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Rhithrogena hercynia Landa, 1969 Ephemeroptera in north Rhine-Westfalia/Germany Rhithrogena hercynia Landa, 1969 Ephemeroptera in Nordrhein-Westfalen

, : Rhithrogena hercynia Landa, 1969 Ephemeroptera in north Rhine-Westfalia/Germany Rhithrogena hercynia Landa, 1969 Ephemeroptera in Nordrhein-Westfalen. Lauterbornia. 30 September; 50: 67-69

Until now for North Rhine-Westphalia the occurrence of Rhithrogena hercynia has only reported once by word of mouth and without any further specifications (Haybach & Malzacher 2003). More detailed data concerning the finding shall be given in the following text and colour photos of the species are presented.

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