Liocrobyla paraschista Meyrick, 1916

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SUBFAMILY Ornixolinae
GENUSLiocrobyla
SPECIES paraschista
AUTHORMeyrick, 1916
ORIGINAL COMBINATIONLiocrobyla paraschista, n. sp.
TYPE LOCALITY[India, Karnataka], Kanara, Manchikeri; Bengal [recte Bihar], Pusa.
GEOGRAPHICAL COORDINATES Latitude: 14°48'0" Longitude: 74°40'0"
TYPE SPECIMEN(S) Lectotype ♂, BMNH; Paralectotypes 2♂, 1♀, BMNH.
STATUSSpecies
COMMENTKuroko (1982) stated in Japanese that the species identified as Liocrobyla paraschista Meyrick, 1916 in Kuroko (1960) is misidentification and named it as a new species, L. desmodiella Kuroko, 1982.
PUBLICATION Meyrick, E. 1916b. Exotic Microlepidoptera. - Exotic Microlepidoptera (Marlborough) 2(1):1–32.
PAGINATION 5

Species pictures

Species Distribution

COUNTRY PROVINCE/STATE PUBLICATION PAGE
Fiji   Evenhuis, N. L. 2007. Checklist of Fijian Lepidoptera. - — 38(13):1–53. 20
India Bihar Meyrick, E. 1916b. Exotic Microlepidoptera. - Exotic Microlepidoptera (Marlborough) 2(1):1–32. 5
India Karnataka Meyrick, E. 1916b. Exotic Microlepidoptera. - Exotic Microlepidoptera (Marlborough) 2(1):1–32. 5

Host Plants

FAMILY SPECIES COUNTRY PUBLICATION PAGE
Fabaceae Butea monosperma India Meyrick, E. 1916b. Exotic Microlepidoptera. - Exotic Microlepidoptera (Marlborough) 2(1):1–32. 5
Fabaceae Cajanus cajan India Meyrick, E. 1916b. Exotic Microlepidoptera. - Exotic Microlepidoptera (Marlborough) 2(1):1–32. 5
Fabaceae Desmodium gangeticum India Fletcher, T. B. [1921]. Life-histories of Indian Insects. Microlepidoptera. VI. Gracillariadae [sic]. - Memoirs of the Department of Agriculture in India. Entomological Series 6 (1920)(1–6):1–217, I–L pls. 160
Fabaceae Flemingia lineata India Fletcher, T. B. 1933. Life histories of Indian Microlepidoptera (Second Series). Cosmopterygidae to Neopseustidae. - — 4:1–85. 59
Fabaceae Millettia sp.   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. 245
*   A digitate blotch under the upper epidermis along the midrib or lateral rib, pale green or pale greenish brown with a pale brownish patch in the middle.