Paradasycera – a new genus of the broad-winged moths (Lepidoptera, Oecophoridae) from the Russian Far East

A.L. Lvovsky & S.Yu. Sinev

Abstract. A new eastern-palaearctic monotypic genus of the broad-winged moths, Paradasycera gen. nov., is described. It is related to the European genus Dasycera Stephens, 1829, from which differs by the very short ovipositor in female and slightly pointed apex of the fore wing. The type species of the genus, Paradasycera insignis (Christoph, 1882), comb. nov., is redescribed.
Key words: Paradasycera insignis, Oecophoridae, new genus, new combination, Russia, Far East

Zoosystematica Rossica, 2011, 20(2): 330-333  ▪  Published in print 25 December 2011


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