By Javier Alba-Tercedor (auth.), Eduardo Domínguez (eds.)
`...fascinating, particularly Peter Grant's paper on mayflies as nutrients. ...a precious advent to Ephemeroptera and Plecoptera for the newbie, while for the professional it offers a entire assessment of data on Ephemeropter and Plecoptera round the world.'
Craig Macadam, Bulletin in Entomological examine, ninety two (2002)
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128: 293-346. THE STATUS OF THE TAXONOMY OF THE MAYFLY (EPHEMEROPTERA) FAUNA OF SOUTH AMERICA Manuel L. Pescador', Michael D. Hubbard', and Maria del Cannen ZUfiiga2 I Entomology, Center for Water Quality Florida A&M University Tallahassee, Florida 32307, USA 2 Departamento de Procesos Quimicos y Biol6gicos Universidad del Valle, Apartado Aereo 25360 Cali, Colombia ABSTRACf A total of 375 nominal species representing 91 genera in I3 families are presently known in South America. The family Leptophlebiidae is presently the most diverse group representing 38 % of the mayfly genera and 30 % of the species in the region.