4 edition of The Yponomeutinae (Lepidoptera) of the world exclusive of the Americas found in the catalog.
The Yponomeutinae (Lepidoptera) of the world exclusive of the Americas
Zlata S. Gershenson
by North-Holland in Amsterdam, New York
Includes bibliographical references (p. 53-58) and indexes.
|Statement||Zlata S. Gershenson and Sandrine A. Ulenberg.|
|Series||Verhandelingen, Afdeling Natuurkunde. Tweede reeks / Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van Wetenschappen ;, d. 99, Verhandelingen der Koninklijke Nederlandsche Akademie van Wetenschappen, Afdeeling Natuurkunde., d. 99.|
|Contributions||Ulenberg, Sandrine A.|
|LC Classifications||Q57 .A533 deel 99|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 202 p. :|
|Number of Pages||202|
|LC Control Number||98227688|
Food Plant: Pinus sylvestris (Scots Pine), Pinus contorta (Lodgepole Pine) Mine: March - April Pupa: In a white cocoon on the ground. The pupa is initially green, then darkens as it matures. Notes: The larva feeds within the needle from the base to tip and exits close to the tip. During the mining phase the larva is orange red, but on emergence is shiny green. Scythropia crataegella, the hawthorn moth, is a species of moth in the family Plutellidae from western is usually placed in a small subfamily Scythropiinae, which is sometimes included in the Yponomeutinae of the Yponomeutidae.. Described as Phalaena crataegella by Linnaeus in , it was made the type species of Scythropia, the only Scythropiinae genus currently recognized, by.
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Subfamily: Yponomeutinae (Yponomeutine Moths) Swammerdamia caesiella (Hubner, ) Swammerdamia pyrella Rufous-tipped Swammerdamia Moth (de Villers, ) Yponomeuta atomocella Hop-tree Ermine Moth (Dyar, ) Yponomeuta cagnagellus (Hubner, ) Yponomeuta malinellus Apple The Yponomeutinae book Moth (Zeller, ).
Yponomeutinae is a subfamily of "micromoths" in the lepidopteran family Yponomeutidae (ermine moths). As their scientific name implies, this is the subfamily containing the type genus of the ermine moths, subfamily has worldwide distribution.
A few species usually separated as subfamily Scythropiinae are sometimes placed here too. Selected generaClass: Insecta. Material and Methods. Historical Review. Morphological descriptions of the adults, eggs, larvae and pupae. Biology.
Host plant associations. Distribution. Classification. Key to the genera based on external characters of the adults. Key to the genera based on the male genitalia. References. Annotated List of Species of the Yponomeutinae. Introductary chapters contain a.o.
a historical review, a list of hostplants, a checklist and a list of Yponomeutid genera excluded from this subfamily. Also a key for the 25 listed genera and a key for the species of Yponomeuta is provided.
Sohn, J.-C. ; C.-S. Wu & H.-L. Han, Three new species of Yponomeutinae (Lepidoptera: Yponomeutidae) from China with faunistic supplements and an updated list of the Chinese species of the subfamily.
Journal of Natural History 44 (45 & 46): – DOI: / Book review. The Yponomeutinae (Lepidoptera) of the world exclusive of the Americas. Ermine moths, family Yponomeutidae, total species worldwide; actual fauna likely exceeds species.
Three subfamilies are recognized: Saridoscelinae, Yponomeutinae, and Cedestinae. The family is part of the superfamily Yponomeutoidea in the section Tineina, subsection Tineina, of. All genera of the family Yponomeutidae in the order Lepidoptera with additional data and images. in Gershenson & Ulenberg’s () book on the Yponomeutinae.
No general consensus exists regarding the ranks of the higher taxa in Yponomeutidae. Some authors. Zelleria asiatica Na, Bae & Ponomarenko, sp. nov. is described from Korea and Russia. Three species are redescribed and provided with a key to species, illustrations of adult, male and female.
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Gershenson and S. Ulenberg. Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van. Familia: Yponomeutidae Subfamiliae (2): Saridoscelinae – Yponomeutinae Name . Yponomeutidae Stephens, References  Primary references .
Stephens, J.F. A systematic catalogue of British insects: being an attempt to arrange all the hitherto discovered indigenous insects in accordance with their natural affinities, containing also the references to every English writer on. An invasion of caterpillars has city covered in webs, 25 MayDutch Daily News.; Alien invasions, horror stories, or just the Ermine moth?, 17 JuneNatural History Museum.
Caterpillars infesting trees in Lewes, 13 MaySussex Express.; Ermine moth larvae infest Bradford park, 19 MayBBC News Online.; Web of intrigue on Jesus Green trees, 19 MayCambridge Evening News. Abstract: This is the first part of the World Catalogue of Insects of the superfamily Yponomeutoidea with the most current scientific classification, synonymies and misspellings.
Primary type locations, status, depositories, reference citations, zoogeographic distributions, known host plants, explanatory notes and corrections are given. Yponomeuta is a large genus of moths of the family has described member species.
Familia: Yponomeutidae Subfamilia: Yponomeutinae Genus: Thecobathra Species: Thecobathra tetragona Name . Thecobathra tetragona Liu, Type locality: China. Sandrine A. Ulenberg This study presents the results of cladistic analyses of the morphology of 1) the subfamilies of the Yponomeutidae, 2) the genera of the Yponomeutinae, and 3) the species of Yponomeuta Latreille, The sequential steps in the evolution of the host plant associations, the presumed key factor in the processes of speciation within Yponomeuta, as.
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