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Plecoptera Species File



PERLA Annual Newsletter
PERLA No. 32, 2014

International Joint Conference 2015


Proceedings of the 12th Int'l. Conf. Emph. & 16th Int'l. Sym. Plecopt. Stuttgart, 2008.
Proceedings of the 12th Int'l. Conf. Emph. & 16th Int'l. Sym. Plecopt. Stuttgart, 2008
R. Edward DeWalt, Author,
  Illinois Natural History Survey
Michael D. Maehr, Author,
  Illinois Natural History Survey
U. Neu-Becker, Author,
  Max-Planck Institute
G. Stueber, Author,
  Max-Planck Institute
David C. Eades, Principal Database Developer,
  Illinois Natural History Survey

Major Contributors:
  Joel Hallan, Texas A&M University
  Peter Zwick, Max-Planck Institute
Lloyd Dosdall
Loss of a cherished friend and colleague, Dr. Lloyd Dosdall
Tribute
With the cooperation of
      The Orthopterists' Society  
OrthSocLogo            INHS 150th

Announcements:

  • As of 8/8/2013 Mike Maehr has been added as a coauthor of Plecoptera Species File. Mike has been responsible for adding new taxa, references, and distribution information over the past three years. It is time to recognize his commitment. Please note that this changes how PSF should be cited.

    Life Science Identifiers (LSIDs) are now available for stonefly taxa. A faunal search is available using TDWG hierarchies 1-3.

    Some data presented herein are based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant DEB 09–18805 ARRA.

    Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

The Plecoptera Species File website includes valid names, their synonyms, bibliographic data, specimen data, images, sounds, and distributions for stoneflies of the world.

A key to all 16 families is provided, but currently is not illustrated. Experts are encouraged to assume an active role in the maintenance of this resource: alert us to errors or inconsistencies in the database, adopt the management of groups you are revising or have revised, provide pdfs of recently published works, and send attributed images for posting on the website.

To see information contained in the database, use the links across the top of the page.  Click on Search to find a specific taxon or other kinds of information.  Clicking on Taxa will make the order Plecoptera your current taxon unless you have previously moved to a different taxon in this session.

This website and database use Species File Software.  Information about the design and use of SFS may be found on a separate website.

Other places to start

Please send comments and questions about the database and its development to Ed DeWalt (send mail).  When referencing this website, please use the following format:  DeWalt, R. E., M. D. Maehr, U. Neu-Becker and G. Stueber. 2013. Plecoptera Species File Online. Version 5.0/5.0. [retrieval date]. <http://Plecoptera.SpeciesFile.org>.  Use http://Plecoptera.SpeciesFile.org to bookmark this website.

Taeniopteryx burksi
Taeniopteryx burksi
Anacroneuria perplexa
Acroneuria perplexa
Acroneuria abnormis
Acroneuria abnormis
Pteronarcys pictetii
Pteronarcys pictetii

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