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- Synonyms Phalaena (Tortrix) pomonella Linnaeus, 1758 Phalaena Tortrix aeneana Villers, 1789 Carpocapsa splendana ab. glaphyrana Rebel, 1 Pyralis pomana...
- Commophila aeneana, the orange conch, is a species of moth of the family Tortricidae. It is found in Great Britain, France, Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands...
- Commophila is a genus of moths belonging to the family Tortricidae. Commophila aeneana (Hubner, [1799-1800]) Commophila nevadensis Traugott-Olsen, 1990 List of...
- Cochylis roseana (Haworth, 1811) Cochylis salebrana (Mann, 1862) Commophila aeneana (Hübner, 1800) Corticivora piniana (Herrich-****, 1851) Crocidosema...
- Cochylis posterana Zeller, 1847 Cochylis roseana (Haworth, 1811) Commophila aeneana (Hübner, 1800) Crocidosema plebejana Zeller, 1847 Cydia amplana (Hübner...
- salebrana (Mann, 1862) Cochylis sannitica Trematerra, 1995 Commophila aeneana (Hübner, 1800) Corticivora piniana (Herrich-Schäffer, 1851) Crocidosema...
- Cochylis posterana Zeller, 1847 Cochylis roseana (Haworth, 1811) Commophila aeneana (Hübner, 1800) Corticivora piniana (Herrich-Schäffer, 1851) Crocidosema...
- dubitana – (inside flowers and developing seedheads) Palaearctic Commophila aeneanarecorded on (roots of) Senecio jacobaea in the Palaearctic Deltinea costalimai...
- Cochylis posterana Zeller, 1847 Cochylis roseana (Haworth, 1811) Commophila aeneana (Hübner, 1800) Corticivora piniana (Herrich-Schäffer, 1851) Crocidosema...
- Cochylis posterana Zeller, 1847 Cochylis roseana (Haworth, 1811) Commophila aeneana (Hübner, 1800) Crocidosema plebejana Zeller, 1847 Cydia amplana (Hübner...
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