Ypsolopha vittella

Jin, Qing, Wang, Shuxia & Li, Houhun, 2013, Review of the genus Ypsolopha Latreille, 1796 from China (Lepidoptera: Ypsolophidae), Zootaxa 3705 (1), pp. 1-91: 11-12

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

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scientific name

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

(exclusive of Y. hebeiensis   )

1. Cornuti as two large spines............................................................................ 2

- Cornuti as two clusters of microspines or other types ....................................................... 10

2. Phallus nearly as long as valva ( Fig. 113 View FIGURES 111 – 116 )...................................................... Y. sarmaticella  

- Phallus conspicuously longer than valva.................................................................. 3

3. Saccus longer than socius.............................................................................. 4

- Saccus as long as or shorter than socius................................................................... 5

4. Coecum broader than and 1 / 6 length of phallus ( Fig. 116 View FIGURES 111 – 116 )................................... Y. longisaccata   sp. nov.

- Coecum narrower than and 1 / 3 length of phallus ( Fig. 125 View FIGURES 123 – 128 ).................................... Y. purpurata   sp. nov.

5. Uncus subulate...................................................................................... 6

- Uncus not subulate................................................................................... 7

6. Phallus curved at middle, coecum 1 / 5 length of phallus ( Fig. 109 View FIGURES 105 – 110 )........................... Y. flaviterminata   sp. nov.

- Phallus straight, coecum 1 / 7 length of phallus ( Fig. 110 View FIGURES 105 – 110 )........................................ Y. flavida   sp. nov.

7. Valva broadest at apex ( Fig. 105 View FIGURES 105 – 110 ).................................................................. Y. vittella  

- Valva broadest before apex............................................................................ 8

8. Cornuti stout, 4 / 5 length of phallus ( Fig. 107 View FIGURES 105 – 110 )..................................................... Y. amoenella  

- Cornuti slender, not longer than half length of phallus....................................................... 9

9. Coecum about 1 / 6 length of phallus, cornuti 1 / 3 length of phallus ( Fig. 112 View FIGURES 111 – 116 ).............................. Y. parallela  

- Coecum about 1 / 3 length of phallus, cornuti 1 / 2 length of phallus ( Fig. 119 View FIGURES 117 – 122 )............................... Y. acerella  

10. Vinculum angularly protruded anteriorly on both sides...................................................... 11

- Vinculum rounded anteriorly.......................................................................... 13

11. Saccus 2 / 3 length of socius ( Fig. 114 View FIGURES 111 – 116 )......................................................... Y. parenthesella  

- Saccus 1 / 3 length of socius........................................................................... 12

12. Phallus sharp at apex, coecum 1 / 10 length of phallus ( Fig. 115 View FIGURES 111 – 116 ).................................... Y. albula   sp. nov.

- Phallus not sharp at apex, coecum 1 / 5 length of phallus ( Fig. 117 View FIGURES 117 – 122 )............................ Y. fascimaculata   sp. nov.

13. Cornuti with several larger spines at end of each row of microspines........................................... 14

- Cornuti without larger spine at end of each row of microspines............................................... 17

14. Valva semicircular, phallus strongly curved at middle....................................................... 15

- Valva not semicircular, phallus straight.................................................................. 16

15. Socius sharply narrowed to a thorn on apical 1 / 6, saccus slightly shorter than socius ( Fig. 122 View FIGURES 117 – 122 )...... Y. mucronulata   sp. nov.

- Socius gradually narrowed to a point distally, saccus 2 / 3 length of socius ( Fig. 123 View FIGURES 123 – 128 )................. Y. bicostata   sp. nov.

16. Saccus longer than socius ( Fig. 111 View FIGURES 111 – 116 )............................................................. Y. asperella  

- Saccus shorter than socius ( Fig. 106 View FIGURES 105 – 110 )............................................................. Y. japonica  

17. Socius dilated at middle ( Fig. 108 View FIGURES 105 – 110 )............................................................ Y. leuconotella  

- Socius not dilated at middle........................................................................... 18

18. Coecum 1 / 3 length of phallus.......................................................................... 19

- Coecum 1 / 5 length of phallus.......................................................................... 20

19. Saccus as long as socius, sharp at apex ( Fig. 118 View FIGURES 117 – 122 )................................................... Y. scabrella  

- Saccus 3 / 4 length of socius, truncate at apex ( Fig. 121 View FIGURES 117 – 122 )............................................. Y. horridella  

20. Anellus densely hairy on distal half ( Fig. 120 View FIGURES 117 – 122 )........................................................ Y. yangi  

- Anellus sparsely denticular ( Fig. 124 View FIGURES 123 – 128 )..................................................... Y. latiuscula   sp. nov.