Boros István (szerk.): A Magyar Természettudományi Múzeum évkönyve 2. (Budapest 1952)

Gozmány, L.: New Hungarian Microlepidoptera

New Hungarian Microlepidoptera By L. A. Gozmány (Budapest) (With 10 figures in the text) In the course of the zoological explorations of the Kis-Balaton, Western Hungary, by the scientific staff of the Hungarian Natural History Museum, some new species (one belonging to a new genus) of Microlepidoptera were discovered. Their description follows : Generotype : D. pannonicus sp. n. Head small, hairs loosely forward, face not smooth, side tufts spreading ; antennae in both sexes very finely ciliated with slightly thickened basal joint ; ocelli not visible ; eyes globular ; maxillary palpi very small ; labial palpi long, second joint curved, slightly tufted with appressed scales, third joint ascending ; proboscis long, hairy. Abdomen dorsally crested, flat. Hind legs long, with very • hairy tibia, spurs : 0—2—2. Wings elongate-ovate, with long cilia, secondaries of the same breadth. Venation : on forewings F^ branches off very soon, R 4+ 5 on stalk from angle, R 3 originating far from their stalk, all preapical but R 5 (in apex), M 3 from one point with coincident CUj -f Cu 2 ffom lower angle of cell, analis visible only in its exterior part, fused with Cu 1+ 2, no cross-bar to ax, this with long loop at base ; Hindwings : Sc to costa at 4/5, RR on long stalk with M x around apex, discoidal intact, present, but M 2 in obsolescence outside cell, M 3 distant from Си х (fig. 1). Donaspastus gen. nova (Gelechiidae) Fig. 1. Venation of right fore­wing and hindwing of Donaspastus gen. nova (Kisbalaton, Hungary). 141