Literature

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Hubbard, M. D.1995Towards a standard methodology for the description of mayflies
E. Domínguez, Hubbard, M. D., Peters, W. L.1992Clave para ninfas y adultos de las familias y géneros de Ephemeroptera (Insecta) sudamericanos
Domínguez, E., Hubbard, M. D., Pescador, M. L., Molineri, C.2001Guia para la determinación de los artrópodos bentónicos sudamericanos. Univ. Nac. Tucumán, Fac. Cienc. Nat. & Inst. M. Lillo
Hubbard, M. D., Kukalová-Peck J.1980Permian mayfly nymphs: new taxa and systematic characters
M. D. Hubbard2002Synonymy and valid name of the families Vietnamellidae and Austremerellidae (Ephemeroptera: Ephemerelloidea)
M. D. Hubbard1994The mayfly family Behningiidae: keys to the recent species with a catalogue of the family
M. D. Hubbard1990A catalog of the Order Zoraptera (Insecta)
M. D. Hubbard1990Mayflies of the World: a catalogue of the family and genus group taxa (Insecta: Ephemeroptera)
M. D. Hubbard1989Pseudopalingenia kevrieae, junior synonym of Pseudopalingenia feistamanteli (Insecta: Palaeodictyoptera)
M. D. Hubbard1989Matsumuracloeon, a replacement name for Pseudocloeon Matsumura, 1931 (Ephemeroptera: Baetidae)
M. D. Hubbard1985The nomenclature of Murphyella and Dictyosiphlon (Ephemeroptera: Siphlonuridae: Coloburiscinae)
M. D. Hubbard1984A revision of the genus Povilla (Ephemeroptera: Polymitarcyidae)
M. D. Hubbard1982Catalog of the Ephemeroptera: family-group taxa
M. D. Hubbard1981Type-species designation for the Jurassic mayfly genus Mesephemera (Ephemeroptera: Mesephemeridae)
M. D. Hubbard1979Genera and subgenera of Recent Ephemeroptera
M. D. Hubbard1979The type species of the genus Leptophlebia Westwood (Ephemeroptera: Leptophlebiidae)
M. D. Hubbard1979On the origin of flightlessness in Ephemeroptera.
M. D. Hubbard1979Designation of type species for 2 genera of Siphlonuridae (Ephemeroptera: Siphlonuridae)
M. D. Hubbard1977The validity of the generic name Parameletus Bengtsson (Ephemeroptera: Siphlonuridae)
M. D. Hubbard1975The genus Asthenopodes Ulmer and its type species (Ephemeroptera: Polymitarcyidae)
M. D. Hubbard, Campbell I. C.1996Catalogue of the Australian mayflies, Recent and fossil (Insecta: Ephemeroptera)
M. D. Hubbard, Domínguez E.1988Synonymy of the Neotropical mayflies Asthenopus and Asthenopodes (Ephemeroptera: Polymitarcidae: Asthenopodinae)
M. D. Hubbard, Peters W. L.1976The number of genera and species of mayflies (Ephemeroptera)
M. D. Hubbard, Riek E. F.0New name for a Triassic mayfly from South Africa
M. D. Hubbard, Savage H. M.1981The fossil Leptophlebiidae (Ephemeroptera): a systematic and phylogenetic review
Hubbard, M. D.1979A nomenclatural problem in Ephemeroptera: Prosopistoma or Binoculus
M. L. Pescador, Richard, B. A., Hubbard, M. D., Staniczek, A. H.2009Evolution of Baetiscidae (Ephemeroptera): current state of knowledge of the family
J. G. Peters, Hubbard M. D.1977Authorship of the families Siphlonuridae, Palingeniidae and Potamanthidae
W. L. Peters, Hubbard M. D.1989Names and authorships of two family-groups in the Ephemeroptera
M. Sartori, Peters, J. G., Hubbard, M. D.2008A revision of Oriental Teloganodidae (Insecta, Ephemeroptera, Ephemerelloidea)
K. G. Sivaramakrishnan, Hubbard M. D.1984A new species of Petersula from Southern India (Leptophlebiidae)
Hubbard, M. D.1987Ephemeroptera
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