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Composition of the subfamily Periacminae (Lepidoptera, Lypusidae) with Descriptions of new and little known species of the genus Meleonoma Meyrick, 1914 from South, East, and South-East Asia
  • A. Lvovsky
  • Biology
  • Entomological Review
  • 23 October 2015
The subfamily Periacminae is characterized by the structure of the valva, with sacculus sharply separated from the remaining part of the valva. The subfamily includes two tribes: Periacmini Lvovsky,Expand
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Comments on the classification and phylogeny of broad-winged moths (Lepidoptera, Oecophoridae sensu lato)
  • A. Lvovsky
  • Biology
  • Entomological Review
  • 24 April 2012
The broad-winged moths (Oecophoridae sensu lato) belong to the family complex Gelechiiformes with 4 (Kuznetzov and Stekolnikov, 2001) or 6 (Sinev, 1992) superfamilies. The classification of theseExpand
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The genus Ashinaga Matsumura, 1929 and its position in the classification of the gelechioid moths (Lepidoptera, Gelechiiformes)
Ashinaga Matsumura, 1929 is most closely related to Lactistica Meyrick, 1907. The only difference between these genera is the presence of long scales on the male antennae in Ashinaga and theirExpand
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New records of Lepidoptera from the South of West Siberian Plain
The paper contains information on 26 Lepidoptera species from Omsk and Novosibirsk Provinces that are firstly reported from the territory of these Provinces. 7 of them are new for the West SiberianExpand
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Paralypusa, a new genus of the family Lypusidae (Lepidoptera: Gelechioidea) from China
A new eastern-palaearctic monotypic genus of the gelechioid moths, Paralypusa gen. nov., is established for the Chinese species Paralypusa chinensis (Lvovsky, 2010), comb. nov. This genus isExpand
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Abundance of day-flying Lepidoptera along an air pollution gradient in the northern boreal forest zone¹
Day-active lepidopterans were counted in the summers of 1991-1993 on transects of 5 x 100 min 12 localities representing five zones of pollutioninduced forest deterioration in the Kola Peninsula,Expand
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A new genus of broad-winged moths of the family Cryptolechiidae (Acryptolechia, Lepidoptera, Gelechioidea) from southeastern Asia
The new genus, Acryptolechia (Lepidoptera, Cryptolechiidae), with the type species Cryptolechia malacobyrsa Meyrick, 1921 is described. The differences between this species and the type species ofExpand
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Use of the characters of trophic specialization in the taxonomy of the broad-winged moths (Lepidoptera: Oecophoridae, Chimabachidae, Amphisbatidae, Depressariidae)
Trophic specialization of the larvae of Oecophorid moths from the Palaearctic Region is investigated. The former family Oecophoridae (sensu lato) is presently considered a polyphyletic group and isExpand
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