Bromeliagrion De Marmels in De Marmels & Garrison, 2005

Mauffray, William F. & Tennessen, Kenneth J., 2019, A Catalogue and Historical Study of the Odonata of Ecuador, Zootaxa 4628 (1), pp. 1-265: 45-46

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Bromeliagrion De Marmels in De Marmels & Garrison, 2005
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Bromeliagrion De Marmels in De Marmels & Garrison, 2005 

Relatively large coenagrionids with a long abdomen, mostly black with slight metallic sheen and pale blue or yellow markings ( Fig. 17View FIGURE 17). Two species of this genus occur in Ecuador; see De Marmels & Garrison (2005) for species identification. Females lay eggs in tank bromeliads in forest. Nymphs have been discovered recently, with descriptions by De Marmels in Garrison (2005) and Torreias et al. (2008).

Bromeliagrion fernandezianum (Racenis, 1958)  . Publ. Recs. PA: * Tennessen (2006). Also VEN: De Marmels & Garrison (2005), (H08), (P11).

Addl. Data. OR, Francisco de Orellana: 1 ♂, Reserva Etnica Waorani, 1 km S Okone Gare Camp, canopy fogging project, Lot #971,TR1 #2, terra firme forest (-0.6569, -76.4528, 216m), 9 ii 1995, leg. T. L. Erwin, det. RWG [USNM]; 1 ♂, T. B.S. (-0.6514, -76.1466, 236m), 6 xii 2012, leg. & det. ACRP [ ACRP]; 1 ♂, same data but, camiño Harpía   GoogleMaps (-0.6258, -76.1463, 257m), 12 vi 2013; PA, Mera; 2 ♀♀, trails and forest, Los Copales   GoogleMaps, between Mera and Shell (-1.4919, -78.0725, 1070m), 20 ix 2005, leg. & det. KJT [ KJT]; 2 ♂♂, same data but 19 ix 2005, leg. & det. JJD ( JJD).

Bromeliagrion rehni Garrison in De Marmels & Garrison, 2005  . Publ. Recs. ECU: (L06), Torreias et al. (2008), (P11), (H14); OR: De Marmels & Garrison (2005 — Holotype & Allotype: Scientific Research Station, P.N.Y. (- 0.6714, -76.4006, 220m), 07–21 xi 2001, leg. A. Rehn); SU: De Marmels & Garrison (2005), von Ellenrieder & Garrison (2011). Also BRA: (H08), (P11).

Addl. Data. MS, Huamboya: 1 ♀, waterfall/seeps 80 km N of Sucua, Hwy. 45, 10 xi 1997, leg. & det. JJD [JJD]; NA, Tena: 1 ♀, J.S.B.S., near Tena, wet rocky seep (-1.0500, -77.7683, 450 m), 11 xi 1994, leg. A. Jaramillo, det. DRP [DRP]; OR, Francisco de Orellana: 2 ♂♂, Reserva Etnica Waorani, 1 km S Onkone Gare Camp (-0.6528 -76.4333, 220m), 7 x 1994, leg. T. Erwin, det.? [ USNM]; 3 ♂♂, 2 ♀♀, Scientific Research Station   GoogleMaps, P.N.Y. (-0.6714, -76.4006, 220m), 7–21 xi 2001, leg. A. Rehn, det. RWG [ ACR, UMMZ]; 1 ♀, T. B.S., TLE Plot T-4, Sta 8, Lot # 2237 fogging canopy (-0.6319, -76.1442, 220–250m), 1 x 2000, leg. T. Erwin, det. RWG [ USNM]; 1 ♂, T. B.S., at base of canopy tower at marker 2600 of Guacamayo trail (-0.6364, -76.1642, 219m), 17 i 2009, leg. & det. NVE 2009 [ RWG]; 1 ♂, T. B.S., sendero Harpía (-0.6336, -76.1471, 239m), 6 xii 2012, leg. & det. ACRP [ ACRP]; SU, Putumayo: 2 ♂♂, Río Cuyabeno   GoogleMaps, 60 km E Lago Agrío (0.0167, -76.3167), 16–26 ii 1998, leg. G. Kareofelas, det. RWG ( ACR, RWG].

USNM

Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History

UMMZ

University of Michigan, Museum of Zoology

SU

Stanford University