Protonemura sp.

Description

Stoneflies can be recognised by their flattened bodies and flat or rolled wings. The individual species are difficult to separate and need detailed expert examination.

Identification difficulty
Habitat

Normally found near to water.

Life History

The larvae are aquatic.

UK Status

As a group Protonemura species are quite common and widespread in Britain.

VC55 Status

Unknown status in Leicestershire and Rutland.

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Species profile

Species group:
Stoneflies
Kingdom:
Animalia
Order:
Plecoptera
Family:
Nemouridae
Records on NatureSpot:
1
First record:
02/05/2008 (Nicholls, David)
Last record:
02/05/2008 (Nicholls, David)

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