First records of two non-indigenous tineid species from St Helena Island (Tineioidia: Tineidae)
The author reports the first records of two non-indigenous Tineidae species which were found on St Helena: Amphixystis siccata (Meyrick, 1910) and Setomorpha rutella Zeller, 1852. Moths and habitats of both species and the male and female genitalia of A. siccata are illustrated here.
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