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Jeholopsyche liaoningensis sp. n.
The genus name is derived from the Jehol Biota; and psyche, from the Greek, meaning “soul” or “mind,” a common suffix for delicately winged insects. Gender feminine.
In the forewing, Sc with three branches. R1 single. MP originates from stem of MP+CuA a little earlier (more basally) than Rs+MA from R. The Rs+MA bifurcation distinctly basad of the first bifurcation of MP. Both fore- and mid basitarsus shorter than remaining four segments in combined length. The basitarsus in hindlegs almost equal to remaining four segments in combined length.
Type species only.
In the general venation scheme, the Jeholopsyche gen. n. differs from Aneuretopsyche Rasnitsyn & Kozlov, 1990 by the Sc in the forewing having three branches, R1 single, and Rs+MA bifurcation distinctly basad of the first forking of MP.