Corynoneurella paludosa

Author: Brundin, 1949

Diagnosis (n=1)
Exuviae 1.9mm long.
Cephalothorax: Thoracic horn absent. Pearl row usually absent.
Abdomen: Tergite II without an apical transverse band of hooks or pad of hooked spines. Posterior points of tergites not conspicuously enlarged, though an apical transverse row of stronger points may be present on segments II-VII. Tergites IV-VIII covered with points, anterior points little larger than those of the general armament. Tergites VII and VIII with small, hardly spiculate points medially. Sternite II with spinules dense and medially at least arranged in short transverse rows. Posterior two to three rows of points on sternites III-VII distinctly larger than those preceding them on the sternite (037h.jpg). Four lateral taeniae on segments III-VIII.
Anal segment: Anal lobe ratio 1.4. Fringe of anal lobe with 36+1 taeniae. Apical setae of anal lobes cylindrical, hooked apically.
(Linked adult male: Langton and Pinder, 2003a)

Species keys out at Page 597: Orthocladiinae 9 Corynoneurella of the Text Key.

Fennoscandia and W Europe.
(For more information see module IdentifyIt – file: Orthocladiinae).

Ecological notes