Acleris sagarmanthae sp. n. a new species of Lepidoptera Tortricidae from Nepal

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P. Trematerra *
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P. Trematerra | trema@unimol.it

Abstract

A new species (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae), Acleris sagarmathae sp. n., from Nepal is described. The new species was collected in Lobuche, a locality of Sagarmatha National Park. A. sagarmathae is closest to A. formosae Razowski, 1964, but differs from the other species of the genus Acleris in forewing markings and structures of the male genitalia. Adults and genitalia of Lambertiodes harmonia (Meyrick) and Archips termias termias (Meyrick) are also illustrated.

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