Ephemeroptera Galactica

Seventh International Conference on Ephemeroptera
Orono, Maine, USA
3-6 August 1992


Proceedings published as:

Corkum LD; Ciborowski JJH. 1995. Current Directions in Research on Ephemeroptera. Canadian Scholars' Press, Inc. Toronto.

Table of Contents

Dedication p. iii

Preface p. xi

Conference Participants p. xiii

Dedicatory Address

McCafferty WP. George Edmunds, Ephemeropterist Par Excellence. pp. 3-18.

Plenary Address

Landa V; Soldán T. Mayflies as bioindicators of water quality and environmental change on a regional and global scale. pp. 21-29.

Water Quality

Grantham BL; Mendel RJ. The development of numerical water quality criteria using a regional database. pp. 33-40.

Alba-Tercedor J; Picazo-Muñoz J; Zamora-Muñoz C. Relationships between the distribution of mayfly nymphs and water quality in the Guadalquivir River Basin (southern Spain). pp. 41-54.

Pescador ML; Rasmussen AK. Nymphal abnormalities in Stenacron interpunctatum (Ephemeroptera: Heptageniidae) from the Fenholloway River, Florida. pp. 55-77.

Hubbard MD; Swadling KM. Analysis of Ephemeroptera from Hester-Dendy samplers: a bootstrap rarefaction method. pp. 79-94.

Distributional Patterns

Barber-James HM. A preliminary survey of the Ephemeroptera of the North East Cape Rivers, South Africa. pp. 97-109.

Jazdzewska T. Comparison of the Ephemeropteran fauna of the Swietokrzyskie Mountains and Roztocze Upland, Poland. pp. 111-120.

Rojas de Hemandez AM; Zuñiga de Cardoso MC; Burbano-T MH; Serrato-H C. Altitudinal distribution of Ephemeroptera in the Farallones de Cali National Park, Colombia. pp. 121-129.

Flowers RW; Pringle CM. Yearly fluctuations in the mayfly community of a tropical stream draining lowland pasture in Costa Rica. pp. 131-150.

Lugo-Ortiz CR; McCafferty WP. The mayflies (Ephemeroptera) of Texas and their biogeographic affinities. pp. 151-169.

Edmunds GF Jr. Habitat differences between northern and southern populations of mayflies of the western United States. pp. 171-176.

Cobb DG; Flannagan JF: Flannagan PML; Wickstrom RD. Collections of Ephemeroptera from Kluane National Park, Yukon Territory, and Nahanni National Park, Northwest Territories, Canada. pp. 177-184.

Flannagan JF; Cobb DG. Emergence of Ephemeroptera from some lakes and streams in the Experimental Lakes Area (ELA), northwestern Ontario, Canada. pp. 185-194.

Life History

Campbell IC. The life histories of three tropical species of Jappa Harker (Ephemeroptera: Leptophlebiidae) in the Mitchell River system, Queensland, Australia. pp. 197-206.

Harper F; Anderson NH; Harper PP. Emergence of lotic mayflies (Ephemeroptera) in the Cascade Range of Oregon. pp. 207-222.

Ecology

Yanoviak SP; McCafferty WP. Stream size and the distribution of selected Ephemeroptera. pp. 225-236.

Giberson DJ; Cobb DG. Do floods always disturb mayfly communities? pp. 237-252.

Peters JG; Peters WL. Evidence for a dispersal morph in females of Dolania americana (Ephemeroptera: Behningiidae). pp. 253-262.

Sartori M; Landolt P; Lubini V; Ruffieux L. Biological studies of Palingenia longicauda (Olivier) (Ephemeroptera: Palingeniidae) in one of its last European refuges - abiotic characteristics and description of the habitat. pp. 263-272.

Landolt P; Sartori M; Elpers C; Tomka I. Biological studies of Palingenia longicauda (Olivier) (Ephemeroptera: Palingeniidae) in one of its last European refuges - feeding habits, ethological observations and egg structure. pp. 273-281.

Elpers C; Tomka I. Food-filtering mechanism of the larvae of Oligoneuriella rhenana Imhoff (Ephemeroptera: Oligoneuriidae). pp. 283-294.

Corkum LD; Ciborowski JJH. Habitat variation in female size and egg characteristics of Hexagenia limbata Serville (Ephemeroptera: Ephemeridae). pp. 295-305.

Brittain JE. Egg Development in Australian mayflies (Ephemeroptera). pp. 307-316.

Jacobsen RE. Symbiotic associations between Chironomidae (Diptera) and Ephemeroptera. pp. 317-332.

Morphology

McShaffrey D. Comparative functional morphology of larval Stenacron interpunctatum and Rhithrogena pellucida (Ephemeroptera: Heptageniidae) and Ephemerella needhami (Ephemeroptera: Ephemerellidae), with application in mayfly taxonomy and ecology. pp. 335-346.

Gaino E; Mazzini M. Ultrastructural organization of the fat body in three species of mayfly (Ephemeroptera). pp, 347-357.

Phylogeny and Systematics

Hubbard MD. Towards a standard methodology for the description of mayflies (Ephemeroptera). pp. 361-369.

Peters WL; Gillies MT. Square facets in a hexagonal world. pp. 371-375.

Bae YJ; McCafferty WP. Ephemeroptera tusks and their evolution. pp. 377-405.

Studemann D; Landolt P; Tomka I. Eggs of the European Ephemerellidae (Ephemeroptera). pp. 407-422.

Domínguez E. Description of a new subgenus and a new species of Traverella Edmunds, with comments on its phylogeny and biology. pp. 423-431.

Burian SK. Taxonomy of the eastern Nearctic species of Choroterpes Eaton (Ephemeroptera: Leptophlebiidae). pp. 433-453.

Henry BC Jr. Phylogeny of Neochoroterpes (Ephemeroptera: Leptophlebiidae). pp. 455-461.

McCafferty WP; de Moor FC. South African Ephemeroptera: problems and priorities. pp. 463-476.

Index of Contributing Authors. pp. 477-478.

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