Ypsolopha scabrella ( Linnaeus, 1761 )

Jin, Qing, Wang, Shuxia & Li, Houhun, 2013, Review of the genus Ypsolopha Latreille, 1796 from China (Lepidoptera: Ypsolophidae), Zootaxa 3705 (1), pp. 1-91: 25

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Ypsolopha scabrella ( Linnaeus, 1761 )
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Ypsolopha scabrella ( Linnaeus, 1761) 

( Figs 18View FIGURES 12 – 18, 69View FIGURES 69 – 74, 118View FIGURES 117 – 122, 166View FIGURES 164 – 169)

Phalaena scabrella Linnaeus, 1761: 369  .

Harpipteryx scabrella: Treitschke, 1833: 43  ; Wood, 1839: f. 1553.

Theristis scabrella  : Stainton, 1854: 73; Herrich-Schäffer, 1855: 149; Frey, 1856: 74.

Cerostoma scabrella: Heinemann, 1870: 125  ; Snellen, 1882: 548; Meyrick, 1895: 699; Meyrick, 1938: 23.

Phalaena pterodactylella Hübner, 1793: 14  .

Ypsolopha scabrella: Tiedemann, 1985: 291  ; Agassiz, 1996: 92; Poynton, 1996: 26; Nyst, 2001: 36; Baraniak & Vives, 2005: 324; Gershenson & Kozhevnikova, 2013: 111.

Ypolophus scabrellus: Zagulajev, 1989: 487.

Type locality: Sweden.

Adult ( Fig. 18View FIGURES 12 – 18): Wing expanse 21.0−22.0 mm. Forewing with R 4 and R 5 separated ( Fig. 69View FIGURES 69 – 74).

Material examined. 2 ♂♂, 2 ♀♀, Mt. Xinglong, Yuzhong County (35 ° 53 ′ N, 104 °06′ E), Gansu Province, 2120−2230 m, 30.vii− 1.viii. 1993, coll. Houhun Li; 19 ♂♂, 6 ♀♀, Mt. Xinglong, Yuzhong County (35 ° 53 ′ N, 104 °06′ E), Gansu Province, 2178 m, 19−21.viii. 2007, coll. Feng Yang & Hanguang Gao; 1 ♂, Mt. Baiyun, Song County (34 °08′ N, 112 °05′ E), Henan Province, 1400 m, 15.viii. 2008, coll. Houhun Li et al.; 1 ♂, Jiuzhaigou (33 ° 17 ′ N, 103 ° 54 ′ E), Sichuan Province, 2400 m, 6.viii. 2002, coll. Shulian Hao.

Host plants. Rosaceae  : Malus Mill.  , Pyrus communis Linn.  , Prunus domestica Linn.  ; Crataegus Linn.  Cotoneaster Medik.  , Sorbus aucuparia Linn.  ( Zagulajev 1989; Agassiz 1996; Kozhevnikova 2005; Gershenson & Kozhevnikova 2013).

Distribution. China (Gansu, Henan, Sichuan, Yunnan), Russia, Mideast Asia, Asia Minor, Europe.

Diagnosis. This species is similar to Y. acerella Ponomarenko, Sohn et Zinchenko  in the forewing having many erect scales, but can be easily distinguished by having white and brown strips along the veins, which are absent in the latter species. Ypsolopha scabrella  is similar to Y. horridella (Treitschke)  in the male genitalia, but differs in the saccus as long as the socius and sharp at the apex ( Fig. 118View FIGURES 117 – 122), which is 3 / 4 length of the socius and truncate at the apex in the latter species ( Fig. 121View FIGURES 117 – 122). Ypsolopha scabrella  is also similar to Y. amoenella (Christoph)  in the female genitalia, but can be separated by the signum triangular posteriorly ( Fig. 166View FIGURES 164 – 169), which is trapezoid posteriorly in the latter species ( Fig. 157View FIGURES 153 – 157).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Lepidoptera

Family

Plutellidae

Genus

Ypsolopha

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Ypsolopha scabrella ( Linnaeus, 1761 )

Jin, Qing, Wang, Shuxia & Li, Houhun 2013

2013
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Ypsolopha scabrella:

Gershenson 2013: 111
Baraniak 2005: 324
Nyst 2001: 36
Agassiz 1996: 92
Poynton 1996: 26

1996
Loc

Cerostoma scabrella:

Meyrick 1938: 23
Meyrick 1895: 699
Snellen 1882: 548Heinemann 1870: 125

1882
Loc

scabrella

Frey 1856: 74
Herrich-Schaffer 1855: 149
Stainton 1854: 73

1854
Loc

Phalaena scabrella

Linnaeus 1761: 369

Loc

Harpipteryx scabrella:

Treitschke 1833: 43

Loc

Phalaena pterodactylella Hübner, 1793 : 14

Hubner 1793: 14