Stenocora Kennedy, 1940,

Mauffray, William F. & Tennessen, Kenneth J., 2019, A Catalogue and Historical Study of the Odonata of Ecuador, Zootaxa 4628 (1), pp. 1-265: 112

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Stenocora Kennedy, 1940
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Stenocora Kennedy, 1940 

A monotypic genus, medium-sized with clear wings; males are unusual in possessing a prominent, vertical projection on abdominal segment 10 ( Fig. 59View FIGURE 59; also, see Garrison et al. 2010). Habitat is small rivers at medium elevations (approximately 1000 m).

Stenocora percornuta Kennedy, 1940  . Publ. Recs. ECU: Davies & Tobin (1984), Tsuda (1986, 1991), Paulson (1983 & 2004a), Steinmann (1997a), (P11), (H14); NA: Tena * Kennedy (1940 — Holotype: Río Jatun Yacu, Oriente Prov, Río Napo watershed (-1.0167, -77.8333, 700m), 12 ix 1935, leg. WCM, det. CHK, data provided by RWG [ANSP]); PA: * Kennedy (1940 — Allotype: [Santa Clara], El Partidero, Indian village on east bank of Río Anzu, jct. of trails from Mera and Puyo northward to Napo, edge of tropical jungle (-1.2833, -77.8000, 800m), 12 xi 1935, leg. WCM, det. CHK, data provided by RWG [UMMZ]), Bridges (1993), Garrison et al. (2003), Montgomery (1967), Garrison et al. (2003), Tennessen (2006). Also PER: (P11); Plus BRA: ( H08).

Addl. Data. OR, Loreto: 1 ♀, Loreto, 8.5 km E on road to Coca Road, rocky gravel stream (-0.6183, -77.2950, 400m), 20 vii 1996, leg. & det. WFM [ FSCA]; PA, Mera: 1 ♂, Río Metolo   GoogleMaps, Los Copales cabanas between Mera and Shell, W of Puyo   GoogleMaps, Hwy.   GoogleMaps 50, small streams/trails (-1.4919, -78.0725, 1070m), 19 viii 2005, leg. & det. JJD [ JJD]; 1 ♂, same data but leg. & det. KJT [ JJD]; 2 ♀♀, same data but 22 viii 2005, leg. & det. KJT [ KJT].

Note: IUCN Red List Status is NT, Near Threatened ( von Ellenrieder 2009c).

BRA

Slovak National Museum

FSCA

Florida State Collection of Arthropods, The Museum of Entomology