(Panephemeroptera Euephemeroptera Euplectoptera Anteritorna pm.Tridentiseta
 Metretopus/fg1 - Metreplecton)

Nomen hierarchicum: Metreplecton/g(1) [g:1996]

In circumscription fits:

— gen. Metreplecton Kluge 1996b: 77

— Metreplecton/g(1): Kluge 2004: 87

References. Kluge 1996b: ; – 2004: .

Characters of Metreplecton of unclear phylogenetic status.

(1) Larval abdominal terga and sterna lack spine-like setae (the same in Metretopus/fg2, unlike Siphloplecton).

(2) Tergalii IV–VII have denticles on costal margin [armed with rib – see Metretopus/fg1 (3)]; the same in Metretopus/fg2, unlike Siphloplecton.

(3) Distal segment of labial palp [2nd+3rd – see Metretopus/fg1 (2)] is widest near apex (Kluge 2004: Fig.22:H) (the same in Siphloplecton, probably synapomorphy).

(4) Cubital field of fore wing usually with 1 intercalary (Kluge 2004: Fig.22:A), selected specimens can have up to 3 intercalaries [see Metretopus/fg1 (5)].

Size. Fore wing length 11–13 mm.

Distribution. Northern Europe, Siberia and Russian Far East.

Nominal species in Metreplecton/g(1): 1 species

macronyx Kluge 1996 [Metreplecton --/