Miocora Calvert, 1917,

Mauffray, William F. & Tennessen, Kenneth J., 2019, A Catalogue and Historical Study of the Odonata of Ecuador, Zootaxa 4628 (1), pp. 1-265: 107

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Miocora Calvert, 1917
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Miocora Calvert, 1917 

Medium-sized damselflies with clear wings, sometimes with an apical brown spot on the hindwing ( Fig. 57View FIGURE 57). One of the two known species occurs in Ecuador. Habitat is sluggish small streams, oviposition taking place in damp logs. See Kennedy (1940) for identification.

Miocora peraltica Calvert, 1917  . Publ. Recs. ECU: (H14), (P16); * ES: Daigle et al. (1997). Also CEN, COL: (H08), (P11).

Addl. Data. ES, San Lorenzo: 2 ♂♂, stream 5 km NW of Lita along RR tracks (0.8847, -78.4667, 500m), 5 ii 1997, leg. & det. JJD [JJD, KJT]; 1 ♂, Lita along RR track 1–5 km W adjacent to Río Baboso seeps, pools & streams (0.8792, -78.4589, 535m), 5 ii 1997, leg. & det. WFM [FSCA]; 1 ♂, Río Canande Reserve, 35 km NE of Quininde, tributary of Río Hoja Blanca, swampy trickle in forest (0.5264, -79.2122, 345m), 20 x 2012, leg. Fred Morrison & WAH, det. WAH [WAH].

Note: Questions remain concerning the synonymy of M. subapicalis  with M. peraltica  (Bota-Sierra, pers. comm.).