Wyeomyia (Nunezia)paucartamboensis Porter, new species is described from specimens reared from tank bromeliads growing in humid premontane forest on the eastern slopes of the Peruvian Andes. The description, with relevant illustrations and images, is of the adult male and female, as well as of the pupal and fourth-instar larval stages. In addition, a diagnosis of the subgenus Nunezia is presented with emphasis on differentiation from other subgenera of Wyeomyia.
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