EPHEMEROPTERA OF THE WORLD

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REFERENCES ON GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION

Nearctic

USA

Montana (MT)

sources: subjects: taxa:
Eaton 1883-1888:Monograph.    

McDunnough 1929

 

 

Traver 1934    
Hamilton 1959 Missouri River  Ephemeridae
Jensen & Edmunds 1966   Ephemerella
Newell 1970   ˝hecklist

Allen 1973:1287-1295.

 

Traverella

McCafferty 1975:447-504.   Ephemeroidea
Allen & Edmunds 1976:625-635.   Ametropus
Roemhild 1984   Caenis
Perry & Perry & Stanford 1986 Rocky Mountain  
Allen & Murvosh 1987:35-40.   Tricorythidae
Winget & Mangum 1991   Tricorythodes minutus
Mangum & Winget 1993   Drunella grandis
Winget 1993   Ephemerelloidea
Waltz & Edmunds & Lester 1998   Raptoheptagenia cruentata, Ametropus neavei
Jacobus & McCafferty 2002:59-60.    
McCafferty & Meyer & Lester 2002    

Sun & Webb & McCafferty 2002

 

Cercobrachys cree

Jacobus & McCafferty 2003:174-193.

 

Ephemerella

Jacobus & McCafferty 2003:776-777.   Caudatella hystrix
Jacobus & Newell & McCafferty 2006   Caudatella edmundsi
McCafferty 2007:4-8. Yellowstone National Park  
McCafferty & Newell 2007  far western Montana  

Webb & Sun & McCafferty & Ferris 2007

 

Heptagenia

Hogue & Hawkins 2008   Caudatella edmundsi
Sun & McCafferty 2008:1-239.   Brachycercinae
Newell & Anderson 2009   Siphlonurus autumnalis
Jacobus 2010:1-5.   Caudatella heterocaudata
Jacobus & Wiersema 2014   Anafroptilum