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Neoperla duratubulata Du, 1999 – Wikispecies link – Pensoft Profile
- Neoperla duratubulata Du, 1999: 313. Type locality: Fujian Province, Mt. Wuyishan, Sangang.
No new material was available for examination. It was stated to be similar to Neoperla flavescens Chu, 1929 but bearing paired ventral aedeagal lobes (Du 1999). Neoperla duratubulata may be assigned to the above mentioned subgroup and seems similar to Neoperla qingyuanensis. The aedeagal sac of Neoperla duratubulata is a very short conical structure with several rows of subapical fine spinules and the head lacks distinct color pattern (modified from the original descriptions of Du 1999).
- Qin, X; Murányi, D; Wang, G; Li, W; 2013: Stoneflies of the genus Neoperla (Plecoptera, Perlidae) from Wuyi Mountain National Nature Reserve, Fujian of China ZooKeys, 326: 1-16. doi