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Perlesta cinctipes Project

Latest version published on Oct 10, 2018
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These are the underlying species and site locality data for a paper published in Zootaxa (Grubbs SA, DeWalt RE (2018) Perlesta armitagei sp. n. (Plecoptera: Perlidae): more cryptic diversity in darkly pigmented Perlesta from the eastern Nearctic. Zootaxa, 4442:83–100.)

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Grubbs S (2018): Perlesta cinctipes Project. v1.3. No organisation. Dataset/Occurrence. http://ipt.pensoft.net/resource?r=perlestacinctipesproject_dcwa&v=1.3

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Keywords

Insecta; Plecoptera; Perlesta; Specimen

Contacts

Who created the resource:

Scott Grubbs
Professor of Biology
Western Kentucky University US

Who can answer questions about the resource:

Scott Grubbs
Professor of Biology
Western Kentucky University US

Who filled in the metadata:

Scott Grubbs
Professor of Biology
Western Kentucky University US

Geographic Coverage

Five species were studied across the middle portion of the Mississippi River Basin.

Bounding Coordinates South West [35.49, -105.335], North East [43.756, -74.765]

Taxonomic Coverage

Five species of the genus Perlesta Banks, 1906

Species  Perlesta adena (Adena Stone),  Perlesta armitagei (Brian's Stone),  Perlesta browni (Toothed Stone),  Perlesta cinctipes (Plains Stone)

Temporal Coverage

Start Date / End Date 1914-06-01 / 2017-06-03

Sampling Methods

Specimens records were based mainly on the adult stage. Adults were collected with beating sheets, sweep nets, and use of light traps on warm summer evenings. In addition, some adults were reared to adults from the aquatic larval stage.

Study Extent Five species were studied across the middle portion of the Mississippi River Basin.

Method step description:

  1. Data were accumulated from a combination of museums, institutions, personal collections, and valid literature. Locality data for all specimen records, in decimal degrees, were obtained either directly on site with GPS units or georeferenced from museum label data using Acme Mapper 2.1 (http://mapper.acme.com).

Collection Data

Collection Name Perlesta cinctipes Project data
Specimen preservation methods Alcohol

Additional Metadata

Alternative Identifiers http://ipt.pensoft.net/resource?r=perlestacinctipesproject_dcwa