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New data to the Microlepidoptera fauna of Hungary, part XVIII (Lepidoptera: Depressariidae, Elachistidae, Gelechiidae, Heliozelidae, Tortricidae)

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Agonopterix ferocella (Chrétien, 1910) (Depressariidae), Anarsia innoxiella Gregersen et Karsholt, 2017 (Gelechiidae), Depressaria sordidatella Tengström, 1848 (Depressariidae), Elachista eleochariella Stainton, 1851 (Elachistidae) and Epiblema fuchsianum (Rössler, 1877) (Tortricidae) are recorded from Hungary for the fi rst time. Additional records of Coptodisca lucifl uella Clemens, 1860 (Heliozelidae) from Hungary are given. With 7 fi gures.
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Folia ent. hung. 79, 2018
FOLIA ENTOMOLOGICA HUNGARICA
ROVARTANI KÖZLEMÉNYEK
Volume 79 2018 pp. 115–122
DOI: 10.17112/FoliaEntHung.2018.79.115
New data to the Microlepidoptera fauna of Hungary, part XVIII
(Lepidoptera: Depressariidae, Elachistidae, Gelechiidae, Heliozelidae,
Tortricidae)
Csaba S1 & Attila T2*
1 H-1034 Budapest, Bécsi út 88, Hungary. E-mail: bothv@t-online.hu
2 H-1172 Budapest, Jászivány utca 64, Hungary. E-mail: molyirto@gmail.com
AbstractAgonopterix ferocella (Chrétien, 1910) (Depressariidae), Anarsia innoxiella Gregersen et
Karsholt, 2017 (Gelechiidae), Depressaria sordidatella Tengström, 1848 (Depressariidae), Elachista
eleochariella Stainton, 1851 (Elachistidae) and Epiblema fuchsianum (Rössler, 1877) (Tortricidae)
are recorded from Hungary for the  rst time. Additional records of Coptodisca luci uella Clemens,
1860 (Heliozelidae) from Hungary are given. With 7  gures.
Key words – faunistics, new records
Depressariidae
Agonopterix ferocella (Chrétien, 1910) (Fig. 1) – Peter Buchner, while re-
vising the material of the largest collections for his work in preparation about
the European Depressariidae, noticed that the material of Agonopterix laterella
([Denis et Schi ermüller], 1775) in the Hungarian Natural History Museum
(HNHM) was mixed up with another species, Agonopterix ferocella (Chrétien,
1910). Discovered recently in Switzerland (S 2013), A. ferocella was
unknown from Hungary until now.
Buchner tagged with his identi cation labels the specimens of HNHM from
Kaposvár (29.VIII.1948, leg. Pazsiczky) and Sümeg (VIII.1954, leg. Barkóczi).
Additional material were identi ed by the  rst author, as follows. Baranya coun-
ty: Mecsek-hegység [= Mecsek Mountains], Vasas II, 25 and 28.IV.1966, coll.
Balogh. – Tolna county: Fácánkert, 25.V.1961, fénycsapda [= light trap].
e rst author found several A. ferocella specimens in the material col-
lected by the light traps of the Hungarian Forest Research Institute (ERTI).  e
Microlepidoptera collection of the Mátrafüred Experimental Station of ERTI har-
* Corresponding author.
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bours the following A. ferocella specimens (the number of specimens collected at
each events are in parentheses). Baranya county: Terecsenypuszta, Sasrét, 20.IV
and 20.V.2003, 26.V.2005; Sumony, erdészház [= forestry house], 26.V.2005. – Tolna
county: Hőgyész, Szálláspuszta, 23.VI.1999 (3), 20.IV.2003 (1), 01.IV.2004 (2).
Additional specimens are located in the  rst author’s collection (coll.
SzCs = Csaba Szalóki), which were taken either during the exploration of the
Microlepidoptera fauna of the Bakony Mountains, or by light traps of ERTI
throughout Hungary.  eir data are as follows. Baranya county: Sumony, er-
dészház [= forestry house], 13.IV.1993, light trap; Villányi-hegység [= Villány
Mountains], Szársomlyó, 10.X.2001, leg. SzCs. – Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén county :
Zempléni-hegység [= Zemplén Mountains], Rostalló, 04.VIII.1977, leg. Ronkay
L., 20.V.1980, leg. SzCs. – Fejér county: Vértes hegység [= mountains], Gánt-
Gránás, 26.IV.2008, leg. SzCs. – Heves county: Mátra-hegység, Sár-hegy, Szent
Anna tó [= Mátra Mountains, Sár hill, Szent Anna lake], 27.VII.2001, leg. SzCs.
– Tolna county: Paks, Cseresznyés-láprét [= marsh meadow], 8.VIII.2012, leg.
SzCs. – Veszprém county: Bakonykúti, 15.X.2000, leg. SzCs, Barnag, Sombokor,
29.IV.2001, leg. SzCs; Csopak, növényvédelmi állomás [= station of the Plant
Protection Institute], 13.V.1977, light trap; Tihany, kutatóház [= research house],
1.V.2001, leg. SzCs; Vászoly, Öreg-hegy [= Öreg hill] (in parentheses the number
of specimens collected at each events are given, all of them leg. SzCs.), 1.V.1980
(1), 20.IV.2008 (28), 11.VIII.2010 (1), 24.IX.2011 (1), 26.IV.2012 (11), 11.V.2012
(1), 20.IV.2013 (1), 31.VIII.2013 (1), 20.IV.2015 (6), 18.IV.2016. (2), 21.IV.2016
(1). – Zala county: Rezi, gesztenyés [= chestnut grove], 12.IV.1988, light trap.
Fig. 1. Agonopterix ferocella (Chrétien, 1910)
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Flight time is from July to May (a er hibernation). Host plants: Carlina
acanthifolia, Cirsium ferox and Cirsium vulgare (Asteraceae). To be placed next to
Agonopterix laterella [(Denis & Schi ermüller], 1775) in the Hungarian checklist
(S et al. 2002). Proposed Hungarian name: aszatrágó laposmoly.
Depressaria sordidatella Tengström, 1848 (Fig. 2) – Vas county: Őrségi
Nemzeti Park [= Őrség National Park], Szakonyfalu, 21.VIII.1993, leg. SzCs.
DNA Barcode TLMF Lep. 23189; same locality and collector, 27.VIII.1994.
– Among nearly one hundred Depressariidae specimens sent to Buchner for
identi cation, he found two specimens of D. sordidatella.  ey were taken at
Hgl 125W light, close to the brook in the vicinity of Szakonyfalu. Host plants:
Anthriscus, Peucedanum, Aegopodium, Pastinaca, Chaerophyllum, Heracleum
sphondylium, Angelica (Apiaceae).  is moth species is widespread in Europe
(L & Y 1993) but absent from Ireland, Portugal, Belgium, the
Ukraine and the Balkan Peninsula. It had been also known from neighbour-
ing countries Austria and Slovakia so its appearance in Hungary was not unex-
pected. Wingspan: 12–22 mm. Univoltine,  ight time in July and August. To
be placed next to Depressaria olerella Zeller, 1854 in the Hungarian checklist.
Proposed Hungarian name: turbolya-laposmoly.
Elachistidae
Elachista eleochariella Stainton, 1851 (Fig. 3) –  e light trap of ERTI has
been operating for more than ten years in the Zemplén Mountains, at Kishuta. It
is situated in the valley of the Kemence Stream, at the once-existed forestry sta-
tion, with the light source of a 125 W Hgl bulb.  e sole E. eleochariella specimen
Fig. 2. Depressaria sordidatella Tengström, 1848
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was collected by this light trap (3.VIII.2004). – Distributed mainly in Northern
Europe (Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Lithuania, Latvia, Germany, Great
Britain, Ireland), but present also in France and Austria. Host plants: Carex pani-
cea, Carex acca, Eleocharis palustris and Eriophorum angustifolium (Cyperaceae)
Wingspan: 8.5 mm. Flight time: July–August. To be placed next to Elachista
utonella Frey, 1856 in the Hungarian checklist (S et al. 2002). Proposed
Hungarian name: csetkáka-fűaknázómoly.
Gelechiidae
Anarsia innoxiella Gregersen et Karsholt, 2017 (Fig. 4) – In 2017, Anarsia
lineatella Zeller, 1839 was split into two taxa and a new species was described by
G & K (2017) as A. innoxiella.  e huge type series includes
specimens from Bulgaria, Croatia, Czechia, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece,
Hungary, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Romania, Slovakia and Turkey.
Specimens in the collection of HNHM are as follows. Hungary: Budapest:
Hűvösvölgy, 2.VII.1922, leg. Uhrik; [without exact locality within Budapest],
14.VIII.1898, leg. Uhrik, “lineatella” coll. Uhrik, coll. Pazsiczky. – Borsod-Abaúj-
Zemplén county: Aggtelek National Park, Jósvafő, VITUKI kutatóállomás [=
research station of the late Environmental and Water Management Research
Institute], 1.VII.1992, leg. SzCs; Aggtelek National Park, Szár-hegy [Szár hill],
Béke cave, 10.VII.1993. leg. SzCs; Sátor-hegység [= Zemplén Mountains],
Füzér, 16–17.VII.1950, leg. Issekutz, coll. Issekutz. – Heves county: Gyöngyös,
26.VI.1959, light trap. – Nógrád county: Szécsény, 21–23.VI, 29.VI and 1–20.
Fig. 3. Elachista eleochariella Stainton, 1851
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VIII.1951, leg. Lipthay B., coll. Issekutz, “lineatella” det. Gozmány. – Pest coun-
ty: Törökbálint, 17.VI.1920, leg. Uhrik. – Romania: Arad county: Borosje
[currently Ineu] 18.VI.1922, leg. Diószeghy.
e collection of SzCs contains the following specimens. Budapest: Sas-hegy
[= Sas hill], 6.VII.1988, 21.VII.2003, leg. SzCs. – Baranya county: Terecsenypusz-
ta, Sasrét, 16.VI.2018, leg. SzCs. – Bács-Kiskun county: Fülöp háza, Fejes tanya
[= farm], 9.VI.2001, light trap. – Békés county: Bélmegyer, Peucedanumos [=
Peucedanum stand], 6.VII.2000, leg. SzCs. “Anarsia lineatella” det. Z. Tokár;
Békéscsaba-Póstelek, Boross László kutatóház [= research house], 14.VIII.2018,
leg. SzCs. – Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén county: Bódvarákó, Esztramos tető [=
peak of Esztramos hill], 17.VII.2017, leg. SzCs; Bükk [Mountains], Gerennavár,
12.VII.2018, leg. SzCs. – Fejér county: Csákberény, Bucka-hegy [= Bucka hill],
4.VI.2018, leg. SzCs; Velence, növényvédelmi állomás [= station of the Plant
Protec tion Institute], 4.VIII.2017, light trap, coll. A. Takács, SzCs. – Győr-
Moson-Sopron county: Sopron, Fáber-rét, 11.VII.2018, ERTI ligh trap. – Heves
county: Eger, Szőlőske, 30.V.2018, leg. SzCs. – Komárom-Esztergom county: Esz-
ter gom, Hild utca [= street], 18, 20, 21 and 26.V, 3 and 10.VI.2018, leg. SzCs. –
Pest county: Horány, Meteor TTE Erdei telep [= camping site], 8.VI.2018, leg.
SzCs; Kosd, Naszály hill, Cselőtepuszta, kulcsosház [= tourist lodge], 9.VI.2007,
leg. SzCs; Szigetmonostor, Merzsán, homokbuckák [= sand hills], 8.VI.2018, leg.
SzCs. – Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg county: Bátorliget, kutatóház [= research house],
17.V.2018, leg. SzCs; Vámosatya, Deák vendégház [= pa nsion], 16.V.2018, leg. SzCs.
– Vas county: Szalafő, Alsószer, 22.IV.2018, ERTI ligh trap. – Veszprém county:
Tihany, kutatóház [= research house], 29.VII.2016, leg. SzCs; Vászoly, Öreg-hegy
Fig. 4. Anarsia innoxiella Gregersen et Karsholt, 2017
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[= Öreg hill ], 30.VI.2016, 22 and 30.V, 12 and 25.VI.2018, leg. SzCs. – Zala county :
Balatongyörök, Pap-hegy [= Pap hill], 2.VII.2002, fénycsapda [= light trap].
Anarsia innoxiella is highly similar to A. lineatella, but the markings of the
forewing are more contrasted and distinctively elongated parallel to dorsum.
Flight time: June to August. Host plant: Acer campestre but supposedly also
on other Acer species. To be placed next to Anarsia lineatella in the Hungarian
checklist (S et al. 2002). Proposed Hungarian name: juharmoly.
Heliozelidae
Coptodisca luci uella Clemens, 1860 (Fig. 5) –  e most signi cant novelty
of 2017 in the family Heliozelidae was the  nding of this species (T et al.
2017).  is species was introduced from the USA to Italy where it was recorded
for the  rst time in 2011. It reached Hungary because of its north-eastern expan-
sion but further appearance is not recorded yet.  e species was found in more
than 100 localities in Hungary (Fig. 6).
Wingspan: 4–6 mm. Host plant: Juglans regia, but also J. nigra.  e larva
makes a blotch-mine, which is noticeable on both sides of the leaf. Before pu-
pation, the larva cuts out a characteristic oval hole from the leaf to prepare a
case, and crawls away with this case to the branches or to the trunk. Presumably
bivoltine in Hungary. To be placed next to Antispila treitschkiella (Fischer von
Röslerstamm, 1843) in the Hungarian checklist (Set al. 2002). Proposed
Hungarian name: dióaknázó fényesmoly.
Fig. 5. Coptodisca luci uella Clemens, 1860
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Tortricidae
Epiblema fuchsianum (Rössler, 1877) (Fig. 7) – On 9 May 2018, in Esztergom ,
Sípoló-hegy (Bartikút dűlő) [Sípoló hill (Bartikút lane)] the  rst author was col-
Fig. 6. Localities of Coptodisca luci uella Clemens, 1860 in Hungary
Fig. 7. Epiblema fuchsianum (Rössler, 1877)
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lecting with 125 W Hgl light. Nearly 110 species, characteristic amount for the
season, came to light. At dawn a tortricid specimen arrived, which had unusually
light hindwing. A er setting it was identi ed as Epiblema fuchsianum (Rössler,
1877) by the  rst author.
According to K & R (1996) this species was found
in Europe in the following countries: former states of USSR, France, Italy,
Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Slovakia, Romania and Bulgaria. Five years later
R (2001) mentioned the species from Hungary, without proper loca-
tion. P et al. (2016) did not include E. fuchsianum in their checklist.
erefore the specimen caught in Esztergom should be regarded as the  rst ex-
act record of E. fuchsianum from Hungary. Host plant: Chamaecytisus (Cytisus)
(Fabaceae). Wingspan: 13–18 mm. Flies from April to July (perhaps bivoltine).
To be placed next to Epiblema foenella (Linnaeus, 1758) in the Hungarian check-
list. Proposed Hungarian name: zanót-tükrösmoly.
*
Acknowledgements – We would like to express our thanks to Balázs Tóth (HNHM, Budapest)
for the English translation of the manuscript and to Kristóf Antal (Government O ce of Fejér
County, Department of Plant and Soil Protection, Velence) for producing Fig. 6.  e manuscript
was submitted on 31 January 2018.
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A new species of Gelechiidae is described as Anarsia innoxiella sp. n., based on differences in morphology and biology. It is closely related to and has hitherto been confused with the Peach Twig Borer, Anarsia lineatella Zeller, 1839. Whereas larvae of the latter feed on - and are known to be a pest of - Prunus species (Rosaceae), the larva of A. innoxiella feeds on Acer species (Sapindaceae). All known synonyms of A. lineatella are discussed in detail, including Anarsia lineatella subsp. heratella Amsel, 1967, from Afghanistan and A. lineatella subsp. tauricella Amsel, 1967, from Turkey. Our study has shown no evidence for changing the present taxonomic status of these two taxa. We discuss also the status of the genus Ananarsia Amsel, 1957. The new species A. innoxiella is widely distributed in Europe and is often found in the same areas as A. lineatella, but the latter species does not occur naturally in northern Europe. A. innoxiella seems not to be of economic importance. We propose, in line with the provisions of Article 23.9 of the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature, suppression of the priority of Tinea pullatella Hübner, 1796, nomen oblitum, over Anarsia lineatella Zeller, 1839, nomen protectum. An appendix with references on the prevailing use of the latter species is included.
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