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RECORDS OF MESOAMERICAN ANACRONEURIA (PLECOPTERA: PERLIDAE), WITH DESCRIPTIONS OF FOUR NEW SPECIES

@inproceedings{Stark2014RECORDSOM,
  title={RECORDS OF MESOAMERICAN ANACRONEURIA (PLECOPTERA: PERLIDAE), WITH DESCRIPTIONS OF FOUR NEW SPECIES},
  author={Bill P. Stark},
  year={2014}
}
Three new species, Anacroneuria guanacaste, A. morsei and A. tempisquito are described based on Costa Rican specimens and an additional new species, A. totumas is described from Panamanian specimens. Anacroneuria azul Rojas & Baena and A. marca Stark are reported from Panama for the first time, and the presence of A. lineata (Navas) in Panama, is confirmed. Six additional new provincial records are presented for Costa Rica and one each for Guatemala and Panama. 

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