(Wichard, Wilfried, Solórzano, Mónica M., Kraemer & Luer, Claus 2006)
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- Antillopsyche wrighti Wichard, Wilfried, 2006, Zootaxa 1378: 42-42.
The adults of Antillopsyche are typical psychomyioids. The ocelli are absent, the maxillary palps have an elongate terminal segment with suture-like cross striae, the mesoscutum bears a pair of setose warts, forewing apical fork 1 is present, and the tibial spurs are 3, 4, 4. They are further characterized by wing venation apomorphies: in the hind wing apical forks 2, 3, and 5 are present and the discoidal cell is open. Antillopsyche differs from Pseudoneureclipsis in the presence of fork 5 in the forewing. Hindwing venation for both taxa is the same.
- Wichard, Wilfried; Solórzano, Mónica M.; Kraemer; Luer, Claus; 2006: First caddisfly species from Mexican amber (Insecta: Trichoptera), Zootaxa 1378: 42-42. doi