Phyllonorycter intermixta (Braun, 1930)

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SUBFAMILY Lithocolletinae
GENUSPhyllonorycter
SPECIES intermixta
AUTHOR(Braun, 1930)
ORIGINAL COMBINATIONLithocolletis intermixta new species
TYPE LOCALITY[U.S.A.], Ohio, Adams County, Beaver Pond.
GEOGRAPHICAL COORDINATES /
TYPE SPECIMEN(S) Holotype ♀, Paratypes 2♂ and 1♀, coll. Braun.
STATUSSpecies
PUBLICATION Braun, A. F. 1930. Notes and new species of Microlepidoptera from the mineral springs region of Adams County, Ohio. - Transactions of the American Entomological Society 56:1–17.
PAGINATION 11–12

Species Distribution

COUNTRY PROVINCE/STATE PUBLICATION PAGE
Canada Quebec Handfield, L. 1997. Liste des Lépidoptères du Québec et du Labrador. - Fabreries 7(Supplément):1–155. 30
United States, US Connecticut Maier, C. T. & Davis, D. R. 1989. Southern New England host and distributional records of Lithocolletinae Gracillariidae (Lepidoptera), with comparison of host specificity in temporate regions. - Miscellaneous Publications of the Entomological Society of America 70:i–v, 1–23. 13
United States, US Ohio Braun, A. F. 1930. Notes and new species of Microlepidoptera from the mineral springs region of Adams County, Ohio. - Transactions of the American Entomological Society 56:1–17. 11
United States, US Rhode Island Maier, C. T. & Davis, D. R. 1989. Southern New England host and distributional records of Lithocolletinae Gracillariidae (Lepidoptera), with comparison of host specificity in temporate regions. - Miscellaneous Publications of the Entomological Society of America 70:i–v, 1–23. 13
United States, US Vermont Grehan, J. R., Parker, B. L., Nielsen, G. R., Miller, D. H., Hedbor, J. D., Sabourin, M. & Griggs, M. S. 1995. Moths and butterflies of Vermont (Lepidoptera). A faunal checklist. - — :i–xi, 1–95. 6

Host Plants

FAMILY SPECIES COUNTRY PUBLICATION PAGE
Betulaceae Corylus americana U.S.A. Braun, A. F. 1930. Notes and new species of Microlepidoptera from the mineral springs region of Adams County, Ohio. - Transactions of the American Entomological Society 56:1–17. 11
*   Rather large, tentiform mine between two veins; most of the parenchyma is consumed, a few patches in the center only remaining (Braun 1930: 11).