Sartori sp. nov. ....................................................................................................................... 21 General remark on Teloganodes species and stages.......................................................................................................... 23 Dudgeodes Sartori gen. nov. ............................................................................................................................................. 25 Dudgeodes hutanis Sartori sp. nov. ............................................................................................................................ 27 Dudgeodes lugens (Navás, 1933) comb. nov. ............................................................................................................ 35 Dudgeodes stephani Sartori sp. nov. .......................................................................................................................... 35 Dudgeodes ulmeri Sartori sp. nov. ............................................................................................................................. 37 Dudgeodes pescadori Sartori sp. nov. ........................................................................................................................ 39 Dudgeodes celebensis Sartori sp. nov. ....................................................................................................................... 43 Derlethina Sartori gen. nov. .............................................................................................................................................. 44 Derlethina eloisae Sartori sp. nov.............................................................................................................................. 45 Notes on Teloganodidae egg structure .............................................................................................................................. 47 Key to known nymphs of Oriental Teloganodidae ............................................................................................................ 47 Conclusions ....................................................................................................................................................................... 48 Acknowledgments ............................................................................................................................................................. 49 References ......................................................................................................................................................................... 49 
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2004
2004
We report new data about mayfly diversity from a 85 km area in East Kalimantan (Borneo, Indonesia). More than 40 mayfly genera… (More)
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