Cameraria serpentinensis Opler & Davis, 1981

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SUBFAMILY Lithocolletinae
GENUSCameraria
SPECIES serpentinensis
AUTHOROpler & Davis, 1981
ORIGINAL COMBINATIONCameraria serpentinensis, new species
TYPE LOCALITYU.S.A., California, Alameda County, Cedar Mtn.
GEOGRAPHICAL COORDINATES /
TYPE SPECIMEN(S) Holotype ♂, CAS; Allotype ♀, UCB; Paratypes 40 specimens (gender not stated) in BMNH, CAS, coll. Deschka (Steyr), LACM, UCB, UCD, USNM.
STATUSSpecies
PUBLICATION Opler, P. A. & Davis D. R. 1981. The leafmining moths of the genus Cameraria associated with Fagaceae in California (Lepidoptera: Gracillariidae). - Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology 333:i–iii, 1–58.
PAGINATION 28–29, figs. 13, 28, 80–82, 122, 123, map 8

Species Distribution

COUNTRY PROVINCE/STATE PUBLICATION PAGE
United States, US California Opler, P. A. & Davis D. R. 1981. The leafmining moths of the genus Cameraria associated with Fagaceae in California (Lepidoptera: Gracillariidae). - Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology 333:i–iii, 1–58. 28

Host Plants

FAMILY SPECIES COUNTRY PUBLICATION PAGE
Fagaceae Quercus douglasii U.S.A. 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. 94
Fagaceae Quercus dumosa U.S.A. Opler, P. A. & Davis D. R. 1981. The leafmining moths of the genus Cameraria associated with Fagaceae in California (Lepidoptera: Gracillariidae). - Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology 333:i–iii, 1–58. 29
Fagaceae Quercus durata U.S.A. Opler, P. A. & Davis D. R. 1981. The leafmining moths of the genus Cameraria associated with Fagaceae in California (Lepidoptera: Gracillariidae). - Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology 333:i–iii, 1–58. 29
Fagaceae Quercus × alvordiana U.S.A. Opler, P. A. & Davis D. R. 1981. The leafmining moths of the genus Cameraria associated with Fagaceae in California (Lepidoptera: Gracillariidae). - Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology 333:i–iii, 1–58. 29
*   Upperside of leaf, shape ovoid, epidermis opaque, brown, all mines cross midrib (Opler & Davis 1981: 29).