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: 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 female genitalia

(exclusive of Y. asperella   , Y. albula   sp. nov., Y. longisaccata   sp. nov. and Y. horridella   )

1. Signum with one transverse ridge....................................................................... 2

- Signum with two transverse ridges...................................................................... 5

2. Lamella postvaginalis Y-shaped ( Fig. 161 View FIGURES 158 – 163 )................................................... Y. flavida   sp. nov.

- Lamella postvaginalis V-shaped......................................................................... 3

3. Ductus bursae sclerotized on posterior 4 / 5 ( Fig. 172 View FIGURES 170 – 175 )........................................... purpurata   sp. nov.

- Ductus bursae membranous............................................................................ 4

4. Ductus bursae twisted near corpus bursae, signum narrowed posteriorly ( Fig. 171 View FIGURES 170 – 175 )................. Y. latiuscula   sp. nov.

- Ductus bursae not twisted near corpus bursae, signum ovate ( Fig. 160 View FIGURES 158 – 163 )....................... Y. flaviterminata   sp. nov.

5. Ductus bursae broadened to corpus bursae, not distinctly separated from corpus bursae............................. 6

- Ductus bursae narrow, distinctly separable from corpus bursae................................................ 8

6. Ductus bursae sclerotized entirely ( Fig. 155 View FIGURES 153 – 157 )......................................................... Y. vittella  

- Ductus bursae membranous............................................................................ 7

7. Signum 3 / 5 length of corpus bursae ( Fig. 169 View FIGURES 164 – 169 )............................................ Y. mucronulata   sp. nov.

- Signum 1 / 2 length of corpus bursae ( Fig. 170 View FIGURES 170 – 175 ).............................................. Y. bicostata   sp. nov.

8. Intersegmental membrane between papilla analis and 8 th abdominal segment longer than abdomen ( Fig. 156 View FIGURES 153 – 157 )... Y. japonica  

- Intersegmental membrane between papilla analis and 8 th abdominal segment as long as or shorter than abdomen........ 9

9. Ductus bursae shorter than corpus bursae................................................................ 10

- Ductus bursae longer than corpus bursae................................................................. 12

10. Ductus bursae granulous before inception of ductus seminalis, signum rounded on anterior half ( Fig. 158 View FIGURES 158 – 163 )..... Y. hebeiensis  

- Ductus bursae granulous from inception of ductus seminalis to corpus bursae, signum rhombic on anterior half......... 11

11. Signum trapezoid posteriorly ( Fig. 157 View FIGURES 153 – 157 )......................................................... Y. amoenella  

- Signum triangular posteriorly ( Fig. 166 View FIGURES 164 – 169 )................................................. Y. scabrella (Linnaeus)  

12. Lamella postvaginalis convex on posterior margin ( Fig. 167 View FIGURES 164 – 169 )........................................... Y. acerella  

- Lamella postvaginalis concave on posterior margin........................................................ 13

13. Corpus bursae rounded............................................................................... 14

- Corpus bursae long ovate or triangular.................................................................. 16

14. Ductus bursae twisted near corpus bursae ( Fig. 162 View FIGURES 158 – 163 )................................................. Y. parallela  

- Ductus bursae straight, not twisted near corpus bursae...................................................... 15

15. Lamella postvaginalis V-shaped, ductus bursae granulous on posterior 1 / 3 ( Fig. 165 View FIGURES 164 – 169 )............. Y. fascimaculata   sp. nov.

- Lamella postvaginalis Y-shaped, ductus bursae entirely smooth ( Fig. 163 View FIGURES 158 – 163 )............................ Y. sarmaticella  

16. Corpus bursae triangular ( Fig. 159 View FIGURES 158 – 163 )............................................................ Y. leuconotella  

- Corpus bursae long ovate............................................................................. 17

17. Ductus bursae 1.7 times length of corpus bursae ( Fig. 168 View FIGURES 164 – 169 ).............................................. Y. yangi  

- Ductus bursae 1.25 times length of corpus bursae ( Fig. 164 View FIGURES 164 – 169 )....................................... Y. parenthesella