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Pseudohampsonella: A New Genus of Limacodidae (Lepidoptera: Zygaenoidea) from China, and Three New Species
Abstract A new genus, Pseudohampsonella gen. n. (type-species: Pseudohampsonella erlanga Solovyev & Saldaitis), and three new species, Pseudohampsonella erlanga sp. n. Solovyev & Saldaitis (fromExpand
Irene litanga, a new genus and new species in the Polia generic-complex from China (Lepidoptera, Noctuidae, Hadeninae, Hadenini).
This is the third paper since 2013 dealing with members of the Polia-complex in the Himalayan region and particularly the mountainous areas of Central China, and the discovery of a new genus within the Polian genus group again demonstrates the fascinating and surprising diversity of the region. Expand
New UNderwiNg taxa of the sectioN of CatoCala lesbia christoph, 1887 (Lepidoptera, NoctUidae)
Herein, the species group related to Catocala lesbian Christoph, 1887 is revised. The following new species are described: Catocala olgaorlovae Kravchenko et al. sp. n. from Israel and Egypt,Expand
Cossidae of the Socotra Archipelago (Yemen)
Abstract The faunistic composition of the family Cossidae (Lepidoptera) of the Socotra Archipelago is revised. Five species are recognized, including two new species (Mormogystia brandstetteri andExpand
New Noctuidae species from China (Lepidoptera, Noctuoidea)
Light trapping yielded numerous noctuid moths including four new species, described herein, which reflect the high diversity of some genera in SW China, and the biogeographical connections of the Tibetan Plateau to Central Asia. Expand
Description of two new species of Meharia Chrétien, 1915 (Lepidoptera: Cossidae) from East Africa.
Two unknown species of Meharia were collected in Kenya and Malawi and are described here as new and have specific tineoid appearance and labial palpi twice as long as the head diameter. Expand
A new species of CatoCala from isrAel (lepidopterA, noctuidAe)
Catocala amnonfreidbergi sp. n. from Israel, Upper Galilee (Nahal Bezet), is described and distinguished from the closely related Catocala nupta (Linnaeus, 1767). In addition, the habitat of theExpand
Description of two new species of Noctuidae from China (Lepidoptera, Noctuoidea)
Two new Noctuidae species Orthosia wangwene and Cirrhia spalvota from China's Sichuan province are described and can be distinguished by differences in wing pattern, genitalia and distribution. Expand
Two new Perigrapha species from China (Lepidoptera, Noctuidae)
Two new species of Perigrapha Lederer, 1857 are described, which differ slightly externally as well as by genitalia and DNA barcodes from Japan, Russia and China, respectively. Expand