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Faunistic records from the Czech Republic – 388

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Klapalekiana, 51: 239–250, 2015
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FAUNISTIC RECORDS FROM THE CZECH REPUBLIC – 388
Lepidoptera:
Incurvariidae
Lampronia capitella (Clerck, 1759). Moravia bor., Jakubčovice nad Odrou, Suchá Dora
Nature Reserve (6373), 28.v.2004, 1 , T. Kuras leg., det. et coll.; Moravia mer., Česká
(6765), 20.v.2015, 1 , Z. Laštůvka leg., det. et coll. Species regarded as a pest of red and
blackcurrants (Ribes spp.), probably generally overlooked as adult. In the Czech Republic
recorded from several localities in Bohemia (Sterneck & Zimmermann 1933, Heřman et al.,
in press) and one locality in Moravia without faunistic details (Kuras & Mazalová 2010).
Distributed throughout northern and central Europe, and in all neighbouring countries (van
Nieukerken 2013). The rst concrete records from Moravia.
Bucculatricidae
Bucculatrix humiliella Herrich-Schäffer, 1855. Moravia mer., Břeclav env., Lanžhot-
Soutok, Dúbravka hunting lodge (7367), 14.vi.2014, 1 , J. Šumpich leg., J. Liška det., coll.
National museum, Prague (Fig. 1). From the Czech Republic it is known only from Bohemia,
namely from Horní Planá in southern Bohemia (published as Bucculatrix fatigatella Heyden,
1863) (Liška et al. 2008) and Křivoklát in central Bohemia (Šumpich et al. 2006). Sparsely
distributed in central and northern Europe, recorded also in France (Mey 2013) and Spain
(Laštůvka & Laštůvka 2009). New species for Moravia.
Gracillariidae
Sauterina hofmanniella (Schleich, 1867). Moravia mer.: Brno-Jundrov (6765), 25.v.1945,
1 , leg. F. Gregor, A. Laštůvka det. et coll.; Milovice, Milovický les forest (7166), 12.vii.2014,
mines with larvae on Lathyrus niger, iii.2015, 1 ex l., A. Laštůvka leg., det. et coll. In the
Czech Republic known from Bohemia, Prague (Sterneck & Zimmermann 1933) and newly
conrmed from the same region by Šumpich & Skyva (2008). From Moravia only known
from an old record from the Milovický les forest near Mikulov (Zimmermann & Skala
1947). Distributed in many parts of northern, central and partly southern Europe, and in all
neighbouring countries (Buszko 2013). Conrmed occurrence in Moravia after 70 years.
Acrolepiidae
Acrolepia autumnitella Curtis, 1838. Moravia mer., Hrabětice Travní Dvůr (7264),
17.vii.2015, 1 , J. Liška leg., det. et coll. (Fig. 2). In the Czech Republic known so far only
from Bohemia (Novák et al. 1997, Laštůvka & Liška 2011). In Europe widely distributed
species, recorded in all neighbouring countries (Gaedike & Agassiz 2013). New species for
Moravia.
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Depressariidae
Depressaria oridella (Mann, 1864). Moravia mer., Pálava Protected Landscape Area,
Pavlov, Děvín-Kotel-Soutěska National Nature Reserve, Kotel (7165), 21.vi.1998, 1 , M.
Petrů leg., J. Liška det., G. Elsner rev., coll. F. Fiala. Poorly known species, confused with
other related species in the past. Recently it was recorded in northern and central Bohemia
as a rst reliable records for central Europe, the voucher specimens were compared with the
type material by G. Elsner, J. Liška, and J. Šumpich (Šumpich et al. 2013). Previously known
only from Turkey (locus typicus) and Greece (Lvovsky 2013). The food plant in the Czech
Republic is probably Seseli spp. (Liška 2015). New species for Moravia.
Elachistidae
Elachista scirpi Stainton, 1887. Moravia mer.: Velké Bílovice – Trkmanský Dvůr (7167),
30.v.2014, 1 , 1 , 28.v.2015, 1 , both J. Liška leg., det. et coll; Hrabětice – Travní Dvůr
(7264), 17.vii.2014, 2 ♂♂ (Fig. 3), A. Laštůvka leg., J. Liška det. et coll., 17.vii.2015, 1 ,
J. Liška leg., det. et coll. Species conned to marshy and salty biotopes with Bolboschoenus
maritimus. In neighbouring countries, known from Austria (Huemer 2013) and Hungary
(Pastoralis 2012). In Europe, it mainly occurs in northern countries, but is also recorded from
Portugal, Italy and Sardinia (Kaila 2013). New species for the Czech Republic.
Elachista consortella Stainton 1851. Moravia mer.: Hodonín-Pánov (7168), 27.vii.2011,
1 (Fig. 4), 10.iv.2015, 1, Břeclav env., Lanžhot-Soutok, Polínka hunting lodge (7367),
11.iv.2015, 1 (Fig. 5), all J. Liška leg., det. et coll. In the Czech Republic so far found only
in Bohemia (Laštůvka & Liška 2011). In central Europe recorded in Germany, Switzerland,
Austria and Slovakia (Kaila 2013). In Europe it is distributed across the whole territory, with
fewer records available from the Balkans (Kaila 2013). New species for Moravia.
Coleophoridae
Coleophora frischella (Linnaeus, 1758). Bohemia sept., Čeřeniště, Babinské louky
(5350–5450), 13.vi.2013, 1 , M. Žemlička leg., det. et coll.; Moravia mer., Břeclav env.,
Lanžhot-Soutok, Polínka hunting lodge (7367), 29.v.2012, 1 (Fig. 6), 18.vii.2014, 1 ,
both J. Liška leg., det. et coll. In the past a frequently confused species (cf. Stübner 2007). In
the Czech Republic reliably determined records were published until recently from southern
Bohemia by Šumpich et al. (2010). From Moravia only unconrmed data are known (cf.
Laštůvka & Liška 2011). Presently, the known distribution comprises Germany, Austria,
Switzerland, Italy, France (Stübner 2007) and also Hungary (Buschmann et al. 2014). The
rst reliable records from Moravia.
Coleophora frankii Schmidt, 1886. Moravia mer., Bořetice-Zázmoníky (7067), 27.v.2003,
1 , 7.v.2006, 1 (Fig. 7), 4.vii.2008, 1 , 20.iv.2009, 1 , 7.vi.2009, 1 , 9.iv.2010, 1
(Fig. 8), 21.iv.2011, 2 ♂♂, 28.vi.2011, 1 , all J. Liška leg., det. et coll. In the Czech Republic
known only from a single record from Bohemia (Zimmermann 1943) (cf. Laštůvka & Liška
2011). Generally known only from central Europe, Croatia and Italy (Baldizzone & van der
Wolf 2013). New species for Moravia.
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Coleophora paramayrella Nel, 1993. Bohemia sept., Čeřeniště, Babinské louky (5350–
5450), 13.vi.2013, 1 , M. Žemlička leg., det. et coll., J. Liška rev.; Bohemia centr., Radotín-
Cikánka, 6.vii.2014, 2 ♂♂, J. Liška leg., det. et coll.; Moravia mer.-or., Bílé Karpaty Protected
Landscape Area, Nová Lhota-Vápenky (7171), 17.vii.2013, 2 ♂♂, 1 , J. Liška leg., det. et
coll.; Moravia mer., Dolní Dunajovice, Velká Slunečná Hill (7165), 260 m a.s.l., 1.vii.2015,
1 , at light, J. Sitek lgt., det. et coll. So far occurrence has been conrmed in France, Italy,
Slovenia, Macedonia and Greece (Stübner 2007), also recently recorded in Slovakia (Pasto-
rális et al. 2011) and Hungary (Buschmann et al. 2014). New species for the Czech Republic.
Gelechiidae
Monochroa arundinetella (Boyd 1857). Bohemia occ., Františkovy Lázně, Soos Nati-
onal Nature Reserve (5840), 14.vii.1995, 1 (Fig. 9); Moravia mer.: Oleksovice (7063),
17.vii.2007, 1 (Fig. 10), J. Šumpich leg., det. et coll. (published as Monochroa suffusella
(Douglas, 1850) by Šumpich & Skyva (2008)); Hodonín-Zbrod (7168), 16.vii.2015, 1 , J.
Liška leg., det. et coll. Sparsely distributed species, mainly in central Europe (but not recorded
in Austria, Switzerland or Slovenia) and northern Europe (Karsholt 2013). New species for
the Czech Republic.
Scrobipalpa hyoscyamella (Stainton, 1869). Bohemia centr., Čáslav, Vrdy (6058), ix.
1866, 1 (gen. prep. GE/3071), [?Josef Müller leg.], G. Elsner det., coll. National museum,
Prague (F. A. Nickerl and O. Nickerl collection) (Figs 11, 12). Although the locality label
does not include a collector’s name, Nickerl (1894) refers to Mr. Josef Müller’s collection
including material from the vicinity of “Wrdy im Čáslauer Bezirke” (now Vrdy). This speci-
men was originally identied as Lita costella (Humphrey et Westwood, 1845) and since then
has been referred to in different lists of the Bohemian Lepidoptera (Nickerl 1894, Sterneck
& Zimmermann 1933, Novák et al. 1997). Elsner (1998) considers this as a dubious record,
and Laštůvka & Liška (2011) have omitted this name. S. hyoscyamella is known from Spain,
southern France, north-eastern Austria and probably also Romania (Huemer & Karsholt 2010).
New species for the Czech Republic.
Eulamprotes libertinella (Zeller, 1872). Bohemia centr., Zbraslav[ice] (6157), about 500 m
a.s.l, 1860, 1 (gen. prep. GE/3070), without name of collector, G. Elsner det., coll. National
museum, Prague (F. A. Nickerl and O. Nickerl collection) (Figs 13, 14). This voucher specimen
originates most probably from the collection of Nickerl’s contemporary, head forester Karl
Bernard, who was living and collecting in Hetlín village a few kilometres north of Zbraslavice.
E. libertinella primarily inhabits rocky mountain slopes at elevations above 1000 m (Huemer
et al. 2014) but it has also been found below 400 m (southern Italy, 1 , Pietramurata, 250 m,
19.vii.1960, K. Burmann leg.). It is known from the major part of the Alpine arc, ranging from
the Maritime Alps in the southwest up to the north-eastern Austrian Limestone Alps in the
north-east and the Julian Alps in the south-east (Huemer et al. 2014). The single Bohemian
record has already been published by Sterneck & Zimmermann (1933) but until 2014 it was
not possible to check material deposited in the National museum in Prague, and this record
had either been indicated as of uncertain determination and insufcient locality data, e.g. in
Novák et al. (1997), Elsner (1998) or omitted (Laštůvka & Liška 2011). This study conrms
the historical record of E. libertinella in the Czech Republic.
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Tortricidae
Bactra robustana (Christoph, 1872). Bohemia or., Hlinsko (6261), 20.vi.1986, 1 ,
J. Šumpich leg., det. et coll. (Fig. 15); Moravia mer.: Kobylí (7167), 21.vii.1982, 2 ♂♂, 4 ♀♀,
G. Elsner leg., det. et coll., Velké Bílovice Trkmanský Dvůr (7167), 30.v.2014, 1 , 1 (Fig.
16), Hrabětice – Travní Dvůr (7264), 17.vii.2015, 1 , all J. Liška leg., det. et coll. (Fig. 17),
Hustopeče, 4.vi.1996, 1 , J. Skyva leg. et coll., J. Šumpich det. Species conned to marsh
biotopes with Bolboschoenus maritimus. In Europe it is known from most countries, and is
recorded from all neighbouring countries except Poland (Aarvik 2013). New species for the
Czech Republic.
Rhyacionia duplana (Hübner, [1813]). Moravia mer., Bzenec (7169), 10.iv.2015, 3 ♂♂,
1 , J. Liška leg., det. et coll. (Fig. 18). From Moravia only a very old record is available,
namely from Brno (Skala 1912–1913). In Europe widely distributed, in the Balkans recorded
so far only from Macedonia (Aarvik 2013). Conrmed occurrence in Moravia after more
than 100 years.
Cydia exquisitana (Rebel, 1899). Moravia mer., Valtice – Boří Dvůr (7266), 26.iv.2013,
1 , A. Laštůvka & Z. Laštůvka leg. et det., conrm. et coll. J. Liška (Fig. 19), Hrabětice
– Travní Dvůr (7264), 17.vii.2015, 2 ♀♀, J. Liška leg., det. et coll. Dendrophilous species,
with larvae living under bark of some deciduous trees (Ulmus spp., Salix spp.) (Razowski
2003). Generally rare species, sparsely distributed from France to Russia, in neighbouring
countries known from Germany, Austria, Hungary and Slovakia (Aarvik 2013). New species
for the Czech Republic.
Pyralidae
Synaphe antennalis (Fabricius, 1794). Bohemia mer., Kardašova Řečice (6855), vi.1939,
1 , K. Peger leg., J. Liška det., coll. B. Starý in Moravian Museum in Brno. Predominantly
psammophilous species; in the Czech Republic known only from southern parts of Moravia
(Laštůvka & Liška 2011). The northern border of its occurrence in central Europe goes through
the Czech Republic, in neighbouring countries so far not recorded from Poland or Germany;
in Europe distributed from Spain to Russia (Nuss et al. 2013). New species for Bohemia.
Pyralis lienigialis Zeller, 1843. Moravia mer., Brno – Černá Pole (6765), 11.vii.2014, 1 ,
in a house (on frame of an open window), J. Marek leg., det. et coll. Synanthropic species, its
larva develops on vegetable products and waste plant materials. Distributed mainly in northern
parts of Europe, partly in western, southwestern and eastern Europe (Slamka 2006, Nuss et
al. 2013). In central Europe, only one old record known from southeastern Poland (Buszko
& Nowacki 2000, Slamka 2006). First record from the Czech Republic.
Aglossa caprealis (Hübner, [1809]). Moravia mer.: Brno – Černá Pole (6765), 26.vii.2013,
1 , in a house, J. Marek leg., det. et coll.; Břeclav env., Lanžhot-Soutok, Dúbravka hunting
lodge (7367), 6.vii.2014, 1 , J. Šumpich leg., det. et coll. (Fig. 21). Thermophilous species.
In central Europe known from all countries except Slovakia (Nuss et al. 2013). In Europe
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widely distributed, mainly in southern countries, also recorded in the British Isles and Den-
mark (Nuss et al. 2013). These latter records can be attributed to recent warm years. New
species for the Czech Republic.
Acrobasis dulcella (Zeller, 1848). Bohemia centr., Praha-Šárka (5852), 1940 (without
detailed data), 1 , B. Starý leg., J. Liška det., coll. B. Starý in Moravian Museum in Brno
(Fig. 20). Thermophilous species, conned to Prunus spinosa. Recorded from all Central
European countries except Switzerland and Poland (Nuss et al. 2013, Lesar & Govedič 2010).
In Europe it is known from Spain to Russia, but not recorded in northern countries (Nuss et
al. 2013). New species for the Czech Republic.
Cadra gulilella (Gregson, 1871). Moravia mer.: Bzenec (7069), 15.vi.2013, 1 , at light
in former military training area; Rokytná (6963), 7.ix.2013, 1 , at light on a rock steppe,
both J. Marek leg., det. et coll. Synanthropic species with cosmopolitan distribution, its larva
develops on dry stored vegetable products, or on drying plum, vine or g fruits outdoors (Ha-
nnemann 1964, Slamka 2006). Known from nearly all European countries, in central Europe
not recorded from Slovakia (Nuss et al. 2013). In the Czech Republic reported by Verner
(1965) from Bohemia, without exact locality by Roesler (1973), and recently by Sitek &
Vacula (2014) also from Moravia, in all cases from synanthropic situations. First documented
occurrence in the wild in the Czech Republic.
Crambidae
Agriphila tolli (Błeszyński, 1952). Bohemia or., Ústí-Branišov, V hati (6558), 16.viii.2009,
1 , I. Dvořák leg., det. et coll. In the Czech Republic widely distributed in southern Mo-
ravia (Laštůvka & Liška 2011). Distribution limited to central and southeastern Europe, in
the neighbouring countries recorded only in Slovakia and Austria (Nuss et al. 2013). New
species for Bohemia.
Cydalima perspectalis (Walker, 1859). Bohemia centr.: Káraný (5854), 3.ix.2015, 1 ,
T. Jirgl leg., det. et coll. (Fig. 22); Praha-Smíchov (5952), 21.viii.2015, 1 , M. Knížek leg.,
J. Liška det. et coll.; Praha-Bubeneč (5852), 12.ix.2015, several former feeding places on
shoots of boxwood, J. Liška leg. and det., Z. Laštůvka conrm. (Fig. 28); Moravia mer.: Česká
(6765), viii.2014 and 2015, larvae, Brno – Černá Pole, Arboretum of the Mendel University
(6765), viii.2014, v.2015, numerous larvae, Z. Laštůvka observ. et det., Brno-Bosonohy
(6865), v.2013, mass occurrence of larvae, about 50 ex. ex larva, A. Schoříková observ.
et leg., Z. Laštůvka det. et coll. (Figs 24–27, 29); Břeclav env., Kančí obora forest (7267),
13.viii.2015, about 50 ex. at light; Lanžhot (7267), 14.viii.2015, several dozen specimens
at light, both A. Laštůvka & Z. Laštůvka observ. et det., Lanžhot-Soutok, Dúbravka hunting
lodge (7367), 2.vii.2015, 1 , 8.vii.2015, 1 , J. Šumpich leg., det. et coll.; Moravia centr.,
Čelechovice na Hané (6468), 13.viii.2015, 1 , light trap, J. Darebník leg., T. Kadlec det. et
coll. East-Asian invasive species, conned to Buxus sempervirens, B. microphylla and other
Buxus species. In the Czech Republic detected for the rst time in southern Moravia in 2011
(cf. Šumpich 2011) and the rst harmful occurrence was observed in 2013 (Šefrová et al.
2013). New species for Bohemia.
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Geometridae
Alcis jubata (Thunberg, 1788). Bohemia mer., Dobrá env., Stožec hill (7148), 6.vii.2013,
1 , J. Uřičář leg., det. et coll. (Fig. 23). From the Czech Republic known only from older
records (Skala 1931, Neumann 1971, Novák & Spitzer 1972, Jaroš et al. 2014). In Europe
sparsely distributed from Spain to Russia (Hausmann et al. 2013). Conrmed occurrence in
the Czech Republic after more than 40 years.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. We are indebted to T. Kadlec for allowing us to use his unpublished data on Cydali-
ma perspectalis. This work was nancially supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic (DKRVO
2015/13, National Museum, 00023272) (J. Šumpich) and by the project of the Ministry of Agriculture of the Czech
Republic – Resolution RO 0115 (reference number 5774/2015-MZE-17011) (J. Liška, M. Knížek).
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CZ-156 04 Praha 5-Zbraslav, Czech Republic; e-mail: liska@vulhm.cz
Jan ŠUMPICH, Department of Entomology, National Museum, Cirkusová 1470,
CZ-193 00 Praha 9 - Horní Počernice, Czech Republic; e-mail: jansumpich@seznam.cz
Gustav ELSNER, Hůlkova 304, CZ-197 00 Praha 9-Kbely, Czech Republic;
e-mail: gelsner@seznam.cz
Jaroslav MAREK, Venhudova 21, CZ-614 00 Brno, Czech Republic
Zdeněk LAŠTŮVKA, Mendel University in Brno, Zemědělská 1, CZ-613 00 Brno,
Czech Republic; e-mail: last@mendelu.cz
Jan SKYVA, Buzulucká 3, CZ-160 00 Praha 6 – Dejvice, Czech Republic; e-mail: jansky-
va@seznam.cz
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Aleš LAŠTŮVKA, Slavíčkova 15, CZ-796 01 Prostějov, Czech Republic;
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Figs 1–10. Voucher specimens of recorded species. 1. Bucculatrix humiliella Herrich-Schäffer, 1855. Lanžhot, ♂; 2.
Acrolepia autumnitella Curtis, 1838. Hrabětice, ♂; 3. Elachista scirpi Stainton, 1887. Hrabětice, ♂; 4–5. Elachista
consortella Stainton 1851, ♂. 4. Hodonín-Pánov, 5. Lanžhot-Soutok; 6. Coleophora frischella (Linnaeus, 1758).
Lanžhot-Soutok, ♂; 7–8. Coleophora frankii Schmidt, 1886. 7. Bořetice-Zázmoníky, ♀; 8. Bořetice-Zázmoníky,
♂; 9–10. Monochroa arundinetella (Boyd 1857), ♂. 9. Františkovy Lázně; 10. Oleksovice. (Photo: J. Šumpich).
Obr. 1–10. Sbírkové doklady zaznamenaných druhů. 1. Bucculatrix humiliella Herrich-Schäffer, 1855. Lanžhot, ♂;
2. Acrolepia autumnitella Curtis, 1838. Hrabětice, ♂; 3. Elachista scirpi Stainton, 1887. Hrabětice, ♂; 4–5. Elachista
consortella Stainton 1851, ♂. 4. Hodonín-Pánov, 5. Lanžhot-Soutok; 6. Coleophora frischella (Linnaeus, 1758).
Lanžhot-Soutok, ♂; 7–8. Coleophora frankii Schmidt, 1886. 7. Bořetice-Zázmoníky, ♀; 8. Bořetice-Zázmoníky,
♂; 9–10. Monochroa arundinetella (Boyd 1857), ♂. 9. Františkovy Lázně; 10. Oleksovice. (Foto: J. Šumpich).
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Figs 11–14. Voucher specimens of commented species. Fig. 11–12. Scrobipalpa hyoscyamella (Stainton, 1869),
Vrdy, ♂; 11. Adult. 12. Male genitalia. Fig. 13–14. Eulamprotes libertinella (Zeller, 1872), Zbraslavice, ♂. 13. Adult;
14. male genitalia; a – phallus. (Photo: G. Elsner).
Obr. 11–14. Sbírkové doklady komentovaných druhů. Fig. 11–12. Scrobipalpa hyoscyamella (Stainton, 1869),
Vrdy, ♂; 11. Dospělec. 12. Samčí genitálie. Fig. 13–14. Eulamprotes libertinella (Zeller, 1872), Zbraslavice, ♂.
13. Dospělec; 14. Samčí genitálie; a – falus. (Foto: G. Elsner).
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Figs 15–23. Voucher specimens of recorded species. 15–17. Bactra robustana (Christoph, 1872), ♀. 15. Hlinsko;
16. Velké Bílovice; 17. Hrabětice; 18. Rhyacionia duplana (Hübner, [1813]). Bzenec, ♀; 19. Cydia exquisitana (Rebel,
1899). Valtice, ♀; 20. Acrobasis dulcella (Zeller, 1848). Praha-Šárka, ♂; 21. Aglossa caprealis (Hübner, [1809]).
Lanžhot, ♂; 22. Cydalima perspectalis (Walker, 1859). Káraný, ♂; 23. Alcis jubata (Thunberg, 1788). Stožec, ♂.
(Photo: J. Šumpich (15–21), T. Jirgl (22), J. Uřičář (23)).
Obr. 15–23. Sbírkové doklady zaznamenaných druhů. 15–17. Bactra robustana (Christoph, 1872), ♀. 15. Hlinsko;
16. Velké Bílovice; 17. Hrabětice; 18. Rhyacionia duplana (Hübner, [1813]). Bzenec, ♀; 19. Cydia exquisitana (Rebel,
1899). Valtice, ♀; 20. Acrobasis dulcella (Zeller, 1848). Praha-Šárka, ♂; 21. Aglossa caprealis (Hübner, [1809]).
Lanžhot, ♂; 22. Cydalima perspectalis (Walker, 1859). Káraný, ♂; 23. Alcis jubata (Thunberg, 1788). Stožec, ♂.
(Foto: J. Šumpich (15–21), T. Jirgl (22), J. Uřičář (23)).
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Figs 24–29. Life stages of Cydalima perspectalis (Walker, 1859). 24–25. Adults. 24. Male. 25. Female. 26. Cater-
pillar. 27. Pupae. 28—28. Host plant Buxus sempervirens. 24–27, 29. Brno. 28. Praha-Bubeneč. (Photo: Z. Laštůvka
(24–27, 29), J. Liška (28)).
Obr. 24–29. Životní projevy Cydalima perspectalis (Walker, 1859). 24–25. Dospělci. 24. ♂. 25. ♀. 26. Housenka.
27. Kukla. 28—28. Živná rostlina Buxus sempervirens. 24–27, 29. Brno. 28. Praha-Bubeneč. (Foto: Z. Laštůvka
(24–27, 29), J. Liška (28)).
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