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The Solenobiinae species of Finland (Lepidoptera: Psychidae), with a description of a new species

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The Finnish Solenobiinae are revised. This subfamily is represented in Finland by two genera and seven species of which three are parthenogenetic: Solenobia triquetrella (Hübner) (also reported from Denmark, Norway and Sweden), Solenobia lichenella (Lin.) and Solenohia fennicella n. sp., which is described here. Of the remaining species, Solenobia charlottae Meier (also recorded from S) and Siederia rupicolella Sauter (also recorded from S) are eartier known only from the mountains of Central Europe. Solenobia furnosella Heinemann (recorded also from D, N and S) and Siederia pineti (Zeller) (also from D and S) are bisexuals earlier known from Finland. – Notes for identifying each species and their distribution are given.


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