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prunifoliella group

Stigmella? - Stigmella prunifoliella Wild Cherry Leaf Miner ID Request - Stigmella prunifoliella St. Andrews leaf miner on Rhus copallina SA 105 2015 2 - Stigmella intermedia Unid Leafminer Gtr1 - Stigmella rhoifoliella Nepticulid like mine from Rhus glabra - Stigmella intermedia Prunus leafminer - Stigmella? - Stigmella prunifoliella Miner - Stigmella intermedia Stigmella rhoifoliella
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Classification
Kingdom Animalia (Animals)
Phylum Arthropoda (Arthropods)
Subphylum Hexapoda (Hexapods)
Class Insecta (Insects)
Order Lepidoptera (Butterflies and Moths)
Superfamily Nepticuloidea (Pygmy Leafmining Moths)
Family Nepticulidae
Genus Stigmella
No Taxon prunifoliella group
Synonyms and other taxonomic changes
The name "prunifoliella group" is now preferred to the older “prunetorum group” because the prunifoliella group contains several North American species, whereas the name “prunetorum group” was based on a single European species. (1)
Numbers
6 described species in North America; 9 worldwide (1)
Food
Hosts are in Anacardiaceae (2 spp.), Malvaceae (1 sp.), Rhamnaceae (1 sp.), and Rosaceae (1 sp.); the host of S. cerea is unknown.