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12: 97-117. L. G. Peters. In press. The Leptophlebiidae of New Caledonia (Ephemeroptera). Part II. - Systematics. Cah. M. ser. HydrobioZ. H. 1937. A generic classification of the Nearctic sawflies (Hymenoptera: Symphyta). IZZ. BioZ. Monogr. 15: 1-173. H. 1974. Biological Systematics. Addison-Wesley, Reading. R. A. Sneath. 1963. Principles of Numerical Taxonomy. H. Freeman, San Francisco. PHYLOGENETIC RELATIONSHIPS AND ZOOGEOGRAPHY OF COOL-ADAPTED LEPTOPHLEBIIDAE (EPHEMEROPTERA) IN SOUTHERN SOUTH AMERICA Manuel L.
Since a number of persons are studying various groups of Leptophlebiidae, or Leptophlebiidae of specific geographical areas, detailed criteria must be imposed if phylogenetic and classificatory studies are to be consistent. Such criteria have been developed and examples of our criteria and methods will be presented at this conference and discussed in a series of papers in press or in preparation. The three basic systems of phylogenetic reconstruction are: (1) methods of phenetics, (2) methods of cladistics, and (3) evolutionary methods.
1) Kukalov8, 1968:313, figs. 1, 2, pl. 29. KukaZova americana Demoulin, 1970:6. larmilidae Demoulin, 1970. NEW PLACEMENT. JarmiZa Demoulin, 1970. Type-species: JarmiZa eZongata Demoulin. (original designation) JarmiZa eZongata Demoulin. Ephemeroptera inc. Jam. (nymph no. 6) Kukalova. 1968:320, fig. 7. JarmiZa eZongata Demoulin, 1970:7. Oboriph1ebiidae Hubbard & Kukalova-Peck. NEW FAMILY. OboriphZebia Hubbard & Kukalova-Peck. NEW GENUS. Type-species: KukaZova moravica Demoulin. OboriphZebia moravica (Demoulin).
Advances in Ephemeroptera Biology by D. Dudley Williams (auth.), John F. Flannagan, K. Eric Marshall (eds.)