RESULTS TO DATE.-The taxonomic diversity of the IKIP plecopteran specimens identified to date consists of 21 species belonging to 15 genera in 6 families. All of these specimen records, complete with corresponding locality data, are on-line and fully searchable (see IKIP Databases). The taxonomists who have examined this material are listed below:

  • KRAFT, Gerald (Department of Biology, Western Washington University, Bellingham, Washington, USA). Material examined: various plecopteran taxa from the 1994 expedition (U.S.A. team's collections).
  • TESLENKO, Valentina (Institute of Biology and Pedology, Russian Academy of Sciences, Vladivostok, Russia). Material examined: all plecopteran taxa from the 1994-1996 expeditions (Russian, and selected U.S.A., team's collections).

RESEARCH PRODUCTS.-A checklist of all plecopteran generic and species identifications currently in the IKIP Database are available for each family. To view a corresponding check-list, click on the family name in the below classification (following Stark et al., 1986; see Classification References).

PUBLICATIONS.-The following publications (listed chronologically) are based on data from IKIP plecopteran specimens:

  1. TESLENKO, V. A., N. MINAKAWA, G.F. KRAFT, and R. I. GARA. 1997. Stoneflies of the Southern Kuril Islands. Proceedings of the 12th International Symposium on Plecoptera, Chateau-d'Dex, Switzerland, 14-20 August 1995, pp. 193-198.
  2. ZHILTZOVA, L., and V. TESLENKO. 1997. Order Plecoptera. pp. 248-264, In: Keys to the Freshwater Invertebrates of Russia and Adjacent Lands. S. J. Tsalolikhin (editor). Akademik Nauk, St. Petersburg.
  3. TESLENKO, V. A. and N. MINAKAWA. Submitted. Stavsolus manchuricus sp. n. and S. scriptus from the Asian Far East (Plecoptera: Perlodidae). Aquatic Insect.


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