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Eight new species and a revised key to Australian Helicopsyche (Trichoptera: Helicopsychidae)

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Eight new species of Helicopsyche, viz., H. neboissi sp. n.; H. tribulationa sp. n.; H. curva sp. n.; H. bellangrensis sp. n.; H. braueri sp. n.; H. alicae sp. n.; H. albidela sp. n.; and H. kakadu sp. n., are described. The females of H. tillyardi Mosely, 1953 and H. heacota Mosely, 1953 are described for the first time. A revised description of the male and female H. cochleaetesta Korboot, 1964, female H. murrumba Mosely, 1953 and male H. tillyardi Mosely, 1953 are given. Revised keys to the males and females of Australian Helicopsyche species are presented.

Affiliations: 1: Museum of Zoology, University of Bergen, Muséplass 3, 5007 Bergen, Norway


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