Checklist dos Trichoptera (Insecta) do Estado de São Paulo, Brasil

  title={Checklist dos Trichoptera (Insecta) do Estado de S{\~a}o Paulo, Brasil},
  author={Adolfo R. Calor},
  journal={Biota Neotropica},
In 1999 the number of species of stoneflies known from the State of Sao Paulo was 40. In 2009, during the first ten years of the BIOTA/FAPESP program 16 new species were added, bringing the total to 56 species. 

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