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AuthorA. Diakonoff
TitleRevival of an old species with two new synonyms and descriptions of two species of the Palaearctic choreutidae (Lepidoptera)
JournalZoologische Mededelingen
Volume53
Year1978
Issue18
Pages199-207
ISSN0024-0672
AbstractIn connection with a revision of the family, two species of Eutromula Frölich, from China and the Far East, are described, and a third, from the Far East and Japan, recorded below.
The figures are by Mr. A. C. M. van Dijk, the Hague. The author is greatly indebted to the Uyttenboogaart-Eliasen Stichting for the grant covering the costs of these figures.
Eutromula atrosignata (Christoph) comb. nov. (figs. 1-2,8) Simaethis atrosignata Christoph, 1888, Horae Soc. ent. Ross., 22: 331 (Amur Region).
Lectotype, hereby designated: ♂/Lectotype, Simaethis atrosignata Christoph, 1888 (black cadre) / 913 (small pentagonal label, in purple ink) / (A mauve metal disc) / (A golden metal disc) / ♂ Nikolsk, 16.9.76 (typical Christoph label with black cadre, date on reverse side) / Christoph Coll. (print) / Walsingham Coll. 1910 - 427 (print) / Simaethis atrosignata Christ. Hor. Soc. Ent. Ross. 22 p. 311 (1888) Type ♂ (Walsingham Collection label, in Durrant's hand) /. In the British Museum (Natural History), London.
Simaethis moiwana Matsumura, 1931, 6000 Ill. Ins. Japan : 1080, no. 2195. Syn. nov.
Anthophila moiwana : — Inoue, 1954, Check List Lep. Japan, 1: 49, no. 237.
Holotype, ♀ / Moiwa / 13/IX.1903 / Simaethis moiwana Mats. (all three labels written in black ink) / (A red rectangular empty label) /. The specimen is pinned but not spread and lacks the abdomen. Otherwise it apparently is in good condition and shows the characteristic pattern of the fore wing of the present species, proving its identity. In the Entomological Institute, Hokkaido University, Sapporo.
Hemerophila ussuriensis Danilevsky, 1973, Horae Soc. ent. Union. Sovet., 56: 16,
Classification42.75
Document typearticle
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