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Redescription of Parameletus chelifer Bengtsson and P. minor (Bengtsson), with keys to nymphal and adult stages of the Fennoscandian species of Siphlonuridae (Ephemeroptera)

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It is established by electrophoretic analysis and morphological examination that Parameletus chelifer and P. minor are two separate species. A redescription of the major life-stages of the two species is given together with notes on the distribution in northern Fennoscandia. Keys to adult and nymphal stages are given for Fennoscandian species of the family Siphlonuridae. Lectotypes are designated by the senior author for P. chelifer Bengtsson and P. minor (Bengtsson).

Affiliations: 1: Olle Söderström, Department of Ecological Zoology, University of UmeÅ, S - 901 87 UmeÅ, Sweden; 2: Department of Genetics, University of UmeÅ, S - 901 87 UmeÅ, Sweden


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