Description of two new species of Oecetis (Trichoptera, Leptoceridae) from Borneo
Two new species of Oecetis from Maliau Basin, Malaysian Borneo, are described for the first time, O. mesospina sp. nov. and O. apelqvisti sp. nov. These two new species bring the total number of Oecetis found on the island of Borneo up to 16.
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