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[Elachista eskoi sp. n., a new species of Elachistidae from Finland (Lepidoptera), Afreminae: A new subfamily of Anthicidae (Coleoptera) from southern Africa]

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[Elachista eskol sp. n. is described from material collected in central and southern Finland. It is a very large species with distinct white wing markings. The species occurs on moist shore meadows. It is closely related to some species of the bifasciella-group of the genus, particularly E. herrichii Frey, 1859 and E. ingvarella Traugott-Olsen, 1974., A new subfamily of Anthicidae is erected to contain the genus Afremus gen. n. composed of the species A. madgei sp. n. and A. pickeri sp. n. The relationship of Afremus to other genera of Anthicidae is discussed.]


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