Published March 31, 2004
by Springer .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||456|
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Get this from a library! The phylogenetic system of Ephemeroptera. [N I︠U︡ Kli︠u︡ge] -- The book has general biological significance due to usage of the new non-ranking nomenclature and the rational layout of taxonomic text, which can be qualified as post-Linnaean systematics. While. The Phylogenetic System of Ephemeroptera. Authors (view affiliations) Nikita Kluge; Book. 81 Citations; 6 Mentions; Systematic position of Ephemeroptera. Nikita Kluge. Pages Morphology of mayflies. Nikita Kluge. Pages About this book. Keywords. The Phylogenetic System of Ephemeroptera contains new data which are interesting: for entomologists and hydrobiologists interested in systematics and phylogeny of mayflies; for entomologists and zoologists interested in phylogeny and general morphology of insects; for biologists interested in elaboration of effective methods of phylogeny reconstruction and rational presentation of taxonomical Author: Nikita Kluge. The book represents a comprehensive revision of all supraspecies mayfly taxa of the world fauna, except for the taxa belonging to Turbanoculata (= Baetidae ) and Leptophlebia/fg1 (= Leptophlebiidae = Leptophlebioidea). A new phylogenetic system of mayflies is suggested and argued.
Abstract. Comprehensive discussion on various opinions concerning the systematic position of mayflies among other insects, and the position of insects within arthropods is given in the book “Modern Systematics of Insects” (Kluge ).Author: Nikita Kluge. Toward a Phylogenetic Classification of the Ephemeroptera (lnsecta): A Commentary on Systematics Ephemeroptera, phylogenetic systematics, systematic methodology "At any rate, in biology nothing makes sense can express exactly that in a linear system in a book. The order Ephemeroptera is a small, ancient worldwide-distributed group of hemimetabolous insects. The group comprises more than described extant species in 42 families and more than genera (Barber-James et al., ).South American mayfly fauna is composed of 14 families, more than genera, and more than species (Domínguez et al., ). Phylogeny of Ephemeroptera (mayflies) based on molecular evidence Article (PDF Available) in Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 37(3) January .