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Description of fourteen new Tinodes species from East Africa (Trichoptera: Psychomyiidae)

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Fourteen new Tinodes species are described from East Africa. Tinodes guttatus sp. n., Tinodes rungweensis sp. n., Tinodes sanjea sp. n., Tinodes amani sp. n., Tinodes robustus sp. n., Tinodes zigzag sp. n., Tinodes uzungwa sp. n. and Tinodes bumbulii sp. n. are described from the Eastern Arc mountains in Tanzania and represent the first described species of this genus from Tanzania. Tinodes harawa sp. n., Tinodes dehadawate sp. n., Tinodes mohelia sp. n., Tinodes irwini, sp. n., and Tinodes schlingeri sp. n. are described from Madagascar and the Comoros Island, and represent the first described species of this genus from these islands. Tinodes giloensis sp. n. is described from Sudan, and is the first record of Tinodes from the country. With this report the number of known Tinodes species from the Afrotropical region is more than doubled, and the Eastern Arc is made the richest area in number of species of Tinodes in that biogeographical region.


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