Epichorista fraudulenta (Philp.), Trans. N.Z. Inst., 58, 363. Originally described as an Eurythecta.
E. abdita Philp., Trans. N.Z. Inst., 55, 664.
Considered by Hudson (B. and M. N.Z., p. 238) to be a synonym of E, emphanes Meyr. Reference to the figures of the male genitalia (Trans. N.Z. Inst., 55, 665) will show markedly different structural peculiarities.
Tortrix incendiaria (Meyr.), Trans. N.Z. Inst., 54, 164.
As intimated in “The Male Genitalia of the New Zealand Tortricidae” (published elsewhere in this volume) I propose the removal of this species from Ecclitica to Tortrix.
Gelophaula vana n. sp.
♂. 26–29 mm. Superficially extremely like G. siraea Meyr., but a larger and less bright insect. The yellow median stripe of the forewings is not so bright as in siraea and tends to be more suffused, not infrequently occupying nearly all the lower half of the wing. The fringes of the hindwings are usually yellowish tinged, not white as in siraea.
♀. 29–32 mm. Forewings pale yellow sprinkled with fuscous, the venation clearly marked in a paler tint. Hindwings white, dusted with grey except apically.
Hunter Mountains. Abundant at about 4,000 feet in December and January. For figures of the male genitalia see an article in this volume dealing with the New Zealand Tortricidae. Holotype (♂), allotype (♀) and a series of paratypes in coll. Cawthron Institute.
Ecclitica torogramma (Meyr.), Trans. Ent. Soc. Lond., 1897, 388.
Reference to an article on the male genitalia of the Tortricidae, to be found elsewhere in this volume, will show that I have thought it necessary to transfer this species from Tortrix to its present position.
Cnephasia fastigata Philp., Trans. N.Z. Inst., 48, 442.
Originally described as a Tortrix; J now place it in this genus.