Alloperla nanina Group Project
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Grubbs S (2021): Alloperla nanina Group Project. v1.9. No organisation. Dataset/Occurrence. http://ipt.pensoft.net/resource?r=alloperlaproject&v=1.9
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Alloperla nanina Group includes species occurring in the eastern United States.
|Bounding Coordinates||South West [34.002, -86.534], North East [42.408, -75.727]|
Locality data for a taxonomic treatment of the Alloperla nanina Group
|Start Date / End Date||1911-01-01 / 2017-01-01|
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|Title||Alloperla nanina Group project|
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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.
|Study Extent||Four species were studied across the southern and central Appalachian Mountain region.|
Method step description:
- 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 2.2 (http://mapper.acme.com).