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      Dichrorampha carpatalpina sp. n. (Lepidoptera, Tortricidae), a high mountain species of the Romanian Carpathians

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          Dichrorampha carpatalpina sp. n., is described from the Southern Carpathians (Romania). It is closely related to D. inconspiqua (Danilevsky, 1948) and D. podoliensis (Toll, 1942). Adults, male and female genitalia, the habitat of the new species are described and figured and some details of the biology are given. The larva and its host-plant, Achillea oxyloba schurii (Sch. Bip.) Heimerl, are illustrated. The species inhabits the north-facing slopes of the highest regions of the Carpathians. During their flight period from the beginning of July to the beginning of August the moths are on wing in the morning and only in sunny weather.

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          Dichrorampha dinarica, new species, a century of confusion in European lepidopterology (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) resolved by combining morphology and DNA barcoding

          Dichrorampha dinarica, new species, is described from the Dinaric mountains (Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina). The newspecies was formerly confused with D. ligulana (Herrich-Schäffer, 1851) from the Alps and D. rilana Drenowsky, 1909 fromthe Rila mountains (Bulgaria). Therefore, a re-description of D. rilana is provided based on topotypical specimens. The diag-nostic morphological characters of the involved species, supported by significant divergence of the mtDNA barcode (COI fragment of 658 bp), are discussed in detail.
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            Taxonomy of two montane Dichrorampha species from the Balkans and Caucasus (Lepidoptera, Tortricidae)

             Boyan Zlatkov (2016)
            Dichrorampha pentheriana (Rebel, 1917), previously known only from the type locality in Montenegro, is reported from the Vitosha Mountains in Bulgaria, at an altitude of 2100 m. Data on the habitat and the suspected larval host plant (Achillea lingulata Waldst. & Kit., Asteraceae) are provided. A new species, Dichrorampha sakartvelana sp. n., is described from the Georgian Great Caucasus Mountains, at altitude 2280 m. Male and female moths and their genitalia are illustrated with photographs and line drawings.
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              Journal
              Nota Lepidopterologica
              NL
              Pensoft Publishers
              2367-5365
              0342-7536
              April 09 2019
              April 09 2019
              : 42
              : 1
              : 37-48
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              10.3897/nl.42.33412
              © 2019

              http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

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