Acrocercops albinatella (Chambers, 1872)

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SUBFAMILY Acrocercopinae
GENUSAcrocercops
SPECIES albinatella
AUTHOR(Chambers, 1872)
ORIGINAL COMBINATIONGracilaria (Coriscium?) albinatella. N. sp.
TYPE LOCALITY[U.S.A.], Kentucky.
GEOGRAPHICAL COORDINATES /
TYPE SPECIMEN(S) Not stated; 2 Syntypes ex coll. Chambers, ex coll. Stainton, BMNH.
STATUSSpecies
PUBLICATION Chambers, V. T. 1872. Micro-Lepidoptera. - Canadian Entomologist 4(1,2,3,4, 5):7–12, 25–29, 41–44, 65–69, 88–92, 106–108.
PAGINATION 25, nr. 5

Species Synonyms

NAME AUTHOR STATUS
albinotella Meyrick, 1912 Synonym of species

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
Canada Ontario Pohl, G. R., Landry, J.-F., Schmidt, B. C., Lafontaine, J. D., Troubridge, J. T., Macaulay, A. D., van Nieukerken, E. J., DeWaard, J. R., Dombroskie, J. J., Klymko, J., Nazari, V. & Stead, K. 2018. Annotated checklist of the moths and butterflies (Lepidoptera) of Canada and Alaska. - — :1–580. 55
United States, US New York Ely, C. R. 1918. A revision of the North-American Gracilariidae [sic] from the standpoint of venation. - Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 19B (1917)(1–4):29–77. 69
United States, US Florida Cornelissen, T. & Stiling, P. 2006. Does low nutritional quality act as a plant defence? An experimental test of the slow-growth, high-mortality hypothesis. - Ecological Entomology 31(1):32–40. 33
United States, US Kentucky Chambers, V. T. 1872. Micro-Lepidoptera. - Canadian Entomologist 4(1,2,3,4, 5):7–12, 25–29, 41–44, 65–69, 88–92, 106–108. 25
United States, US Missouri Forbes, W. T. M. 1923. The Lepidoptera of New York and neighbouring states. Part I. Primitive forms, Microlepidoptera, Pyraloids, Bombyces. - Memoirs of Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station 68:1–729. 180
United States, US Ohio Forbes, W. T. M. 1923. The Lepidoptera of New York and neighbouring states. Part I. Primitive forms, Microlepidoptera, Pyraloids, Bombyces. - Memoirs of Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station 68:1–729. 180
United States, US Texas Heppner, J. B. 2007. Arthropods of Florida and neighbouring land areas. Volume 17. Lepidoptera of Florida. Part 1. Introduction and catalogue. - — :x+670 pp.. 242
United States, US Illinois Heppner, J. B. 2007. Arthropods of Florida and neighbouring land areas. Volume 17. Lepidoptera of Florida. Part 1. Introduction and catalogue. - — :x+670 pp.. 242
United States, US Maine Brower, A. E. 1984. A List of the Lepidoptera of Maine, Part 2: The Microlepidoptera, Section 2; Cosmopterigidae through Hepialidae. - — 114:i–x, 1–70. 44
United States, US Maryland Ely, C. R. 1918. A revision of the North-American Gracilariidae [sic] from the standpoint of venation. - Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 19B (1917)(1–4):29–77. 69

Host Plants

FAMILY SPECIES COUNTRY PUBLICATION PAGE
Fagaceae Quercus alba U.S.A. Chambers, V. T. 1877b. Tineina. - Canadian Entomologist 9(7):123–127. 123
Fagaceae Quercus laevis U.S.A. Cornelissen, T. & Stiling, P. 2006. Does low nutritional quality act as a plant defence? An experimental test of the slow-growth, high-mortality hypothesis. - Ecological Entomology 31(1):32–40. 33
Fagaceae Quercus rubra U.S.A. Robinson, G. S., Ackery, P. R., Kitching, I. J., Beccaloni, G. W. & Hernández, L. M. 2002. Hostplants of the moth and butterfly caterpillars of America North of Mexico. - Memoirs of the American Entomological Institute 69:1–824. 18
Fagaceae Quercus sp. U.S.A. Chambers, V. T. 1878b. Art. IV. Tineina and their foodplants. - Bulletin of the United States Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories 4(1):107–124. 120
Fagaceae Quercus stellata U.S.A. Chambers, V. T. 1877b. Tineina. - Canadian Entomologist 9(7):123–127. 123
Fagaceae Quercus stellata U.S.A. Robinson, G. S., Ackery, P. R., Kitching, I. J., Beccaloni, G. W. & Hernández, L. M. 2002. Hostplants of the moth and butterfly caterpillars of America North of Mexico. - Memoirs of the American Entomological Institute 69:1–824. 18
*   At first, a long, winding, Nepticulid-like mine ending in a large, tentiform blotch mine on underside of leaf.

Species Parasitoids

FAMILY SPECIES COUNTRY PUBLICATION PAGE
Eulophidae Chrysonotomyia sp. U.S.A. Cornelissen, T. & Stiling, P. 2006. Does low nutritional quality act as a plant defence? An experimental test of the slow-growth, high-mortality hypothesis. - Ecological Entomology 31(1):32–40. 34
Eulophidae Zagrammosoma multilineatum U.S.A. Cornelissen, T. & Stiling, P. 2006. Does low nutritional quality act as a plant defence? An experimental test of the slow-growth, high-mortality hypothesis. - Ecological Entomology 31(1):32–40. 34