Amphinemura varshava ( Ricker, 1952 )

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: 36

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Amphinemura varshava ( Ricker, 1952 )


Amphinemura varshava ( Ricker, 1952)  

was described from near Warsaw in northern Indiana and is a common inhabitant of cool streams in the Midwest region having been reported from Indiana, Illinois ( DeWalt & Grubbs 2011), Kentucky ( Ricker 1952), Ohio ( DeWalt et al. 2012), and Wisconsin ( Grubbs et al. 2012). This species of Amphinemurinae   was collected near the edge of Chattahoochee National Forest in the Ridge and Valley Physiographic Province of Georgia. This record constitutes a substantial southern range extension.

Material examined. Georgia, Whitfield Co., Dalton College Campus , [N 34.77335, W 85.00325], 29 April 1996, D. Yanega, ♂, ♀ ( INHS) GoogleMaps   .


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