Austropsyche Banks,

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: 15-16

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

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Austropsyche Banks
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Key to adult males of Austropsyche Banks 

1. Phallus bulbous distally, narrowly truncate and sclerotised apically; sharp, sclerotised, ventrally curving spine arising apicolaterally on abdominal segments IX/X, and second thread-like sclerotised process arising from internal apodeme ( Fig. 67View FIGURES 59–69); mesal process on coxopodite of each gonopod about half length of its harpago ( Figs 66–67View FIGURES 59–69, 94View FIGURES 84–101)...... Austropsyche morana  sp. nov.

-. Phallus not bulbous distally, without sclerotised apex; abdominal segments IX/X with or without membranous plate or lobe apicolaterally, but without apicolateral sclerotised spine; mesal process on each coxopodite variable in length (e.g., Figs 52View FIGURES 49–58, 59, 63)................................................................................................. 2

2(1) Gonopods each with mesal process stout, apically roughly truncate, basal on coxopodite ( Figs 68–69View FIGURES 59–69, 90–91View FIGURES 84–101).......................................................................................... Austropsyche kaputar  sp. nov.

-. Gonopods each with mesal process narrow, conical or slender, curving to acute or irregular apex, apical or sub-apical on coxopodite (e.g., Figs 52View FIGURES 49–58, 59, 63)............................................................................ 3

3(2) Forewings each with median cell equal in length to discoidal cell ( Figs 50View FIGURES 49–58, 78View FIGURES 70–83); gonopods each with mesal process apical on coxopodite ( Figs 59, 61View FIGURES 59–69, 92, 93View FIGURES 84–101); with pair of slender sclerotised spines projecting distally ( Figs 59–60, 61–62View FIGURES 59–69, 92–93View FIGURES 84–101), without short sclerotised spines subapically on phallus.............................................................. 4

-. Forewings each with median cell about 1.3x length of discoidal cell (e.g., Figs 49View FIGURES 49–58, 77View FIGURES 70–83); gonopods each with mesal process sub-

apical on coxopodite; without pair of slender, elongate, sclerotised spines as above (e.g., Figs 52View FIGURES 49–58, 63–65), but with short sclerotised spines on phallus (e.g., Figs 53, 56View FIGURES 49–58, 63–64, 87–88)....................................................... 5 4(3) Gonopods each with mesal process about 3/4 length of harpagone, slender, acute apically; small conical tubercle between mesal process and harpago ( Figs 59View FIGURES 59–69, 92View FIGURES 84–101)............................................. Austropsyche acuta  sp. nov.

-. Gonopods each with mesal process no more than half length of harpagone, variably blunt or pointed apically; without small conical tubercle between mesal process and harpago ( Figs 61–62View FIGURES 59–69, 93View FIGURES 84–101).................... Austropsyche ambigua  sp. nov.

5(3) Gonopods each with mesal process on coxopodite short, irregular in shape; sclerotised spines on phallus in ventral view straight; in ventral view, small rounded plate visible dorsal to gonopods, in lateral view apicomedial margin slightly produced ( Figs 63–65View FIGURES 59–69, 88–89View FIGURES 84–101)........................................................ Austropsyche bifurcata (Kimmins) 

-. Gonopods each with mesal process on coxopodite short, conical and apically acute in ventral view; sclerotised spines on phallus in ventral view curved; apex of phallus membranous, sometimes protruded; in ventral view membranous plates lateral to gonopods mesally produced posterad, in lateral view forming irregular midapicolateral lobe ( Figs 53–55View FIGURES 49–58, 84–87)...................................................................................... Austropsyche victoriana Banks