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Order: Ephemeroptera Suborder: Shistonote Family: BaetidaeGenus: Baetis Shorter middle cerci Long Antennae Split Back A. Bosak BMIC
Family: LeptophlebiidaeOrder: Ephemeroptera Suborder: Shistonote Family: Leptophlebiidae Paraleptophlebia Abdominal gills A. Bosak BMIC A. Bosak BMIC A. Bosak BMIC Leptophlebia Abdominal gills A. Bosak BMIC A. Bosak BMIC
Rounded frontal processOrder: Ephemeroptera Family: Ephemeridae Genus: Hexagenia A. Bosak BMIC Tusks point upward A. Bosak BMIC Rounded frontal process A. Bosak BMIC
Order: Ephemeroptera Suborder: Shistonote Family: Heptageniidae Genus: StenonemaFlat spoon-shaped head A. Bosak BMIC A. Bosak BMIC Reduced gills A. Bosak BMIC Rounded gills
Order: Ephemeroptera Suborder: Pannote Family: Caenidae Genus: CaenisClose up of gill opercula Fused wing pads Square, overlapping operculate gills A. Bosak BMIC A. Bosak BMIC Close up of gill opercula A. Bosak BMIC
Fused notum covers much of abdomenOrder: Ephemeroptera Suborder: Pannote Family: Baetiscidae Genus: Baetisca A. Bosak BMIC Fused notum covers much of abdomen
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