Eupoecilia kobeana Razowski, 1968, Razowski, 1968

Zhang, Xu & Li, Houhun, 2008, Review of the Chinese species of Eupoecilia Stephens (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae: Cochylini), Zootaxa 1692, pp. 55-68: 63

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scientific name

Eupoecilia kobeana Razowski, 1968
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Eupoecilia kobeana Razowski, 1968  

( Figs. 1 View FIGURE 1 f, 3 c, 4 e)

Eupoecilia kobeana Razowski, 1968: 125   ; Razowski, 1970 a: 282; Kawabe, 1982, 1: 156; Byun et al., 1998: 84; Kuznetsov, 2001: 93; Liu & Li, 2002: 57. TL: Japan (Honshu, Hyogo Prefecture, Kobe).

Material examined. CHINA: Taiwan: 1 ɗ, Mt. Fu, Taibei, 420 m, 31.vii. 2006 (Houhun Li & Xicui Du). Henan Province: 1 ɗ, Tongbai, 300 m, 14.ix. 2000 (Houhun Li & Ole Karsholt). Guizhou Province: 1 ɗ, Maolan, 26.V. 1998 (Qirong Liao). Hunan Province: 1 ɗ, Zhangjiajie, 650 m, 7.viii. 2001 (Houhun Li & Xinpu Wang). Guangxi Zhuangzu Autonomous Region: 1 Ψ, Fangcheng, 270 m, 9.iv. 2002 (Shulian Hao & Huaijun Xue).

Distribution. China (Guangxi, Guizhou, Henan, Hunan, Taiwan, Yunnan), Japan, Korea, Russia.

Diagnosis. Wing expanse 8.5–10.5 mm. This species is superficially similar to E. quinaspinalis   , sp. n., but can be distinguished by the termen without a dark spot at the apex on the forewing ( Fig. 1 View FIGURE 1 f); the male genitalia with the aedeagus having one curved cornutus at the middle, the socius weakly sclerotized, and the sacculus without prominence ( Fig. 3 View FIGURE 3 c); and the female genitalia with the spines of the corpus bursae not forming a radiating arc at the anterior portion in the female genitalia ( Fig. 4 View FIGURE 4 e). In the latter species the termen has a dark spot at the apex on the forewing (1 a); the aedeagus has a straight subbasal cornutus and five strong cornuti in the distal 1 / 3, the socius is well sclerotized, and the sacculus has distinct ventro-distal prominence ( Fig. 2 View FIGURE 2 a); and the anterior portion of the corpus bursae has spines forming an arc at the anterior edge ( Fig. 4 View FIGURE 4 a).

Hyogo

Museum of Nature and Human Activities

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Lepidoptera

Family

Tortricidae

Genus

Eupoecilia

Loc

Eupoecilia kobeana Razowski, 1968

Zhang, Xu & Li, Houhun 2008
2008
Loc

Eupoecilia kobeana

Liu 2002: 57
Kuznetsov 2001: 93
Byun 1998: 84
Razowski 1970: 282
Razowski 1968: 125
1968