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300038 – 0429   Lindera tessellatella Blanchard, 1854
Distribution Data for Lindera tessellatella
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Distribution: Type locality (tessellatella): "cordilleras de Elqui [Chile]".
Type locality (bogotatella): Bogota, Columbia.
Type locality (calcularis): "Adelaide" [Australia].
Type locality (cruciferella): "California Mt. View)".
Type locality (ehrhornella): "California Mt. View)".
Type locality (simulella): "Folsom; Los Angels [California]".
Type locality (xxx): "Coquimbo [Chile].
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Synonymy: Lindera tessellatella Blanchard, 1854
Lindera bogotatella Walker, 1864
Setomorpha calcularis Meyrick, 1906
Paraneura cruciferella Dietz, 1905
Paraneura ehrhornella Dietz, 1905
Paraneura simulella Dietz, 1905
Palpula variegella Blanchard, 1854
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  • Blanchard, E., 1854. Insectos, orden VI, Lepidopteros. in Gay, Historia Fisica y Polit. Chile. Zoologia, 7: 106 (tessellatella); 108 (variegella).
  • Clarke, J.F.G., 1967. Neotropical Microlepidoptera, 14. Chilean microlepidoptera described by Eniilio Blanchard. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 122: 7; figs. 5a-b.
  • Dietz, W.G., 1905. Revision of the genera and species of the Tineid subfamilies Amydriinae and Tineinae inhabiting north America. Transactions of the American Entomological Society, 31: 13. (cruciferella, ehrhornella, simulella, syn.)
  • Species Page at BugGuide.Net
Lindera tessellatella
LG – Calif. Acad. Sci., C. Grinter

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