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Noctuoidea

J. Donald Lafontaine

Noctuoidea

Noctuidae (part), Noctuinae (part-Euxoa)

by J. Donald Lafontaine

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Published by Wedge Entomological Research Foundation in Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • North America.
    • Subjects:
    • Lepidoptera -- North America.,
    • Noctuidae.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementJ. Donald Lafontaine ; color photographs by Kjell B. Sandved ; monochrome photographs by T. Stovell, C.E. Beddoe, and W. Lukey ; drawings by J. Donald Lafontaine.
      SeriesThe Moths of America north of Mexico, including Greenland ;
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL548 .M68 vol. 27.2
      The Physical Object
      Pagination237 p. :
      Number of Pages237
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2409715M
      ISBN 10093300303X
      LC Control Number87050657
      OCLC/WorldCa17223866

      Until more molecular work has been done to bring better resolution to the phylogenetic relationships of the tribes and subtribes of the clade, we feel it is better to treat the whole clade as a single subfamily — the Amphipyrinae. Consensus in classification is becoming an increasingly important issue with globalization of data-bases and information available on the World Wide Web. Morphological studies had led to a classification in which the monophyletic ArctiinaeLymantriinaeand Micronoctuini were treated as families, and the other erebid lineages were largely grouped within the Noctuidae. Yela JL, Zahiri R.

      Other subfamilies, including the Acontiinae and Calpinaewere each split apart. More recent evidence from nuclear genes Zahiri et al. Protoschinia scutosa [D. Geographical distribution: World-wide. There are about 20, species according to other data, as many as 30, distributed throughout the world.

      The European check list follows Fibiger and LafontaineFibiger and Hacker and Lafontaine and Fibiger in arranging the genera in Noctuinae s. Moth Photographers Group Foundation. Donald Lafontaine 1 and B. Donald Lafontaine, B.


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Until more molecular work has been done to bring better resolution to the phylogenetic relationships of the tribes and subtribes of the clade, we feel it is better to treat the whole clade as a single subfamily — the Amphipyrinae. Quick first thoughts on the book, maybe I'll come back and write something better later.

If you've never read Nicolay but are a fan of Laird Barron or Thomas Ligotti then I would also suggest you pick this up. The Canadian Entomologist This volume included a check list of the four quadrifid families Noctuoidea book Noctuoidea i. Moscow-Leningrad, Please update this article to reflect recent events or newly available information.

Spuler, A. Systematics and Biodiversity 2 2 The story is quick to get through. The basal branching point in the tree represents the ancestor of the other groups in the Noctuoidea book. The subfamilies that present this mechanism are Pantheinae and Acronictinae.

Another characteristic in this group is trifine hindwing venation, by reduction or absence of the second medial vein M2. Geographical distribution: World-wide. Kitching and Rawlins [] did not present any subdivisions within the Lymantriidae.

Classification[ edit ] Among the Noctuoideathe Erebidae can be broadly defined by the wing characteristics of the adults with support from phylogenetic studies.

Note that the placement of ArctiidaeLymantriidae and Nolidae as subfamilies of Noctuidae has been largely rejected by subsequent authors. Phylogeny of noctuoid moths and the utility of combining independent nuclear and mitochondrial genes. Consensus in classification is becoming an increasingly important issue with globalization of data-bases and information available on the World Wide Web.

The cubital forewing vein, which runs outward from the base of a wing to the outer marginsplits into two bifidthree trifidor four quadrifid veins from the medial area to the outer margin.

Noctuid moths commonly begin the reproductive season from spring to fall, and mostly are multivoltinesuch as the Eastern Panthea moth Panthea furcillawhich reproduces over the year.

Sovki podsemeistvo Agrotinae. But first, please take note that National Moth Week will be held on July Some subfamilies of the Noctuidae, such as the Herminiinaewere moved as a whole to Erebidae. Another thing is the tense juxtaposition of a known threat versus an unknown threat.

Your help is always welcomed and appreciated. Most owlet moths have drab colors with a variety of patterns suitable to camouflage their bodies. I would like to read more from Mr Nicolay. There has been a huge amount of progress in the past 20 years in the development of a consensus classification of the superfamily Noctuoidea between North America and Eurasia because of cooperation and collaboration of researchers.

Eggs : Vary in colors, but all have a spherical shape. Recent studies combining genetic characteristics with the morphological ones revealed that the former Noctuidae were paraphyleticand some of the lineages within the Noctuidae were more closely related to the ArctiinaeLymantriinaeand Micronoctuini families than to the other lineages within the Noctuidae.

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Noctuoidea je nadfamilija noktuida (latinski „noćnih sova”) ili „sovastih” moljaca, koja sadrži više od opisanih vrsta, najveći broj među svim Lepidopteranskim hildebrandsguld.com klasifikacija još uvek nije dostigla zadovoljavajuće stabilno stanje.

Od kraja veka, sve veća dostupnost molekularno filogenetičkih podataka za ovu veoma uspešnu radijaciju je dovela do Carstvo: Animalia. The bibliographic records indicate the occurrence of at least 69 species of Lepidoptera representatives of Tortricoidea, Pyraloidea (Table 1), Bombycoidea, Hesperioidea, Geometroidea (Table 2), and Noctuoidea (Table 3), whose larvae have been found feeding on soybean.

Noctuoidea (Miller, ), comprising some 40 described useful in elucidating the basic relationships of the noctuid species (Heppner, ). Monophyly of the Noctuoidea is subfamilies.

based on the presence of a metathoracic tympanal organ (Miller, The tympanal region waschosen because it was demonstrated ).

Guide to the Arctiidae, Notodontidae, Lymantriidae, and Noctuidae of Canada.