Cameraria aesculisella (Chambers, 1871)

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SUBFAMILY Lithocolletinae
GENUSCameraria
SPECIES aesculisella
AUTHOR(Chambers, 1871)
ORIGINAL COMBINATIONL.[ithocolletis] Aesculisella. Var. nov.
TYPE LOCALITY[U.S.A.], Kentucky, Pennsylvania.
GEOGRAPHICAL COORDINATES /
TYPE SPECIMEN(S) Not stated, "Abundant".
STATUSSpecies
PUBLICATION Chambers, V. T. 1871. Micro-Lepidoptera. - Canadian Entomologist 3(3–12):54–58, 84–88, 108–112, 127–130, 146–149, 161–166, 182–185, 205–209, 221–224.
PAGINATION 111

Species Distribution

COUNTRY PROVINCE/STATE PUBLICATION PAGE
United States, US Kentucky Chambers, V. T. 1871. Micro-Lepidoptera. - Canadian Entomologist 3(3–12):54–58, 84–88, 108–112, 127–130, 146–149, 161–166, 182–185, 205–209, 221–224. 111
United States, US Pennsylvania Chambers, V. T. 1871. Micro-Lepidoptera. - Canadian Entomologist 3(3–12):54–58, 84–88, 108–112, 127–130, 146–149, 161–166, 182–185, 205–209, 221–224. 111
United States, US Florida Heppner, J. B. 2013. Florida Lepidoptera Biodiversity: distributions and phenologies. - Lepidoptera Novae 6(2–4):65–128. 79

Host Plants

FAMILY SPECIES COUNTRY PUBLICATION PAGE
Sapindaceae Aesculus flava U.S.A. Walsingham, Lord (Thomas de Grey) 1889a. La note suivante sur les premiers états de deux Microlépidoptéres. Séance du 11 decembre 1889. - Bulletin des Séances de la Société entomologique de France (1889):ccxxxiii–ccxxxiv. 119
Sapindaceae Aesculus glabra U.S.A. Chambers, V. T. 1871. Micro-Lepidoptera. - Canadian Entomologist 3(3–12):54–58, 84–88, 108–112, 127–130, 146–149, 161–166, 182–185, 205–209, 221–224. 111
Sapindaceae Aesculus pavia U.S.A. Lakatos, F., Kovacs, Z., Stauffer, C., Kenis, M., Tomov, R. & Davis, D. R. 2003. The genetic background of three introduced leaf miner moth species - Parectopa robiniella Clemens 1863, Phyllonorycter robiniella Clemens 1859 and Cameraria ohridella Deschka et Dimic 1986. - — :67–71. 70
Sapindaceae Aesculus sp. U.S.A. Ely, C. R. 1918. A revision of the North-American Gracilariidae [sic] from the standpoint of venation. - Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 19B (1917)(1–4):29–77. 54
*   A flat, brownish blotch mine on upperside of leaf.