Cameraria cotinivora Davis & Graves, 2016

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SUBFAMILY Lithocolletinae
GENUSCameraria
SPECIES cotinivora
AUTHORDavis & Graves, 2016
ORIGINAL COMBINATIONCameraria cotinivora Davis and Graves, new species
TYPE LOCALITYUnited States, Arkansas, Baxter Co., Denton Ferry Rd, 36°21.00'N 92°31079'W, 29.vi.2008, Host 2685, Cotinus obovatus Raf.leg. Gary R. Graves.
GEOGRAPHICAL COORDINATES Latitude: 36°21'0" Longitude: -92°31'0"
TYPE SPECIMEN(S) Holotype ♂, USNM (digtal image USN holotype 01066895). Paratypes 16♂, 26♀, genitalia slides USNM 33848♂, 33850♀.
STATUSSpecies
PUBLICATION Davis, D.R. & Graves, G.R. 2016. A new leafmining moth (Cameraria cotinivora, Lepidoptera: Gracillariidae) of the American smoketree (Cotinus obovatus). - Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 118(2):244–253.
PAGINATION 247–252, Figs. 1, 2, 4, 6, 9–11
DNA VOUCHERS USNLENT00656309, USNLENT00656308, USNLENT00656313, USNLENT00656312, USNLENT00656311
GENBANK
  • JF858636 Davis, D.R. & Graves, G.R. 2016 :247
  • KU380344 Davis, D.R. & Graves, G.R. 2016 :247
  • JF858633 Davis, D.R. & Graves, G.R. 2016 :247
  • JF858635 Davis, D.R. & Graves, G.R. 2016 :247
  • JF858634 Davis, D.R. & Graves, G.R. 2016 :247

Species pictures

Species Distribution

COUNTRY PROVINCE/STATE PUBLICATION PAGE
United States, US Arkansas Davis, D.R. & Graves, G.R. 2016. A new leafmining moth (Cameraria cotinivora, Lepidoptera: Gracillariidae) of the American smoketree (Cotinus obovatus). - Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 118(2):244–253. 252
United States, US Missouri Davis, D.R. & Graves, G.R. 2016. A new leafmining moth (Cameraria cotinivora, Lepidoptera: Gracillariidae) of the American smoketree (Cotinus obovatus). - Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 118(2):244–253. 252

Host Plants

FAMILY SPECIES COUNTRY PUBLICATION PAGE
Anacardiaceae Cotinus obovatus U.S.A. Davis, D.R. & Graves, G.R. 2016. A new leafmining moth (Cameraria cotinivora, Lepidoptera: Gracillariidae) of the American smoketree (Cotinus obovatus). - Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 118(2):244–253. 251
*   Serpentine mines. The early subepidermal sapfeeding mine is usually obliterated by the latter broader, full depth serpentine mine. Pupation occurs in a loose cocoon at the distal, rounded, terminal end of the mine (Davis & Graves 2016: 251).