Zealeuctra fraxina Ricker & Ross, 1969,

Verdone, Chris J., Kondratieff, Boris C., DeWalt, R. Edward & South, Eric J., 2017, Studies On The Stoneflies Of Georgia With The Description Of A New Species Of Soyedina Ricker, New State Records And An Annotated Checklist, Illiesia 13 (3), pp. 30-49: 37

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Zealeuctra fraxina Ricker & Ross, 1969


Zealeuctra fraxina Ricker & Ross, 1969 

was described from Kentucky and is one of three Zealeuctra species  that occurs in the Appalachian Mountains and has been reported from adjacent states of Tennessee and Alabama ( Grubbs et al. 2013). This uncommon species was collected from two streams in Chattahoochee National Forest in the Ridge and Valley Physiographic Province of northwestern Georgia.

Material examined. Georgia, Floyd Co., Johns Creek, Everett Springs Rd. , N 34.56416, W 85.10104, 8 February 2017, C. Verdone, B. Kondratieff, 4♂, ♀ ( CSUC)GoogleMaps  ; Walker Co., trib. to Johns Creek, Keown Falls Trail, N 34.6138, W 85.08757, 8 February 2017, C. Verdone, B. Kondratieff, ♂ ( CSUC)GoogleMaps  .


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