(Panephemeroptera Euephemeroptera Euplectoptera Anteritorna pm.Tridentiseta
 Ameletopsis/fg1 - Mirawara)

Nomen hierarchicum: Mirawara/g(1) [g:1954]

In circumscription fits:

— gen. Mirawara Harker 1954: 261

— Mirawara/g(1): Kluge 2004: 118

References. Harker 1954: ; – Riek 1955: ; – Edmunds 1975: ; – Peters & Campbell 1991: ;  – Kluge 2004:   .

Autapomorphy of Mirawara.

(1) Gonostylus with 3 distal segments (instead of 2 initial ones). Non-unique apomorphy (see Index of characters [2.3.12]).

Characters of Mirawara of unclear phylogenetic status.

(2) Each tergalius I–VII has fibrillose lobe – additional ventral lamella with long marginal processes [see Ameletopsis/fg1 (4)]; anal rib is located near middle of tergalius (Riek 1973: Fig.3; Peters & Campbell 1991: Fig.16:14C) (unlike other Ameletopsis/fg1).

(3) Larval cerci without secondary swimming setae, with primary swimming setae only [unlike other Ameletopsis/fg1 – see Ameletopsis/fg1 (5)].

(4) Imaginal and subimaginal paracercus is very small (unlike Chiloporter).

Plesiomorphies of Mirawara. Unlike Chiloporter: labrum [widened – see Ameletopsis/fg1 (1)] is semicircular, without median incision; glossae are flat; body form is close to siphlonuroid [if not take into account strongly enlarged specialized head – see Ameletopsis/fg1 (1)]; femora are thin, claws are slightly curved, without denticles; last abdominal segments have posterolateral spines.

Size. Fore wing length 18–20 mm.

Distribution. Australia.

Nominal species in Mirawara/g(1):

aapta Harker 1954 [Mirawara]

megaloprepia Riek 1955 [Mirawara]

purpurea Riek 1955 [Mirawara]

See also: 

Mirawara spp.