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“…Subimagos emerge directly on the surface of the water and have only an aerial stage as short as two hours, to molt to imago and reproduce (McCafferty and Bloodgood 1989;Molineri 2008). Both genera are known from North, Central and South America, but most species are from the Amazon basin (Molineri et al 2012(Molineri et al , 2019, and a South American origin has been hypothesized for these groups (McCafferty 1998;Molineri et al 2019).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Subimagos emerge directly on the surface of the water and have only an aerial stage as short as two hours, to molt to imago and reproduce (McCafferty and Bloodgood 1989;Molineri 2008). Both genera are known from North, Central and South America, but most species are from the Amazon basin (Molineri et al 2012(Molineri et al , 2019, and a South American origin has been hypothesized for these groups (McCafferty 1998;Molineri et al 2019).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Tortopus was established by Needham and Murphy in 1924 and seven species are currently recognized (Molineri 2010;Molineri et al 2012): T. arenales Molineri, T. bellus Lugo-Ortiz and McCafferty, T. circumfluus Ulmer, T. harrisi Traver, T. igaranus Needham and Murphy, T. pixuna Molineri, Boldrini and Salles and T. zottai (Navás). In Colombia, only T. igaranus, the type species of the genus, has been recorded from male and female imagos collected in the Peruvian-Colombian border on the Putumayo River (Needham and Murphy 1924;Molineri 2010).…”
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“…En Colombia se conocen nueve familias, 59 géneros y 67 especies (Zúñiga, Molineri & Domínguez, 2004;Dias, Bacca & Ferreira, 2011;Molineri 2010a;Gutiérrez & Reinoso-Flórez, 2010;Molineri, Cuz & Emmerich, 2011;Salinas, Dias, Salles & Bacca, 2011), que representan 64.3% de las familias, 57.3% de los géneros y 12.2 % de las especies citadas para Sur América. Son considerados los insectos alados más primitivos y poseen una característica única entre ellos, como es la de presentar un estadío alado supernumerario entre la ninfa y el adulto denominado subimago, que generalmente emerge al crepúsculo y muda a imago dentro de las 24 horas siguientes, conformando enjambres o vuelos nupciales que, en general, ocurren temprano en la mañana o al final del día (Domínguez, Molineri, Pescador, Hubbard & Nieto, 2006;Domínguez, Molineri & Nieto, 2009a).…”
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