Ypsolopha mucronella

Jin, Qing, Wang, Shuxia & Li, Houhun, 2013, Review of the genus Ypsolopha Latreille, 1796 from China (Lepidoptera: Ypsolophidae), Zootaxa 3705 (1), pp. 1-91: 39-40

publication ID

http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.3705.1.1

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lsid:zoobank.org:pub:951736E6-A034-4EA8-8A5C-9674628BFF95

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http://treatment.plazi.org/id/5D336942-6174-FFCA-24FF-B5D9FA14FEFD

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scientific name

Ypsolopha mucronella
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Key to species of Ypsolopha mucronella  -group based on male genitalia

1. Phallus shorter than valva............................................................................. 2

- Phallus as long as or longer than valva................................................................... 4

2. Cornuti 1 / 3 length of phallus ( Fig. 134View FIGURES 129 – 134).......................................................... Y. albistriata 

- Cornuti half length of phallus........................................................................... 3

3. Cornuti composed of two rows of small thorns ( Fig. 135View FIGURES 135 – 140)............................................. Y. strigosa 

- Cornuti composed of two broad spines ( Fig. 136View FIGURES 135 – 140).......................................... Y. paristrigosa  sp. nov.

4. Valva triangular ( Fig. 147View FIGURES 147 – 152).............................................................. Y. triangula  sp. nov.

- Valva not triangular.................................................................................. 5

5. Valva widened apically................................................................................ 6

- Valva narrowed apically............................................................................... 8

6. Saccus obviously shorter than socius, phallus slightly longer than valva......................................... 7

- Saccus nearly as long as socius, phallus 1.3 times length of valva ( Fig. 138View FIGURES 135 – 140)................................. Y. longa 

7. Uncus triangular ( Fig. 137View FIGURES 135 – 140)................................................................. Y. nigrofasciata 

- Uncus subulate ( Fig. 145View FIGURES 141 – 146)...................................................................... Y. yasudai 

8. Coecum 2 / 5 length of phallus ( Fig. 153View FIGURES 153 – 157)............................................................. Y. diana 

- Coecum shorter than 1 / 3 length of phallus................................................................. 9

9. Uncus subulate..................................................................................... 10

- Uncus not subulate.................................................................................. 12

10. Phallus as long as valva, curved at middle................................................................ 11

- Phallus 1.2 times length of valva, nearly straight ( Fig. 148View FIGURES 147 – 152)....................................... Y. aurea  sp. nov.

11. Saccus 3 / 4 length of socius, ventral plate of gnathos narrowly tongue-shaped ( Fig. 150View FIGURES 147 – 152).............. Y. chlorina  sp. nov.

- Saccus 3 / 5 length of socius, ventral plate of gnathos broadly tongue-shaped ( Fig. 140View FIGURES 135 – 140)............... Y. umbrina  sp. nov.

12. Saccus sharp at apex................................................................................. 13

- Saccus round at apex................................................................................ 16

13. Uncus triangular, phallus curved at middle ( Fig. 151View FIGURES 147 – 152)............................................... Y. nemorella 

- Uncus degenerate, phallus nearly straight................................................................ 14

14. Valva ovate, saccus narrowed on basal portion............................................................ 15

- Valva elongate ovate, saccus parallel-sided ( Fig. 144View FIGURES 141 – 146)........................................ Y. capitalba  sp. nov.

15. Valva ovate, saccus constricted on basal 1 / 4, coecum relatively shorter ( Fig. 142View FIGURES 141 – 146)........................ Y. ulingensis 

15. Valva ovate, saccus constricted near basal 1 / 4, coecum relatively longer ( Ponomarenko & Zinchenko 2013: Fig. 9View FIGURES 4 – 11).................................................................................................. Y. costibasella 

16. Valva protruded at middle on dorsal margin, phallus straight ( Fig. 146View FIGURES 141 – 146)................................... Y. falcella 

- Valva straight along dorsal margin, phallus somewhat curved................................................ 17

17. Saccus as long as socius, phallus extremely slender ( Fig. 152View FIGURES 147 – 152).................................... Y. bisticta  sp. nov.

- Saccus shorter than socius, phallus relatively broad........................................................ 18

18. Phallus 1.4 times length of valva ( Fig. 141View FIGURES 141 – 146)........................................................ Y. dentella 

- Phallus as long as or slightly longer than valva............................................................ 19

19. Saccus 2 / 3 length of socius, phallus slightly longer than valva................................................ 20

- Saccus 5 / 7 length of socius, phallus as long as valva ( Fig. 149View FIGURES 147 – 152)........................................ Y. blandella 

20. Uncus triangular, ventral plate of gnathos nearly rectangular ( Fig. 143View FIGURES 141 – 146)......................... Y. varidentella  sp. nov.

- Uncus inconspicuous, ventral plate of gnathos ovate ( Fig. 139View FIGURES 135 – 140)........................................... Y. saitoi