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GNOME Keyring Daemon doesn't like PKCS#8 keys, so it fails every time and can't import the key. I was able to fix this by stopping GNOME Keyring Daemon from acting as an SSH agent, and I now use ssh-add instead.
Personally I use seahorse for managing the gnome keyring. In seahorse there's a "My personal keys" tab. This will contain all your ssh keys. Right click the one you want to delete and select "delete". EDIT: Your comment indicates you tried this and still have the issue. Digging around on your error message turns up a couple of noteworthy hits (this ...
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