Nannochorista andina Byers, 1989
Diagnosis: No dark spots or margins to apical crossveins. In male, dorsoapical notch between basistyles broadly V-shaped, with paired capsules of aedeagal base conspicuously exposed; in female, sclerites of
abdominal sternite VII only slightly wider subapically than at mid-length sclerites of sternite IX distinctly separated. Forewing length: 6.2 – 9.2 mm.
Distribution – Geographical: ARGENTINA (Neuquén, Rio Negro) and CHILE (Arauco, Chiloe, Malleco, Nūble, Palena).
Distribution – Temporal: Adults emerge from 12 September until 15 March at elevations of 250 to 1300 m.
Ecology: Nothing is known of the habitat for this species.
Biology: Nothing is known of the immature stages or life history of this species.
Byers, G.W. 1989. The Nannochoristidae of South America (Mecoptera). The University of Kansas Science Bulletin, 54(2):25-34. 17 figs., 1 map.