Andescecidium parrai adult morphology under light microscopy (LMCI 218-03). A head, anterior view B metathoracic furcasternum, posterior (closed arrow points to left furcal apophysis) C fore-, median- and hindlegs, from left to right, respectively D female genitalia, dorsal (open and closed arrows point to the anterior ends of left anterior and posterior right apophyses, respectively) E distal portion of female genitalia in detail, lateral (enlarged area marked by rectangle in D; closed arrow points to the ovipositor tip; asterisk identifies oviscapt seen by transparency; bracket indicates distal margin of sternum eight). Scale bars: 0.3 mm (A, B), 1 mm (C), 0.2 mm (D, E).

  Part of: Silva GT, Moreira GRP, Vargas HA, Gonçalves GL, Mainardi MD, Blas GS, Davis D (2018) Overlooked gall-inducing moths revisited, with the description of Andescecidium parrai gen. et sp. n. and Oliera saizi sp. n. from Chile (Lepidoptera, Cecidosidae). ZooKeys 795: 127-157.