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HomeBooksReview and redescription of species in the Oecetis avara group, with the description of 15 new species (Trichoptera, Leptoceridae)

Review Review and redescription of species in the Oecetis avara group, with the description of 15 new species (Trichoptera, Leptoceridae)
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Roger J. Blahnik, Ralph W. Holzenthal

Series: ZooKeys #376
Publisher:Pensoft Publishers
P-ISBN paperback:9789546427168
P-ISSN:1313-2989
Publication date: February 2014
Language: English
Pages: 83
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The O. avara group of Oecetis is formally defined to include 4 described species, O. avara (Banks), O. disjuncta (Banks), O. elata Denning & Sykora, and O. metlacenis Bueno-Soria, and 15 new species. Oecetis marquesi Bueno-Soria, previously considered a member of the O. avara group, is treated as incertae sedis to spe-cies group, but is also redescribed and treated in the current work. New species described here (with their respective distri-butions) include: O. acciptrina (Costa Rica, Panama, Ecuador), O. agosta (Mexico), O. angularis (Guatemala to Ecuador), O. apache (SW USA), O. campana (Ecuador), O. constricta (Mexico to Ecua-dor, Venezuela, and Trinidad), O. houghtoni (North America), O. maritza (Costa Rica), O. mexicana (Mexico to Ecuador), O. patula (Guatemala, Nicaragua), O. protrusa (Mexico to Ecuador), O. sordida (Mexico, USA, Canada), O. tumida (Costa Rica), O. uncata (Costa Rica), and O. verrucula (Mexico to Costa Rica). A key to the species is also provided.
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