Uroperla imparata Sinitshenkova 1992 (stonefly)

Insecta - Plecoptera - Siberioperlidae

Full reference: N. D. Sinitshenkova. 1992. New upper Mesozoic stone flies from Yakutia (Insecta: Perlida = Plecoptera). Paleontological Journal 26(3):43-55

Belongs to Uroperla according to N. D. Sinitshenkova 1992

Sister taxa: Uroperla daja, Uroperla karabonensis, Uroperla lacerata

Type specimen: PIN 923/12, a nymph. Its type locality is Kempendyay River (PIN collection 923), which is in a Tithonian pond siltstone/sandstone in the Khaya Formation of the Russian Federation.

Ecology: volant detritivore-omnivore

Distribution: found only at Kempendyay River (PIN collection 923)

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