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NEW FAMILY. OboriphZebia Hubbard & Kukalova-Peck. NEW GENUS. Type-species: KukaZova moravica Demoulin. OboriphZebia moravica (Demoulin). Protereisma sp. (nymph no. 1, 1968:316, fig. 3. KukaZova moravica Demoulin, 1970:6. OborphZebia tertia Hubbard & Kukalova-Peck. NEW SPECIES. Protereisma sp. (nymph no. 3) Kukalova, 1968:318, fig. 4. , larve no. 3 Demoulin, 1970:7. OboriphZebia quarta Hubbard & Kukalova-Peck. NEW SPECIES. Protereisma sp. (nymph no. 4) Kukalova, 1968:318, fig. 5. , 1arve no. 4 Demoulin, 1970:7.

0) divergent (Fig. 19,20,22). (P) less than 4/5 (Fig. 17). (0) more than 4/5 (Fig. 19,20,22). (P) smoothly curved (Fig. 17). (0) abruptly to angularly curved (Fig. 19,20,22). (0) broad, with prominent denticles (Fig. 17-18). Mandible: outer margin (P) narrow (but may be cleft or hooded), denticles reduced (Fig. 19-23). (P) smoothly curved (Fig. 11). (0) angularly curved (Fig. 13-14). Ninth sternum of ~ (P) deeply cleft. (0) entire or shallowly concave. anteromedian emargination Furcation 4: Labrum: length/width A B (P) 2/3-3/4 (Fig.

Anteromedian emargination subapical pectinate setae 47 PHYLOGENETIC RELATIONSHIPS OF LEPTOPHLEBIIDAE Table 2. Phyletic lineages representing the cool-adapted Leptophlebiidae of Southern South America and selected related genera from other areas of the Southern Hemisphere. Lineage l. HapsiphZebia Genera Included Continent HapsiphZebia AtaZophZebia, AtaZomicria Jappa, UZmerophZebia "ZephZebia" cruentata Aprionyx New Zealand Africa South America Australia " 2. PenaphZebia PenaphZebia, Massarte Ua South America 3.

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