PHYLOGENY OF EPHEMEROPTERA (BY N.J.KLUGE)

Classif. ABC

Kluge N.J. 2004. 
The phylogenetic system of Ephemeroptera
Kluwer Academic Publishers. p. i-xiii + 1-442 

List of figures

INTRODUCTION

A brief history of mayfly classification

Methods of associating larvae and adults

Fig. 1. Cages for rearing mayflies (p.5)

Principles of non-ranking zoological nomenclature

Fig. 2. Difference between nomenclatures (p.7)

GENERAL PART

Chapter I. Systematic position of Ephemeroptera

Chapter II. Morphology of mayflies

Fig. 3. Larva of aestivalis [Siphlurus] (p.42)

Fig. 4. Winged stages of aestivalis [Siphlurus] (p.43)

Fig. 5. Pterothorax of aestivalis [Siphlurus] (p.4445)

Fig. 5: A. (p.44)

Fig. 5: B-D. (p.45)

Fig. 6. Mesonotum of aestivalis [Siphlurus] (p.46)

Fig. 7. Wings (p.47)

Fig. 8. Reduction of wings and pterothorax (p.48)

Fig. 9. Movements of larvae (p.49)

Fig. 10. Copulation (p.50)

Fig. 11. Genitals of camtschaticus [Ameletus] (p.51)

Fig. 12. Larval 10th abdominal segment (p. 5253)

Fig. 12: A-C. (p. 52)

Fig. 12: D-G. (p.53)

Fig. 13. Tergalii (p.54)

SPECIAL PART

Chapter III. Ephemeroptera s.str. & s.lat.

Fig. 14. Palaeozoic mayflies (p.60)

Chapter IV. Posteritorna

Fig. 15. Prosopistoma/f1=g2, larva (p.65)

Fig. 16. Prosopistoma/f1=g2, imago and subimago (p.66)

Fig. 17. Posteritorna-Baetisca/f4=g3 (p.67)

Chapter V. Tridentiseta

Fig. 18. Siphlonurus/fg4 (p.77)

Fig. 19. Parameletus/fg1 (p.78)

Fig. 20. Ameletus/fg1 (p.83)

Fig. 21. Dipteromimus, Ameletus/fg1, Metretopus/fg1 (p.84)

Fig. 22. Metretopus/fg1 (p.85)

Fig. 23. Acanthametropus/fg2 (p.90)

Fig. 24. Acanthametropus/fg2 and Ametropus (p.91)

Fig. 25. Ametropus (p.92)

Fig. 26. Siphlaenigma (p.96)

Fig. 27. Palaeocloeon (p.97)

Fig. 28. Turbanoculata (p.98)

Fig. 29. Turbanoculata (p.99)

Fig. 30. Nesameletus/f2=Metamonius/g2 (p.107)

Fig. 31. Nesameletus/f1=Metamonius/g1 (p.108)

Fig. 32. Oniscigaster/fg2 (p.112)

Fig. 33. Tasmanophlebia (p.113)

Fig. 34. Ameletopsis/fg1 (p.116)

Fig. 35. Chiloporter, larva (p.117)

Fig. 36. Rallidens (p.121)

Chapter VI. Branchitergaliae

Fig. 37. Coloburiscoides (p.129)

Fig. 38. Coloburiscoides, larva (p.130)

Fig. 39. Coloburiscus/fg1, imago and subimago (p.131)

Fig. 40. Isonychia/fg2 (p.132)

Fig. 41. Isonychia/fg2 (p.133)

Fig. 42. Chromarcys (p.148)

Fig. 43. Geminovenata and egg anchors (p.149)

Fig. 44. Oligoneuriella/g2, larvae (p.150)

Fig. 45. Oligoneuriella/g2, labium (p.151)

Fig. 46. Oligoneuriella/g2 (p.152)

Fig. 47. Oligoneuriella/g1, genitals (p.153)

Fig. 48. Madeconeuria (p.154)

Fig. 49. Elassoneuria/g2 (p.155)

Fig. 50. Oligoneuria/f5=g6, male imago (p.156)

Fig. 51. Oligoneuria/f4=g5 (p.157)

Fig. 52. Pseudiron (p.160)

Fig. 53. Pseudiron and Arthroplea (p.161)

Fig. 54. Kageronia (p.167)

Fig. 55. Heptagenia/f8=g7, larvae (p.170)

Fig. 56. Heptagenia/f7=g6 (p.171)

Fig. 57. Ecdyonurus/fg1 (p.177)

Fig. 58. Ecdyonurus/fg1, larvae (p.178)

Fig. 59. Atopopus/g* tarsalis [Atopopus] (p.179)

Fig. 60. Raptoheptagenia (p.186)

Fig. 61. Cinygma (p.187)

Fig. 62. Rhithrogena/fg2, larvae (p.197)

Fig. 63. Rhithrogena/fg2, adult mesonotum (p.198)

Fig. 64. Paegniodes and Epeorus/fg1 (p.199)

Fig. 65. Epeorus/fg3, larvae (p.200)

Chapter VII. Furcatergaliae

Fig. 66. Furcatergaliae (p.217)

Fig. 67. Potamanthus/fg1, larvae (p.224)

Fig. 68. Potamanthus/fg1, adults (p.225)

Fig. 69. Euthyplocia/fg1 (p.228)

Fig. 70. Ephemera/fg9 (p.238)

Fig. 71. Ephemera/fg10, adults (p.239)

Fig. 72. Ephemera/fg10, penis structure (p.340)

Fig. 73. Behningia/fg1, larvae (p.247)

Fig. 74. Pentagenia (p.250)

Fig. 75. Anagenesia/g2 (p.251)

Fig. 76. Cryptoprosternata, larval head (p.260)

Fig. 77. Polymitarcys/f2=Ephoron/g3, larval fore leg (p.261)

Fig. 78. Polymitarcys/f1=Ephoron/g2, imagoes (p.262)

Fig. 79. Asthenopus/fg1, imago (p.263)

Fig. 80. Tortopus, male imago (p.264)

Fig. 81. Ochernova (p.272)

Fig. 82. Leucorhoenanthus, larva (p.273)

Fig. 83. Leucorhoenanthus, adults (p.274)

Fig. 84. Brachycercus/f1=g3 (p.279)

Fig. 85. Madecocercus, larva (p.280)

Fig. 86. Caenis/f4=g2 (p.281)

Fig. 87. Caenis/f5=g3, pterothorax (p.282)

Fig. 88. Caenis/f5=g3, larvae  (p.283)

Fig. 89. Ephemerella/fg1, schemes (p.298)

Fig. 90. Ephemerella/fg3, adults (p.299)

Fig. 91. Ephemerella/fg2, larvae (p.300)

Fig. 92. Ephemerella/fg4, larvae (p.308309):

Fig. 92: A-E. (p.308)

Fig. 92: F-H. (p.309)

Fig. 93. Torleya/g1 (p.310)

Fig. 94. Hyrtanella/f2=Crinitella/g1 (p.311)

Fig. 95. Vietnamella and Austremerella (p.318)

Fig. 96. Teloganodes/g1 (p.322323):

Fig. 96: A-D. (p.322)

Fig. 96: E-H. (p.323)

Fig. 97. Tricorygnatha (p.324)

Fig. 98. Tricorygnatha (p.325)

Fig. 99. Ephemerythus, Dicercomyzon, Machadorythus (p.331)

Fig. 100. Leptohyphes/fg2 (p.337)

Fig. 101. Leptohyphes/fg2, larva (p.338)

Fig. 102. Leptohyphes/fg2, adult (p.339)

Fig. 103. Tricorythodes/fg1, larva (p.340)

Fig. 104. Tricorythodes/fg1, pterothorax (p.341)

Fig. 105. Tricorythodes/fg1, Allenhyphes, et al. (p.342)

Fig. 106. Leptophlebia/fg1 (p.348