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Revista chilena de entomología

versión impresa ISSN 0034-740Xversión On-line ISSN 0718-8994

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PEREZ-GARCIA, Belkys et al. Thraulodes marreroi Chacón, Segnini & Domínguez (Ephemeroptera: Leptophlebiidae: Atalophlebiinae): new records for Venezuela and an analysis of their neotropical distribution based on ecological niche modeling. Rev. chil. entomol. [online]. 2020, vol.46, n.3, pp.509-520. ISSN 0034-740X.  http://dx.doi.org/10.35249/rche.46.3.20.17.

New records for Thraulodes marreroi in Venezuela are reported and their potential geographical distribution in the Neotropics is analyzed using the ecological niche model, using the Maximum Entropy algorithm (MaxEnt), based on reports in Brazil, Panama and Venezuela. Descriptions are included about the lotic habitat and the phytogeographic subregions or landscape units through which the streams, where the adults collected, drain: the Llanos Occidentales and the Cordillera de la Costa Central. Thraulodes marreroi seems to be a characteristic species of rivers and streams that drain through tropical forest systems, from semi-deciduous, deciduous forests to Amazonia rainforests, at altitudes that do not exceed 300 masl; this species presents a potential neotropical geographic distribution, with occurrences in the Caribbean and Amazon subregions, particularly in the Caribbean subregion it is collected in the Mesoamerican and northwestern South American domains, but it is possibly absent in the Antillean domain. This is the only species of the genus, with possible speciation in the South American Neotropics, which has been recorded in the Mesoamerican Neotropics (Panama). Before the record of the species in Panama, only the Neo-Arctic and the Mesoamerican Neotropics shared Thraulodes species. Finally, we consider it appropriate to update the list of Thraulodes species from American continent.

Palabras clave : Biodiversity; MaxEnt; Neotropic; Thraulodes.

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