SACHKOV & ZOLOTUHIN (2020: 592): “The species name is derived from the Latin word admirandus—‘amazing’, referring to the unexpected and rather surprising presence of the new species in the otherwise well-studied area.”
SACHKOV & ZOLOTUHIN (2020: 588): “Holotype: ♂ (Fig. 2), Russia, Ulyanovsk Region, Nikolaevka District, vic. of Akulovka vill., 20.VI 2001 [V. Zolotuhin leg.] (LSU).
The following labels designate the holotype specimen: white rectangular, printed in black ink in Russian «Ульяновская обл. | Николаевский р. | Акуловка | 20. VI. 2001» and white rectangular with black frame, printed in black ink «10788 | Колл. СамГУ». The specimen is supplied with an additional red rectangular label printed in black ink: “HOLOTYPUS ♂| Ypsolopha admirandella | Satshkov & Zolotuhin sp. n.“”