Taenionema jeanae Baumann & Nelson

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

publication ID

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

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4766147

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http://treatment.plazi.org/id/AA15BF28-FFDF-CE4D-FEA9-282C4419F901

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Felipe

scientific name

Taenionema jeanae Baumann & Nelson
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Taenionema jeanae Baumann & Nelson  

( Figs. 1 View Fig A-D, 2-7, 49, 91, 104)

Distribution. California.

Material examined. California: Orange Co. Silverado Creek in Silverado Canyon , at gravel low water crossing, 100 m above USFS gate, N 33° 45’ W 117° 35’ (paratype locality; GoogleMaps   Baumann & Nelson 2007), 6-IV- 2004, K.W. Stewart & E.F. Drake, 2 larvae; 9-II-2005, 1♂, 1♀, GoogleMaps   E.F. Drake; 10-III-2005 and 25-III-2005, 66♂ 22♀, 32 larvae, E.F. Drake; 4-IV-2005, 27♂, 28♀, 1♂ and 1♀ reared   , K.W. Stewart & E.F. Drake (field correlated with no congeners and reared).  

Characters. Color, pigmentation ( Fig. 1A View Fig ), maxillae ( Figs. 2-7 View Figs ), body, leg ( Figs. 1B View Fig , 49 View Figs ) and cercal setation, and sexual dimorphism generally typical of genus. Body length 9-11mm. Antennal segments ♂ 62-66, ♀ 56-60. Cercal segments ♂ 36, ♀ 38. Male 9 th sternum ( Figs. 1C View Fig , 91 View Figs ) ovate, with broadly rounded apex. Female 9 th sternum ( Fig. 104 View Figs ) broadly triangulate and narrower than male behind greatest width, with narrowly rounded apex, and anterior portion broadly triangulate with straight sides.