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Species Ancylis comptana - Strawberry Leafroller - Hodges#3374

 
 
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Different continents, same species? Resolving the taxonomy of some Holarctic Ancylis Hübner (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae)
By Gilligan, T.M, P. Huemer & B. Wiesmair
Zootaxa 4178 (3):347-370, 2016
Abstract: Several species of Ancylis related to A. unguicella (Linnaeus) and A. geminana (Donovan) have been presumed by previous authors to be Holarctic. However, difficulty in identifying genitalic characters to define and separate these taxa has brought into question their true distribution and led to inconsistencies in their taxonomic treatment in Europe and North America. Here we use a combination of DNA barcode sequence data and morphology to resolve these taxonomic differences, determine the actual geographic range of these taxa, and describe three new species. In the A. unguicella group, only A. unguicella and A. uncella (Denis & Schiffermüller) are Holarctic in distribution. In the A. geminana group, none of the taxa are Holarctic in their distribution. Three species are described as new: A. christiandiana Huemer and Wiesmair, sp.n. (Austria, Germany); A. oregonensis Gilligan and Huemer, sp.n. (USA: Oregon); and A. saliana Gilligan and Huemer, sp.n. (USA: Florida). In addition, Ancylis carbonana Heinrich, syn.n., is synonymized with A. uncella; A. cuspidana (Treitschke), syn.rev., is synonymized with A. diminutana (Haworth); and A. diminuatana Kearfott, stat.rev., and A. subarcuana (Douglas), stat.rev., are raised from synonymy.

A new species of Eucosma Hübner and two new species of Cydia Hübner (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) from the United States
By Richard L. Brown and Christi Jaeger
Zootaxa 3860(3): 226-234, 2014

New North American species of Eucosmini (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae).
By André Blanchard & Edward C. Knudson
Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 85(4): 845-852, 1983
Blanchard, A. & E.C. Knudson. 1983. New North American species of Eucosmini (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 85(4): 845-852.

Critical remarks on the synonymy of certain Anchylopera species, with descriptions of new species (Lepidoptera, Eucosmidae)
By James Halliday McDunnough
American Museum Novitates, 1725: 1-15, 1955
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The Aesculus-feeding species of Exartema with description of a new species (Lepidoptera, Eucosmidae)
By Annette F. Braun
Ohio Journal of Science, 51(6): 353-357, 1951
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Redefinition of the tribe Bactrini and revised status of genera Taniva (Heinrich) and Hulda (Heinrich) ...
By P. T. Dang
Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 44(2): 77-87 , 1990

Notes on some North American moths of the subfamily Eucosminae
By Carl Heinrich
Proceedings of the United States National Museum 75(2779): 1-23, 1929

New host records for Olethreutinae (Tortricidae)
By Richard L. Brown, J. F. Gates Clarke, Dale H. Habeck
Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 37(3): 224-227, 1983

 
 
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