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Stoneflies - Plecoptera: Chloroperlidae of Gunnison County, Colorado

Triznaka pintada - Rough Sallfly

(Ricker, 1952)

Updated 21 May 2016
TSN 103309

Notes

Older publications may refer to this species as Alloperla pintada.

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Key to Chloroperlidae Nymphs
Key to Chloroperlidae Males
Key to Chloroperlidae Females

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References

Baumann,RW and Kondratieff,BC 2008 A review of the western North American genus Triznaka (Plecoptera: Chloroperlidae) with a new species from the Great Basin, USA. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 110(2)345-362.
     Abstract: " The Nearctic genus Triznaka is reviewed with T. sheldoni, n. sp. described from White Pine County, Nevada, U.S.A. The new species is compared to T. pintada and T. signata. The distinctive armature of the aedeagus and color of the pronotum distinguish the male, while the emarginate to notched subgenital plate and color pattern of the pronotum distinguish the female. The new species is primarily restricted to the Great Basin biogeographic region."

DeWalt,RE; Stewart,KW; Moulton,SR; Kennedy,JH 1994 Summer emergence of mayflies, stoneflies, and caddisflies from a Colorado mountain stream. Southwestern Naturalist 39 3, 249-256. Abstract and first page

Kondratieff,BC and Baumann,RW 2002 A review of the stoneflies of Colorado with description of a new species of Capnia (Plecoptera: Capniidae). Transactions of American Entomological Society 128 (3) 385-401.
     Quote from page 394: "This species can be locally abundant in certain streams throughout the Mountain and Plateau regions. Triznaka pintada is also present in lower elevation(1,520 m) streams along the southern portion of the Front Range, especially tributaries of the Arkansas River. "

Kondratieff,BC and Baumann,RW 2012 A new species of the western North American genus Triznaka from Oregon (Plecoptera: Chloroperlidae). Illiesia 8(02)10-15.
PDF
     Provides a key to all known North American species of Triznaka.

Ricker,WE 1952 Systematic studies in Plecoptera. Indiana University Publications, Science Series, 18. 200 pages. PDF
     Described as Alloperla pintada.

Ricker,WE 1992 Origin of stonefly names proposed by Ricker and collaborators. Perla, 18(1) 12 pages. PDF
      Quote from page 11: "Triznaka Ricker 1952 (as sg. of Alloperla). Russian tri = three, znak = mark. Refers to the three black lines on the metathorax.
   pintada (Ricker 1952) Alloperla (Triznaka). Spanish pintado = colored, painted. Live male specimens often have the abdomen partly suffused with red, similarly to Isoperla quinquepunctata."


Ruse,LP and Herrmann,SJ 2000 Plecoptera and Trichoptera species distribution related to environmental characteristics of the metal-polluted Arkansas River, Colorado. Western North American Naturalist 60 (1) 57-65. PDF

Stewart,KW and Stark,BP 2002 Nymphs of North American Stonefly Genera. 2nd edition The Caddis Press, Columbus, Ohio. 510 pages. Illustrations of nymph on pages 285-286, figures 11.23-11.24

Stewart,KW and Zeigler,DD 1984 The use of larval morphology and drumming in Plecoptera systematics, and further studies of drumming behavior. Ann. Limnol, 20(1-2), 105-114.

Brown,WS 2004 Plecoptera or Stoneflies of Gunnison County, Colorado
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