Acta Biologica Sibirica 7: 219-226, doi: 10.3897/abs.7.e70083
New records of geometrid moths of the subfamily Ennominae (Lepidoptera: Geometridae) from the Amurskaya Oblast, Russian Far East
expand article infoAleksandr A. Kuzmin, Evgeny A Beljaev§
‡ Federal Research Center All-Russian Research Institute of Soybean, Blagoveshchensk, Russia§ Federal Scientific Center of the East Asia Terrestrial Biodiversity, Vladivostok, Russia
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Eleven species of geometrid moths from the subfamily Ennominae (Lepidoptera: Geometridae) are reported for the first time from Amurskaya Oblast at the extreme northwestern limit of the distribution of mixed broadleaved – Korean pine (Pinus koraiensis) forests, at a great distance from their closest habitats in Khabarovsky Krai and Primorsky Krai, Russian Far East: Eilicrinia nuptaria Bremer, 1864, Eudjakonovia emundata (Christoph, 1881), Menophra senilis (Butler, 1878), Ectropis excellens (Butler, 1884), Ectropis aigneri Prout, 1930, Mesastrape fulguraria (Walker, 1860), Arichanna tetrica (Butler, 1878), Agriopis dira (Butler, 1878), Larerannis orthogrammaria (Wehrli, 1927), Phigalia verecundaria (Leech, 1897), and Phanerothyris sinearia (Guenée, 1858).
Palaearctic, biodiversity, new record, border of the Euro-Siberian and East Asian zoogeographic sub-regions, mixed broadleaved Korean pine forests