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Extra resources for An Illustrated Catalogue of the Neotropic Arctiinae Types in the United States National Museum (Lepidoptera: Arctiidae) Part II
Head and thorax greyish yellow. Forewings greyish yellow, with dark brown discocellular spot. Hindwing yellowish white. Abdomen greyish yellow. Described from an unspecified number of specimens from Castro, Parana [Brazil]. A male and three females in the USNM collection (ex Schaus collection) are probably paralectotypes. Lectotype cf: "Castro, Parana; Collection Wm. Schaus; Type No. ; Motada paula Schs Type; Lectotype cf Motada paula Schaus By A. Watson, 1967; Arctiidae genitalia slide No. " Halisidota pectina Schaus [This is a junior synonym of Halisidota alsus Cramer , p.
5 mm. Head and thorax yellowish grey. Wings light yellowish grey. Abdomen rather worn, but dorsally mostly reddish orange, with dark medial and lateral markings, ventrally yellow-grey. Described from two males and one female ("cotypes") from "Mexico ? (J. Doll)" and Jalapa, Mexico. Apart from the lectotype in the USNM collection, there is a female paralectotype from the same locality. G. Dyar; Type No. , J. Doll; Euchaetes rhadia Dyar Type; Lectotype cT Euchaetias rhadia Dyar By A. Watson 1967; Arctiidae genitalia slide No.
Elysius macasia Schs. W. 1967; Arctiidae genitalia slide No. " 28 Ischnocampa tnamona (Dognin) PLATES 10/; 53c,d Theages tnamona Dognin, 1892, p. 144. Ischnocampa mamona (Dognin) Hampson, 1901a, p. 115. SMITHSONIAN CONTRIBUTIONS TO ZOOLOGY ously; described as "chrome yellow" in the original description. Described from an unspecified number of specimens from Jalapa, Mexico. Apart from the lectotype, there is a single female from "Mexico" in the USNM collection. ; Halisidota margona Schs type; Type No.
An Illustrated Catalogue of the Neotropic Arctiinae Types in the United States National Museum (Lepidoptera: Arctiidae) Part II by Allan Watson