A new species of Lonchopteridae is described from kintrishi national park.

The Worldwide family Lonchopteridae comprises a single extant genus, Lonchoptera Meigen, 1803 currently containing 68 species. Other available generic names that have previously been proposed within this family are: Dipsa Fallén, 1810, Lonchopteryx Stephens 1829, Neolonchoptera Vaillant, 1989, Homolonchoptera Yang, 1998 and Spilolonchoptera Yang, 1998.

A description of a new Palaearctic species (Lonchoptera pseudolutea sp. nov.) from Georgia is provided. Diagnostic character states distinguishing the new species from congeneric European species are discussed and illustrated.