2013
DOI: 10.1590/s1676-06032013000100038
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Abstract: Abstract:In this paper the first record of Hydrosmilodon primanus (Eaton, 1892) from South America is presented. The record of the species is based on nymphs collected in San Sebastián de Mariquita city, Tolima department, Colombia.

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“…The nymphs can be found in rocky substrate. H. primanus was recorded for the first time in Colombia in the Department of Tolima (Salinas et al 2013) at 479 masl an altitude similar to the one registered in some streams in Costa Rica (470 m). However, in the Orotoy river H. primanus was registered at lower altitudes.…”
Section: Commentssupporting
confidence: 69%
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“…The nymphs can be found in rocky substrate. H. primanus was recorded for the first time in Colombia in the Department of Tolima (Salinas et al 2013) at 479 masl an altitude similar to the one registered in some streams in Costa Rica (470 m). However, in the Orotoy river H. primanus was registered at lower altitudes.…”
Section: Commentssupporting
confidence: 69%
“…Panamá: Bocas del Toro and Miramar. Colombia: Tolima (Flowers and Domínguez 1992;Salinas et al 2013). Domínguez, 1984 (Fig.…”
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“…Until now, 18 genera and 11 species were reported for this department (Dias et al, 2009;Salinas-Jiménez et al, 2017Zamora, 2015;Zúñiga & Torres-Zambrano, 2015). With this research the genera registered increases to 21, which correspond to 38% of the approximately 55 genera recorded in Colombia (Dias et al, 2009;Forero-Céspedes et al, 2014;García et al, 2013;Gutiérrez & Reinoso-Flórez, 2010;Gutiérrez et al, 2013;Gutiérrez & Llano, 2015;Hoyos et al, 2014;Molineri, 2014;Molineri et al, 2011;Motta-Díaz et al, 2012;Rozo & Salinas, 2016;Salinas et al, 2011Salinas et al, , 2012Salinas et al, , 2013Salinas-Jiménez et al, 2017Zúñiga et al, 2014Zúñiga & Torres-Zambrano, 2015). In addition, A. alphus is reported for the first time for this region, increasing the number of species to 12.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 50%
“…Taxonomic composition of the Ephemeroptera assembly: There are nine Ephemeroptera families reported for Colombia (Salles et al, 2020), four were recorded in this study: Baetidae, Leptohyphidae, Leptophlebiidae and Caenidae. These correspond to 44.4% of registered families in the country and they have the largest number of genera and species recorded (Dias et al, 2009;Forero-Céspedes et al, 2014;García et al, 2013;Gutiérrez & Reinoso-Flórez, 2010;Gutiérrez et al, 2013;Gutiérrez & Llano, 2015;Hoyos et al, 2014;Molineri, 2014;Molineri et al, 2011;Motta-Díaz et al, 2012;Rozo & Salinas, 2016;Salinas et al, 2011Salinas et al, , 2012Salinas et al, , 2013Salinas-Jiménez et al, 2017Vinasco-Mondragón & Zúñiga, 2016;Zúñiga et al, 2014Zúñiga & Torres-Zambrano, 2015). Baetidae and Leptohyphidae were the most abundant and frequent in the different sampling stations, similar to what was found by Zamora (2015) in Orinoquia piedmont streams, where he further reported Leptophlebiidae and Oligoneuriidae.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 97%