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Archips crataegana (Hubner, 1799)

Имаго  (Archips crataegana)

Taxonomy

class Insecta subclass Pterygota infraclass Neoptera superorder Holometabola order Lepidoptera superfamily Tortricoidea family Tortricidae subfamily Tortricinae tribe Archipini genus Archips → species Archips crataegana

Species name(s)

Archips crataegana (Hubner, 1799) = Archips crataeganus (Hubner, [1799]) = Archips confluens Obraztsov 1957 = Cacoecia rubromaculata Schawerda, 1933 = Cacoecia xylosteana Fischer von Röslerstamm, 1840.

urn:lsid:insecta.pro:taxonomy:11104

Expansion

Zoogeographical regions

Palaearctic.

Russia regions

#1. Kaliningradsky; #6. Evropeisky Severo-Vostochny; #7. Evropeisky yuzhno-tayozhny; #8. Evropeisky Tsentralny; #9. Evropeisky Tsentralno-Chernozyomny; #10. Sredne-Volzhsky; #11. Volgo-Donsky; #13. Zapadno-Kavkazsky; #14. Vostochno-Kavkazsky; #17. Yuzhno-Uralsky; #37. Nizhne-Amursky; #38. Sakhalin; #40. Primorsky.

Wingspan

16—27 mm.

Flight time

January February March April May June July August September October November December

Имаго  (Archips crataegana)

Detailed information with references

Distribution

  • Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Great Britain, Hungary, Germany, Greece, Denmark, Ireland, Spain, Italy, Corsica, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, the Soviet Union - the European part of Turkey - European part, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Sweden, Estonia, Yugoslavia. [1]. Peter Khramov.
  • Regions of the Russian Federation: the Volga-Don, East Caucasus, the European North-East, the European Central Black Earth, the European Central European South taiga, the Western Caucasus, Kaliningrad, Nizhne-Amur, Primorye, Sakhalin, Mid-Volzhsky, South Ural . [3]. Peter Khramov.
  • Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the British Isles, France, Germany, Greece (mainland), Denmark (mainland), Ireland, Spain (mainland), Italy (mainland), Corsica, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg , Netherlands, Norway (mainland), the Channel Islands, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia,Slovenia, Turkey (European part), Finland, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Sweden, Estonia. [10]. Peter Khramov.

Lifespan

  • June August Personal communication. Vasiliy Feoktistov.

Larva food plants

  • Elm (Ulmus), linden (Tilia), Ash (Fraxinus), willow (Salix), oak (Quercus), Hawthorn (Crataegus). Personal communication. Vasiliy Feoktistov.

Authors

Initial species uploading to the site: Peter Khramov.

Photos: Irina Nikulina.

Text data: Peter Khramov, Vasiliy Feoktistov.

Main characteristics formalization: Peter Khramov, Vasiliy Feoktistov.

References

Comments

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11.06.2014 9:50, Vasiliy Feoktistov

"moth-fatty hawthorn" probably is with a capital write :)

11.06.2014 9:49, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Well, I finish what I can :)

11.06.2014 9:48, Vasiliy Feoktistov Corrected data.

Wingspan: No formalized data → 16—27 mm. Flight time: No formalized data → June, July, August.

10.06.2014 20:38, Peter Khramov

Ugums made.

10.06.2014 17:32, Irina Nikulina

Peter, here it is necessary to replace the photo in the lower kind of graphics, it is transferred to Archips oporana

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