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Species Eupithecia annulata - Larch Pug Moth - Hodges#7543

 
 
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California coastal Eupithecias with descriptions of new species
By Ronald H. Leuschner
Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera, 4(3): 191-197, 1965
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Taxonomic and life history notes on North American Eupithecia (Lepidoptera, Geometridae)
By Frederick H. Rindge
American Museum Novitates 1569: 1-27, 1952

Eupithecia notes
By J. McDunnough
The Canadian Entomologist 72(2): 35-40, 1940

Revision of the North American species of the genus Eupithecia (Lepidoptera, Geometridae)
By James H. McDunnough
Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 93(8), 1949
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The Eupithecia (Lepidoptera, Geometridae) of Texas, with the description of a new species
By A. Blanchard, E. C. Knudson
Proceedings of The Entomological Society of Washington 87: 662-674, 1985

The Eupithecia (Lepidoptera: Geometridae) of Mississippi and Louisiana
By Frederick H. Rindge
American Museum Novitates 2809:1-18, 1985

Taxonomic note on four poorly known Arizona Eupithecia Curtis (Lepidoptera: Geometridae: Eupitheciini)
By Clifford D. Ferris
Magnolia Press Zootaxa 738: 1–19, 2004
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Adults and male and female genitalia of Eupithecia biedermanata and E. classicata are illustrated. The original descriptions and McDunnough’s subsequent generic revision did not provide complete information on these species because of the paucity of material available for study. Based upon their respective genitalic characters and otherwise similar morphologies, E. miamata is proposed to be a junior synonym of biedermanata, and penumbrata a junior synonym of classicata.

Three new species of Eupithecia Curtis from Arizona and New Mexico with discussion of associated species
By Clifford D. Ferris
Magnolia Press Zootaxa 1516: 49–60, 2007
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Eupithecia macfarlandi, new species, and Eupithecia penablanca, new species, from southern Arizona, and Eupithecia nonanticaria, new species, from southwestern New Mexico, southeastern Arizona, and Chihuahua, Mexico are described. Adults and male and female genitalia are illustrated. Eupithecia anticaria Walker and E. nonanticaria are compared.

 
 
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