2010
DOI: 10.1590/s1676-06032010000100025
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Abstract: Despite the fact that the state is one of the smallest in Brazil, representing only 0.53% of the country area, a surprising diversity was found. Seventy-six species, 41 genera and nine families were identified, which represents about 25% of the species reported from Brazil, 65% of the genera, and almost all families. Of these, 17 species (most of Baetidae and Leptophlebiidae) are new to science. Five species, collected only at the nymphal stage, could not be identified to the species level. The present work de… Show more

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“…Nymphs of these species have been previously reported from the State of Espı´rito Santo as Paramaka sp. n. (Salles et al, 2010).…”
Section: (Uesc)mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Nymphs of these species have been previously reported from the State of Espı´rito Santo as Paramaka sp. n. (Salles et al, 2010).…”
Section: (Uesc)mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…According to information provided in the list of species from Brazil from the website "Ephemeroptera do Brasil" (Salles et al 2015), there are 319 species recorded in 10 families and 72 genera. Since the first survey for Brazil performed by Salles et al (2004a) several local and regional inventories were made, mainly for Southeast and Northeastern Brazil (Boldrini et al 2012;Cruz et al 2011;Lima et al 2010Lima et al , 2012Salles et al 2004bSalles et al , 2010Shimano 2010). These surveys have contributed to reduce the gaps in the knowledge of distribution of Ephemeroptera in Brazil.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In Brazil, most of the checklists of mayflies (and Leptophlebiidae) are associated to the presence of specialists on the group, such as the states of Rio de Janeiro (14 genera; 24 species; Da-Silva et al 2010), Espírito Santo (16 genera; 22 species; Salles et al 2010), São Paulo (13 genera; 16 species; Mariano & Polegato, 2011), Mato Grosso (15 genera; 15 species; Shimano et al 2011), Pernambuco (10 genera;14 species; Lima et al 2012), and Brazilian Amazonia Region (10 genera; 19 species; Lopes et al 2007).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%