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The Sericostoma Latr. genus in Italy

  • G. P. Moretti
  • Fernanda Cianficconi
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Abstract

As all Trichopterologists know, the problem of systematics of the Sericostoma LATR. genus is still far from clear. The lack of clear taxonomic characters in the genital armature and, converely, the extreme variability in the form of the appendages of segment X in the ♂ of certain species left, and still leaves, specialists puzzled in safely attributing specimens to this or that species. Already McLACHLAN in 1884 (McLACHLAN, 1874–1880) furnished numerous drawings of the appendages of segment X of the ♂ which, in his opinion, were able to distinguish, just to give an example, two very similar species such as S. personatum KIRBY & SPENC. and S. pedemontanum McL.

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Side View Lateral Spini Good Species Ventral Branch Inferior Appendage 
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