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Revision of the Lacinipolia vicina (Grote) complex (Noctuidae, Noctuinae, Eriopygini)
By Schmidt, B.C.
ZooKeys 527: 103-126, 2015
Cite: 1292624 with citation markup [cite:1292624]
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Abstract: The Lacinipolia vicina (Grote) species complex, previously consisting of L. vicina, L. teligera (Morrison), L. pensilis (Grote), and L. subalba Mustelin is revised to six species: L. vicina (eastern USA), L. teligera (southern Great Plains), L. pensilis (Pacific Northwest and northern Rocky Mountains), L. acutipennis (Grote), stat. rev. (= L. subalba syn. n.) (western North America), L. sareta (Smith), stat. rev. (Canada and western USA) and L. dimocki, sp. n. (California and Pacific Northwest). Lectotypes are designated for L. vicina, L. teligera and L. pensilis.