Oxyethira distinctella McLachlan, 1880 en Lorraine: une espèce nouvelle pour la faune de France (Trichoptera, Hydroptilidae)
Oxyethira distinctella McLachlan, 1880 has been caught by light-trap in the Lorraine region (North-Eastern France), on a plateau at the edge of the Vosges mountain. It is the first mention of this northern palaearctic species in France. The morphological features and the distribution as known to date are recapitulated. The habitat consists of a recently digged acidic pond on a sandstone substrate. Such habitats are not very rare in Lorraine, and new findings of the species can be expected.