Ingo Lehmann

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Ingo Lehmann (born 1964 in Finsterwalde/Niederlausitz), Kenyan/German lepidopterist.

Author abbreviation: I. Lehmann

University of Hamburg.

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  • Lehmann, I. 2007. Metarbelidae. In: Lepidoptera of the Brandberg Massif in Namibia. Esperiana Buchreihe zur Entomologie Memoir 4: 169–185. Reference page



  • Lehmann, I. 2009. Six New Species of Metarbelidae (Lepidoptera: Cossoidea) from the Eastern Arc Mountains of Tanzania, Including One New Species from Marenji Forest in Southeast Coastal Kenya. Journal of East African Natural History 97 (2): 187–206. DOI: 10.2982/0012-8317-97.2.187 Reference page


  • Lehmann, I. 2010. A new genus of Metarbelidae (Lepidoptera: Cossoidea) from the Afrotropical Region with the description of seven new species. Esperiana Buchreihe zur Entomologie Memoir 5: 294–322. Reference page
  • Lehmann, I. 2010. A revision of the genus Arbelodes Karsch (Lepidoptera: Cossoidea: Metarbelidae) from southeast-central and southern Africa with the description of thirteen new species. Published by the author. Hamburg, 82 pages, 8 b/w plates, 5 colour plates. Reference page



  • Lehmann, I. 2013. Description of two new genera and ten new species of Metarbelidae (Lepidoptera:Cossoidea) from western, north-central and eastern Africa with notes on habitats and biogeography. Published by the author. Hamburg, 82 pages, 10 b/w plates, 5 colour plates, 2 coloured maps. Reference page
  • Lehmann, I. & Rajaei Sh., H. 2013. Description of a new genus and three new species of Metarbelidae (Lepidoptera, Cossoidea) from East and Central Africa, with notes on biogeography. Bonn zoological bulletin 62(1): 100–110. Full article (PDF) Reference page



  • Lehmann, I. 2019. First revision of the family Metarbelidae Strand, 1909 (Lepidoptera: Cossoidea Leach, 1815) and a phylogeny based on adult morphology of 60 genera from the Afrotropical and Oriental Region. Doctoral dissertation submitted to the University of Bonn. Hamburg in March 2019: pp. 1–399 including 200 coloured Figures, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn, 2019. URN: nbn:de:hbz:5n-55423 Reference page

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