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Species Xystrologa n-sp-five - Xystrologa new sp. #5 – Davis - Hodges#0426.6

Xystrologa new sp. #5 - Hodges #0426.6 - Xystrologa n-sp-five moth - Xystrologa n-sp-five 0426.6 - Xystrologa n-sp-five Xystrologa new sp. #5 - Hodges #0426.6 - Xystrologa n-sp-five micro moth - Xystrologa n-sp-five micromoth - Xystrologa n-sp-five Xystrologa n. sp. #5 (426.6) - Xystrologa n-sp-five Moth - Xystrologa n-sp-five
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Classification
Kingdom Animalia (Animals)
Phylum Arthropoda (Arthropods)
Subphylum Hexapoda (Hexapods)
Class Insecta (Insects)
Order Lepidoptera (Butterflies and Moths)
Superfamily Tineoidea (Tubeworm, Bagworm, and Clothes Moths)
Family Tineidae (Clothes Moths)
No Taxon (Tineidae "Clade A" Regier et al., 2014)
Genus Xystrologa
Species n-sp-five (Xystrologa new sp. #5 – Davis - Hodges#0426.6)
Hodges Number
0426.6
Synonyms and other taxonomic changes
Xystrologa new sp. #5 – Davis
Numbers
There is one named species of the genus Xystrologa in America north of Mexico.
At least 5 new species to be published soon. (Davis 2013)
Identification
"Richard Brown sent to you also the note that your recent Tineid is Xystrologa n. sp. I have saved it as 0426.6, but we will not know which of the 5-7 new Xystrologa it actually is until Don Davis publishes a revision of the genus." [Bob Patterson 3-19-13]
Range
Florida
Remarks
Dr. Davis recently corresponded with Robert Zimlich (10/23/2014), "I now have nearly all of the illustrations done for the N. American paper (~ 6 new species) but I have been busy trying to complete several other papers. As soon as these are done in about a year, I will begin to work on the Xystrologa again as well as a paper on the genus Dryadaula."
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