The Neotropical genus Flintiella is reviewed and eight new species are described and illustrated: F. alajuela from Costa Rica, F. boraceia from Brazil, F. panamensis from Panama, F. tamaulipasa from Mexico, F. yanamona from Peru, F. heredia from Costa Rica, Ecuador, and Peru, F. astilla from Brazil, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, and Venezuela, and F. pizotensis from Columbia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Mexico, Panama, and Peru. New illustrations are provided for F. andreae Angrisano. Keys are provided to separate the males and the associated females of the nine known species in the genus.
Harris, S., Flint, O., & Holzenthal, R. (2002). Review of the Neotropical Genus Flintiella (Trichoptera: Hydroptilidae: Stactobiini). Journal of the New York Entomological Society, 110(1), 65-90.
Harris, Steven C.; Flint, Oliver S. JR; Holzenthal, Ralph W..
Review of the Neotropical genus Flintiella (Trichoptera: Hydroptilidae: Stactobiini).
New York Entomological Society.
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