Hatches Made Easy:
James-
In my opinion, you have done an absolutely incredible job of documenting the
Great Smoky Mountain N.P. hatches in the collection of articles titled Hatches
Made Easy, so please view my observations in that light.
I suppose many would view this as anal-retentive behavior on my part, but in
my view, if one uses scientific names, they are obligated to do so in proper
form.  Proper form requires capitalizing the genus, not capitalizing the species,
and italicizing
both.  You might want to scrutinize each page where you use
scientific names, as more often than not, either the genus is not italicized, or
both the genus and species are not italicized.
With regard to taxonomy, I was able to identify the following exceptions:

01/15/08 "Little" Blue-winged Olives
Acentrella carolina has been reclassified as Acentrella turbida.
Acentrella ampla
has been reclassified as Heterocloeon amplum.
Timpanaga is spelled Timpanoga.
Timpanoga
is not a genus of family Baetidae, but rather of family
Ephemerellidae.
Timpanoga lita has been reclassified as Dannella lita.
Timpanoga simplex has been reclassified as Dannella simplex.
01/16/08 "Little" Blue-winged Olive Fly Pattern Colors
Timpanoga lita has been reclassified as Dannella lita.
Timpanoga
simplex has been reclassified as Dannella simplex.
Acentrella carolina
has been reclassified as Acentrella turbida.
Diphetor divinctus
has been reclassified as Diphetor hageni.
01/17/08 "Winter Stoneflies"
The Winter Stoneflies are in the Capriidae family.  (should be Capniidae)

02/07/08 Bugs 101
An aquatic insect is one that is born and lives most of its life in the water. A
terrestrial insect is one that is born on land and spends most of its life on land
but occasionally gets in the water.
(I believe your definition of terrestrial insect actually describes a semi-aquatic
insect, and that a terrestrial insect is one that is born on land and spends all of
its life on land, unless it accidentally falls or is blown into the water.)

02/08/08 Little Brown Stoneflies
Boltoperla rossi is spelled Bolotoperla rossi.
Taeniopteryx maura has been reclassified as Taeniopteryx burksi.

02.27/08 Green Sedge Larvae (Rock Worms)
Rhyacophila minor is spelled Rhyacophila minora.

03/22/08 Cream Cahills - Nymphs and Emergers
Stenonema integrum has been reclassified as Maccaffertium mexicanum
integrum
Stenonema mediopunctatum
has been reclassified as Maccaffertium
mediopunctatum mediopunctatum.
Stenonema meririvulanum
has been reclassified as Maccaffertium
meririvulanum.
Stenonema pudicum
has been reclassified as Maccaffertium pudicum
Stenonema sinclari
is spelled Stenonema sinclairi and has been reclassified as
Maccaffertium sinclairi
Stenonema terminatum
has been reclassified as Maccaffertium terminatum
terminatum

"As expected, I discovered that most of these have been moved to the
Mccaffertium genus." (spelling is Maccaffertium)

Hope my observations are of use to you, and of course, I would be most
pleased to review your Mayfly program, if you would like to send it to me.

Respectfully yours,

Roger Rohrbeck
Mercer Island, WA  
The following email is from Roger Rohrbeck. Roger is a flyfishing, tying, and
entomology enthusiast from the state of Washington.  Following retirement
from a 35-year career in information technology, Roger re-channeled his
creative energy by developing FlyfishingEntomology.com. It is an excellent site
for identifying aquatic insects as well as general information that I can highly
recommend.

I ask Roger to review my "Hatches Made Easy" articles and this is his entire
response. I am very appreciative for his assistance.
www.FlyfishingEntomology.com
Fly Fishing Entomology: Recommended Additional Information
03/24/08