Natural history of Andescecidium parrai on Schinus polygamus. A host-plant habitat at Cuesta La Dormida, intersection Til-Til/Valparaíso, beginning of road to Rungue, Chile, 33°3'42"S, 71°0'35"W (seta on the horizon points to the El Altar mountain, Metropolitan region) B young, developing galls, lateral C mature gall, lateral, with pedunculus (indicated by arrow) in detail in the upper right corner D, E old, empty galls under lateral and posterior views, respectively (setae point to apical open). Scale bars: 4 mm (B, C, E), 3 mm (D).

  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.