Two Species of Chloroperlidae(Insecta: Plecoptera) New to Korea, with Adult Keys to Species of the Family in Korea

@article{Ham2008TwoSO,
  title={Two Species of Chloroperlidae(Insecta: Plecoptera) New to Korea, with Adult Keys to Species of the Family in Korea},
  author={S. Ham},
  journal={Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity},
  year={2008},
  volume={24},
  pages={185-189}
}
  • S. Ham
  • Published 31 July 2008
  • Biology
  • Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity
Two species of the chloroperlid stonefly, Alloperla mediata and Sweltsa illiesi, are reported for the first time in Korea. Alloperla mediata can be distinguished by the smaller epiproct and the presence of a median sclerite under epiproct in male, and by the modified subgenital plate in female. Sweltsa illiesi can be distinguished by the presence of a pair of ridges on tergum 9 in male and upward V-shaped pattern on the center of head in adults. The line drawings of diagnostic characters and… Expand
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