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Latibulocrinis, a new genus of Tortricini with a sexually dimorphic hindwing anal tuft (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae)

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Latibulocrinis gen.n. is described, with type-species curiosa sp.n. from Brunei and Buru (Indonesia). The relationships of the genus are discussed with particular reference to sexual dimorphism of the hindwing anal tuft, not previously noted in the Tortricini. The occurrence of a hindwing cubital tuft or pecten is reported for several genera of the tribe. The genitalia of the first known female of Archigraptis Razowski are illustrated.

Affiliations: 1: K. R. Tuck, British Museum (Natural History), London SW7 5BD, U.K.


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