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Amphinemura borealis new record a new plecopteran for east germany

, : Amphinemura borealis new record a new plecopteran for east germany. Entomologische Nachrichten 19(5): 68-70

The 1st discovery of A. borealis reported for East Germany was made on the right tributary of the Bobritsch river known as the Frieberger Mulder (in the ore mountains in the Dresden district). Although it is the dominant species along its branch, it was not found along the left tributary. Nemoura cinerea and N. flexuosa were found on both streams, but other species of associated Plecoptera tended to frequent one side or the other.


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