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Coleophora is a very large genus of moths of the family Coleophoridae. It contains some 1,350 described species. The genus is represented on all continents, but the majority are found in the Nearctic and Palaearctic regions. Many authors have tried splitting the genus into numerous smaller ones, but most of these have not become widely accepted.
As with most members of the family, the larvae initially feed on the seeds, flowers or leaves of the host plant, but when larger, they feed externally and construct distinctive protective silken cases, often incorporating plant material. Many species have specific host plants; discarded larval cases are often scattered thickly on affected plants.

Technical description

For terms see External morphology of Lepidoptera
Antennae 4/5, porrected in repose, often thickened with scales towards base, in male simple, basal joint long, usually with rough scales or projecting tuft. Labial palpi rather long, recurved, second joint more or less roughscaled or tufted towards apex beneath, terminal shorter, acute. Posterior tibiae rough - haired. Forewings with costa often long - haired beneath ; lb furcate, 4 sometimes absent, 5 absent, 6 and 7 connate or stalked, 7 to costa, 8 absent. Hindwings 2/3, linear-lanceolate, cilia 3-4 ; transverse veins sometimes partly absent, 4 usually absent, 6 and 7 closely approximated or stalked.Meyrick, E., 1895 A Handbook of British Lepidoptera MacMillan, London pdf Keys and description

Gallery


File:Coleophora lusciniaepennella.jpgFemale genitalia of C. lusciniaepennella
File:Coleophora serratella.jpgC. serratella case
File:Soft Rush with cocoons of Coleophora caespitiella.JPGSoft rush (Juncus effusus) inflorescence with feeding damage and cases of C. caespitiella
File:Coleophora binderella damage.jpgBlack alder (Alnus glutinosa) with feeding damage (center) and case (center-right) of C. binderella

Synonyms

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Abaraschia Coleophora pagmana Retrieved April 19, 2018.
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Agapalsa Coleophora viminetella
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Amselghia Coleophora fringillella
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Amseliphora Coleophora niveicostella
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Apista junior subjective synonymTinea gallipennella
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Apocopta C. campella
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Aporiptura C. keireuki
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Ardania C. bilineatella
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Argyractinia Porrectaria ochrea
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Ascleriductia C. lithargyrinella
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Astyages junior objective synonym of Haploptilia
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Atractula C. lycii
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Aureliania junior homonym of Aureliania Ecebalia
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Bacescuia C. moeniacella
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Baraschia C. paradoxella
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Belina C. bojalyshi
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Benanderpia C. adspersella
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Bim incorrect subsequent spelling of Bima
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Bima C. arctostaphyli
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Bourgogneja Phalaena (Tinea) onosmella
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Calcomarginia Ornix ballotella
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Caleophora incorrect subsequent spelling of Coleophora
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CarpochenaFlakovich C. squalorella
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Casas Tinea leucapennella
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Casigneta junior homonym of Casigneta Casignetella
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Casignetella objective replacement nameC. millefolii
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Characia C. haloxyli
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Chnoocera C. botaurella
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Corethropoea C. elephantella
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Cornulivalvulia C. vicinella
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Corothropoea incorrect subsequent spelling of Corethropoea
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Cricotechna C. vitisella
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Damophila junior subjective synonymPorrectaria spissicornis (C. mayrella)
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Ductispira C. unistriella
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Dumitrescumia C. cecidophorella
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Ecebalia Ornix laripennella
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Eupista junior subjective synonymTinea ornatipennella
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Falkovitshia misspelling FalkovitschiaFalkovitshia marcella
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Frederickoenigia Ornix flavipennella
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Glaseria C. biseriatella
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Globulia C. cornuta
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Glochis C. tshogoni
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Hamuliella C. otitae
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Haploptilia junior subjective synonymTinea coracipennella
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Helopharea C. ledi
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Helvalbia Porrectaria lineolea
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Heringiella junior homonym of Heringiella Carpochena
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Ionescumia C. clypeiferella
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Ionnemesia C. chalcogrammella
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Kasyfia Ornix binderella
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Klimeschja C. oriolella
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Klimeschjosefia unnecessary replacement name of Klimeschja
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Klinzigedia C. phlomidella
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Klinzigia incorrect original spelling of Kinzigedia
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Kuznetzovvlia C. solidaginella
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Latisacculia C. crocinella
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Longibacillia C. fergana
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Lucidaesia Phalaena frischella
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Luzulina C. antennariella
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Lvaria C. lassella
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Macrocorystis C. byrsostola
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Membrania C. calycotomella
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Metallosetia junior objective synonym of Damophila
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Metapista C. stramentella
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Monotemachia Tinea auricella
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Multicoloria C. ditella
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Nemesia junior homonym of Nemesia Ionnemesia
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Neugenvia Eupista vlachi
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Nosyrislia C. linosyris
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Oedicaula C. serinipennella
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Omphalopoda C. stegosaurus
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Orghidania Tinea gryphipennella
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Orthographis C. brevipalpella
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Oudejansia C. obviella
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Papyrosipha C. zhusguni
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Paravalvulia C. spiraeella
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Patzakia C. silenella
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Perygra C. caespititiella
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PerygridiaFalkovich C. sylvaticella
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Phagolamia C. virgatella
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Phylloschema C. glitzella
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Plegmidia C. juncicolella
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Polystrophia C. calligoni
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Porrectaria junior objective synonym of ColeophoraTinea anatipennella
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Postvinculia Ornix lutipennella
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Proglaseria C. laticostella
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Protocryptis Protocryptis obducta
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Quadratia C. fuscocuprella
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Ramidomia C. micronotella
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Razowskia C. hafneri
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Rhabdoeca C. galligena
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Rhamnia C. ahenella
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Sacculia C. excellens
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Scleriductia C. ochripennella
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Stabilaria C. univittella
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Stollia junior homonym of Stollia Coleophora
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Suireia Ornix badiipennella
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Symphypoda C. transcaspica
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Systrophoeca C. siccifolia
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Tolleophora C. asthenella
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Tollsia C. hornigi
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Tritemachia C. captiosa
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Tuberculia C. albitarsella
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Ulna C. saponariella
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Valvulongia C. falcigerella
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Vladdelia C. niveistrigella
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Zagulajevia C. tadzhikiella
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Zangheriphora Tinea laricella

External links


  • Fauna Europaea
  • Nomina Insecta Nearctica
  • HOSTS - Caterpillar Hostplants Database
  • Coleophora at Markku Savela's Lepidoptera pages

Category:Moth genera
Category:Taxa named by Jacob Hübner
 
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