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TAXONOMIC AND DISTRIBUTIONAL NOTES ON PERLESTA TEAYSIA, P. GOLCONDA, AND P. SHAWNEE (PLECOPTERA: PERLIDAE)

@inproceedings{Grubbs2008TAXONOMICAD,
  title={TAXONOMIC AND DISTRIBUTIONAL NOTES ON PERLESTA TEAYSIA, P. GOLCONDA, AND P. SHAWNEE (PLECOPTERA: PERLIDAE)},
  author={Scott A. Grubbs and R. Edward DeWalt},
  year={2008}
}
Perlesta napacola DeWalt is shown to be a junior synonym of P. teaysia Kirchner & Kondratieff. The egg of P. golconda DeWalt & Stark is illustrated with scanning electron microscopy for the first time, and a significant range extension is presented and discussed for P. shawnee Grubbs. 

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