Morphology of Andescecidium parrai last larval instar under scanning electron microscopy. A, B head, lateral (A) and antero-dorsal (B) views C stemmata, lateral D antenna, lateral E labium, lateral F maxilla, lateral G thorax, lateral H first abdominal spiracle, lateral I detail of second abdominal segment, showing aligned setae (arrow indicates spiracle), lateral J callus of second abdominal tergum, latero-dorsal K last abdominal segments, postero-lateral L ventral lobe of tenth abdominal segment (enlarged area marked with rectangle in K). Scale bars: 150 µm (A, B), 30 µm (C, L), 20 µm (D, E), 50 µm (F, I), 300 µm (G), 10 µm (H), 100 µm (J, K).

  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.