Diplectroninae, Ulmer, 1951

Wells, Alice & Contents, Arturs Neboiss Table Of, 2018, Australian Diplectroninae reviewed (Insecta: Trichoptera), with description of 21 new species, most referred to a new genus, Zootaxa 4415 (1), pp. 1-44: 6

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4415.1.1

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Diplectroninae
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Key to adult males of Diplectroninae  genera in Australia

1. Forewing fork 2 footstalk present...................................................... Smicrophylax Neboiss  *

-. Forewing fork 2 sessile or stalk very short (e.g., Figs 1View FIGURES 1–9, 23, 24View FIGURES 17–31, 49View FIGURES 49–58, 77View FIGURES 70–83, 102View FIGURES 102–109)....................................... 2

2(1) In genitalia, coxopodite of each gonopod with mesal process (e.g., Figs 53View FIGURES 49–58, 59, 68)................... Austropsyche Banks 

-. In genitalia, coxopodites of gonopods without mesal processes (e.g., Figs 3View FIGURES 1–9, 45, 104View FIGURES 102–109, 113)............................ 3

3(2) Dorsal head with paired anterolateral warts never more than partially and indistinctly divided ( Figs 17–21View FIGURES 17–31); abdominal seg- ments IX and X partially or fully fused and with or without pair of simple lateral processes; phallus with or without sclerotised spines or numerous fine spicules distally (e.g., Figs 3View FIGURES 1–9, 42), without parameres.................... Diplectrona Westwood 

-. Dorsal head with paired anterolateral warts clearly divided by distinct suture ( Figs 146–150View FIGURES 146–163); abdominal segments IX/X usu- ally with lateral processes, often 2 pairs and sometimes very elaborate; phallus without spicules or sclerotised spines (e.g., Figs 106View FIGURES 102–109, 136), with or without basal parameres (e.g., Figs 106View FIGURES 102–109, 121, 123, 160View FIGURES 146–163)........................ Arcyphysa  gen. nov.