(Panephemeroptera Euephemeroptera Euplectoptera Anteritorna Bidentiseta Branchitergaliae  
Eusetisura Discoglossata Geminovenata Elassoneuria/fg1 - Elassoneuria/fg2)

Nomen hierarchicum: Elassoneuria/fg2 [g:1881] (sine Madeconeuria)

In circumscription fits:

subgen. Elassoneuria: [Demoulin 1973 (as autonym)]

gen. Elassoneuria: Pescador & Elouard 2001 (Abstract)

Elassoneuria/g2: Kluge 2004: 144

References. Eaton 1883: ; Ulmer 1916: ; 1920c: ; Barnard 1932: ; Demoulin 1952b: ; Berner 1954: ; Kimmins 1960: ; Edmunds 1961: ; Demoulin 1973: ; Gillies 1974: ; Kluge 2004: * * *.

Autapomorphies of Elassoneuria/fg2.

(1) In male imago on middle and hind leg [non-functional see Geminovenata (2)] before the last (claw-bearing) segment, only 2 short segments are present (if not take into account the 1st segment, which is fused with tibia, shortened, and not expressed), thus tarsus looks as 3-segmented. Non-unique apomorphy, the same in Oligoneuriella/g1.

(2) Each penis lobe has two longitudinal sclerites lateral and median ones which are mobile connected by a membrane and move apart when penes lobes protrude backward; penis lobes are movably connected by a transverse sclerite [see Elassoneuria/g1 (3)] (Kluge 2004: Fig.49:C-F).

Size. Fore wing length 1022 mm.

Distribution. Africa.

Nominal species in Elassoneuria/fg2: 

 candida Eaton 1913 [Elassoneuria]

 congolana Navás 1911 [Elassoneuria]

 disneyi Gillies 1974 [Elassoneuria]

 grandis Gillies 1974 [Elassoneuria]

 kidahi Gillies 1974 [Elassoneuria]

 trimeniana McLachlan 1868 [Oligoneuria]

Examined also:

 sp.O2: Kluge 2004


See also:

Elassoneuria spp.