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Checklist of the Trichoptera (Insecta) of Brazil I


We present here a list of Trichoptera species recorded in the literature from Brazil as of September 2003. The total number of species recorded for Brazil is 378. The most diverse family is Hydropsychidae with 103 species; the second most diverse is Hydroptilidae with 50 species, followed by Leptoceridae and Philopotamidae with 41 each. Distributions by state and additional literature relevant to Brazilian Trichoptera are also presented.

Trichoptera; Caddisflies; Checklist; Aquatic Insects; Neotropical; Brazil; Distribution; New records

Apresenta-se aqui uma lista de Trichoptera (Insecta) para o Brasil com registros de espécies publicados na literatura até Setembro de 2003. O número de espécies registradas para o Brasil é de 378. A família mais diversa é Hydropsychidae com 107 espécies, seguida por Hydroptilidae com 50, Leptoceridae e Philopotamidae com 41 cada. Também são fornecidas a distribuição por estado e a literatura adicional relevante a ordem Trichoptera no Brasil.

Trichoptera; Fauna; Lista de espécies; Brasil; Insetos aquáticos; Distribuição


Checklist of the Trichoptera (Insecta) of Brazil I

Henrique Paprocki; Ralph W. Holzenthal; Roger J. Blahnik

Department of Entomology, University of Minnesota 1980 Folwell Ave, Saint Paul, MN, 55108, USA email: or


We present here a list of Trichoptera species recorded in the literature from Brazil as of September 2003. The total number of species recorded for Brazil is 378. The most diverse family is Hydropsychidae with 103 species; the second most diverse is Hydroptilidae with 50 species, followed by Leptoceridae and Philopotamidae with 41 each. Distributions by state and additional literature relevant to Brazilian Trichoptera are also presented.

Key words: Trichoptera, Caddisflies, Checklist, Aquatic Insects, Neotropical, Brazil, Distribution, New records


Apresenta-se aqui uma lista de Trichoptera (Insecta) para o Brasil com registros de espécies publicados na literatura até Setembro de 2003. O número de espécies registradas para o Brasil é de 378. A família mais diversa é Hydropsychidae com 107 espécies, seguida por Hydroptilidae com 50, Leptoceridae e Philopotamidae com 41 cada. Também são fornecidas a distribuição por estado e a literatura adicional relevante a ordem Trichoptera no Brasil.

Palavras-chave: Trichoptera, Fauna, Lista de espécies, Brasil, Insetos aquáticos, Distribuição

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The senior author thanks the Ph. D. fellowship given by CAPES. The senior author also acknowledge the Dissertation Fellowship provided by the graduate school, University of Minnesota. This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation Grants No. DEB-9971885 and DEB- 0117772. The senior author is also very grateful for the careful proofreading and valuable suggestions provided by Adolfo Calor and Virgínia Mendes Braga.

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