https://shilap.org/revista/issue/feed SHILAP Revista de lepidopterología 2023-12-30T19:11:33+01:00 Dr. Antonio Vives avives1954@outlook.es Open Journal Systems <p><strong>SHILAP Revista de lepidopterología</strong> is an international journal which has been published by the Sociedad Hispano-Luso-Americana de Lepidopterología since 1973. It includes empirical and theoretical research in all aspects of Lepidopterology (Systematic, Taxonomy, Phylogeny, Morphology, Bionomics, Ecology, Faunistics and Zoogeography, also bibliographical papers or those on the history of Lepidopterology, as well as book reviews on the topics mentioned) from all over the world with special emphasis of study of Conservation Biology.</p> https://shilap.org/revista/article/view/781 The Pterophoridae fauna of Khakassia Republic and south of Krasnoyarsk region (Russia) (Insecta: Lepidoptera) 2023-12-30T19:11:33+01:00 Per Ya. Ustjuzhanin petrust@mail.ru Roman E. Maksimov riverabakan@mail.ru <p>The article gives a faunal list of Pterophoridae species of Khakassia Republic and the south of Krasnoyarsk region. We have examined 41 localities, as a result of which, 24 species are reported for this region for the first time. In total, 40 Pterophoridae species are currently known for the Republic of Khakassia and for the south of Krasnoyarsk region.</p> 2023-12-30T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2023 https://shilap.org/revista/article/view/782 Notocelia mediterranea (Obraztsov, 1952) - a widespread cryptic species in Europe (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) 2023-12-30T19:11:30+01:00 Jan Sumpich jansumpich@seznam.cz Peter Huemer p.huemer@tiroler-landesmuseen.at Jacques Nel lucienne.nel@orange.fr Thierry Varenne varenne.thierry@laposte.net <p><em>Notocelia mediterranea</em> (Obraztsov, 1952) was until recently widely overlooked and combined with its sister<br>species, <em>Notocelia incarnatana</em> (Hübner, [1800]). However, detailed evaluation of forewing pattern and genitalia of both sexes, as well as DNA barcode divergence clearly support the existence of two separate species. A brief comparison of the habitus of both species, as well as photographs of adults and genitalia of both sexes are given. Female genitalia of <em>Notocelia mediterranea</em> are detailed here for the first time. First records for Spain, France, Austria, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Greece, Croatia, and Montenegro are also given.</p> 2023-12-30T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Jan Sumpich, Peter Huemer, Jacques Nel, Thierry Varenne https://shilap.org/revista/article/view/783 The larva and the food plant of Dirphia sombrero Le Cerf, 1934 (Lepidoptera: Saturnidae, Hemileucinae) 2023-12-30T19:11:27+01:00 Vitor O. Becker becker.vitor@gmail.com Almir C. Almeida almcand@uol.com.br <p>The last instar larva of <em>Diphia sombrero</em> Le Cerf, 1934, an endemic species to the southern Brazil Atlantic Forest, is described and illustrated, and its food plant is recorded.</p> 2023-12-30T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2023 https://shilap.org/revista/article/view/784 New and interesting Portuguese Lepidoptera records from 2022 (Insecta: Lepidoptera) 2023-12-30T19:11:24+01:00 Martin F. V. Corley martin.corley@btinternet.com João Nunes joaomiguelfn@sapo.pt Jorge Rosete roseteprof@gmail.com Joaquim Teixeira celitosdamontanha@hotmail.com Ana Valadares ana.valadares@gmail.com <p>Eight species are added to the Portuguese Lepidoptera fauna, of which two are new for the Iberian Peninsula, and one species deleted, mainly as a result of fieldwork undertaken by the authors and others in 2022. In addition, second and third records for the country, new province records and new host-plant data for a number of species are included. A summary of recent papers affecting the Portuguese fauna is included.</p> 2023-12-30T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2023 https://shilap.org/revista/article/view/785 First record of Pyralis farinalis Linnaeus, 1758 from India (Pyralidae: Pyralinae) 2023-12-30T19:11:21+01:00 Muzafar Riyaz bhatmuzaffar471@gmail.com Savarimuthu Ignacimuthu imuthus@hotmail.com <p>In the present report, we highlight the first occurrence of <em>Pyralis farinalis</em> Linnaeus, 1758 (Pyraloidea: Pyralidae) from India. The specimen was collected from Tehsil Herman, district of Shopian in Kashmir valley, which is situated at the foothills of Pir Panjal Mountain range-Northwestern Himalayas, India; it is 50 km away from Srinagar, Kashmir.</p> 2023-12-30T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2023 https://shilap.org/revista/article/view/786 The taxonomic position of the Neotropical genus Macrocirca Meyrick, 1931 with new synonymy and description of one new species (Lepidoptera: Depressariidae, Depressariinae) 2023-12-30T19:11:18+01:00 Vitor O. Becker becker.vitor@gmail.com <p><em>Macrocirca strabo</em> Meyrick, 1931, described in the Hyponomeutidae, is transferred to the Depressariidae, Depressariinae. A new species, <em>Macrocirca moseri</em> Becker, sp. nov., from Brazil, is described. <em>Odonna</em> Clarke, 1982, syn. nov. is a junior synonym of <em>Macrocirca</em> Meyrick, 1931; <em>M. passiflorae</em> (Clarke, 1982), comb. nov. and <em>M. xenodora</em> (Clarke, 1982), comb. nov. are included in <em>Macrocirca</em>.</p> 2023-12-30T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2023 https://shilap.org/revista/article/view/787 Molecular identification of some immature Lepidoptera causing Quercus L., defoliation in Lorestan province, western Iran (Insecta: Lepidoptera) 2023-12-30T19:11:15+01:00 Asadollah Hosseini-Chegeni hosseinichegeni@gmail.com Majid Tavakoli majid.tavakoli43@gmail.com <p><em>Quercus</em> L., dominate almost 40% of Iran’s forest area. The second destructive group of insects is defoliator Lepidoptera distributed in the Zagros forests of Iran. We assessed Lepidoptera communities in Zagros forests ecosystems in Lorestan province, western Iran during a ca. 2-yr period that coincided with defoliation outbreaks experienced by this area. A number of 500 lepidopteran larva feeding <em>Quercus</em> leaves handy were collected. The phylogenetic relationship of Lepidoptera was analysed using BEAST software based on the Bayesian Inference method. In total, 14 lepidopteran taxa were identified based on DNA sequences of their immature stages. Six genera and eight species were identified using BLASTn. Here we developed a COI barcoding-based approach to Lepidoptera species delimitation.</p> 2023-12-30T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2023 https://shilap.org/revista/article/view/788 New data on the genus Scythris Hübner, [1825] from the Canary Islands (Spain), with description of six new species (Lepidoptera: Scythrididae) 2023-12-30T19:11:12+01:00 Per Falck per.falck@live.dk <p>The <em>Scythris petrella</em> species-group in the Canary Islands is revised based on external morphology, genitalia and DNA barcodes. Eleven species are recognized. Six species are described as new: <em>Scythris aronaella</em> Falck, sp. nov. (Spain: Tenerife), <em>Scythris moyaella</em> Falck, sp. nov. (Spain: Gran Canaria), <em>Scythris rupemella</em> Falck, sp. nov. (Spain: Gran Canaria), <em>Scythris linealbella</em> Falck, sp. nov. (Spain: Tenerife), <em>Scythris solisella</em> Falck, sp. nov. (Spain: El Hierro and Tenerife) and <em>Scythris ochrelinella</em> Falck, sp. nov. (Spain: Tenerife). <em>Scythris hierroella</em> Klimesch, 1986, syn. nov. is treated as a synonym of <em>Scythris petrella</em> Walsingham, 1908. Photographs of adults and genitalia of all species are provided. All species are DNA barcoded. Analyses of the DNA barcodes support the identifications and distinctiveness of each species as they all appear well-supported and genetically isolated.</p> 2023-12-30T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Per Falck https://shilap.org/revista/article/view/789 Lepidoptera collected in S. W. Mongolia during expedition in Mongolian Altai in 2022 (Lepidoptera: Geometridae) 2023-12-30T19:11:08+01:00 Ilya A. Makhov maakhov@gmail.com Vladimir A. Lukhtanov lukhtanov@mail.ru Maria S. Vishnevskaya wishm@yandex.ru <p>An annotated checklist of Geometridae collected in Southwest Mongolia is presented. In total 51 species are recorded. Eight species are recorded as new for the fauna of Mongolia, <em>Alcis depravata</em> (Staudinger, 1892), <em>Holoterpna diagrapharia</em> Püngeler, 1900, <em>Scotopteryx supproximaria</em> (Staudinger, 1892) <em>Cataclysme riguata </em>(Hübner, [1813]), <em>Rhodostrophia crypta</em> Viidalepp &amp; Kostkuk, 2020,<em> Idaea ossiculata</em> (Lederer, 1870), <em>Scopula </em><em>divisaria</em> (Christoph, 1893), and <em>Casilda consecraria</em> (Staudinger, 1871). Habitus and genitalia are illustrated for these species. Four of them were DNA-barcoded, as well as three other species. Results of DNA barcoding are discussed.</p> 2023-12-30T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2023 https://shilap.org/revista/article/view/790 The protected species Pseudophilotes bavius hungarica (Diószeghy, 1913): oviposition strategy, new records and conservation (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) 2023-12-30T19:10:39+01:00 Andrei Crisan andrei.crel@gmail.com Tibor-Csaba Vizauer vizauercsaba@gmail.com László Rákosy laszlo.rakosy@ubbcluj.ro <p><em>Pseudophilotes bavius hungarica</em> (Diószeghy, 1913) is a Transylvanian endemic of conservation interest. We made observations regarding its oviposition strategy, and established its preference for floral stems of <em>Salvia nutans</em> L. taller than five centimeters. <em>Salvia transsilvanica</em> Schur was also confirmed as a host plant for <em>P. bavius hungarica</em>. The distribution map of this subspecies was completed in two localities from the south of the Transylvanian Plain, Râpa Lechint¸a and Râpa Da˘ta˘ reni. We reported presence of <em>P. bavius</em> in Tulcea County for the first time, thus supporting the hypothesis that it colonised Dobrogea via Ukraine alongside <em>P. bavius bavius</em> (Eversmann, 1832) and it did not spread from Turkey and Bulgaria alongside <em>P. bavius egea</em>. Many conservation threats that may lead to population fragmentation and extinction have been identified.</p> 2023-12-30T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Andrei Crisan, Tibor-Csaba Vizauer, László Rákosy https://shilap.org/revista/article/view/791 A new species of the genus Orthotmeta Warren, 1896 from west Papua, Indonesia (Lepidoptera: Geometridae, Ennominae, Eutoeini) 2023-12-30T19:10:35+01:00 Andrés Expósito-Hermosa aexposih@telefonica.net <p><em>Orthotmeta robdevosi</em> Expósito, sp. n. from west Papua, Indonesia. The adult is illustrated, as well as the genitalia of the male holotype.</p> 2023-12-30T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2023 https://shilap.org/revista/article/view/792 Marialma Becker, a new genus of Neotropical Larentiinae (Lepidoptera: Geometridae) 2023-12-30T19:10:33+01:00 Vitor O. Becker becker.vitor@gmail.com <p><em>Marialma</em> Becker, gen. nov., is proposed to accommodate<em> Sabulodes? magicaria</em> Felder &amp; Rogenhofer (1875) [<em>Marialma magicaria</em> (Felder &amp; Rogenhofer, 1875)] comb. nov.</p> 2023-12-30T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2023 https://shilap.org/revista/article/view/793 First record of the genus Haritalopha Hampson, 1895 from India (Noctuoidea, Erebidae, Hypeninae) 2023-12-30T19:10:31+01:00 Rahul Joshi joshiarctiidae@gmail.com Jalil Ahmad jalilahmad23046@gmail.com Navneet Singh nsgill007@gmail.com <p>In this manuscript, <em>Haritalopha biparticolor</em> Hampson, 1895 is reported for the first time from India, that represents the first record of genus <em>Haritalopha</em> Hampson, 1895 from India. The genus is recharacterised with male genitalia for the first time. Diagnosis and illustrations of adults and genitalia are also provided.</p> 2023-12-30T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Rahul Joshi, Jalil Ahmad, Navneet Singh https://shilap.org/revista/article/view/794 First record of Hypsopygia (Ocrasa) fulvocilialis (Duponchel, [1834] 1831, in Godart & Duponchel) from León, España (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae, Pyralinae, Pyralini) 2023-12-30T19:10:28+01:00 Jesús Gómez-Fernández jegofer@gmail.com <p>The first known record of the Pyralidae <em>Hypsopygia (Ocrasa) fulvocilialis</em> (Duponchel, [1834] 1831, in Godart &amp; Duponchel) from the León province, Spain, is presented.</p> 2023-12-30T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2023 https://shilap.org/revista/article/view/795 Lourdesiella Bernabé, Huertas & Vives, new genus of the family Stathmopodidae and description of the species Lourdesiella falcatum Bernabé, Huertas & Vives, sp. nov. in the Iberian Peninsula (Lepidoptera: Gelechioidea) 2023-12-30T19:10:25+01:00 Pedro Miguel Bernabé-Ruiz pedromiguel.bernabe@gmail.com Manuel Huertas Dionisio huertasdionisio@gmail.com Antonio Vives Moreno avives1954@outlook.es <p>The monospecific genus<em> Lourdesiella</em> Bernabé, Huertas &amp; Vives, gen. nov. (Stathmopodidae), and the species <em>Lourdesiella falcatum</em> Bernabé, Huertas &amp; Vives, sp. nov. (Stathmopodidae) are described. Analysis of the mitochondrial cytochrome oxidase I (COI) gene, DNA barcode for the new species, is performed. Data on its biology are given.</p> 2023-12-30T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2023 https://shilap.org/revista/article/view/796 Two new additions to the Lycaenidae of Uttar Pradesh, India (Insecta: Lepidoptera) 2023-12-30T19:10:22+01:00 Rupak De rupakde@rediffmail.com Ratindra Pandey ratindrapandey@gmail.com Taslima Sheikh sheikhtass@gmail.com <p>The present study added two new records of Lycaenidae for the State of Uttar Pradesh, India. Both species, <em>Rapala pheretima petosiris</em> (Hewitson, [1863]) and <em>Flos adriana</em> (de Nicéville, [1884]) are new for the Uttar Pradesh.</p> 2023-12-30T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2023 https://shilap.org/revista/article/view/797 General News 2023-12-06T19:02:50+01:00 Antonio Vives Moreno avives1954@outlook.es <p>General News</p> 2023-12-30T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2023