, Volume 86, Issue 6, pp 632-634

A review of stoneflies of the family Taeniopterygidae (Plecoptera) in Russia and adjacent countries

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Abstract

Twenty-one species of the following eight genera of the family Taeniopterygidae were recorded from Russia and adjacent countries (within the limits of the former USSR): Taeniopteryx (4 species), Brachyptera (7), Kyphopteryx (2), Mesyatsia (2), Oempoteryx (1), Rhabdiopteryx (3), Strophopteryx (1), and Taenionema (1). All the species belong to the Palaearctic complex, which is subdivided into the following groups: transpalearctic (1 species), western-Palaearctic (5), Ponto-Caucasian (3: 2 endemics of the Caucasus and 1 species distributed in the Caucasus and Anatolia). Middle-Asian (3), eastern-Palaearctic (1), and Palearchaearctic (1).

Original Russian Text © L.A. Zhiltzova, 2006, published in Entomologicheskoe Obozrenie, 2006, Vol. 85, No. 3, pp. 529–532.