Fund af småsommerfugle fra Danmark i 2010 (Lepidoptera)

Publication Type:Journal Article
Year of Publication:2011
Authors:O. Buhl, Falck, P., Karsholt, O., Larsen, K., Vilhelmsen, F.
Journal:Entomologiske Meddelelser
Date Published:2011-12
Keywords:Denmark, Ectoedemia decentella, Ectoedemia heringi, Faunistics, Lepidoptera, Nepticulidae, Stigmella continuella, Stigmella perpygmaeella, Stigmella sakhalinella

This article reports and comments on interesting Danish Microlepidopteracollected in 2010 and include remarkable findings from previous years. Theclassification and nomenclature follow the Danish catalogue (Karsholt &Stadel Nielsen, 1998) which is based on the European checklist (Karsholt &Razowski (eds), 1996).Fourteen species are reported as new to the Danish fauna: 1) Stigmella sakhalinellaPuplesis, 1984. Many larvae were found mining leaves of Betula sp. in theisland of Falster in south-eastern Denmark; 2) Ectoedemia heringi (Toll, 1934).Three larvae were found mining leaves of Quercus sp. in the island of Bornholm;3) Phyllonorycter mespilella (Hübner, 1905). One specimen has been breedfrom a mine found on Pyrus sp. in the island of Lolland in southern Denmark;4) Coleophora parthenogenella Falck, 2010. This newly described species is foundin four districts in eastern Denmark and in two districts in southern Sweden.Only females are known; 5) Coleophora ballotella (Fischer v. Röslerstamm, 1839).Three specimens were taken in light traps in the south-eastern islands of Mønand Bornholm; 6) Blastobasis lacticolella Rebel, 1940. Numerous specimens weretaken in two localities near Copenhagen; 7) Atremaea lonchoptera Staudinger,1871. One specimen was taken at light on the island of Lolland in southernDenmark; 8) Celypha woodiana (Barrett, 1882). Six specimens were collected atlight in the south-eastern islands of Møn and Bornholm; 9) Ochromolopis ictella(Hübner, 1813). One specimen was collected at light in the island of Lollandin southern Denmark; 10) Platyptilia nemoralis Zeller, 1841. Two specimenswere collected at light in south-eastern Denmark in 1996 and 2003; 11) Marasmarchalunaedactyla (Haworth, 1811). One specimen was collected in a lighttrap in Bornholm; 12) Crombrugghia tristis (Zeller, 1841). Two specimens werecollected in light traps in Bornholm; 13) Emmelina argoteles (Meyrick, 1922).One specimen was collected in a light trap in Bornholm; 14) Phycitodes lacteella(Rothschild, 1915). One specimen was collected in a light trap in Bornholm.We introduced a special list of species with uncertain status two years ago(Buhl et al., 2009: 67). This year one species is transferred to this list: Aethesrubiginana (Walsingham, 1903)(Tortricidae).Leucinodes orbonalis (Guenée, 1854)(Pyralidae) is recorded as introduced toDenmark as larvae with aubergines from Thailand.Unusual host plants are listed for: Parornix scoticella (Stt.), Phyllonorycter oxyacanthae(Frey), Phyllonorycter sorbi (Frey) and Coleophora spinella (Schrk.).The total number of Danish Nepticulidae is now 88; Gracillariidae 87; Coleophoridae120; Blastobasidae 4; Gelechiidae 177; Tortricidae 384; Epermeniidae7; Pterophoridae 46 and Pyralidae 197; this results in a total of 1574 species ofMicrolepidoptera (families Micropterigidae-Pyralidae) found in Denmark. Thetotal amount of Macrolepidoptera mentioned from Denmark is now 965, bringingthe number of Danish Lepidoptera to a total of 2539 species.

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