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Subfamily Acroneuriinae

Stonefly - Acroneuria really big stonefly - Acroneuria Nymphal Shell - Calineuria californica Large stonefly - Acroneuria Perlid stonefly, genus Perlesta - Perlesta Perlid stonefly, genus Perlesta - Perlesta Acroneuria evoluta Doroneuria - Doroneuria baumanni
Classification
Kingdom Animalia (Animals)
Phylum Arthropoda (Arthropods)
Subphylum Hexapoda (Hexapods)
Class Insecta (Insects)
Order Plecoptera (Stoneflies)
Superfamily Perloidea
Family Perlidae (Common Stoneflies)
Subfamily Acroneuriinae
Numbers
2 tribes, with 60 spp. in 11 genera in our area(1) [50 in the lower 48 states(2)] and ~540 spp. in 32 genera worldwide(3)
Range
throughout the New World & e. Asia; Acroneurini is Nearctic+Oriental, Anacroneurini is a large Neotropical tribe, with just 2 spp. of Anacroneuria ranging into so. US(3)