New Records, Distribution And Taxonomic Status Of Some Northern Arizona Caddisflies (Trichoptera)

@article{Moulton1994NewRD,
  title={New Records, Distribution And Taxonomic Status Of Some Northern Arizona Caddisflies (Trichoptera)},
  author={Stephen R. Moulton and Kenneth W. Stewart and Kelly Young},
  journal={Entomological News},
  year={1994},
  volume={105},
  pages={164-174}
}
Forty-nine caddisfly species were collected in northern Arizona during April and June, 1993. These included Protoptila balmorhea, previously known from its type locality in west Texas, the presumed rare Ochrotrichia (Metrichia) volada, that we determined to be a synonym of the widely distributed O. (M.) nigritta and an undescribed species and new Nearctic record of the xiphocentronid genus Cnodocentron. New distributional records and taxonomic notes are provided for regional species. A regional… 
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