A checklist of the Neuropterid insects of British Columbia (Insecta: Megaloptera, Neuroptera and Raphidioptera) with a summary of their geographic distribution
AbstractThe Neuropterid orders in British Columbia consist of the Megaloptera, Neuroptera and Raphidioptera. Twelve families containing 89 species are represented. The distribution of these species is documented with reference to the 9 terrestrial ecoprovinces in British Columbia. Collection localities are given for species represented by 5 or fewer sites. Four species, 2 of Coniopterygidae and 2 of Hemerobiidae, are considered alien introductions.
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