Caloptilia leucolitha (Meyrick, 1912)

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SUBFAMILY Gracillariinae
GENUSCaloptilia
SPECIES leucolitha
AUTHOR(Meyrick, 1912)
ORIGINAL COMBINATIONGracilaria leucolitha, nov. sp.
TYPE LOCALITYAustralia, Northern Territory, Darwin ('Port Darwin').
GEOGRAPHICAL COORDINATES /
TYPE SPECIMEN(S) Holotype ♂ (abdomen missing), BMNH.
STATUSSpecies
PUBLICATION Meyrick, E. 1912b. Lepidoptera Heterocera (Tineae). Fam. Gracilariadae. In: Wytsman, P. (ed.): Genera Insectorum. Fascicule 128. - — :1–36, pl. 1.
PAGINATION 30

Species Distribution

COUNTRY PROVINCE/STATE PUBLICATION PAGE
Australia Northern Territory Meyrick, E. 1912b. Lepidoptera Heterocera (Tineae). Fam. Gracilariadae. In: Wytsman, P. (ed.): Genera Insectorum. Fascicule 128. - — :1–36, pl. 1. 30 (footnote)
India   Yuan, D. & Robinson, G. S. 1993. Caloptilia leaf-miner moths (Gracillariidae) of South-East Asia. - Bulletin of the Natural History Museum, Entomology series 62(1):1–37. 26
Indonesia Bali Yuan, D. & Robinson, G. S. 1993. Caloptilia leaf-miner moths (Gracillariidae) of South-East Asia. - Bulletin of the Natural History Museum, Entomology series 62(1):1–37. 26
Indonesia Java Yuan, D. & Robinson, G. S. 1993. Caloptilia leaf-miner moths (Gracillariidae) of South-East Asia. - Bulletin of the Natural History Museum, Entomology series 62(1):1–37. 26
Sri Lanka   Yuan, D. & Robinson, G. S. 1993. Caloptilia leaf-miner moths (Gracillariidae) of South-East Asia. - Bulletin of the Natural History Museum, Entomology series 62(1):1–37. 26

Host Plants

FAMILY SPECIES COUNTRY PUBLICATION PAGE
Lauraceae Litsea chinensis   Robinson, G. S., Ackery, P. R., Kitching, I. J., Beccaloni, G. W. & Hernández, L. M. 2001. Hostplants of the moth and butterfly caterpillars of the Oriental Region. - — :1–744. 93
Lauraceae Litsea glutinosa   Meyrick, E. 1930a. Exotic Microlepidoptera. - Exotic Microlepidoptera (Marlborough) 3(19):577–608.  
Lauraceae Litsea glutinosa   Fletcher, T. B. 1929. A list of the generic names used for Microlepidoptera. - Memoirs of the Department of Agriculture in India. Entomological Series 11(i–ix):1–244.