Tia enervana

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Tia
Die palaearktischen tortriciden. Eine monographische darstellung mit 24 tafeln in farbendruck, einer stammtafel und mehreren abbildungen im text. Mit einer unterstutzung des (20317699893).jpg
Tia enervana in Kennel Die palaearktischen tortriciden male figure 12
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Tia

Heinrich, 1926
Species:
T. enervana
Binomial name
Tia enervana
(Erschoff, 1877) [1] [2]
Synonyms
  • Penthina enervanaErschoff, 1877
  • Argyroploce vulganaMcDunnough, 1922

Tia is a genus of moths belonging to the subfamily Olethreutinae of the family Tortricidae. [3] It contains only one species, Tia enervana, which has been recorded from Russia (Siberia) and Canada (Alberta).

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The wingspan is 13–18 mm.

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References

  1. mothphotographersgroup
  2. Fauna Europaea
  3. Baixeras, J.; Brown, J. W. & Gilligan, T. M. "Online World Catalogue of the Tortricidae". Tortricidae.com. Retrieved January 20, 2009.