Hyloconis longivalvata Li, 2015

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SUBFAMILY Lithocolletinae
GENUSHyloconis
SPECIES longivalvata
AUTHORLi, 2015
ORIGINAL COMBINATIONHyloconis longivalvata Li, sp. n.
TYPE LOCALITYChina, Mt. Baxian, Tianjin, 400–600 m, pupa in leaf Campylotropis macrocarpa 28.vi.2013, e. p. 30.vi.2013, leg. T. Liu.
GEOGRAPHICAL COORDINATES Latitude: 40°11'0" Longitude: 117°32'0"
TYPE SPECIMEN(S) Holotype ♂, genitalia slide CYP13019♂, ICNU; Paratypes 3♂, 11♀, gnitalia slides CYP12191♂, 13002♀, 13006♀, 13020♀, 13021♀, 13022♀, 13023♀, LTT2806♀, 12807♂, 12887♀, ICNU.
STATUSSpecies
PUBLICATION Cai, Y., Liu, T. & Li, H. H. 2015. Description of Hyloconis longivalvata Li, sp. n., with notes on its biology (Lepidoptera: Gracillariidae, Lithocolletinae). - Entomologica Fennica 26(3):156–164.
PAGINATION 157–164, Figs, 1a–g (adult), 2e, 3a–j (larva), 2g, 4a–j (pupa)

Species Distribution

COUNTRY PROVINCE/STATE PUBLICATION PAGE
China Shanxi Cai, Y., Liu, T. & Li, H. H. 2015. Description of Hyloconis longivalvata Li, sp. n., with notes on its biology (Lepidoptera: Gracillariidae, Lithocolletinae). - Entomologica Fennica 26(3):156–164. 156
China Tiangin Cai, Y., Liu, T. & Li, H. H. 2015. Description of Hyloconis longivalvata Li, sp. n., with notes on its biology (Lepidoptera: Gracillariidae, Lithocolletinae). - Entomologica Fennica 26(3):156–164. 156

Host Plants

FAMILY SPECIES COUNTRY PUBLICATION PAGE
Fabaceae Campylotropis macrocarpa China Cai, Y., Liu, T. & Li, H. H. 2015. Description of Hyloconis longivalvata Li, sp. n., with notes on its biology (Lepidoptera: Gracillariidae, Lithocolletinae). - Entomologica Fennica 26(3):156–164. 164
Fabaceae Lespedeza bicolor China Cai, Y., Liu, T. & Li, H. H. 2015. Description of Hyloconis longivalvata Li, sp. n., with notes on its biology (Lepidoptera: Gracillariidae, Lithocolletinae). - Entomologica Fennica 26(3):156–164. 164
*   Larvae mine on the lower side of the leaflets. The mine begins as a tortuous track which gradually enlarges into a flat oval white blotch. The larva expands the blotch laterally, resulting in the white colour of the blotch (Cai et al. 2015: 164).