Larval description of Micrasema servatum (Navás, 1918) (Trichoptera, Brachycentridae)

  • Vieira-Lanero R
  • González M
  • Cobo F
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Abstract

The larva of Micrasema servatum (Navás, 1918), an endemic species of the Iberian Peninsula, is described for the first time and compared with those known of other Iberian species. The most important diagnostic features are illustrated and some taxo- nomic, zoogeographical and ecological notes are presented. Larva of M. servatum is, for the moment, the only known European species of the genus with four mesonotal scleri- tes and a case made of vegetal fragments in combination

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  • Brachycentridae
  • Iberian Peninsula
  • Micrasema servatum
  • endemic
  • larval description
  • trichoptera

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Authors

  • R Vieira-Lanero

  • M.A González

  • F Cobo

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