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[Two new genera of West Palaearctic Sepsidae (Diptera), Revised check-list of NW European Trichoptera]

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[Two new genera and species are described, both possessing the unusual feature of well-developed dorsocentral setae (1+3-4): Susanomira caucasica, gen. n., sp. n., from the USSR (Caucasus Mts), and Zuskamira inexpectata, gen. n., sp. n., from Sweden., A revised check-list of the Trichoptera in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Eastern Fennoscandia, the Faroes, and Iceland, reflecting current views on Trichoptera systematics, is given. A total of 242 species are recognized from these areas. The list includes 3 recently described species, and 6 species recorded as new to NW Europe, while 7 species are deleted due to synonymy, misidentification, or abnormality. Further, 38 additional regional records are included, as well as 1 deletion due to insufficient documentations. Annotations for new and rare species are provided. The hydroptilid Agraylea cognatella McLachlan, 1880 is retained as a valid species and the male genitalia of this species as well as the male genitalia of A. multipunctata Curtis, 1834 are figured.]


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