Wednesday, 25 April 2018

Proteuxoa flexirena AMPHIPYRINAE NOCTUIDAE


Proteuxoa flexirena AMPHIPYRINAE NOCTUIDAE





 Family:- NOCTUIDAE
Sub Family:- AMPHIPYRINAE
Genus:- Proteuxoa
Species:- flexirena










                                                







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 Proteuxoa Poss tortisigna AMPHIPYRINAE NOCTUIDAE

 Below are two very similar moths. They may be the same species, it is too difficult to be sure. There are some definite differences in the dark areas at the end of the fore wings, but I think this is pretty slim evidence to base a positive ID on. The names I have provided may give a clue as to where to look if you are trying to identify a similar moth.

In fact I think there are really only the two moths that they are likely to be, P. paragypsa and P. tortisigna. If you take into account that the only areas that P. paragypsa have been collected are south of Sydney, that puts a fairly strong case for both of these moths to be P. tortisigna.




Family:- NOCTUIDAE
Sub Family:- AMPHIPYRINAE
Genus:- Proteuxoa
Species:- Sp Probably tortisigna




Family:- NOCTUIDAE
Sub Family:- AMPHIPYRINAE
Genus:- Proteuxoa
Species:- Sp Possibly either paragypsa or tortisigna











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