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International Advances in the Ecology, Zoogeography, and Systematics of Mayflies and Stoneflies$
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F. R.Hauer and Anthony Welch

Print publication date: 2008

Print ISBN-13: 9780520098688

Published to California Scholarship Online: March 2012

DOI: 10.1525/california/9780520098688.001.0001

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Systematic Review of the Wingless Stoneflies, Scopuridae

Systematic Review of the Wingless Stoneflies, Scopuridae

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(p.395) Systematic Review of the Wingless Stoneflies, Scopuridae
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International Advances in the Ecology, Zoogeography, and Systematics of Mayflies and Stoneflies
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Y. H. Jin

T. Kishimoto

Y. J. Bae

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University of California Press
DOI:10.1525/california/9780520098688.003.0024

This chapter presents a systematic review of the wingless stonefly family of Scopuridae. It reviews all known stages and species of the family, not only to provide differential diagnoses and identification keys but also to discuss further the phylogeny and biogeography. The chapter proposes the existence of two clades in Scorupidae, which is supported by the synapomorphic characters of the posteromedian process on the eighth abdominal sternum of female adults and the elongated process on the basal cerci of male adults.

Keywords:   wingless stonefly, Scopuridae, phylogeny, biogeography, clades, posteromedian process, synapomorphic characters, abdominal sternum, basal cerci

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