Dichomeris

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Dichomeris
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Dichomeris marginella
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Insecta
Order: Lepidoptera
Family: Gelechiidae
Subfamily: Dichomeridinae
Genus: Dichomeris
Hübner, 1818[1]
Synonyms
  • Acribologa Meyrick, 1923
  • Ageliarchis Meyrick, 1923
  • Anorthosia Clemens, 1860
  • Aphnogenes Meyrick, 1921
  • Arotria Meyrick, 1904
  • Atasthalistis Meyrick, 1886
  • Begoe Chambers, 1872
  • Brochometis Meyrick, 1923
  • Carbatina Meyrick, 1913
  • Catelaphris Meyrick, 1925
  • Catoptristis Meyrick, 1925
  • Cerycangela Meyrick, 1925
  • Chthonogenes Meyrick, 1938
  • Cotyloscia Meyrick, 1923
  • Croesopola Meyrick, 1904
  • Cymatoplicella Fletcher, 1940
  • Cymotricha Meyrick, 1923
  • Daemonarcha Meyrick, 1918
  • Deimnestra Meyrick, 1918
  • Deltolophos Janse, 1960
  • Desmophylax Meyrick, 1935
  • Epicharta Meyrick, 1926
  • Epicorthylis Zeller, 1873
  • Eporgastis Meyrick, 1921
  • Ereboscaeas Meyrick, 1937
  • Eurysara Turner, 1919
  • Euryzancla Turner, 1919
  • Gaesa Walker, 1864
  • Holaxyra Meyrick, 1913
  • Hylograptis Meyrick, 1910
  • Hypelictis Meyrick, 1905
  • Ilingiotis Meyrick, 1914
  • Iochares Meyrick, 1921
  • Leuropalpa Janse, 1960
  • Machlotricha Meyrick, 1912
  • Macrozancla Turner, 1919
  • Malacotricha Zeller, 1873
  • Musurga Meyrick, 1923
  • Myrophila Meyrick, 1923
  • Mythographa Meyrick, 1923
  • Neochrista Meyrick, 1923
  • Neopachnistis Janse, 1954
  • Orsodytis Meyrick, 1926
  • Oxybelia Hübner, 1825
  • Oxysactis Meyrick, 1923
  • Pachysaris Meyrick, 1914
  • Pappophorus Walsingham, 1897
  • Parabrachmia Janse, 1960
  • Paranoea Walsingham, 1911
  • Paristhmia Meyrick, 1909
  • Picroptera Janse, 1960
  • Plocamosaris Meyrick, 1912
  • Prasodryas Meyrick, 1926
  • Prophoraula Meyrick, 1922
  • Rhadinophylla Turner, 1919
  • Rhinosia Treitschke, 1833
  • Rhynchotona Meyrick, 1923
  • Sathrogenes Meyrick, 1923
  • Schematistis Meyrick, 1911
  • Semiomeris Meyrick, 1923
  • Sirogenes Meyrick, 1923
  • Taphrosaris Meyrick, 1922
  • Thelyasceta Meyrick, 1923
  • Thyrsomnestis Meyrick, 1929
  • Tocmia Walker, 1864
  • Trichotaphe Clemens, 1860
  • Uliaria Dumont, 1921
  • Vazugada Walker, 1864
  • Xenorrhythma Meyrick, 1926
  • Zalithia Meyrick, 1894
  • Zomeutis Meyrick, 1913
  • Eupolis Meyrick, 1923 (preocc. Pickard-Cambridge, 1900
  • Eupolella Fletcher, 1940

Dichomeris is a genus of moth in the family Gelechiidae.

Selected species[edit]

Status unclear[edit]

  • Dichomeris fuliginella (Costa, 1836), described as Rhinosia fuliginella from Italy.

References[edit]

  • Li, H.H. ; H. Zhen & W. Mey, 2013: Notes on Dichomeris Hübner, 1818 from Southern Africa and Kenya, with description of seven new species (Lepidoptera, Gelechiidae, Dichomeridinae). Zootaxa 3608 (7): 561-574. Abstract: [1].
  • Li. H.H. , Z.M. Zheng & H.J. Wang 1997: Description of seven new species of the genus Dichomeris Hübner from China (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae). Entomologia Sinica 4 (3): 220-230.
  • Li, H.H. ; H. Zhen ; R.C. Kendrick & M.J. Sterling 2010: Microlepidoptera of Hong Kong: Taxonomic study on Dichomeris Hübner, 1818, with descriptions of three new species (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae). Shilap Revista de Lepidopterologia 38 (149): 67-89. Full article: [2].
  • Liu Y.-q. & F.-J. Qian, 1994: A new species of the genus Dichomeris injurious to China. (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae). Entomologia Sinica 1 (4): 297-300. Full article: [3].
  • Park, K.T., 2001: Two new species ofDichomeris (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae) from Taiwan. Insecta Koreana 18 (4): 307-310.
  • Ponomarenko, M.G. & T. Ueda, 2004: New species of the genus Dichomeris Hübner (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae) from Thailand. Transactions of the Lepidopterical Society of Japan 55 (3): 147-159. [4].

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