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1 September 2010 Nine New Species of Phaneta Stephens (Tortricidae) from Western North America, with Reviews of Ten Related Species
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Nine previously unrecognized species of Phaneta Stephens (Tortricidae) are described from western North America: P. browni, P. arenana, P. labiata, P. goblinana, P. cibolana, P. parvula, P. clementeana, P. baloghi, and P. vogelana. Reviewed are: Phaneta corculana (Zeller) and Phaneta mormonensis (Heinrich), which have male genitalia similar to those of P. browni and P. arenana; Phaneta indagatricana (Heinrich) and Phaneta misturana (Heinrich), due to similarity in forewing pattern with P. labiata and P. goblinana; Phaneta stramineana (Walsingham), Phaneta parvana (Walsingham), and Phaneta grindeliana (Busck), close relatives of P. clementeana; P. minimana (Walsingham), a species misidentified in North American collections for more than eighty years; and Phaneta latens (Heinrich), which is similar in male genitalia to P. labiata. Phaneta verecundana Blanchard is recognized as a synonym of P. indagatricana. Adults and genitalia are illustrated for each species.
and Donald J. Wright "Nine New Species of Phaneta Stephens (Tortricidae) from Western North America, with Reviews of Ten Related Species," The Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 64(3), (1 September 2010). https://doi.org/10.18473/lepi.v64i3.a1
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