4 edition of Nepticulidae: Insecta found in the catalog.
by Balogh Scientific Books
Written in English
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Key words Nepticulidae, Stigmella fumida, S. aladina, Bohemannia nubila, New record, South Korea L q w u r g x f w l r q The members of the family Nepticulidae, belonging to the Nepticuloidea, are very small moths (wing length: mm) and can be characterized by the strongly enlarged basal segments of the antennae, also referred to as eye. Stigmella erysibodea is a species of moth in the family is endemic to New Zealand.. The length of the forewings is 3–4 mm. The larvae feed on Olearia ilicifolia and Olearia albida. They mine the leaves of their host plants.. References. External links. Fauna of New Zealand - Number Nepticulidae (Insecta: Lepidoptera).
Stigmella cypracma is a species of moth in the family is endemic to New larvae of this species are leaf miners and pupate with their mines. The host species is Brachyglottis repanda. The adult moths are on the wing in February and September to November. Books for Identification Bug Rearing by Charlie Eiseman Yard in Marion Shipping Insects California Trip Florida February Spring Birds Fall Birds Dauphin Island, Al April Splinter Hill Bog April Spring Birds Bird Banding Raptor Rehabilitation News and Events Contact Us.
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That famous New Zealand entomologist George Vernon Hudson ( - ) took an interest in Nepticulidae: Insecta book insects, and with regard to Lepidoptera was guided by Meyrick's advice. In he published what for a long time was the only general book on New Zealand insects, 'Manual of New Zealand Entomology'.
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Twenty-eight species of Nepticulidae are here recognised in the New Zealand fauna, 14 of them new. All are placed in genus Stigmella Schrank, and all except microtheriella Stainton are considered to be endemic.
Two new synonymies are proposed: perissopa Meyrick with cypracma (Meyrick); and erechtitus Watt with ogygia Meyrick. Species. Books & monographs» Fauna of New Zealand Series» Extracts» FNZ Nepticulidae» Methods and Conventions; FNZ 16 - Nepticulidae (Insecta: Lepidoptera) - Methods and Conventions.
Donner, H; Wilkinson, C Nepticulidae (Insecta: Lepidoptera). Fauna of New Zeal 92 pages. Tweet this page; Like this page; Email this page; Share this page; Home»; Publications»; Books & monographs»; Fauna of New Zealand Series»; Extracts». Books & monographs» Fauna of New Zealand Series» Extracts» FNZ Nepticulidae; Fauna of New Zealand Nepticulidae (Insecta: Lepidoptera) Donner, H; Wilkinson, C Nepticulidae (Insecta: Lepidoptera).
Fauna of New Zeal 92 pages. (ISSN (print), ; no. ISBN (print),). Familia: Nepticulidae Genus: Trifurcula Subgenera: T. (Ectoedemia) – T. (Fedalmia) – T. (Glaucolepis) – T. (Levarchama) – T. (Trifurcula) Overview species not. New leaf-mining moths of the family Nepticulidae from Florida.
The Florida Entomologist 61(4): – full article (PDF). Reference page. Nieukerken, E.J., van, A taxonomic revision of the Western Palaearctic species of the subgenera Zimmermannia Hering and Ectoedemia Busck s.
str. (Lepidoptera, Nepticulidae), with notes on their. Šimkevičiūté, A. ; J.R. Stonis & A. Diškus, Taxonomic Checklist of Nepticulidae of Mexico, with the Description of Three New Species from the Pacific Coast (Insecta, Lepidoptera).
Acta Zoologica Lituanica 19 (4): – The American species of the genus Glaucolepis Braun, (Neotrifurcula van Nieukerken, syn. nov.) (Lepidoptera: Nepticulidae). Zootaxa (3): – DOI: /zootaxa Full article (PDF) Reference page. [Considers to be full genus, provides good summation why].
Christopher Wilkinson, U.S. entomologist. Was at Cornell University Contents. 1 Authored taxa; 2 Publications. ; ; ; NEPTICULIDAE The complete faunistic data and remarks on the following Nepticulidae and Opostegidae are given by VAN NIEUKERKEN et al.
(, ), partly by LAŠ TŮ VKA &. First Survey of Nepticulidae (Insecta: Lepidoptera) in Čepkeliai State Nature Reserve, Lithuania Article (PDF Available) in Acta Zoologica Lituanica 16(3) January with 73 Reads.
Nepticulidae is a family of very small moths with a worldwide distribution. They are characterised by eyecaps over the eyes (see also Opostegidae, Bucculatricidae, Lyonetiidae).These pigmy moths or midget moths, as they are commonly known, include the smallest of all living moths, with a wingspan that can be as little as 3 mm in the case of the European pigmy sorrel moth, but more usually species in europe (insect a: lepidoptera: nepticulidae) Jonas R.
STONIS, Andrius REMEIKIS Department of Zoology, V ilnius Pedagogical University, Studentų St. 39, L T V ilnius, Lithuania. PDF | On Jan 1,Jonas Rimantas Stonis published Diškus, A., Stonis, J.
Leaf-mining insects of Lithuania. The Nepticulidae (Lepidoptera): taxonomy. Book. Full-text available. Jun ; (Insecta, Lepidoptera, Nepticulidae) discovered in the northern Andean bush and grass páramo and the central Andean puna at altitudes above m. They. The definition of Stigmella Schrank is disagreeing with the structural characters distinguishing the family Nepticulidae.
Consequently, the generic name Stigmella has to be rejected and the younger but better known and satisfactorily defined name Nepticula Heyden I has been used in this paper.
The family Nepticulidae (Lepidoptera: Nepticuloidea), called as “pygmy moths” or “midget moths”, has been known as the smallest sized moth to date. It comprises 1, species belonging to 22 (van Nieukerken et al. ) or 17 (Stonis et al.,Stonis et al., a, Stonis et. THE NEPTICULIDAE (LEPIDOPTERA) OF CANADA - Volume Supplement - Christopher Wilkinson, M.
Scoble. Nepticulidae is a family of very small moths with a worldwide distribution. .Descriptions or redescriptions of adults and immature stages of the following Nepticulidae are presented: Stigmella pyrivoraS. auromargiinella (Richardson, ), S. pyrellicola (Klimesch), S. cf.
rhamnella (Herrich-Schäffer), Trifurcula erythrogenella de Joannis, and T. minimella Rebel. This fine book treats the Nepticulidae of the former Soviet Union. It provides an illustrated key to all the known species found in this vast region. Included are original descriptions and line drawings of the adult insects and genitalia of over : R.