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Suborder Pisciforma

 
 
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Taxonomy and ecology of Stenonema mayflies (Heptageniidae: Ephemeroptera)
By Lewis, P.A.
Environmental Monitoring Series. Cincinatti, OH, EPA, 1974
Available at Ephemeroptera-Galactica as a PDF: http://www.ephemeroptera-galactica.com/pubs/pub_l/publewisp1974p1.pdf

Contribution to the Systematics of Leucrocuta, Nixe, and Related Genera (Ephemeroptera: Heptageniidae)
By W. P. McCafferty
Transactions of the American Entomological Society Vol. 130, No. 1, pp. 1-9, 2004
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Two new genera of Nearctic Heptageniidae (Ephemeroptera)
By R.W. Flowers
Florida Entomologist Vol. 63, No. 3, 296-307, 1980
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Describes the division of Heptagenia into 3 genera: Heptagenia, Leucrocuta and Nixe

Heptageniidae of the World. Part II: Key to the genera
By J.M. Webb and W.P. McCafferty
Canadian Journal of Arthropod Identification, 7, 55 pp., 2008
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Well-illustrated keys to larvae, adult males, and adult females by world's leading authorities. Diagnoses and world distribution maps provided for all the taxa treated as genera; several genus-group names newly synonymized (incl. Belovius... ah well... whatever :)

A review of the Acanthametropodinae with a description of a new genus (Ephemeroptera: Siphlonuridae)
By G. F. Edmunds, Jr. and R. W. Koss
Pan-Pacific Entomologist 48(2): 136–144, 1972
Elevated to family

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The genera Anafroptilum Kluge, 2011 and Neocloeon Traver, 1932, reinstated status, in North America...
By Jacobus L.M., Wiersema N.A.
Zootaxa 3814(3): 385–391, 2014
Full title: The genera Anafroptilum Kluge, 2011 and Neocloeon Traver, 1932, reinstated status, in North America, with remarks about the global composition of Centroptilum Eaton, 1869 (Ephemeroptera: Baetidae)
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Mayfly fauna of New Mexico
By W.P. McCafferty, C.R. Lugo-Ortiz, and G.Z. Jacobi
Great Basin Naturalist 57(4): 283–314, 1997

Mayflies of the Southwest: new species, descriptions, and records (Ephemeroptera)
By Kilgore J.L. & Allen R.K.
Annals of the Entomological Society of America 66(2): 321–332, 1973

 
 
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