Systematic and faunistic data on Neotropical Cochylini (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae), with description of new species. Part 2
51 species are treated. 32 new species (Henricus bibelonus sp.n., H. platanillanus sp.n., H. cuspis sp.n., H. bleptus sp.n., Parirazona bomana sp.n., P. caraca sp.n., Marylinka secunda sp.n., Phalonidia linharesa sp.n., P. phlebotoma sp.n., P. fariasana sp.n., P. cerina sp.n., P. monocera sp.n., P. psephena sp.n., Velhoania paradoxa sp.n., Lasiothyris exoch a sp.n., Macasinia vilhena sp.n., Saphenista rhabducha sp.n., S. chorfascia sp.n., S. scalena sp.n., S. alpha sp.n., S. beta sp.n., S. solisae sp.n., S. novaelimae sp.n., Platphalonidia capadana sp.n., Eugnosta ensinoana sp.n., E. jequieta sp.n., E. cipoana sp.n., E. fernandoana sp.n., Rudenia sepulturae sp.n., Deltophalonia indanzae sp.n., Phaniola caboana sp.n., Caraccochylis framea sp.n., Cochylis serrana sp.n.) and two new genera (Velhoania gen.n., Caraccochylis gen.n.) are described. The material studied is from Mexico, Brazil, and Ecuador. The data on distribution and morphology are provided.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2007-05-01
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