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- Phalonia faustana Kennel, 1919: 73. TL: Dscharkent [Russia] (Illi-Gebiet).
- Cochylis faustana (Kennel, 1919): Razowski, 1968: 143.
CHINA: Inner Mongolia: 2 ♀♀, Erdaoqiao, Ejinaqi (41°58'N, 101°04'E), 927 m, 17−18.vii.2006, leg. Xinpu Wang and Xiangfeng Shi. Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region: Beitun (47°18'N, 87°48'E): 5 ♂♂, 1 ♀, 530 m, 20.vii.1994, leg. Houhun Li and Hongyan Qin, 2 ♂♂, 512 m, 20.vii.2007, leg. Xinpu Wang; 1 ♂, Jinghe County (44°39'N, 82°56'E), 22.viii.1994, leg. Duoliken.
Adult (Fig. 4) with wingspan 8.0−9.5 mm. This species is similar to Cochylis hybridella, but Cochylis faustana can be distinguished by the short stripe-shaped median process of the transtilla about 1/3 length of the transtilla, and the phallus with more than ten cornuti in the male genitalia (Fig. 9); the seventh sternum not forming a membranous pocket, the antrum almost as long as wide, without cylinder-shaped structure at middle in the female genitalia (Fig. 14). In Cochylis hybridella, the median process of the transtilla is somewhat broad on basal 3/4 and slender on the distal 1/4, about 1/2 the length of the transtilla, and the slender phallus curves orthogonally and does not have cornutus in the male genitalia; the seventh sternum forms a membranous pocket, the length of the antrum is about 2/3 of width and bears a nearly cylinder-shaped structure at middle in the female genitalia.
China (Inner Mongolia, Xinjiang), Russia.
- Sun, Y; Li, H; 2013: Cochylis Treitschke in China: one new species and five new records (Lepidoptera, Tortricidae, Cochylini) ZooKeys, 258: 85-96. doi