Ephemeroptera

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Britt, N. W. Biology of two species ofLake Erie mayflies, Ephron album (Say) and Ephemera simulans Walker. Bull. Ohio Biol. Surv. (Newser.), 1 (1962), 1-70.

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Edmunds, G. E., Jr, S. L. Jensen, and L. Berner. The Mayflies ofNorth and Central America. Minneapolis: University ofMinnesota Press, 1976.

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Fremling, C. R. Biology of a large mayfly, Hexagenia bilineata (Say) of the Upper Mississippi river. Iowa Agr. Home Econ. Exp. Sta. Res. Bull., 482 (1960), 842-52.

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Harker, J. Mayflies. Naturalists' Handbooks 13. Slough, UK: Richmond, i989.

Swarm behavior and mate competition in mayflies (Ephemer-optera). J. Zool., 228 (1992), 571-87.

Henson, E. B. Aquatic insects as inhalent allergens: a review of American literature. Ohio J. Sci., 66 (1966), 529-32.

Hubbard, M. D. Mayflies of the World: A Catalog of the Family and Genus Group Taxa. Gainesville, FL: Sandhill Crane Press, 1990.

Hubbard, M. D. and W. L. Peters. Ephemeroptera. In Hurlbert, S. H. (ed.) Biota Acuatica de SudamericaAustral.San Diego, CA: SanDiego State University, 1977.

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Nedham, J. G. Burrowing mayflies of our larger lakes and streams. Bull. US Bur. Fish., 36 (1920), 269-92.

Needham, J. G., J. R. Traver, and Y.-C. Hsu. The Biology of Mayflies. Ithaca, NY: Comstock, 1935.

Peters, W. L. and P. G. Peters (eds) Proceedings ofthe First International Conference of Ephemeroptera. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1973.

Savolainen, E. Swarming in Ephemeroptera: the mechanism of swarming and the effects ofillumination and weather. Ann. Zool. Fenn., 15 (1978), 17-52.

Simpson, S. J. and G. C. McGavin. The Right Fly: An Angler's Guide to Identifying and Matching Natural Insects. London: Aurum Press, 1996.

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