Diagnostics of new species of Neotropical Tischeriidae (Lepidoptera), with the first record of Coptotriche Walshingham from South America.

@article{Stonis2019DiagnosticsON,
  title={Diagnostics of new species of Neotropical Tischeriidae (Lepidoptera), with the first record of Coptotriche Walshingham from South America.},
  author={Jonas R. Stonis and Arūnas Di{\vs}kus and Andrius Remeikis and Liliana Katinas and Nixon Cumbicus Torres and Jack C. Schuster and Julia Puplesyte-Chambers},
  journal={Zootaxa},
  year={2019},
  volume={4691 1},
  pages={
          zootaxa.4691.1.1
        }
}
We describe seven new Neotropical species of Tischeriidae: Astrotischeria dondavisi Stonis Diškus, sp. nov., A. bacchariphaga Diškus Stonis, sp. nov., A. guatemalica Diškus Stonis, sp. nov., A. sanjosei Stonis Diškus, sp. nov., A. truncata Diškus Stonis, sp. nov., Coptotriche parvisacculata Diškus Stonis, sp. nov. and C. carmencita Stonis Diškus, sp. nov. We report the discovery of Coptotriche Walsingham in South America and provide the following new host-plant records for the Neotropical… Expand

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