A new species of Tupiperla Froehlich, 1969 (Plecoptera: Gripopterygidae) from Serra da Jibóia, Bahia, Brazil.

  title={A new species of Tupiperla Froehlich, 1969 (Plecoptera: Gripopterygidae) from Serra da Jib{\'o}ia, Bahia, Brazil.},
  author={T{\'a}cio Duarte and Pit{\'a}goras Da Conceiç{\~a}o Bispo and Adolfo Ricardo Calor},
  volume={3835 1},
The gripopterygid genus Tupiperla comprises 18 species, 16 have been recorded from Brazil, including T. guariru n. sp., described here. The new species was collected from streams in the Serra da Jibóia region, Bahia State, Brazil using light traps. Additional material from Amargosa, Bahia State, Brazil was also studied. 
2 Citations

Tupiperla (Plecoptera: Gripopterygidae) from southwestern Minas Gerais State, Brazil, with the description of Tupiperla amorimi n.sp.

The genus Tupiperla Froehlich 1969 occurs in Brazil from Bahia and Goiás states south to Santa Catarina State and also in nearby areas of Misiones Province, Argentina and southern Paraguay. Recently,

Aquatic Insects from the Caatinga: checklists and diversity assessments of Ubajara (Ceará State) and Sete Cidades (Piauí State) National Parks, Northeastern Brazil

Rarefaction curves based on quantitative light trap samples suggest a much higher expected species richness of aquatic insects at Sete Cidades than at Ubajara National Park, possibly due to structural differences of water bodies sampled in each park.



A new species and new records of gripopterygidae (plecoptera) from the Serra dos Orgãos, Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil.

A new species of the stonefly family Gripopterygidae, Tupiperla barbosai sp. nov. is described from the Serra dos Orgãos, Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil. Additionally, two new species records are

Stoneflies (Plecoptera) from northern Goiás State, central Brazil: new record of Kempnyia oliveirai (Perlidae) and a new species of Tupiperla (Gripopterygidae)

Abstract A new species of Tupiperla, T. jumirim, is described from Chapada dos Veadeiros, northern Goiás State, Brazil. Kempnyia oliveirai is recorded from the same locality.

Guaranyperla, A New Genus in the Gripopterygidae (Plecoptera)

The genus Guaranyperla is defined by some autapomorphies, especially of the nymphs, viz., the expanded paranota and a body covering of vesicular hairs, both unique in the family.

Two New Species of Tupiperla (Plecoptera: Gripopterygidae) from the Missions Area of Argentina and Paraguay

Tupiperla flinti sp. n. from Misiones in Argentina and from southern Paraguay, and T. misionera sp. n. from Misiones are described.

Stoneflies (Insecta: Plecoptera) from Serra Bonita, Bahia, Brazil: new species and updated records.

The number of known species of stoneflies recorded from Bahia State is 17, ten of these recorded from the Serra Bonita region, with one new gripopterygid species, Tupiperla bispoi n.

Brazilian Plecoptera 8. On Paragripopteryx (Gripopterygidae)

New data on Paragripopteryx klapaleki, P. anga and P. blanda are presented and three new egena are described.


The Catalogue of Neotropical Plecoptera lists 508 valid names, of which 32 are dubious. The history of each name is given. The Neotropical Region comprises six families, of which two are endemic to

Gripopterygidae (Plecoptera) from Paranapiacaba mountains, southeastern Brazil

In the present paper, adults of the family Gripopterygidae collected in Paranapiacaba mountains are analyzed, the new species are described and a key to species of this family from this area is

Studies on Brazilian Plecoptera 1. Some Gripopterygidae from the biological station at Paranapiacaba, state of Sao Paulo

Zusammenfassung Auf Seite(n) 18–19 befindet sich eine Liste der vom Verfasser als gultig angesehenen, von Brasilien bekannten Gripopterygiden. Die wichtigsten Anderungen gegenuber Illies’ Revision

Levantamento da avifauna da Fazenda Jequitibá (Serra da Jibóia), município de Elísio Medrado/Bahia

Introdução: A Serra da Jibóia é um maciço serrano situado na porção sul do Recôncavo Baiano do Estado da Bahia entre os municípios de Castro Alves, São Miguel das Matas, Varzedo, Elíseo Medrado e