Stratiodrilus circensis Steiner & Amaral, 1999,

Rosa, Jheimison Junior Da Silva, Marçal, Ingrid Costa, Teixeira, Gustavo Monteiro & Aguiar, Aline, 2018, Checklist of species of Stratiodrilus Haswell, 1900 (Annelida: Histriobdellidae), and new host records from Southern Brazil, Zootaxa 4399 (3), pp. 412-422: 417

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4399.3.10

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:7B5854DF-06DF-4D2B-AB0B-ECA0B565A903

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/0A2487E5-1829-FFB6-FF09-5D5330ECF854

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scientific name

Stratiodrilus circensis Steiner & Amaral, 1999
status

 

Stratiodrilus circensis Steiner & Amaral, 1999 

Type-locality: Piraquara River , Municipality of Piraquara, State of Paraná, Brazil. 

Host and locality records: Aegla abtao Schmitt—Toltén River  ( CHI) (Steiner & Amaral 1999). Aegla bahamondei Jara—Toltén River  ( CHI) (Steiner & Amaral 1999). Aegla castro Schmitt—Couro  stream, Tibagi River Basin (PR) (Present study). Aegla laevis (Latreille)  —Riñihue Lake ( CHI) (Steiner & Amaral 1999); Negro River and lakes in Parque Nacional Nahuel Huapí ( ARG) (Steiner & Amaral 1999). Aegla lata Bond-Buckup & Buckup—Bule  stream, a tributary of the Apertados River, Tibagi River Basin (PR) (Present study). Aegla leptodactyla Buckup & Rossi—Divisa River  , a tributary of the Pelotas River, municipality of São José dos Ausentes (RS) ( Daudt & Amato 2007). Aegla neuquensis neuquensis (Schmitt)  — Chico River ( TUC) (Steiner & Amaral 1999). Aegla parana Schmitt—Pinhão River, Iguaçu River Basin  (PR) (Present study). Aegla schmitti Hobbs  III—Carvalho River, a tributary of Piraquara River, Parque Nacional Guaricana (PR) ( Daudt & Amato 2007). Aegla  sp.—Riñihue Lake ( CHI) (Steiner & Amaral 1999). Aegla  sp.— Piraquara River (PR) (Steiner & Amaral 1999). Aegla  sp.—Lageadão river, Ivaí river Basin (PR) (Present study). Unspecified species of Aeglidae  and Parastacidae—from Petorca to Chiloé ( CHI) (Steiner & Amaral 1999).

Distribution: Argentina, Brazil, and Chile.

CHI

University of Illinois

ARG

Argotti Botanic Garden

TUC

University of Arizona