Additions to the Catalogue of Lepidoptera of Omsk Region. Pyraloidea.


Omsk Region
West Siberia
new records

How to Cite

Knyazev, S. A., & Sinev, S. Y. (2023). Additions to the Catalogue of Lepidoptera of Omsk Region. Pyraloidea. Acta Biologica Sibirica, 9, 369–377.


The list of 19 species of Pyraloid moths new to the fauna of Omsk Region is given. 13 of them are new to the West Siberia and 5 are recorded from the Asian part of Russia for the first time, namely, Insalebria serraticornella (Zeller, 1839), Pseudophycita deformella (Möschler, 1866), Epischnia prodromella (Hübner, 1799), Ratasa alienalis (Eversmann, 1844), Pyrausta rectefascialis Toll, 1936. The second record of Krombia bimedia (Filipjev, 1924) in Russia is given.


Filipjev NN (1924) Microheterocera des Minussinsk Bezirks. I. Jahrbuch des Martjanov’schen Staatsmuseums 2 (3): 1–61. [In Russian]

Knyazev SA (2022) Catalogue of Lepidoptera of Omsk Region (Russia). Microlepidoptera. Families: Eriocraniidae, Nepticulidae, Opostegidae, Adelidae, Prodoxidae, Incurvariidae, Psychidae, Tineidae, Roeslerstammiidae, Bucculatricidae, Gracillariidae, Yponomeutidae, Argyresthiidae, Plutelliidae, Acrolepiidae, Glyphipterigidae, Ypsolophidae, Lyonetiidae, Bedelliidae, Ethmiidae, Depressariidae, Elachistidae, Parametriotidae, Scythrididae, Chimabachidae, Cryptolechiidae, Oecophoridae, Batrachedridae, Coleophoridae, Momphidae, Blastobasidae, Autostichidae, Cosmopterigidae, Gelechiidae, Pterophoridae, Epermeniidae, Choreutidae, Galacticidae, Tortricidae, Pyralidae, Crambidae. Acta Biologica Sibirica 8: 17–87.

Knyazev SA, Ivonin VV, Vasilenko SV (2016) New and interesting findings of butterflies and moths (Insecta, Lepidoptera) in Omsk and Novosibirsk Provinces. Amurian Zoological Journal 8 (4): 254–272. [In Russian]

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Knyazev SA, Sinev SYu, Dubatolov VV, Ustjuzhanin PYa (2014) Pyralid-moths (Lepidoptera, Pyraloidea) of Omsk Region. Amurian Zoological Journal 6 (4): 375–397. [In Russian]

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