Molecular Biology and Genetics

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Barcode data: Carposina sasakii

The following is a representative barcode sequence, the centroid of all available sequences for this species.


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Statistics of barcoding coverage: Carposina sasakii

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Public Records: 80
Specimens with Barcodes: 80
Species With Barcodes: 1
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Carposina sasakii

The Peach Fruit Moth (Carposina sasakii) is a species of moth of the Carposinidae family.[1] It is endemic to large parts of Asia, including Japan, Korea, China and Russia (Amurskaya oblast, Khabarovskii krai, Primorskii krai). It is an introduced species in Texas.

The wingspan is 13–17 mm.

The larvae feed on various fruits and are considered a pest on peach, apple, pear, apricot and plum. Furthermore, recorded larval food plants include jute, Crataegus species, Cydonia oblonga and Ziziphus sativa.

Taxonomy[edit]

Carposina sasakii is a replacement name for Carposina niponensis.

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Carposina viduana

Carposina viduana is a moth in the Carposinidae family. It was described by Caradja in 1916. It is found in Russia (Khabarovskii krai, Primorskii krai).

The wingspan is 15–19 mm. The basal part, costal margin and distal third of the forewings are almost black. The pattern consists of five small concolorous costal spots and a large white trapezoidal spot and a black dot on the anal fold.

Taxonomy[edit]

This species was considered as form of Carposina sasakii by Diakonoff in 1989, but reinstated as a species in 2009.[1]

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