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Eduardo Dominguez, Carlos Molineri, Manuel L. Pescador,'s Ephemeroptera of South America (Aquatic Biodiversity of PDF

By Eduardo Dominguez, Carlos Molineri, Manuel L. Pescador, Michael D. Hubbard, Carolina Nieto

For a few years, scholars from a variety of international locations have complained concerning the loss of "tools" to spot aquatic invertebrates from Latin the US. Keys present in authorized textbooks are regularly constrained, superficial or too popular-science. nevertheless, extra complicated keys in educational books on aquatic invertebrates fail to hide Neotropical representatives in due aspect. The few that do, although, additionally exhibit too many defects in scope and presentation to be thought of updated. An overseas workforce of editors mixed their efforts with Pensoft Publishers to release a brand new significant sequence at the aquatic biodiversity of Latin the United States. approximately 15 monographs, written by means of scientists from a number of international locations, will supply a brand new, unrivalled view of the marvellous aquatic international of South the US! The sequence is addressed to zoologists, ecologists, hydrobiologists, biogeographers, conservationists and scholars in aquatic biodiversity. The sequence can be an impending instrument for any organic library.

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This e-book covers all recognized (14) households, (103) genera and (470) species of the insect order Ephemeroptera from continental South the United States. It contains up-to-date keys (in English and Spanish) to split households, genera and species (when possible), in addition to whole reference information on every one taxon, contemplating its prestige, characters, biology and distribution. The booklet is addressed to experts in systematics, ecologists, limnologists and biologists in general.

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Ephemeroptera de América del Sur • Meridialaris spina PESCADOR & PETERS, 1987 • Meridialaris tintinnabula PESCADOR & PETERS, 1987 • Genus Microphlebia • Microphlebia pallida SAVAGE & PETERS, 1983 • Microphlebia surinamensis SAVAGE & PETERS, 1983 • Genus Miroculis • Miroculis (Atroari) amazonicus SAVAGE & PETERS, 1983 • Miroculis (Atroari) colombiensis SAVAGE & PETERS, 1983 • Miroculis (Atroari) duckensis SAVAGE & PETERS, 1983 • Miroculis (Miroculis) bicoloratus SAVAGE, 1987 • Miroculis (Miroculis) brasiliaensis SAVAGE & PETERS, 1983 • Miroculis (Miroculis) fittkaui SAVAGE & PETERS, 1983 • Miroculis (Miroculis) marauiae SAVAGE & PETERS, 1983 • Miroculis (Miroculis) nebulosus SAVAGE, 1987 • Miroculis (Miroculis) rossi EDMUNDS, 1963 • Miroculis (Ommaethus) froehlichi SAVAGE & PETERS, 1983 • Miroculis (Ommaethus) mourei SAVAGE & PETERS, 1983 • Miroculis (Yaruma) wandae SAVAGE & PETERS, 1983 • Genus Miroculitus • Miroculitus emersoni (NEEDHAM & MURPHY, 1924) • Genus Needhamella • Needhamella ehrhardti (ULMER, 1920) • Genus Nousia • Nousia bella PESCADOR & PETERS, 1985 • Nousia crena PESCADOR & PETERS, 1985 • Nousia delicata NAVÁS, 1918 • Nousia grandis (DEMOULIN, 1955) • Nousia maculata (DEMOULIN, 1955) • Nousia minor (DEMOULIN, 1955) • Genus Paramaka • Paramaka convexa (SPIETH, 1943) • Genus Penaphlebia • Penaphlebia (Megalophlebia) vinosa (DEMOULIN, 1955) • Penaphlebia (Penaphlebia) barriai PESCADOR & PETERS, 1991 • Penaphlebia (Penaphlebia) chilensis (EATON, 1883) • Penaphlebia (Penaphlebia) exigua DOMÍNGUEZ & PESCADOR, 1983 • Penaphlebia (Penaphlebia) flavidula PESCADOR & PETERS, 1991 • Penaphlebia (Penaphlebia) fulvipes (NEEDHAM & MURPHY, 1924) • Genus Perissophlebiodes • Perissophlebiodes flinti (SAVAGE, 1982) • Genus Rhigotopus • Rhigotopus andinensis PESCADOR & PETERS, 1982 • Genus Secochela • Secochela illiesi PESCADOR & PETERS, 1982 ABLA Vol.

3N-O) ............... Ameletopsidae – Palpos maxilares y labiales como máximo trisegmentados, mandíbulas y maxilas no fuertemente modificadas para depredar (Figs. 3P-Q) .......................................... 9 9(8) Fémures anteriores con una doble hilera de largas setas sobre el lado interno (Fig. 3D); palpos maxilares y labiales bi-segmentados; un penacho de branquias unido a la base de las maxilas ............................................................................. Oligoneuriidae – Fémures anteriores sin tales setas; palpos maxilares y labiales trisegmentados; sin branquias en la base de las maxilas ..............................................................................

11B, 78B, 88C, 175D, 202B) ............................................................................................................... 5 Middle and hind legs of male and all legs of female atrophied, nonfunctional .................................................................................................................. Polymitarcyidae All legs of both sexes well-developed, functional ...................................................... 4 Fork of vein MA of fore wings located in basal third of wing (Fig.

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