Allocapnia rickeri Frison

Nations, Tina M., Stark, Bill P. & Hicks, Matthew B., 2007, The Winter Stoneflies (Plecoptera: Capniidae) Of Mississippi, Illiesia 3 (9), pp. 70-94: 82-83

publication ID

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4759885

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4759790

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/038D879B-FF85-684D-FEBD-8623FAF8FA26

treatment provided by

Felipe

scientific name

Allocapnia rickeri Frison
status

 

Allocapnia rickeri Frison  

Allocapnia rickeri Frison,1942   . Holotype male, Big Grand Pierre River, Golconda , Pope County, Illinois.

Distribution. AL, AR, DC, DE, GA, IA, IN, KS, KY, MD, MN, MO, MS, NC, NJ, OH, OK, ON, PA, TN, VA, WI, WV ( Stark & Baumann 2006). Mississippi populations have been reported only in Tishomingo County ( Stark 1979).

Mississippi collection data. ( Fig. 31 View Fig ). Tishomingo

Co., Clear Creek, Hwy 72, 4 miles East of Iuka, 34 ° 46’ 40.4” N, 88 ° 08’ 46.6” W, 10 February 1979, B. Stark, P. Hartfield and C. Cooper, 2 ♀; Same location, 8 January 2007, B. Stark, 43 ♂, 6 ♀; Tributary of Bear Creek   GoogleMaps , Tishomingo State Park   GoogleMaps , 10 February 1979, B. Stark, P. Lago, P. Hartfield and C. Cooper, 8 ♂, 5 ♀; Tishomingo State Park   GoogleMaps , 5 February 1992, M. Caterino, 1 ♂ (University of Mississippi); Same location, 16 January 1981, J. Goddard, 1 ♀ ( University of Mississippi)   ; Samelocation, 8 February 1986, S. Testa, 1 ♀ ( University of Mississippi)   .

Allocapnia rickeri  

Male epiproct. Epiproctupper limb long, somewhat spear‐ shaped in dorsal aspect, with no basal angulation ( Fig. 32 View Figs ), and the tip bears a small, swollen sectioncovered with shortridges and ashort mesal groove( Figs. 33‐34 View Figs ). Posteriorto groovedapical section, a long, low, median ridgeextends formost of upper limb length ( Fig. 32 View Figs ), and a broad, shallow, median trough extends forward from base. In lateral aspect, short apical section reflexed slightly downward ( Fig. 33 View Figs ) and some ridges have obscure undulations similar to those of A. aurora   ( Fig. 35 View Figs ).

Maletergal process. The tergal processrises from the 8 th abdominal segment as two knobs covered with scale‐ like tubercles; knobs widely separatedbynotch which extends completelyto base of process ( Fig.36 View Figs ). In lateral aspect, anterior margin of process projects somewhat higher than posterior margin.

Female subgenital plate. Abdominal sterna 7 and 8 joined bybridge scleritebut bridgenarrowlynotched on midlateral margins by membrane ( Figs. 37 View Figs , 63 View Figs ). Apex of subgenital plate truncate and scarcely projecting beyond lateral margins of sternum 8.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Plecoptera

Family

Capniidae

Genus

Allocapnia

Loc

Allocapnia rickeri Frison

Nations, Tina M., Stark, Bill P. & Hicks, Matthew B. 2007
2007
Loc

Allocapnia rickeri

Allocapnia rickeri Frison,1942