Chionodes - Species

Species

Species in this genus include:

  • C. abdominella
  • C. abella
  • C. abradescens
  • C. acerella
  • C. acrina
  • C. agriodes
  • C. apolectella
  • C. aprilella
  • C. arenella
  • C. argentipunctella
  • C. aristella
  • C. bastuliella
  • C. bicolor
  • C. bicostomaculella
  • Food plant: Quercus
  • C. braunella
  • Recorded food plants: Lathyrus, Lupinus
  • C. canofusella
  • C. ceanothiella
  • Food plant: Ceanothus
  • C. chrysopyla
  • Food plant: Quercus
  • C. continuella
  • Recorded food plants: Cladonia, Picea glauca
  • C. dammersi
  • Food plant: Eriogonum
  • C. dentella
  • C. discoocellella
  • Recorded food plants: Polygonum, Rumex
  • C. distinctella
  • Recorded food plants: Artemisia campestris, Genista, Thymus
  • C. electella
  • Recorded food plants: Juniperus, Picea, Pinus
  • C. figurella
  • C. flavicorporella
  • C. fluvialella
  • C. fondella
  • C. formosella
  • Food plant: Quercus
  • C. fructuaria
  • C. fumatella
  • Recorded food plants Lotus corniculatus, mosses
  • C. fuscomaculella
  • Food plant: Quercus
  • C. gilvomaculella
  • Food plant: Quercus
  • C. grandis
  • C. halycopa
  • C. hayreddini
  • C. helicosticta
  • C. hibiscella
  • Recorded food plants: Abelmoschus moschatus, Hibiscus
  • C. hinnella
  • C. holosericella
  • C. ignorantella
  • Food plants: mosses
  • C. iridescens
  • C. kincaidella
  • C. labradorica
  • C. loetae
  • C. lophosella
  • C. luctuella
  • Food plants: Pinaceae
  • C. lugubrella
  • Recorded food plants: Dorycnium pentaphyllum, Lotus, Trifolium repens, Vicia cracca
  • C. luteogeminatus
  • Food plant: Eriogonum niveum
  • C. manabiensis
  • C. mariona
  • Recorded food plants: Abutilon, Malvastrum, Sida
  • C. mediofuscella
  • Food plant: Ambrosia
  • C. metallica
  • C. mongolicus
  • C. nanodella
  • C. nebulosella
  • C. negundella
  • Food plant: Acer negundo
  • C. nigrobarbata
  • C. notandella
  • C. nubilella
  • C. obscurusella
  • C. occidentella
  • Recorded food plants: Ceanothus, Cercocarpus, Quercus
  • C. occlusa
  • C. ochreostrigella
  • Food plant: Rumex
  • C. paralogella
  • C. pereyra
  • Food plant: Quercus
  • C. periculella
  • Recorded food plants: Pinus ponderosa, Pseudotsuga menziesii
  • C. permacta
  • C. perpetuella
  • C. petalumensis
  • Food plant Quercus lobata
  • C. phalacra
  • C. pinguicula
  • C. praeclarella
  • Food plants: Polygonaceae
  • C. pseudofondella
  • C. psiloptera
  • Food plants: Poaceae including Poa pratensis
  • C. raspyon
  • Food plant: Quercus
  • C. retiniella
  • Food plant: Pinus ponderosa
  • C. sabinianus
  • Food plant: Pinus sabineana
  • C. salicella
  • C. seculaella
  • C. sistrella
  • Food plant: Suaeda moquinii
  • C. soella
  • C. stefaniae
  • C. terminimaculella
  • Food plant: Populus
  • C. tessa
  • C. thoraceochrella
  • C. tragicella
  • Food plant: Larix
  • C. trichostola
  • Food plant: Quercus
  • C. trophella
  • Food plant: Quercus
  • C. vanduzeei
  • Food plant: Quercus agrifolia
  • C. viduella
  • Recorded food plants: Betula, Juniperus, Rubus chamaemorus, Vaccinium uliginosum
  • C. violaceus
  • C. whitmanella
  • C. xanthophilella

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