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Genus Acerpenna

 
 
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Kondratieff B.C., ed. (2000-) Mayflies of the United States
[cite:889604]

Distribution maps are extremely helpful, although limited to the conterminous United States

Barber-James H., Sartori M., Gattolliat J-L., Webb J. (2013) World checklist of freshwater Ephemeroptera species
[cite:889266]

freshwater, eh?

Mayfly Central
[cite:373560]
BG's standard ref of Ephemeroptera taxonomy (see Master List of Online Taxonomy References), maintained by Purdue Entomology. Jump to the species list (province/state records, synonyms)

Troutnut.com - Photos and Biology of Aquatic Insects - Mayfly Section
Over 1800 closeup photos of more than 400 mayflies illustrate an encyclopedia of the life history of each species, written as a simple but thorough explanation for the fly angler.

Canadian Grain Commission: insect pests of stored grain
[cite:886107]

DeFoliart G.R. (2002) The human use of insects as a food resource: a bibliographic account in progress
[cite:883199]

Caribbean Insect & Plant Database @ Harvard Entomology
[cite:881457]

covers specimens from the collections of the participating Dominican & US institutions

Photo gallery of the Spencer Entomological Collection
[duplicate of(1)]
[cite:879073] --please change cites to[cite:553835]

 
 
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