Mustilizans sinjaevi Zolotuhin, 2007

Wang, Xing, Wang, Min, Zolotuhin, Vadim V., Hirowatari, Toshiya, Wu, Shipher & Huang, Guo-Hua, 2015, The fauna of the family Bombycidae sensu lato (Insecta, Lepidoptera, Bombycoidea) from Mainland China, Taiwan and Hainan Islands, Zootaxa 3989 (1), pp. 1-138: 79

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http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.3989.1.1

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Mustilizans sinjaevi Zolotuhin, 2007
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53. Mustilizans sinjaevi Zolotuhin, 2007  ( FIGURES 28View FIGURE 28 C – 28 D, 29 F)

Mustilizans sinjaevi Zolotuhin, 2007  , Neue ent. Nachr. 60: 198. TL: “Northern Vietnam, Mt. Fan-si-pan, Cha-pa, 2400 m ”. Holotype: male (MWM) [examined].

Diagnosis. Characterized by forewing with area distal to submarginal line reddish-yellow or yellow-green, antemedial line wavy, and submarginal line with upper half obscure.

Specimens examined. [SICHUAN] 1 male, road from Decheng to Miyi, 2700 m, 27 °02′N, 102 °01′E, 29.III. 2011, Floxiaomi & A. Saldaltis leg. (MWM); [HAINAN] Ledong County (Jianfengling National NR): 1 male, 29.II. 2003, Guo-Hua Huang leg. ( SCAU); 2 males, 12.IV. 2009, Min Wang & Hou-Shuai Wang leg. ( HUNAU); Lingshui County (Diaoluoshan National NR): 8 males, 24.V. 2004, Liu-Sheng Chen & Min Wang leg. ( SCAU); Baisha County (Yinggeling National NR): 1 male, Daoyin Village, 4.XI. 2005, Min Wang & Hou-Shuai Wang leg. ( SCAU); [YUNNAN] Dali County: 1 male (paratype), 230 km N. Dali city, 2200 m, 23–27.IV. 1998 (MWM); Changyuan County: 1 male (paratype), Guokandashan Mountain, September 1999, local collector leg. (MWM); Yunlong County: 3 males (paratypes), Fengshuining Mountain, 13 km N Caojian, 2460 m, 25 ˚ 46 ’N, 99 ˚06’E, 10–20.V. 1999, R. Brechlin leg. (MWM); 1 male (paratype), the same data except 20.V – 9.VI. 1999 (MWM); [XIZANG] 1 male (paratype), Tibet, brigde to Yarlung Tsampo, road Pome-Nyigtri, 2200 m, 30 ˚01’N, 95 ˚00’E, 28.V. 2001, G.C. Beckong leg. ( ZFMK).

Bionomics. The larval host is unknown.

Distribution. China (Sichuan, Yunnan, Xizang) and Hainan, Vietnam.

Remarks. This species is endemic to the Southeastern Himalaya.

ZFMK

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