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Three Species of the Noctuid Moths New to China, and a Newly Recorded Species from Northeast China (Lepidoptera, Noctuidae)

중국산 밤나방과(나비목) 3 미기록 종과 동북지역 1 미기록 종에 관한 보고

  • Published : 2008.03.30

Abstract

Three species: Anorthoa angustipennis (Matsumura), Harutaeographa stenoptera (Staudinger), and Cerastis pallescens (Butler), are recorded for the first time from China, and Nikara castanea (Moore) is newly added to the fauna of Northeast China. The image of adult, genitalic characteristics, and the distributions are given as necessary.

Keywords

Anorthoa;Harutaeographa;Cerastis;New record;China

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