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Revised taxonomic descriptions of seven species of Dinotoperla are given: D. bassae, D. brevipennis, D. eucumbene, D. fontana, D. hirsuta. D. serricauda. D. thwaitesi. The adults were found to be clearly distinguishable on the basis of genitalia, particularly the configuration of the male...
Chaetopteryx villosa is a common species in west Norwegian streams and rivers, ranging from sea level up to about 1250 m a.s.l. In lowland areas the species is univoltine.'bverwintering in the first and second instars and growing rapidly during the next spring and early summer. Pupation starts...
Eleven species of five families of stoneflies (Plecoptera) were identified in 170 samples taken over a period of 8 months from 5 emergence traps placed on a second-order, forested stream on the Niagara Escarpment, Ontario, Canada. A mean of 2570 stoneflies m−2 of streambed was obtained over the...
Melanotrichia serica sp. n. from Hong Kong belongs to the M. chichupala‐group, and is shown to be closely related to the two other Chinese species in the genus. The Japanese genus Tsukushitrichia is synonymized with Melanotrichia, and Kibuneopsychomyia tanzawaensis Kobayashi is transferred to...
Thirty‐five species of Ephemeroptera are recorded from Anatolia, Turkey. Twenty‐four of these species are recorded from Turkey for the first time.
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