Taenionema jacobii Stanger & Baumann, 1993

Stewart, Kenneth W., 2009, New Descriptions Of North American Taenionema Larvae (Plecoptera: Taeniopterygidae), Illiesia 5 (12), pp. 128-145: 132-133

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http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4759332

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4766189

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scientific name

Taenionema jacobii Stanger & Baumann
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Taenionema jacobii Stanger & Baumann  

( Figs. 48 View Figs , 90 View Figs , 103 View Figs )

Distribution. Southwest; Arizona and New Mexico.

Material examined. New Mexico: Grant Co., Cherry Creek at Hwy. 255 bridge, 14-III-1984, G.Z. Jacobi & D.U. Potter, 4♂ larvae and 5♀ larvae; same data, separate vial, 3♂ larvae and 1♀ larva labeled “ holotype 4 N”   .

Characters. Color, pigmentation, maxillae, body, leg ( Fig. 48 View Figs ) and cercal setation, and sexual dimorphism generally typical of genus. Body small, ♂ and ♀ 6-7 mm. Antennal segments ♂ 56-60, ♀ 60-64. Cercal segments ♂ and ♀ 42-44. Male 9 th sternum ( Fig. 90 View Figs ) broadly triangulate behind greatest width, with broadly rounded apex; anterior portion broadly triangulate with straight sides. Female 9 th sternum ( Fig. 103 View Figs ) narrowly triangulate behind greatest width, with nearly straight posterolateral sides and anterior portion with slightly convex sides.