New records of Tikuna atramentum (Traver) (Leptophlebiidae) from Costa Rica show that this species can live in both temporary and permanent streams. All known localities are closely associated with Nicoya Complex terranes. Range maps are given for the other known species and an undescribed morphospecies of Tikuna and the biogeography of the genus is discussed.
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