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The species Ecdyonurus sumatranus Ulmer, 1939 was described from Sumatra based on a female imago and a single nymph. It was designated as the type-species of the genus Ecdyonuroides Dang, 1967, erected because of the peculiar mor-phology of the nymph. This genus was put into synonymy later and the species is currently known as Thalerosphyrus su-matranus (Ulmer, 1939). The female imago holotype of Ecdyonurus sumatranus Ulmer, 1939 is reinvestigated and revealed to belong to the genus Rhithrogena Eaton, 1881. The combination Rhithrogena sumatrana (Ulmer, 1939) comb. nov. is thus proposed. The nymphs described by Ulmer (1939) from Java sub. nom. Rhithrogena parva (?) are associated to this species, and are redescribed with new material coming from Java and Lombok. Rhithrogena parva (Ulmer, 1912) is redescribed based on the syntype series from Taiwan and male genitalia are illustrated for the first time. Supplementary description is provided for the nymph of Rh. parva and for the one of Rh. ampla Kang & Yang, 1994, also from Taiwan. The status of the subgenus Tumungula Zhou & Peters, 2004 is briefly discussed. The nymph associated by Ulmer (1939) to Ecdyonurus sumatranus is renamed Thalerosphyrus lamuriensis sp. nov. The genus Ecdyonuroides Dang, 1967 is con-sidered as a synonym of Rhithrogena syn. nov. Copyright © 2014 Magnolia Press. Source


Three species belonging to the genus Thalerosphyrus Eaton, 1881 are reported from Java and Sumatra. The nymphs of Th. determinatus (Walker, 1853) from Java, Th. sinuosus (Navás, 1933) from Java and Sumatra and Th. lamuriensis Sartori, 2014 from Sumatra are redescribed. The egg morphology of the three species is also presented for the first time. A key to the nymphs is proposed. General considerations on the composition of the genus Thalerosphyrus in the Oriental Realm are given. The distribution of the genus is greatly expended, and currently ranges over the Himalaya and Sumbawa in the Sunda Islands. © Michel Sartori. Source


The type material of Epeorella borneonia Ulmer, 1939, the sole species of the genus Epeorella Ulmer, 1939 is reinvestigated and a lectotype (male imago) is designated. Based on several morphological structures, the synonymy with Epeorus Eaton, 1881 (Rhithrogeninae) is rejected. Epeorella stat. prop., known only at the winged stages, belongs to the subfamily Ecdyonurinae, and is a probable endemic of the island of Borneo. The newly erected genus Darthus Webb & McCafferty, 2007, also endemic to Borneo and only known by one species at the nymphal stage, is shown to be a junior subjective synonym of Epeorella. The new combination Epeorella vadora (Webb & McCafferty, 2007) is proposed for the species. The distribution of known heptageniid species from the Sunda Islands is discussed. © Michel Sartori. Source


Sartori M.,Zoologisches Museum und Biozentrum Grindel
ZooKeys | Year: 2014

Based on historic collections and new material from Sumatra and Java, the species Rhithrogeniella ornata Ulmer, 1939, type species of the genus Rhithrogeniella, is reinvestigated. The nymph is described for the first time and is closely related to the continental Southeast Asian species Rhithrogeniella tonkinensis Soldán and Braasch, 1986. Rhithrogeniella belongs to the subfamily Ecdyonurinae, and is related to the genera Nixe Flowers, 1980 and/or Paracinygmula Bajkova, 1975 based on characters of the nymphal stage. Species described from Taiwan in the genus Nixe are transferred to the genus Rhithrogeniella: Rh. littoralis (Kang and Yang, 1994) comb. n., Rh. mitifica (Kang and Yang, 1994) comb. n. and Rh. obscura (Kang and Yang, 1994) comb. n. © Michel Sartori. Source

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