Ethmidae of the former USSR and neighbouring countries

V.V.Dubatolov

Ethmia Hubner
1. E. distigmatella (Erschoff, 1874) - Transcaucasia, Turkmenia, Uzbekistan. Greece, Turkey, Iran, Afghanistan.

2. E. turkmeniella Dubatolov et Ustjuzhanin, 1998 - SE Turkmenia (Kara-Kum, Kuhitang Mts.).

3. E. quadrinotella (Mann, 1861) - Caucasus, Transcaucasia, Middle Asia.North Africa (from Morocco), South-West Asia (to Arabia), Asia minor, Near East, Iran, Afghanistan.

[E. lepidella (Chretien, 1907) - North Africa, Near East, Iraq.]

4. E. vittalbella (Christoph, 1877) - S, SE European part, Transcaucasia, Kazakhstan, Middle Asia, [?Primorye - Dubatolov, Ustjuzhanin, Zintshenko, 1997]. North Africa, Near East, Asia minor, Iran, Afghanistan, NW China (Kuldzha).

5. E. duodecia (Haworth, [1828]) - SW, S, E European part, Transcaucasia, south of West Siberia, South Transbaikalia [Dubatolov, Ustjuzhanin, Zintshenko, 1997]. Central and South Europe, Asia minor, Iran.

6. E. ermineella (Walsingham, 1880) - Transbaikalia (Sokhondo Nature Reserve: Agutsakan) [Bidzilya, Budashkin, Kostjuk, 1998]. N India (Punjab); Nepal; China (Tibet, Sichuan, Yunan); Upper Burma, Tongking.

7. E. septempunctata (Christoph, 1882) - Primorye. Japan.

8. E. funerella (Fabricius, 1787) - Central, South of European part, Kazakhstan, Middle Asia, south of West Siberia, NE Altai [Dubatolov, Ustjuzhanin, Zintshenko, 1997]. Central Europe.

9. E. fumidella (Wocke, 1850) - Ukraine [NEW LOCALITY: Kiev vic., 18.IV.1989, V.V.Dubatolov & I.Yu.Kostjuk leg.], Transcaucasia. Central Europe, Balkans, Asia minor.

10. E. candidella (Alpheraky, 1908) - SW, S, SE European part, Transcaucasia, Kazakhstan, Turkmenia, Uzbekistan, Kirghizia, Tadzhikistan. Central, South Europe, North Africa, Asia minor, Near East.

11. E. pusiella (Linnaeus, 1758) - European part, Transcaucasia, Kazakhstan, Issyk-kul, Pamir, West Siberia (south part of West-Siberian plain, Altai, Minusinsk), ?Primorye. West Europe, Asia minor, Mongolia (Dzabkhan, Khubsugul aimak), NW China (Yulduz).
a. E. pusiella deletella de Lattin, 1963 - E Kazakhstan, Issyk-kul, Siberia, ?Primorye. Mongolia, NW China.

[E. rothschildi (Rebel, 1912) - Romania.]

12. E. terminella Fletcher, 1938 - SW, S European part. Central, South Europe, North Africa, Near East, Asia minor.

13. E. aurifluella (Hubner, [1810]) - SW, S, SE European part, South Cisuralia, Kazakhstan. Central, South Europe, North Africa, Asia minor, Near East, Iran.

14. E. lugubris (Staudinger, 1879) - West Ukraine. Austria, Balkans.

15. E. vidua (Staudinger, 1879) - Kazakhstan, Central Siberia. May be a subspecies of the former.
a. E. vidua vidua (Staudinger, 1879) - Kazakhstan (Zaisan).
b. E. vidua flavilaterella Danilevsky, 1975 - Burjatia, Jakutia.

16. E. quadripunctella (Eversmann, 1844) - Volga basin, Cisuralia (Spassk, Chistopol).

17. E. soljanikovi Danilevsky et Zaguljaev, 1975 - E Altai, Tuva (Mongun-taiga). Mongolia (Dzabkhan, Khubsugul).

18. E. sibirica Danilevsky, 1975 - Burjatia (Tunkinskie Mts.).

19. E. ubsensis Zagulajev, 1975 - Tuva (Erzin); Transbaikalia (Kyra) [Bidzilya, Budashkin, Kostjuk, 1998]. Mongolia (Uvs-Nur).

20. E. zaguljaevi Kostjuk, 1980 - SE Altai.

21. E. maracandica (Rebel, 1901) - Middle Asia.

22. E. pyrausta (Pallas, 1771) - NW, C E European part, Urals, Kazakhstan, Siberia (Tuva, Bunbui, Irkutsk, east to ?Shantar Is.). North, Central Europe, Mongolia (Ulan-Bator), China (Kuldzha).

23. E. discripitella (Rebel, 1901) - South Ural (Guberli), Altaiskii krai Province [Dubatolov, Ustjuzhanin, Zintshenko, 1997].

24. E. bipunctella (Fabricius, 1775) - S European part, Transcaucasia, Middle Asia, Kazakhstan, south of West Siberia [Dubatolov, Ustjuzhanin, Zintshenko, 1997]. South Europe, North Africa, Near East, North America.

[E. plagiopa Meyrick, 1918 - E, C Afghanistan, Kashmir.]

25. E. cirrhocnemia (Lederer, 1870) - S, SE European part, Transcaucasia, Kazakhstan, Middle Asia, South Siberia (Minusinsk, Irkutsk region (Ust'-Kut), Transbaikalia), Magadan Province (S part), Amur basin. Iran, Mongolia, C China (Shansi).

26. E. namangana (Rebel, 1901) - Uzbekistan.

27. E. iranella Zerny, 1940 - Middle Asia. Central (Hungary: Agasegyhaza), South Europe, Asia minor, Near East, Iran.

[E. treitschkeella (Staudinger, 1879) - Asia minor.]

28. E. chrysopyga (Zeller, 1844) - Caucasus, Transcaucasia. Central, South Europe, Asia minor.

29. E. (chrysopyga) staudingeri (Rebel, 1901) - Kazakhstan. Asia minor.

[E. caradjae (Rebel, 1907) - Asia minor, Iran, Iraq.]

30. E. haemorrhoidella (Eversmann, 1844) - SW, S, SE European part, Caucasus, Transcaucasia. South Europe, Asia minor.

[E. similis Sattler, 1967 - South Middle Asia. Asia minor, Iraq.]

[E. afghana Sattler, 1967 - Afghanistan (Kabul).]

[E. derdendella Sattler, 1967 - Iran (Derbend, N of Teheran).]

[E. infelix Meyrick, 1914 - Asia minor, Iraq.]

31. E. elimatella Danilevsky, 1975 - Azerbaijan.

32. E. amasina (Staudinger, 1879) - Caucasus, Transcaucasia. Asia minor, Near East, Iran.

33. E. nigripedella (Erschoff, 1877) - Crimea, Tian-Shan, Kazakhstan, South Siberian mountains from E Altai to Transbaikalia (W and E), Amur basin, Primorye. Mongolia (Central aimak), China, Tibet, Japan.

34. E. nigrimaculata Sattler, 1967 - ?Crimea, Tuva, South Transbaikalia [Dubatolov, Ustjuzhanin, Zintshenko, 1997; Bidzilya, Budashkin, Kostjuk, 1998]. NE Mongolia [Dubatolov, Ustjuzhanin, Zintshenko, 1997], China (Shansi).

35. E. mongolica (Rebel, 1901) - Kazakhstan. China (Gansu, Sichuan, Tibet).

36. E. xanthopleura Meyrick, 1931 - S Primorye [Dubatolov, Ustjuzhanin, Zintshenko, 1997]. Korea.

37. E. comitella Caradja, 1927 - China (E Tien-Shan, Sichuan, Shansi, Aksu-Tau, sowie von Pekin).
a. E. comitella steppella Dubatolov et Ustjuzhanin, 1997 - South Siberian Mts. NE Mongolia [Dubatolov, Ustjuzhanin, Zintshenko, 1997].

38. E. chrysopygella (Kolenati, 1846) - S, E European part, Transcaucasia. South Europe.

[E. flavianella (Treitschke, 1832) - Central, South Europe.]

39. E. ultima Sattler, 1967 - Tuva (Tsagan-Shibetu), Transbaikalia. Mongolia (South Gobi, Uburchangai).

[E. assamensis (Butler, 1879) - Japan (Hokkoido, Honshu), C, E China, Okeania, Sikkim, Assam, N India.]

Dasyethmia Danilevsky, 1969
40. D. hiemalis Danilevsky, 1969 - South Kazakhstan (deserts, in winter).

References

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Christoph, H. 1882. Neue Lepidopteren des Amurgebietes. Bull. Soc. Nat. Mosc. 17: 5-47.

Danilevsky, A. S. 1975. [New moths of the genus Ethmia Hb. (Lepidoptera, Ethmiidae) from the USSR]. Entomologicheskoe obozrenie 54(3): 615-616 (in Russian).

Danilevsky, A. S. 1980. [A key to Ethmiidae (Lepidoptera) of the European part of the USSR]. Entomologicheskoe obozrenie 59(2): 322-345 (in Russian).

Dubatolov, V.V. & Ustjuzhanin, P.Y. 1998. A new Ethmia species (Ethmiidae) from Turkmenistan. Nota lepidopterologica 21(2): 101-105.

Dubatolov, V.V., Ustjuzhanin P.Ya. & Zintshenko V.K. 1997. A review of the Ethmiidae of the Asian part of Russia and neighbouring territories. Atalanta, Wurzburg 28(1/2): 161-171.

Erschoff, N. 1876 [1877]. Diagnosen neuer Lepidopteren aus den verschiedenen Provinzen des Russischen Reiches. Horae Soc. Entomol. Ross. 12: 336-348.

Kostjuk, Yu. A. 1980. [A new species of the genus Ethmia Hbn. (Lepidoptera, Ethmiidae) from Altai mountains]. Entomologicheskoe obozrenie 59(4): 858-859 (in Russian).

Sattler, K. 1967. Ethmiidae. - Microlepidoptera Palaearctica 2. Wien: XVI+185 p., 106 Taf.

Sinev, S. Yu. 1997. [31. Familia Ethmiidae]. Opredelitelí nasekomykh Dalínego Vostoka Rossii [A key to insects of the Far East of Russia] 5(1), Vladivostok: 510-514 (in Russian).

Zagulajev, A. K. 1975. [Ethmiidae (Lepidoptera) from the Mongolian People's Republic]. Nasekomye Mongolii [Insects of Mongolia] 3, Leningrad: 342-349 (in Russian).

Zagulajev, A. K. 1981. [45. Familia Ethmiidae]. Opredelitelí nasekomykh evropeiskoi chasti SSSR [A key to insects of European part of the USSR]. T. 4. Lepidoptera. Part 2, Leningrad: 638-651 (in Russian).


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