Discovery of Mesyatsia karakorum (Šámal, 1935) (Plecoptera: Taeniopterygidae) in Yunnan Province of China

@article{Chen2021DiscoveryOM,
  title={Discovery of Mesyatsia karakorum ({\vS}{\'a}mal, 1935) (Plecoptera: Taeniopterygidae) in Yunnan Province of China},
  author={Zhi-Teng Chen},
  journal={Aquatic Insects},
  year={2021}
}
Mesyatsia karakorum (Samal, 1935) is recorded from Yunnan Province of southwestern China for the first time. Supplementary re-descriptions and photos of the species are presented based on males, fe... 
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