Perlomyia secunda ( Zapekina-Dulkeit, 1955 ), Zapekina-Dulkeit, 1955

Murányi, Dávid, Jeon, Mi Jeong, Hwang, Jeong Mi & Seo, Hong Yul, 2014, Korean species of the genus Perlomyia Banks, 1906 (Plecoptera: Leuctridae), Zootaxa 3881 (2), pp. 145-154: 149-150

publication ID

http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.3881.2.3

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:51211576-5875-45F2-BBFD-164932141410

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03D0E962-FFBE-FFB9-FF4B-F9CD00D1E59B

treatment provided by

Plazi

scientific name

Perlomyia secunda ( Zapekina-Dulkeit, 1955 )
status

 

Perlomyia secunda ( Zapekina-Dulkeit, 1955)  

( Figs. 7 –9 View FIGURES 1 – 12 , 32 View FIGURES 31 – 33 )

Strobliella secunda Zapekina-Dulkeit, 1955   — Zapekina-Dulkeit 1955: 32. (original description of the male). Tyrrhenoleuctra secunda ( Zapekina-Dulkeit, 1955)   — Illies 1966: 119. (comb. n. without designation). Perlomyia secunda ( Zapekina-Dulkeit, 1955)   — Zhiltzova 1976: 56. (comb. n., description of the female); Zhiltzova 2003: 498.

(monography); Teslenko & Zhiltzova 2009: 237 (key).

Type locality. Russia, Altai krai, Northeastern Altai, Tschultschi River.

New material. North Korea, North Pyongan Province, Hyangsan-gun, Myohyang Mts., swept at Hyangsan Stream, 500 m, N 40 °00’ E 126 ° 15 ’, 21.05. 1985 (loc. Korea. 930), leg. András Vojnits, Lajos Zombori: 1 ♀. Diagnosis. Male: Tergum IX deeply excavated posterio-medially, tergum X without knobs or spines; apex of sternum IX long. Epiproct sinuous, hook-shaped; cercus long, with a large basodorsal tooth, apex weakly pointed. Female: Sternum VII apically enlarged, with a wide, hemispherical membranous area posteriomedially; fused to medial sclerites of sternum VIII. Median sclerites on sternum VIII are small, partly hidden beneath the enlarged posterior part of sternum VII; their lateral half dark brown and pointed, medial half membranous. No additional sclerites on sternum VIII.

Distribution and ecology. This spring species has a wide range in temperate Asia from the Altai in the West, to the Kuril Isles in the East, and the Magadan areas in the North. The present data is its southernmost locality ( Fig. 32 View FIGURES 31 – 33 ), and the first record outside Russia. New for the Korean Peninsula.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Plecoptera

Family

Leuctridae

Genus

Perlomyia

Loc

Perlomyia secunda ( Zapekina-Dulkeit, 1955 )

Murányi, Dávid, Jeon, Mi Jeong, Hwang, Jeong Mi & Seo, Hong Yul 2014
2014
Loc

Strobliella secunda

Zhiltzova 2003: 498
Zhiltzova 1976: 56
Illies 1966: 119
Zapekina-Dulkeit 1955: 32
1955