Andiperla willinki, , Aubert, 1956

Pessacq, Pablo & Rivera-Pomar, Rolando, 2019, A new Andiperla Aubert (Plecoptera, Gripopterygidae) species from the Perito Moreno Glacier, Argentina, Zootaxa 4664 (2), pp. 251-260: 257

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4664.2.7

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:C6086494-AB44-4516-B688-27B65CD5932F

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03F387C3-B709-B11C-FF4B-FDF0FC2EFAFA

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Plazi

scientific name

Andiperla willinki
status

 

Andiperla willinki 

( Figs. 5View FIGURE 5, 6View FIGURE 6)

Andiperla willinki Aubert, 1956  — Aubert, 1956: 229, figs. 1–5 (male, female and larval description; larval habitus, male terminalia lateral, female terminalia ventral; larva terminalia ventral). Illies 1963:241, figs. 50a, 51 (generic key, distribution, maxilla figure). Illies 1964: 38, 46, figs. 1a, 5a (Andiperlinae family, female habitus, male terminalia lateral). Illies 1966:40 (catalogue). Lanfranco 1982:208, fig. 1 (distribution). Vera, Zuñiga-Reinoso & Muñoz-Escobar 2012: 87–93, figs. 1–3 (distribution, female habitus, map).

Material. 2 male adults (one well preserved and one fragmented) ARGENTINA, Santa Cruz Province, National Park “Los Glaciares”, 20.ii.2018, D. Bea, R. P. Kühnlein, R. Nelson, P. Pessacq, and R. Rivera Pomar leg  . 4 male adults (3 well preserved and fragments of 1), same as previous except 8–10.ii.2018, D. Bea, R. P. Kühnlein, P. Pessacq, R. Tintorelli, and R. Rivera Pomar leg  .

The morphology of the examined specimen ( Fig. 5View FIGURE 5) agrees with the description of Aubert (1956)  . Except for abdominal segment X, remaining characters are also identical to A. morenensis  . Segment X posterior margin possesses an acute lobe, similar to that of A. morenensis  , but directed ventrally  . Epiproct not developed.

Additional material: Andiperla morenensis  : fragments of 2 male adults same as holotype. Fragments of 1 male same as holotype, except 20–21.ii.2018, D. Bea, R. P. Kühnlein, R. Nelson, P. Pessacq, and R. Rivera Pomar leg  . Fragments of 1 male adult, same as previous except 8–10.ii.2017, D. Bea, R. P. Kühnlein, P. Pessacq, R. Tintorelli, and R. Rivera Pomar leg  . Andiperla  sp.: 3 female adults, 12 early instar larvae (5 well preserved and fragments of 7), 8 larval exuviae same as holotype except 20–21.ii.2018 D. Bea, R. P. Kühnlein, R. Nelson, P. Pessacq, and R. Rivera Pomar leg  . 5 female adults (2 well preserved and fragments of 5), 2 larvae, same as previous except 8–10.ii.2019, D. Bea, R. P. Kühnlein, P. Pessacq, R. Tintorelli, and R. Rivera Pomar leg. 

 

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Plecoptera

Family

Gripopterygidae

Genus

Andiperla

Loc

Andiperla willinki

Pessacq, Pablo & Rivera-Pomar, Rolando 2019
2019
Loc

Andiperla willinki Aubert, 1956

, Aubert 1956
1956