Synonyms and other taxonomic changes
was recognized as the senior synonym of Eudonia lugubralis
in Nuss (1999) (2)
Male: Brown, ash-gray beneath. Palpi slender, porrect, white beneath, much shorter than the breadth of the head; third joint lanceolate, about half the length of the second. Abdomen ash-gray, extending much beyond the hind wings. Legs smooth. Fore wings ash-gray, bronzy-brown speckled, with an bronzy-brown denticulated antemedial line, and with an bronzy-brown undulating line, which is very near to a much excavated bronzy-brown marginal band; orbicular and reniform marks brown- bordered, the latter partly blackish hindward; marginal points blackish. Hind wings ash-gray. Length of the body 4 hues, of the wings 10 lines. (1)
Type(?): St. Martin's Falls, Albany River, Hudson's Bay. (1)
Curtis, J. 1850: Notes upon the smaller British Moths, with descriptions of some nondescript or imperfectly characterized species. – Annals and Magazine of Natural History, including Zoology, Botany and Geology, London (ser. 2) 5: 110-121
Munroe, E. G. 1971: Eudonia borealis (Tengström) and E. alpina (Curtis) (Lep., Pyralidae). – Entomologist's Gazette, London 22: 96.
Nuss M (1999) Revision der Gattungen der Scopariinae (Lepidoptera: Pyraloidea, Crambidae). Nova Supplementa Entomologica, Berlin 13: 3–151.
Walker, F. 1866 ["1865"] a: Supplement 4. – List of the Specimens of Lepidopterous Insects in the Collection of the British Museum, London 34: 1498–1499
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