Capnia lacustra Jewett, 1965

Lake Tahoe (benthic) stonefly

 

 

Taxonomy & Nomenclature

Synonym/s: Capnia sp. Jewett, 1963

 

Conservation Status

Last record: 1961-1964?; 1994 (Suckling et al. 2004)

 

Distribution

California & Nevada, USA

 

Biology

 

 

Hypodigm

 

 

Media

 

 

References

Original scientific description:
 
Jewett, S. G. (1965). Four new stoneflies from California and Oregon. Pan-Pac. Entomol. 41: 5-9.
 
 
Other references:
 
Allen, B.C., R.C. Richards, C. Wagoner, and C.R. Goldman. 2002. Lake Tahoe's benthic stonefly, Capni lacustra, extinct or extant? Final Report, November 2002. Division of Environmental Science and Policy, University of California, Davis.
 
Frantz, T. C., and A. J. Cordone. (1996). Observations on the Macrobenthos of Lake Tahoe, California-Nevada. California Fish and Game 82(1): 1-41.
 
Jewett, S. G. (1963). A Stonefly Aquatic in the Adult Stage. Science 139: 484-885.
 
Nelson, C. Riley and Baumann, Richard W. (1989). Systematics and distribution of the winter stonefly genus Capnia (Plecoptera: Capniidae) in North America. The Great Basin Naturalist 49(3): 289-363. [p. 326]
 
Stark. B P.. S W. Szczytko, and R W Baumann. (1986). North American stoneflies (Plecoptera): systematics, distribution, and taxonomie references. Great Basin Naturalist 46: 383-397.
 
Suckling, Kieran, Slack, Rhiwena and Nowicki, Brian. (2004). Extinct and the Endangered Species Act. Centre For Biological Diversity. 63 pp.
 

 

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