Conservation status of five data deficient moth taxa: Epichorista lindsayi, "Cnephasia" paterna, Stathmopoda endotherma, Gymnobathra ambigua and Scythris "stripe"

  • Brian Patrick

Abstract

The Department of Conservation commissioned Wildland Consultants to investigate and report on the threat classifications of five indigenous moth species currently classified as ‘Data Deficient’:


  • Epichorista lindsayi Philpott, 1928 (Tortricidae).

  • “Cnephasia” paterna Philpott, 1926 (Tortricidae).

  • Stathmopoda endotherma Meyrick, 1931 (Stathmopodidae).

  • Gymnobathra ambigua (Philpott, 1926) (Oecophoridae).

  • Scythris “stripe” (Scythrididae).

Published
2014-12-01
How to Cite
PATRICK, Brian. Conservation status of five data deficient moth taxa: Epichorista lindsayi, "Cnephasia" paterna, Stathmopoda endotherma, Gymnobathra ambigua and Scythris "stripe". The Weta, [S.l.], v. 48, p. 15-34, dec. 2014. Available at: <http://publications.ento.org.nz/index.php/weta/article/view/51>. Date accessed: 15 nov. 2018.
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