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Archipini

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Kingdom  Animalia
Superfamily  Tortricoidea
Subfamily  Tortricinae
Phylum  Arthropoda
Rank  Tribe
Suborder  Apoditrysia
Family  Tortricidae
Scientific name  Archipini
Higher classification  Tortricinae
Order  Butterflies and moths
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Lower classifications  Spruce budworm, Pandemis, Syndemis musculana

The Archipini are a tribe of tortrix moths. Since many genera of these are not yet assigned to tribes, the genus list presented here is provisional.

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Diversity

Archipini is the largest tribe in the Tortricinae subfamily, containing over 1,600 described species in about 150 genera.

Distribution

Archipini are found in all ecoregions, although there are only few species in the Neotropical ecozone.

Biology

Many of the economically important pests among the tortrix moths belong to this tribe, for example the Light brown apple moth and the spruce budworms. The larvae are often polyphagous.

Unplaced species

  • Anisogona placoxantha Lower, 1896
  • Archips socotranus Walsingham, 1900
  • Argyrotoxa pompica Turner, 1925
  • Arotrophora chionaula Meyrick, 1910
  • Arotrophora cosmoplaca Lower, 1903
  • Cacoecia clivigera Meyrick, 1932
  • Cacoecia desmotana Meyrick, 1881
  • Cacoecia mansueta Meyrick, 1923
  • Cacoecia mnemosynana Meyrick, 1881
  • Cacoecia ophiodesma Lower, 1902
  • Cacoecia recurvana Zeller, 1866
  • Cacoecia tessulatana Meyrick, 1881
  • Capua acrita Turner, 1916
  • Capua adynata Turner, 1945
  • Capua arrosta Turner, 1945
  • Capua arrythmodes Turner, 1946
  • Capua asemantica Turner, 1927
  • Capua belophora Turner, 1945
  • Capua castanitis Turner, 1925
  • Capua catharia Turner, 1926
  • Capua ceramica Lower, 1908
  • Capua cnaphalodes Meyrick, 1910
  • Capua confragosa Meyrick, 1922
  • Capua deuterastis Meyrick, 1910
  • Capua dryina Meyrick, 1910
  • Capua effulgens Meyrick, 1910
  • Capua ephedra Meyrick, 1910
  • Capua eugrapta Turner, 1927
  • Capua euryochra Turner, 1914
  • Capua gongylia Turner, 1925
  • Capua hedyma Turner, 1915
  • Capua hemicosmana Meyrick, 1881
  • Capua ischnomorpha Turner, 1945
  • Capua leptospila Lower, 1901
  • Capua leucobela Turner, 1945
  • Capua leucospila Lower, 1893
  • Capua leucostacta Meyrick, 1910
  • Capua montanana Meyrick, 1881
  • Capua multistriata Turner, 1945
  • Capua naias Turner, 1916
  • Capua notograpta Meyrick, 1910
  • Capua notopasta Turner, 1945
  • Capua nummulata Meyrick, 1910
  • Capua ophthalmias Meyrick, 1910
  • Capua oxygona Lower, 1899
  • Capua paraloxa Meyrick, 1910
  • Capua parastactis Meyrick, 1910
  • Capua phaeosema Turner, 1945
  • Capua phellodes Meyrick, 1910
  • Capua phryctora Meyrick, 1910
  • Capua poliobaphes Turner, 1926
  • Capua ptilocrossa Meyrick, 1914
  • Capua pylora Meyrick, 1938
  • Capua scaphosema Turner, 1945
  • Capua tapinopis Turner, 1945
  • Capua tarachota Meyrick, 1910
  • Capua tetraplasia Turner, 1916
  • Capua thiodyta Meyrick, 1931
  • Capua triadelpha Meyrick, 1920
  • Cnephasia argyrocosma Turner, 1925
  • Cnephasia bleptodora Turner, 1925
  • Cnephasia catarrapha Turner, 1945
  • Cnephasia contortula Turner, 1927
  • Cnephasia crotala Meyrick, 1910
  • Cnephasia lenaea Meyrick, 1910
  • Cnephasia mermera Meyrick, 1910
  • Cnephasia orthias Meyrick, 1910
  • Cnephasia phosphora Meyrick, 1910
  • Cnephasia stereodes Meyrick, 1910
  • Cnephasia thiopasta Turner, 1915
  • Conchylis amoenana Walker, 1863
  • Conchylis tasmaniana Walker, 1863
  • Crambus humerellus Walker, 1866
  • Dichelia atristrigana Meyrick, 1881
  • Dichelia clarana Meyrick, 1881
  • Dichelia cosmopis Lower, 1894
  • Dichelia hyperetana Meyrick, 1881
  • Dichelia sobriana Walker, 1863
  • Dichelia thermaterimma Lower, 1893
  • Dipterina gnophodryas Lower, 1902
  • Dipterina refluana Meyrick, 1881
  • Dipterina rupicolana Meyrick, 1881
  • Dipterina tribolana Meyrick, 1881
  • Epichorista serena Meyrick, 1910
  • Homona biscutata Meyrick, 1931
  • Isochorista cerophanes Meyrick, 1910
  • Proselena camacinana Meyrick, 1882
  • Teras jamaicana Walker, 1863
  • Teras mersana Walker, 1863
  • Tortrix agroeca Meyrick, 1908
  • Tortrix agrypna Meyrick, 1910
  • Tortrix alysidina Turner, 1927
  • Tortrix arcaria Meyrick, 1910
  • Tortrix campylosema Turner, 1945
  • Tortrix campylosticha Turner, 1939
  • Tortrix cataractis Meyrick, 1910
  • Tortrix celatrix Turner, 1916
  • Tortrix chalicodes Meyrick, 1920
  • Tortrix concolorana Meyrick, 1881
  • Tortrix constrictana Walker, 1866
  • Tortrix cratista Walsingham, 1914
  • Tortrix diametrica Meyrick, 1932
  • Tortrix dinota Meyrick, 1918
  • Tortrix entherma Meyrick, 1914
  • Tortrix eusticha Turner, 1945
  • Tortrix furtiva Meyrick, 1911
  • Tortrix haplopolia Turner, 1939
  • Tortrix hilarantha Meyrick, 1918
  • Tortrix hilarantha Meyrick, 1918
  • Tortrix hilarantha Meyrick, 1918
  • Tortrix hilarantha Meyrick, 1918
  • Tortrix hydractis Meyrick, 1910
  • Tortrix hyperptycha Meyrick, in Caradja, 1931
  • Tortrix incompta Turner, 1927
  • Tortrix liquefacta Meyrick, 1908
  • Tortrix olgana Kennel, 1919
  • Tortrix oressinoma Turner, 1925
  • Tortrix oriarcha Meyrick, 1910
  • Tortrix parana Busck, 1911
  • Tortrix phaeoneura Turner, 1945
  • Tortrix plagiomochla Turner, 1945
  • Tortrix polymicta Turner, 1927
  • Tortrix polyphrica Turner, 1927
  • Tortrix procapna Turner, 1945
  • Tortrix rhodochropa Meyrick, 1927
  • Tortrix scaeodoxa Meyrick, 1935
  • Tortrix spilographa Meyrick, 1937
  • Tortrix standishana Newman, 1856
  • Tortrix stigmatias Meyrick, 1910
  • Tortrix technica Turner, 1939
  • Tortrix technitis Meyrick, 1910
  • Tortrix telephanta Meyrick, 1910
  • Tortrix tephrodes Turner, 1916
  • Selected former genera

  • Bradleyella
  • Doridostoma
  • Hypsidracon
  • Xeneda
  • References

    Archipini Wikipedia


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