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The genus stenoperla in australia insecta plecoptera eustheniidae

, : The genus stenoperla in australia insecta plecoptera eustheniidae. Australian Journal of Zoology 31(4): 541-556

Because two strikingly different kinds of Stenoperla larvae are recorded from Australia, a subdivision of Australian Stenoperla into 2 species-groups (S. australis group, S. kuna sp. nov. group) is proposed. The following taxa are recognized within Australian Stenoperla: S. australis Tillyard, now known from southeastern Queensland and northeastern New South Wales; S. denise sp. nov., from southeastern Queensland and eastern New South Wales; S. kuna sp. nov., from southeastern New South Wales and Victoria; S. macrops sp. nov., from the peaks of Mt Bartle Frere and the Bellenden Ker Range in northeastern Queensland; S. wongoonoo sp. nov., with the typical subspecies in southeastern Queensland and northeastern New South Wales; and S. wongoonoo tropica ssp. nov. in northeastern Queensland. S. australis is redescribed from frsh material, the new taxa are described and all forms are figured. A key is presented for the identification of all Stenoperla in Australia (adults and larvae).


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