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Conopomorpha fustigera (Meyrick, 1928)
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Conopomorpha fustigera (Meyrick, 1928)

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FAMILY Gracillariidae
SUBFAMILY Ornixolinae
GENUS Conopomorpha
SPECIES fustigera
AUTHOR (Meyrick, 1928)
ORIGINAL COMBINATION Acrocercops fustigera, n. sp.
TYPE LOCALITY Uganda, Kampala, e.l. ii leaves of "matama", leg. H. Hargreaves.
GEOGRAPHICAL COORDINATES /
TYPE SPECIMEN(S) Holotype ♀, genitalia slide 6100, BMNH; Paratype ♂, genitalia slide 3763, BMNH. In original description, Meyrick mentioned 4 specimens.
STATUS Species
PUBLICATION Meyrick E. 1928. Exotic Microlepidoptera 3. - — 3(13—15):385—480.
PAGINATION 408

Species Distribution

COUNTRY PROVINCE/STATE PUBLICATION PAGE
South Africa KwaZulu-Natal Bradley J. D. 1965b. Ruwenzori Expedition 1952. — Microlepidoptera. - Ruwenzori Expedition 1952 2(12):61—148. 109
Uganda   Meyrick E. 1928. Exotic Microlepidoptera 3. - — 3(13—15):385—480. 408

Host Plants

FAMILY SPECIES COUNTRY PUBLICATION PAGE
Poaceae Sorghum sp. Uganda Hargreaves H. 1939. Notes on some pests of maize and millets in Uganda. - The East African Agricultural Journal 5:104—109. 108

Species Parasitoids

FAMILY SPECIES COUNTRY PUBLICATION
Eulophidae Schizocharis combretae Uganda Kerrich G. J. 1969. Systematic studies on eulophid parasites (Hym., Chalcidoidea), mostly of coffee leaf-miners in Africa. - Bulletin of Entomological Research 59 (1968):195—228, pl. 7.

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