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Checklist of the Belgian mayflies (Ephemeroptera)

Koen Lock UGent and Peter Goethals UGent (2011) BULLETIN DE LA SOCIETE ROYALE BELGE D'ENTOMOLOGIE. p.188-198
abstract
In the presented checklist, 63 species of mayflies are listed for Belgium. Four species are reported here for the first time for belgium: Baetis (labiobaetis) atrebatinus (Eaton, 1870), Kageronia fuscogrisea (Retzius, 1783), Rhithrogena beskidensis (Albatercedor & Sowa, 1987) and Rhithrogena hercynia (Landa, 1969). Based on their occurrence in the neighbouring countries, a few additional species may still be expected. During the last few years, 58 species could still be collected in the field. The five remaining species were not recordd for at least 30 years: Baetis (Acentrella) sinaicus (Bogoescu, 1931), Choroterpes picteti (Eaton, 1871), Metreletus balcanicus (Ulmer, 1920), raptobaetopus tenellus (Albarda, 1878) and Siphlonurus (Siphlonurus) lacustris (Eaton, 1870). these species are either regionally extinct, which is almost certainly the case for C. picteti, while some others have probably been overlooked, which is probably the case for S. lacustris. An overview is given of the literature dealing with the belgian mayflies.
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macroinvertebrates, Kageronia fuscogrisea, Rhithrogena beskidensis, Baetis (labiobaetis) atrebatinus, Rhithrogena hercynia
journal title
BULLETIN DE LA SOCIETE ROYALE BELGE D'ENTOMOLOGIE
Bull. Soc. R. Belge Entomol.
issue
147
pages
188 - 198
ISSN
1374-8297
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English
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I have transferred the copyright for this publication to the publisher
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2052769
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-2052769
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2012-02-29 16:48:37
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  abstract     = {In the presented checklist, 63 species of mayflies are listed for Belgium. Four species are reported here for the first time for belgium: Baetis (labiobaetis) atrebatinus (Eaton, 1870), Kageronia fuscogrisea (Retzius, 1783), Rhithrogena beskidensis (Albatercedor \& Sowa, 1987) and Rhithrogena hercynia (Landa, 1969). Based on their occurrence in the neighbouring countries, a few additional species may still be expected. During the last few years, 58 species could still be collected in the field. The five remaining species were not recordd for at least 30 years: Baetis (Acentrella) sinaicus (Bogoescu, 1931), Choroterpes picteti (Eaton, 1871), Metreletus balcanicus (Ulmer, 1920), raptobaetopus tenellus (Albarda, 1878) and Siphlonurus (Siphlonurus) lacustris (Eaton, 1870). these species are either regionally extinct, which is almost certainly the case for C. picteti, while some others have probably been overlooked, which is probably the case for S. lacustris. An overview is given of the literature dealing with the belgian mayflies.},
  author       = {Lock, Koen and Goethals, Peter},
  issn         = {1374-8297},
  journal      = {BULLETIN DE LA SOCIETE ROYALE BELGE D'ENTOMOLOGIE},
  keyword      = {macroinvertebrates,Kageronia fuscogrisea,Rhithrogena beskidensis,Baetis (labiobaetis) atrebatinus,Rhithrogena hercynia},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {147},
  pages        = {188--198},
  title        = {Checklist of the Belgian mayflies (Ephemeroptera)},
  year         = {2011},
}

Chicago
Lock, Koen, and Peter Goethals. 2011. “Checklist of the Belgian Mayflies (Ephemeroptera).” BULLETIN DE LA SOCIETE ROYALE BELGE D’ENTOMOLOGIE (147): 188–198.
APA
Lock, K., & Goethals, P. (2011). Checklist of the Belgian mayflies (Ephemeroptera). BULLETIN DE LA SOCIETE ROYALE BELGE D’ENTOMOLOGIE, (147), 188–198.
Vancouver
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Lock K, Goethals P. Checklist of the Belgian mayflies (Ephemeroptera). BULLETIN DE LA SOCIETE ROYALE BELGE D’ENTOMOLOGIE. 2011;(147):188–98.
MLA
Lock, Koen, and Peter Goethals. “Checklist of the Belgian Mayflies (Ephemeroptera).” BULLETIN DE LA SOCIETE ROYALE BELGE D’ENTOMOLOGIE 147 (2011): 188–198. Print.