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Notes on and descriptions of some American moths.
By Carl Heinrich
Proceedings of the United States National Museum 79(13): 1-16, Pl.1-7, 1931
Cite: 1483039 with citation markup [cite:1483039]
Heinrich, C., 1931. Notes on and descriptions of some American moths. Proceedings of the United States National Museum 79(13): 1-16, Pl.1-7.

New genus
Tsinilla
New species
Galenara consimilis
Epipyrops cucullata
Diatraea considerata
Platytes (?) aenigmatica
Aglossa furva
Thiodia implicata
Epinotia opposita
Epinotia accessa
Anchylopera brauni
Phaecasiophora inspersa

New variety
Diatraea busckella rosa