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Aneuretopsyche Rasnitsyn & Kozlov, 1990
Moderate-sized insects, mouthpart position most probably opisthognathous; hypognathous placement possible. Adults have a remarkably prolonged, siphonate proboscis, its exterior covered with well-developed dense hairs or microtrichia arranged in distinct annulae; terminus surrounded by a distinctive, lobed, fleshy pseudolabellum. Antennae distinctly longer than proboscis, multiarticulate; articles covered with annulate hairs. Forewing elongate. Sc with multiple branches. Both Rs and MA bifurcating; MP 4-branched. CuA single or probably bifurcating. Hindwing distinctly broader than forewing. Hairs on legs arranged in distinctive rings.
In addition to the type genus, Jeholopsyche gen. n.