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Adults of Baetodes tritus, B. velmae and B. deflciens from Panama and eggs of & tritus and B. velmae are described and illustrated. Pseudocloeon arawak is transferred to Baetodes. Generic characters of Baetodes are discussed and additional nymphal characters are given.
Helochares orbus, sp.n. belonging to the subgenus Crephelochares Kuwert, 1890, is newly described from the central part of Honshu, Japan. It is apparently distinguished from all others hitherto described in the subgenus by the male genitalia, especially by the parameres bearing an inner...
Ecdyonurus necatii sp.n. from Anatolia, Turkey, belonging to the lateralis group, is described and illustrated.
A description of the hitherto unknown larva of Drusus chrysotus (Rambur, 1842) is presented. The most important diagnostic features are illustrated and some taxonomic, zoogeographical and ecological notes of this Central European species are given.
The larva and pupa of Barynema costatum Banks from Australia are described, and compared with Odontocerid larvae from elsewhere in the world. The larva is restricted to small, cool, forest streams in south‐eastern Australia.
Bryophaenocladius (Odontocladius) cuneiformis sp.n. is described and illustrated from male imagines collected in Tenerife.
Molannodes itoae n. sp. is described from males and females reared from larvae collected in a small spring seep on the island of Hokkaido. A brief diagnosis of the larva is given. This genus has not previously been recorded from Japan.
Three new species of Oriental Neoperla are described and N. microtumida Wu & Claassen is figured and recorded for the first time since the original description in 1934. N. han, sp. n. (Hong Kong), N. mnong sp. n. (Vietnam and Thailand) and N. yao, sp. n. (Vietnam and China) are described and...
The life history of Dinocras cephalotes was investigated in a quantitative one‐year‐study in a river in the Swiss lower Alps and by growth studies in the laboratory. The relative growth between the instars is smaller for the males than for the females and decreases with increasing body size. By...
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