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Species Perigea undescribed - Undescribed Perigea Moth - Hodges#9689.96

9689.96 - Perigea n. sp. - Undescribed Perigea Moth - Perigea undescribed Perigea sp. - Perigea undescribed Laciniopia or Perigea - Perigea undescribed Perigea sp.  - Perigea undescribed Moth #3 - Perigea undescribed Undescribed Perigea Moth - Hodges#9689.96 - Perigea undescribed Perigea - Perigea undescribed Unk. Noctuid (?) - Perigea undescribed
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Classification
Kingdom Animalia (Animals)
Phylum Arthropoda (Arthropods)
Subphylum Hexapoda (Hexapods)
Class Insecta (Insects)
Order Lepidoptera (Butterflies and Moths)
Superfamily Noctuoidea (Owlet Moths and kin)
Family Noctuidae (Owlet Moths)
Subfamily Condicinae
Tribe Condicini
Genus Perigea
Species undescribed (Undescribed Perigea Moth - Hodges#9689.96)
Hodges Number
9689.96
Other Common Names
Undescribed Perigea Moth
Explanation of Names
This page refers to the one shown at MPG as "9689.96 – Perigea n. sp. – Undescribed Perigea Moth". This species is not, however, in the genus Perigea. BOLD shows this under PsaphidiniRZ new sp. A manuscript name is assigned to the species by Eric Metzler and his co-authors. The genus may also be as yet undescribed. BOLD examples fall into two BINs which may be determined to represent two separate species. Based on barcoding, not to mention the name given at BOLD, it appears that this will end up being in the tribe Psaphidini which is in the subfamily Amphipyrinae.