A new genus, Alinjarria, Rentz et al. is proposed to accommodate two species, one on each side of the Australian continent in the far north. A species originally described in Hemisaga de Saussure, but considered aberrant, is transferred to the new genus. The other is a new species described from Eucalyptus woodland adjacent to rainforests north of Mareeba, Queensland. The placement of the species in the Listroscelidinae, rather than the Austrosaginae, was indicated by the morphology of the eggs of the two species.
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