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MICHIGAN PLECOPTERA (STONEFLIES): DISTRIBUTION PATTERNS AND AN UPDATED SPECIES LIST

@inproceedings{Grubbs2012MICHIGANP,
  title={MICHIGAN PLECOPTERA (STONEFLIES): DISTRIBUTION PATTERNS AND AN UPDATED SPECIES LIST},
  author={S. Grubbs and M. Pessino and R. E. Dewalt},
  year={2012}
}
The stonefly fauna of Michigan is updated, increasing the number of species verified from the state to 68. Twelve species are reported for the first time while two species of Isogenoides and Taeniopteryx maura (Pictet) are removed. Eight of the nine Nearctic families are represented. Peltoperlidae is the sole family not present in Michigan. Perlodidae (18 species) and Perlidae (17 species) were the most speciose families in the state, and Isoperla (Perlodidae) was easily the most species-rich… Expand

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