Ypsolopha nemorella ( Linnaeus, 1758 )

Jin, Qing, Wang, Shuxia & Li, Houhun, 2013, Review of the genus Ypsolopha Latreille, 1796 from China (Lepidoptera: Ypsolophidae), Zootaxa 3705 (1), pp. 1-91: 54-55

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Ypsolopha nemorella ( Linnaeus, 1758 )
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Ypsolopha nemorella ( Linnaeus, 1758) 

( Figs 51View FIGURES 48 – 54, 100View FIGURES 98 – 104, 151View FIGURES 147 – 152, 195View FIGURES 194 – 197)

Phalaena (Tinea) nemorella Linnaeus, 1758: 536  .

Tinea nemorella Thunberg, 1794: 97  .

Harpipteryx nemorella (Linnaeus)  : Wood: f. 1530; Herrich-Schäffer, 1855: 149; Frey, 1856: 75. Cerostoma nemorella (Linnaeus)  : Caradja, 1920: 94; Heinemann, 1870: 126; Snell, 1882: 536; Meyrick, 1895: 699. Tinea hamella Hübner, 1805  : f. 282.

Ypsolophus cultrea Haworth, 1828: 482  .

Theristis nemorella (Linnaeus)  : Stainton, 1854: 73.

Cerostama ninella Krulikovski, 1909: 275.

Ypsolopha nemorellus (Linnaeus)  : Moriuti, 1977: 96.

Ypsolophus blandellus (Linnaeus)  : Yang, 1977: 104, misidentification. Ypsolopha nemorella (Linnaeus)  : Agassiz, 1996: 91; Baraniak & Vives, 2005: 324; Sohn, et al., 2010: 33. Type locality: Europe (Xylofleo).

Adult ( Fig. 51View FIGURES 48 – 54): Wing expanse 21.0−23.0 mm. Forewing with CuA 1 and CuA 2 separated ( Fig. 100View FIGURES 98 – 104).

Material examined. 1 ♀, Mt. Tianmu (30 ° 26 ′ N, 119 ° 34 ′ E), Zhejiang Province, 1140 m, 17.viii. 1999, coll. Houhun Li et al.; 1 ♂, 1 ♀, Mt. Badagong, Sangzhi County (29 ° 23 ′ N, 110 ° 11 ′ E), Hunan Province, 1250 m, 12−13.viii. 2001, coll. Houhun Li, Xinpu Wang; 1 ♂, Zhangjiajie (29 ° 49 ′ N, 110 ° 26 ′ E), Hunan Province, 560 m, 7.vii. 2001, coll. Houhun Li, Xinpu Wang; 1 ♂, Mt. Fanjing (27 ° 55 ′ N, 108 ° 41 ′ E), Guizhou Province, 2100 m, 30.vii. 2001, coll. Houhun Li, Xinpu Wang. 1 ♀, Mt. Hua (34 ° 24 ′ N, 110 ° 54 ′ E), Shaanxi Province, 21.viii. 1962, coll. Fasheng Li; 1 ♀, Mt. Hua (34 ° 24 ′ N, 110 ° 54 ′ E), Shaanxi Province, 21.viii. 1962, coll. Jikun Yang ( CAUAbout CAU).

Distribution. China (Anhui, Guizhou, Gansu, Heilongjiang, Hunan, Shaanxi, Zhejiang), Japan, Russia, Europe.

Diagnosis. This species is allied to Y. diana (Caradja)  superficially, but can be distinguished by having a small black dot at end of the cell ( Fig. 51View FIGURES 48 – 54), and the separated CuA 1 and CuA 2 of the forewing ( Fig. 100View FIGURES 98 – 104); in Y. diana (Caradja)  , there is a triangular black patch at end of the cell, and CuA 1 and CuA 2 are stalked ( Fig. 102View FIGURES 98 – 104). Ypsolopha nemorella  is similar to Y. ulingensis Yang  and Y. capitalba  sp. nov. in the male genitalia, but differs in the triangular uncus and the medially curved phallus ( Fig. 151View FIGURES 147 – 152); in the latter two species, the uncus is degenerate and the phallus is nearly straight. Ypsolopha nemorella  is also similar to Y. yasudai Moriuti  in the female genitalia, but can be separated by the short signum that is 1 / 3 length of the corpus bursae ( Fig. 195View FIGURES 194 – 197), while the signum is 1 / 2 length of the corpus bursae in the latter species ( Fig. 189View FIGURES 188 – 193).

CAU

China Agricultural University

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Lepidoptera

Family

Plutellidae

Genus

Ypsolopha

Loc

Ypsolopha nemorella ( Linnaeus, 1758 )

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

2013
Loc

Ypsolopha nemorellus

Moriuti 1977: 96

1977
Loc

Ypsolophus blandellus

Sohn 2010: 33
Baraniak 2005: 324
Agassiz 1996: 91
Yang 1977: 104

1977
Loc

Harpipteryx nemorella

Caradja 1920: 94
Meyrick 1895: 699
Snell 1882: 536
Heinemann 1870: 126
Frey 1856: 75
Herrich-Schaffer 1855: 149

1855
Loc

Theristis nemorella

Stainton 1854: 73

1854
Loc

Phalaena (Tinea) nemorella

Linnaeus 1758: 536

Loc

Tinea nemorella

Thunberg 1794: 97

Loc

Ypsolophus cultrea

Haworth 1828: 482