Gripopteryx garbei Navás 1936, Navas, 1936

Gonçalves, Maísa De Carvalho, Novaes, Marcos Carneiro & Salles, Frederico Falcão, 2017, Studies on Gripopterygidae (Plecoptera) from Espírito Santo State, Brazil, Zootaxa 4291 (3), pp. 563-571: 566

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4291.3.8

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http://treatment.plazi.org/id/D3372610-FFEF-1D50-D2BF-FE34FE53E370

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scientific name

Gripopteryx garbei Navás 1936
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Gripopteryx garbei Navás 1936  

Figs. 4–6 View FIGURES 4 – 6 .

Material examined. BRA, ES, Municipality of Santa Teresa , RBAR, small waterfall near road, upstream site, S19°52'30" W 40°32'07", 900 m, malaise, ix.2015, 1 male, FFST, CZNC GoogleMaps   . BRA, ES, Municipality of Santa Teresa , RBAR, stream along the road, close to small waterfall site, S19°53'20.6" W40°32'41.5", 803 m, light trap, 11. i.2016, 4 males, FFST, CZNC GoogleMaps   . BRA, ES, Municipality of Santa Teresa , RBAR, small waterfall near road, upstream site, S19°52'30" W40°32'07", 900 m, light trap, 19. xi.2015, 1 female, FFST, CZNC GoogleMaps   . BRA, ES, Municipality of Santa Teresa, District of Nova Lombardia , waterfall close to the northeastern border of the RBAR, S19°52'30.9" W40°32" 07.4", 769 m, light trap, 11-12. i.2016, 1 male and 1 female, FFST, CZNC GoogleMaps   . BRA, ES, PNC, Municipality of Espera Feliz, border between Minas Gerais and Espírito Santo States, Pedra Menina , S 20°37'30.3" W 41°49'27.1", 884 m, light trap, 14-15. ii.2016, 1 male, FFST, CZNC GoogleMaps   .

Remarks. There is a noteworthy difference between the paraprocts of the specimen illustrated here ( Figs. 4–6 View FIGURES 4 – 6 ) and that of Froehlich (1990, figs. 15–20). The paraprocts of the specimens from Espírito Santo ( Figs. 4–6 View FIGURES 4 – 6 ) exhibit a pronounced curvature not illustrated by Froehlich (1990, figs. 15–20). We studied the specimens listed in Froehlich (1990) and much variation in the paraprocts of G. garbei   was observed. Our material examined ( Figs. 4–6 View FIGURES 4 – 6 ) also exhibits this variation.

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