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Share your observations of plants or non-game animals with the Natural Heritage Inventory

Rare animals
Find rare and non-game animals.
Rare plants
Learn about plants on the Natural Heritage Working List.
Rare lichens
Discover Wisconsin's lichens.
Natural communities
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Other features
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Contact information
For information on Wisconsin's rare vertebrate animals, contact:
Rich Staffen
Conservation Biologist
For information on Wisconsin's rare invertebrates, contact:
Jay Watson
Conservation Biologist

Wisconsin's rare stoneflies

Stoneflies on Wisconsin's Natural Heritage Working List – last revised May 2016. Life history, where they are found in the state, photos and management information is available for many of these species. Please consider sharing your observations [exit DNR] with the Wisconsin Natural Heritage Inventory

Click on the table headings to sort the table or sort taxonomically. Choose a species from the list to explore information for that animal. View the table key.
Scientific Name Common Name Global
WWAP Mapped in NHI
Allocapnia frisoni Evansville Snowfly G4 SU r-SIN N
Attaneuria ruralis A Common Stonefly G4 S2S3 SC/N SGCN Y
Isogenoides frontalis A Perlodid Stonefly G5 S1S2 SC/N SGCN Y
Isogenoides olivaceus A Perlodid Stonefly G3 S2S3 SC/N SGCN Y
Leuctra ferruginea Eastern Needlefly G5 SU r-SIN N
Paracapnia opis Northeastern Snowfly G5 SU r-SIN N
Perlinella ephyre Vernal Stone G5 SU r-SIN N
Soyedina vallicularia A Nemourid Broad-backed Stonefly G5 SU r-SIN N
Zealeuctra narfi A Rolled-winged Winter Stonefly G4 S1 SC/N SGCN Y

Rank and status: To learn more about species rank and status, see the working list key. WWAP: (Wisconsin Wildlife Action Plan): SGCN (Species of Greatest Conservation Need) and monitoring and ranking SIN (Species with Information Needs). Mapped in NHI: (Natural Heritage Inventory): Y = Observations of these species are mapped into the NHI database.

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Last revised: Thursday, December 22, 2022