Paraleuctra sara (Claassen, 1937)

Verdone, Chris J., Kondratieff, Boris C., DeWalt, R. Edward & South, Eric J., 2017, Studies On The Stoneflies Of Georgia With The Description Of A New Species Of Soyedina Ricker, New State Records And An Annotated Checklist, Illiesia 13 (3), pp. 30-49: 37

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Paraleuctra sara (Claassen, 1937)


Paraleuctra sara (Claassen, 1937)  

is the only species of the genus that occurs in the eastern United States ( Stark & Kyzar 2001) and has been reported from adjacent states of Alabama ( Grubbs 2011), North Carolina and South Carolina ( Unzicker & McCaskill 1982, Stark et al. 1986, Stewart & Stark 1988, Kondratieff et al. 1995). This species was collected from a 3 rd order stream in the Blue Ridge Physiographic Province of northern Georgia.

Material examined. Fannin Co., Noontootla Creek , 10.4 km NNE Amicalola Mtn. at F.S. Rd. 58, N 34.68791, W 84.20182, 22 March 2016, E.J. South, ♂, 2♀ ( INHS). GoogleMaps   Towns Co., trib. to Owl Creek , Rte. 180, Chattahoochee National Forest, N 34.86261, W 83.76931, 7 March 2009, S.A. Grubbs, ♂, ♀, ( WKUC) GoogleMaps   .


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