The current knowledge of the subfamily Arctiinae (Lithosiini, Arctiini, Syntomini) fauna of South Korea is reported, based on the checklist of Bae et al (2013) completed by data on several taxa described since this date, with one newly recorded genus, Schistophleps Hampson, and one rare species, Spilarctia robusta (Leech). Illustrations of adults and genitalia are presented.
Japanese species, Ypsolopha fujimotoi Moriuti, 1964 is reported from Korea for the first time. Additionally, the female of Ypsolopha fujimotoi Moriuti is newly described. Illustrations of adults and photographs of genitalia, diagnosis, distribution, and host plants are provided, as well as a discussion of Y. fujimotoi Moriuti and Ypsolopha longa Moriuti.
Two species of the genus Herpetogramma Lederer are reported for the first time in Korea: Herpetogramma licarsisalis (Walker) and Herpetogramma stultalis (Walker). The description, host plants, adult photographs, and pictures of the male and female genitalia are provided.
The subfamily Aganainae is reviewed for the first time from Cambodia. Fifteen species of five genera are recognized from Cambodia. Key and diagnoses for the genera and all species are provided. The adults and genitalia are illustrated for all examined species.
Two species of tined moths, Monopis longella (Walker, 1863) and Monopis congestella (Walker, 1864) were collected using artificial feather traps in Korea, with M. congestella reported for the first time from Korea. This is the first report of the use of feather traps to collect moths in Korea, and the biological information regarding M. longella and M. congestella are presented for the first time...
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