Trichophaga bipartitella (Ragonot, 1892)

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FAMILY Tineidae
SUBFAMILY Tineinae
GENUS Trichophaga
SPECIES bipartitella
AUTHOR(Ragonot, 1892)
ORIGINAL COMBINATIONTinea bipartitella, n. sp.
TYPE LOCALITYTunisia, Gabès, leg. Dattin.
GEOGRAPHICAL COORDINATES /
TYPE SPECIMEN(S) Not stated.
STATUS Species
PUBLICATION Ragonot E.-L. 1892b. Descriptions de trois espèces inédites de Microlépidoptères (Tinéites) prises par M. le capitaine Dattin à Gabès (Tunisie). - Bulletin de la Société entomologique de France 61:lxxxii-lxxxiii.
PAGINATION lxxxii

Species Distribution

COUNTRY PROVINCE/STATE PUBLICATION PAGE
Algeria   Speidel W. & Hassler M. 1989. Die Schmetterlingsfauna der südlichen algerischen Sahara und ihrer Hochgebirge Hoggar und Tassili n'Ajjer (Lepidoptera). - Nachrichten des entomologischen Vereins Apollo Supplement 8:1-156. 28
Bahrain   Petersen G. 1964. Tineiden aus Karatschi (Pakistan), Fars (SW-Iran) und den Bahrein-Inseln (Lepidoptera: Tineidae). - Beiträge zur Naturkundlichen Forschung in Südwestdeutschland, Karlsruhe 23(2):111-122. (as abruptella)
Mauritania   Gaedike R. 2009a. New or poorly known Tineidae from Mauretania, Morocco, Algeria, and Tunisia (Lepidoptera). - Beiträge zur Entomologie 59(2):489-512. 502
Oman   Gaedike R. 2014. On the Tineidae of the Southern Arabian Peninsula and Sudan (Lepidoptera: Tineidae). - Beiträge zur Entomologie 64(2):193-219. 202
Saudi Arabia   Petersen G. & Gaedike R. 1982. Insects of Saudi Arabia. Lepidoptera: Fam. Tineidae. - Fauna of Saudi Arabia 4:333-346. (as abruptella)
Sudan   Gozmány L. A. & Vári L. 1973. The Tineidae of the Ethiopian Region. - Transvaal Museum Memoir 18:i-vi, 1-238. (as abruptella)
United Arab Emirates   Gaedike R. 2009b. Order Lepidoptera, family Tineidae. - In: van Harten, A. (ed.) Arthropod fauna of the UAE. - — 2:433-444. 433
Yemen   Gaedike R. 2009b. Order Lepidoptera, family Tineidae. - In: van Harten, A. (ed.) Arthropod fauna of the UAE. - — 2:433-444. 433

Notes:  Palaearctic: Algeria, Canary Islands, Egypt, Greece, Iran, Madeira, Morocco, Spain, Tunisia, eastwards to the Middle and Far East.

Host Plants

Unknown