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Author Edmunds, George F.

Title The mayflies of North and Central America / George F. Edmunds, Jr., Steven L. Jensen, Lewis Berner.

Published Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, [1976]
©1976

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Physical description 1 online resource (x, 330 pages) : illustrations
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Series Books at JSTOR All Purchased.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 313-322) and index.
Contents Preface; The Biological Role of Mayflies; Key to Nymphs; Key to Adults; The Families of Mayflies; Family SIPHLONURIDAE; Family METRETOPODIDAE; Family SIPHLAENIGMATIDAE; Family AMETROPODIDAE; Family BAETIDAE; Family OLIGONEURIIDAE; Family HEPTAGENIIDAE; Family LEPTOPHLEBIIDAE; Family EPHEMERELLIDAE; Family TRICORYTHIDAE; Family NEOEPHEMERIDAE; Family CAENIDAE; Family BAETISCIDAE; Family PROSOPISTOMATIDAE; Family BEHNINGIIDAE; Family POTAMANTHIDAE; Family EUTHYPLOCIIDAE; Family EPHEMERIDAE; Family PALINGENIIDAE; Family POLYMITARCYIDAE.
Summary Mayflies have fascinated man for centuries because of the brief span of their adult lives. These aquatic insects spend most of their lives as nymphs in water, then develop into winged stages and soon die, most species having an adult life of only two or t.
Other author Jensen, Steven L.
Berner, Lewis.
JSTOR, issuing body.
Subject Mayflies -- North America.
Mayflies -- Central America.
Insects -- North America.
Insects -- Central America.
Electronic books.
Standard Number 9780816657568
ISBN 9780816662258
0816662258
9780816657568
0816657564
0816607591
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