Ephemeroptera Galactica

Third International Conference on Ephemeroptera
Winnipeg, Canada
4-10 July 1979


Proceedings published as:

Flannigan JF; Marshall KE. 1980. Advances in Ephemeroptera Biology. Plenum Press, New York.


CONTENTS

INVITATIONAL LECTURE

Williams DD. Applied aspects of mayfly biology. pp 1-17.

PHYLOGENY AND SYSTEMATICS

Hubbard MD; Kukalová-Peck J. Permian mayfly nymphs: new taxa and systematic characters. pp 19-31.

Peters WL. Phylogeny of the Leptophlebiidae (Ephemeroptera): an introduction. pp 33-41.

Pescador WL; Peters WL. Phylogenetic relationships and zoogeography of cool-adapted Leptophlebiidae (Ephemeroptera) in southern South America. pp 43-56.

Towns DR; Peters WL. Phylogenetic relationships of the Leptophlebiidae of New Zealand (Ephemeroptera). pp 57-69.

Allen RK. Geographic distribution and reclassification of the subfamily Ephemerellinae (Ephemeroptera, Ephemerellidae). pp 71-91.

Flowers RW. A review of the Nearctic Heptagenia (Heptageniidae, Ephemeroptera). pp 93-102.

Müller-Liebenau I. Jubabaetis gen.n. and Platybaetis gen.n., two new genera of the family Baetidae from the Oriental Region. pp 103-114.

Keffermüller M. Un changement dans la taxonomie de la famille Baetidae. pp 115-121.

FAUNISTICS

Maitland PS. The habitats of British Ephemeroptera. pp 123-139.

Sowa R. La zoogéographie, l'écologie et la protection des éphéméroptères en Pologne, et leur utilisation en tant qu'indicateurs de la pureté des eaux courantes. pp 141-154.

Cobb DG; Flannagan JF. The distribution of Ephemeroptera in northern Canada. pp 155-166.

Gibbs KE. The occurrence and biology of Siphlonisca aerodromia Needham (Ephemeroptera: Siphlonuridae) in Maine, U.S.A. (Abstract). pp 167-168.

Ward JV; Berner L. Abundance and altitudinal distribution of Ephemeroptera in a Rocky Mountain stream. pp 169-177.

BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY

Brittain JE. Mayfly strategies in a Norwegian subalpine lake. pp 179-186.

Whelan KF. Some aspects of the biology of Ephemera danica Müll.. (Ephemeridae, Ephemeroptera) in Irish waters. pp 187-199.

Fontaine J. Régime alimentaire des larves de deux genres d'Ephéméroptères: Raptobaetopus Müller-Liebenau, 1978 et Prosopistoma Lattreille, 1833. pp 201-210.

Harvey RS; Vannote RL; Sweeney BW. Life history, developmental processes, and energetics of the burrowing mayfly Dolania americana. pp 211-230.

Zimmerman MC; Wissing TE. The nutritional dynamics of the burrowing mayfly, Hexagenia limbata. pp 231-257.

Nagell B. Overwintering strategy of Cloeon dipterum (L.) larvae. pp 259-264.

Cianciara S. Stages and physiological periods in the development of Cloeon dipterum (L.) (Baetidae). pp 265-276.

BEHAVIOUR

Edmunds Jr GF; Edmunds CH. Predation, climate, and emergence and mating of mayflies. pp 277-285.

Friesen MK; Flannagan JF; Laufersweiler PM. Diel emergence patterns of some mayflies (Ephemeroptera) of the Roseau River (Manitoba, Canada). pp 287-296.

Campbell IC. Diurnal variations in the activity of Mirawara purpurea Riek (Ephemeroptera, Siphlonuridae) in the Aberfeldy River, Victoria, Australia. pp 297-308.

Gyselman EC. The mechanisms that maintain population stability of selected species of Ephemeroptera in a temperate stream. pp 309-319.

Ciborowski JJH; Corkum LD. Importance of behaviour to the re-establishment of drifting Ephemeroptera. pp 321-330.

Corkum LD; Clifford HF. The importance of species associations and substrate types to behavioural drift. pp 331-341.

METHODS

Schoonbee HJ; Swanepoel JH. Observations on the use of the radio-isotope 32P in the study of food uptake by some mayflies and other benthic macroinvertebrates in a laboratory stream ecosystem. pp 343-352.

Agnew JD. Ultrastructural studies on Oligoneuriidae - taxonomic applications. pp 353-366.

Fink TJ. A comparison of mayfly (Ephemeroptera) instar determination methods. pp 367-380.

Suter PJ; Bishop JE. The effect of mesh size on the interpretation of the life history of two mayflies from South Australia. pp 381-403.

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT AND TOXICOLOGY

Kownacki A. Taxocenes of Ephemeroptera in unpolluted and polluted streams of the Tatra Mountains. pp 405-418.

Aanes KJ. A preliminary report from a study on the environmental impact of pyrite mining and dressing in a mountain stream in Norway. pp 419-442.

Rosenberg DM; Wiens AP; Flannagan JF. Effects of crude oil contamination on Ephemeroptera in the Trail River, Northwest Territories, Canada. pp 443-455.

Leonhard SL; Lawrence SG; Friesen MK; Flannagan JF. Evaluation of the acute toxicity of the heavy metal cadmium to nymphs of the burrowing mayfly, Hexagenia rigida. pp 457-465.

REVIEWS AND HISTORICAL ASPECTS OF MAYFLY BIOLOGY

Marshall KE. Online computer retrieval of information on Ephemeroptera: a comparison of different sources. pp 467-489.

Hominick WM; Welch HE. Mermithids (Nematoda) and mayflies (Ephemeroptera). pp 491-502.

Clifford HF. Numerical abundance values of mayfly nymphs from the Holarctic Region. pp 503-509.

Berner L; Pescador ML. The mayfly family Baetiscidae (Ephemeroptera) Part 1. pp 511-524.

Arvy L. Première description d'un éphéméroptère en Angleterre: L'éphemeron de Harris (1730-1788). pp 525-529.

Peters J; Arvy L; Peters WL. Pictet et Eaton: les premiers specialistes des éphéméroptères. Pictet and Eaton: the first mayfly specialists. pp 531-537.

Author Index. p 541.

Taxonomic Index. pp 543-549.

Subject Index. pp 551-552.

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