Ephemeroptera Galactica

Ninth International Conference on Ephemeroptera
Tafí de Valle, Tucumán
16-21 August 1998


Proceedings published as:

Domínguez E. 2001. Trends in Research in Ephemeroptera & Plecoptera. Kluwer Academic / Plenum Publishers. New York.


CONTENTS

STATUS OF THE KNOWLEDGE OF EPHEMEROPTERA IN THE WORLD

Alba-Tercedor J. Introduction to the Panel Discussion. pp. 1-2.

Bae YJ. Status of the knowledge of Ephemeroptera in Northeast Asia and guidelines for future research. pp. 3-6.

Campbell IC. The current status of Ephemeroptera biology in Australia. pp. 7-12.

Elouard J-M. Knowledge of the African-Malagasy mayflies. pp. 13-20.

McCafferty WP. The gentle quest: 200 years in search of North American mayflies. pp. 21-35.

Pescador ML; Hubbard; Zúñiga MC. The status of the taxonomy of the mayfly (Ephemeroptera) fauna of South America. pp. 37-42.

Peters WL. The Ephemeroptera of New Zealand and New Caledonia. pp. 43-45.

Sartori M. Current knowledge of mayfly research in Europe (Ephemeroptera). pp. 47-52.

Soldán T. Status of the systematic knowledge and priorities in Ephemeroptera studies: the Oriental Region. pp. 53-65.

ECOLOGY AND BEHAVIOUR

Añón Suarez DA; Albariño RJ. Life cycle and annual production of Caenis sp (Ephemeroptera, Caenidae) in Lake Escondido (Bariloche, Argentina). pp. 67-75.

Arnekleiv JV; Dolmen D; Rønning L. Effects of rotenone treatment on mayfly drift and standing stocks in two Norwegian rivers. pp. 77-88.

Corigliano MC; Gualdoni CM; Oberto AM; Raffaini GB. Longitudinal distribution of the mayfly (Ephemeroptera) communities at the Chocancharava River Basin (Córdoba, Argentina). pp. 89-95.

Flannagan JF; Alba-Tercedor J; Lowen RG; Cobb DG. Emergence of Ephemeroptera from the Assiniboine River, Canada. pp. 97-106.

Grant PM. Mayflies as food. pp. 107-124.

Maldonado V; Pérez B; Cressa C. Seasonal variation of Ephemeroptera in four streams of Guatopo National Park, Venezuela. pp. 125-133.

Miserendino ML; Pizzolón LA. Abundance and altitudinal distribution of Ephemeroptera in an Andean-Patagonean river system (Argentina). pp. 135-142.

Medina AI; Vallania EA. Ephemeroptera: abundance and distribution in regulated streams (San Luis, Argentina). pp. 143-148.

Mergl A. Epirhithral communities of mayflies (Ephemeroptera) of the Odra River Basin (Czech Republic). pp. 149-156.

Mosquera S; Zúñiga MC; Alba-Tercedor J. Atopophlebia fortunensis Flowers (Ephemeroptera: Leptophlebiidae) and Caenis chamie Alba-Tercedor and Mosquera (Ephemeroptera: Caenidae). Notes on their biology and ecology. pp. 157-160.

Rocabado G; Wasson J-G; Lino F. Distribution of Ephemeroptera in the Andean part of the Rio Beni Drainage Basin (Bolivia): Regional pattern or control at the local scale? pp. 161-172.

Romero F; Fernández HR. Abundance and diversity of a mayfly taxocene in a South American subtropical mountain stream. pp. 173-178.

Zahrádkova S; Soldán T; Kokes J. A prediction model of running waters ecosystem in the Czech Republic based on mayfly taxocenes of undisturbed rhithral streams. pp. 179-197.

Nelson CR; Giuliani D. Geographical and seasonal occurrence of winter stoneflies (Plecoptera: Capniidae) of the southern Sierra Nevada, California, USA. pp. 199-208.

Sand K; Brittain JE. Egg development in Dinocras cephalotes (Plecoptera, Perlidae) at its altitudinal limit in Norway. pp. 209-216.

Stewart KW. Vibrational communication (drumming) and mate-searching behaviour of stoneflies (Plecoptera); evolutionary considerations. pp. 217-225.

Glazaczow A. Parthenogenetic and bisexual populations of Ephemerella notata Eat. in Poland. pp. 227-231.

Fochetti R; lannilli V; Ketmaier V; De Matthaeis E. Genetic divergence in populations of Dinocras cephalotes (Curtis, 1827) from three different catchments in Central Italy (Plecoptera, Perlidae). pp. 233-239.

Finlay KJ. Construction and evaluation of a new laboratory system for rearing mayflies. pp. 241-250.

Townsend GS; Pritchard G. A Comparison of methods for analysis of a long aquatic insect life history: Pteronarcys californica (Plecoptera) in the Crowsnest River, Alberta. pp. 251-258.

BIOGEOGRAPHY AND DISTRIBUTION

Jazdzewska T. Distribution in Poland of species of the Baetis group (Ephemeroptera, Baetidae). pp. 259-270.

Landolt P; Thüer J; Studemann D. Biomass of Ephemeroptera and Plecoptera in three Swiss rivers. pp. 271-284.

Landolt P; Sartori M. Ephemeroptera in Switzerland. pp. 285-299.

Zúñiga MC; Stark BP; Rojas AM; Baena ML. Distribution of Anacroneuria species (Plecoptera; Perlidae) in Colombia. pp. 301-304.

PHYLOGENY AND SYSTEMATICS

Christidis F. A cladistic analysis of Austrophlebioides and related genera (Leptophlebiidae: Atalophlebiinae). pp. 305-312.

Domínguez E; Ferreira MJ; Nieto C. Redescription and phylogenetic relationships of Leentvaaria Demoulin (Ephemeroptera: Leptophlebiidae). pp. 313-320.

Gattolliat J-L; Sartori M. Predaceous Baetidae in Madagascar: an uncommon and unsuspected high diversity. pp. 321-330.

Gillies MT. A new species of Aturbina (Ephemeroptera, Baetidae) Lugo-Ortiz and McCafferty from Uruguay. pp. 331-335.

Molineri C. A new genus of Leptohyphidae (Insecta: Ephemeroptera). pp. 337-345.

Pescador ML; Gonser T. The nymph of Secochella illiesi (Ephemeroptera: Leptophlebiidae: Atalophlebiinae) from South America. pp. 347-352.

Peters WL; Domínguez E. The identity of Hagenulopsis minuta Spieth (Leptophlebiidae, Atalophlebiinae). pp. 353-358.

Suter PJ. Platybaetis gagadjuensis, a new species from Northern Australia (Ephemeroptera: Baetidae). pp. 359-364.

Zloty J. Description of the male imago of Ameletus primitivus Traver (Ephemeroptera: Ameletidae) with notes on its relationship with other Ameletus species. pp. 365-368.

Du Y; He J. Progress on taxonomic study of the family Perlidae from China, pp. 369-375.

Froehlich CG. Guaranyperla, a new genus in the Gripopterygidae (Plecoptera). pp. 377-383.

Dorvillé LFM; Froehlich CG. Description of the nymph of Kempnyia tijucana Dorvillé and Froehlich (Plecoptera, Perlidae), with notes on its development and biology. pp. 385-392.

Shimizu T; Sivec I. Sphaeronemoura, a New Genus of the Amphinemurinae (Nemouridae, Plecoptera) from Asia. pp. 393-399.

Sivec I; Yang P-S. Stoneflies of Taiwan within the Oriental stonefly fauna diversity. pp. 401-404.

Stark BP. A synopsis of the Neotropical Perlidae (Plecoptera). pp. 405-422.

Zhiltzova LA. Plecoptera fauna of Capniidae of Russia and adjacent territories (within the limits of the former USSR). pp. 423-429.

MORPHOLOGY AND ULTRASTRUCTURE

Gaino E; Rebora M. Fine structure of the Malpighian tubules of mayfly nymphs, Baetis rhodani and Ecdyonurus venosus (Ephemeroptera). pp. 431-441.

Gaino E; Rebora M. Ultrastructural studies on the development of the gregarine Enterocystis racovitzai in the gut of Baetis rhodani (Ephemeroptera, Baetidae). pp. 443-452.

Hanada S; Maruyama H. Morphology of the hammer and drumming signals in two stonefly species, Gibosia hagiensis (Okamoto) and Kiotina pictectii (Klapálek) (Perlidae). pp. 453-457.

Kapoor NN. Fine structure of the gut of a stonefly nymph, Paragnetina media (Walker) (Plecoptera: Perlidae). pp. 459-465.

Ubero-Pascal NA; Soler A; Puig MA. Contribution to the egg morphology of the Spanish stoneflies (Plecoptera). An overview in the Segura River Basin (S.E. of Spain). pp. 467-475.

Index. pp. 477-478.

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