Mayflies: Mayfly, Palingenia Longicauda, Heptageniidae, Baetidae, Ephemerellidae, Leptophlebiidae, Ephemeridae, Ephemera Danica, Caenidae

 
9781155748382: Mayflies: Mayfly, Palingenia Longicauda, Heptageniidae, Baetidae, Ephemerellidae, Leptophlebiidae, Ephemeridae, Ephemera Danica, Caenidae
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 139. Not illustrated. Chapters: Mayfly, Palingenia Longicauda, Heptageniidae, Baetidae, Ephemerellidae, Leptophlebiidae, Ephemeridae, Ephemera Danica, Caenidae, Tasmanophlebi Lacus-Coerulei, Pentagenia Robusta, Baetis, Acanthometropus Pecatonica, Subimago, Ecdyonurus, Nixe, Paraleptophlebia, Rhithrogena, Heptagenia, Epeorus, Raptoheptagenia, Cinygma, Pseudocentroptiloides, Acanthomola, Electrogena, Leucrocuta, Afghanurus, Kageronia, Macdunnoa, Stenacron, Stenonema, Anepeorus, Cinygmula, Ironodes, Camelobaetidius, Darthus, Heterocloeon, Paracloeodes, Callibaetis, Labiobaetis, Acentrella, Acerpenna, Apobaetis, Barbaetis, Baetodes, Baetopus, Diphetor, Fallceon, Habrophlebia, Choroterpes, Habrophlebiodes, Neochoroterpes, Thraulodes, Traverella, Farrodes, Centroptilum. Excerpt: Suborder Schistonota Superfamily Baetoidea Siphlonuridae Baetidae Oniscigastridae Ameletopsidae Ametropodidae Superfamily Heptagenioidea Coloburiscidae Oligoneuriidae Isonychiidae Heptageniidae Superfamily Leptophlebioidea Leptophlebiidae Superfamily Ephemeroidea Behningiidae Potamanthidae Euthyplociidae Polymitarcydae Ephemeridae PalingeniidaeSuborder Pannota Superfamily Ephemerelloidea Ephemerellidae Leptohyphidae Tricorythidae Superfamily Caenoidea Neoephemeridae Baetiscidae Caenidae Prosopistomatidae Mayflies are insects which belong to the Order Ephemeroptera (from the Greek ephemeros = "short-lived", pteron = "wing", referring to the short life span of adults). They have been placed into an ancient group of insects termed the Palaeoptera, which also contains dragonflies and damselflies. They are aquatic insects whose immature stage (called naiad or, colloquially, nymph) usually lasts one year in freshwater. The adults are short-lived, from a few minutes to a few days depending on the species. About 2,500 species are known worldwide, including about 630 sp...

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