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An addition of two Tortricidae species to the Bulgarian fauna with notes on genital morphology (Lepidoptera)


Boyan Zlatkov https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5704-1634; Ognyan Sivilov https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3497-8237

21 December 2020 · volume 41 · [13] · pp. 103–108 · PDF

Abstract: Two species, Falseuncaria degreyana and Epibactra immundana, are reported new for Bulgaria. They were found in endangered grassland habitats in the Danubian Plain. The moths and their genitalia are illustrated, and the vesicae are described for the first time.

Keywords: endophallus, faunistics, steppes, vesica

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Zlatkov B., Sivilov O. 2020 An addition of two Tortricidae species to the Bulgarian fauna with notes on genital morphology (Lepidoptera). Historia naturalis bulgarica 41: 103–108.

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