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A revision of the genus Leptophlebia Westwood in North America (Ephemeroptera:Leptophlebiidae:Leptophlebiinae) (Bulletin of the Ohio Biological Survey)
Steven K. Burian
by Ohio Biological Survey, College of Biological Sciences, Ohio State University
Written in English
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Full text of "The moth book; a popular guide to a knowledge of the moths of North America" See other formats. Genus Leptophlebia Westwood Genus Paraleptophlebia Lestage Infraorder Palpotarsa (the primitive burrowing mayflies) In North America, Heptageniidae and Baetidae A. have 2 caudal filaments, while Leptophlebiidae and Ephemerellidae A. have 3 caudal filaments. A revision of the Nearctic Ameletus mayflies based on adult male, with.
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The life stages of all species are redescribed and new illustrated keys to imagos and well developed larvae are presented. Revision of the genus Leptophlebia Westwood in North America (Ephemeroptera:Leptophlebiidae:Leptophlebiinae). Columbus, Ohio: Ohio Biological Survey, College of Biological Sciences, Ohio State University, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors.
Burian SK. () A revision of the genus Leptophlebia Westwood in North America (Ephemeroptera: Leptophlebiidae: Leptophlebiinae). Ohio Biological Survey, New Series 1– [Google Scholar] Burian SK. () The taxonomy of the North American species of Parameletus Bengtsson, (Ephemeroptera: Siphlonuridae), with keys to nymphs and male by: 1.
A revision of the genus Leptophlebia Westwood in North America (Ephemeroptera: Leptophlebiidae: Leptophlebiinae). Bulletin of the Ohio Biological Survey, New Series 13(3):i–vi þ 1– 1—A Revision of the North American Genus Argoporis (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae: Cerenopini) by Richard L.
Berry Price = $10 (OBS Member Price = $8) 2— Botany at The Ohio State University: The First Years by Bernard S. Meyer The Asiatic, European and North American species of the genus Deroslenus Westwood are revised.
Fivc species are recognized, two Asiatic, two European and one North American. The two Asiatic species are described as new: D. japonicus (female) and D. sulciscuta (male). Deroslenus alhipes Yoshimoto is regarded as a synonym of D. freemani by: 4. Dramatic drift of nymphs of the mayflies Leptophlebia Westwood, and Siphlonurus Eaton, (47 individuals/trap per hour) was observed between a southeastern USA river and adjacent floodplain following natural flooding events.
Active movements of these nymphs against the water flow were also detected. Leptophlebiidae is a family belonging to the Ephemeropterans that are commonly known as the prong-gilled mayflies or leptophlebiids. It is the only family in the superfamily Leptophlebioidea.
In North America they occur with about 70 species from 9 genera in freshwater streams and lakes; in Europe they are somewhat less : Insecta. The last accounting of the mayfly species of North America was contained in the now out-of-print book by Edmunds et al.
Species and their general distribution were tabulated under general treatments of each genus known at that time, however, no other nomenclatural annota tions were provided. The last comprehensive treatment of the North.
Differential insect and mammalian response to Late Quaternary climate change in the Rocky Mountain region of North America. of a revision of the genus Hygrotus Stephens. owas Westwood. Burian, S.K. A revision of the genus Leptophlebia Westwood in North America (Ephemeroptera: Leptophlebiidae: Leptophlebiinae).
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Ecology 47 – Smith, M. Revision of the genus Stenamma Westwood in America north of by: Barney, R.J. Definition and revision of the luridus species-group of North American Pachybrachis Chevrolat (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae: Cryptocephalinae).
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Bulletin of the Ohio Biological Survey New Series 13/– Google ScholarCited by: BOOK OF THE MONTH. The Butterflies of Middle East (Lebanon, Syria, Israel, Jordan and Egypt (Sinai Peninsula)) A Revision of some Groups of Liptena Westwood (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) by Stempffer, H.; Bennett, N.H.; May, S.J.
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[Entomology • ] Taxonomic Revision of the Genus Oodera Westwood, (Hymenoptera, Chalcidoidea, Pteromalidae, Cleonyminae), with Description of Ten New Species Head (frontal) a Oodera ahoma (Mani & Kaul) b O. circularicollis sp. c O. felix sp. Leptophlebia konza   är en dagsländeart som beskrevs av Burian Leptophlebia konza ingår i släktet Leptophlebia och familjen starrdagsländor.
  Inga underarter finns listade i Rike: Djur, Animalia. A REVISION OF THE FLIES OF THE GENUS RIVELLIA (OTITIDAE,DIPTERA) OF AMERICA,NORTH OF MEXICO. by R. Namba (Author)Author: R. Namba. The genus Lamprima Latreille, (Coleoptera: Lucanidae: Lampriminae: Lamprimini), is species are recognised: one in New Guinea (L.
adolphinae (Gestro, )), two on isolated western Pacific islands (L. aenea Fabricius, Norfolk Island; L. insularis W.J. Macleay, Lord Howe Island), one in northeastern New South Wales (L.
imberbis Carter, ) and a common widespread.Leptophlebia Westwood, Taxonomic Serial No.: (Download Help) Genus: Leptophlebia Westwood, Direct Children: Nomina Insecta Nearctica: A Check List of the Insects of North America, vol.
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