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Family Noctuidae - Owlet Moths

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The little known moth Euxoa sculptilis (Harvey) in Arizona, with description, illustrations, and notes on ...
By J. S. Buckett
Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera, 5(4): 255-261, 1966
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The little known moth Euxoa sculptilis (Harvey) in Arizona, with description, illustrations, and notes on Euxoa violaris (Grote & Robinson (Noctuidae-Agrotiinae).

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The misturata group of the genus Euxoa (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) with a description of a new species
By J. D. Lafontaine
The Canadian Entomologist, 107(12): 1327-1332, 1975

Two new species of Euxoa (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) from southern United States allied to Euxoa camalpa.
By J. D. Lafontaine
The Canadian Entomologist, 108(6): 665, 1976

A revision of the Comosa group of the genus Euxoa Hbn. (Lepidotera: Noctuidae), with descriptions of two new species
By J. D. Lafontaine, J. R. Byers
The Canadian Entomologist 114(7): 575-589, 1982

A new species of Euxoa (Noctuidae) from Washington State.
By Anders Crabo, Lars Crabo
Journal of the Lepidopterists’ Society 61(2): 87–89, 2007

Classification and phylogeny of the Euxoa detersa group (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae)
By J. D. Lafontaine
Quaestiones Entomologicae 17: 1-120, 1981

A new species of Euxoa (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) resembling Euxoa obeliscoides.
By D. F. Hardwick
The Canadian Entomologist 105: 75-78, 1973

An anomalous new species of moth from California (Lep.: Phalaenidae, Apatelinae)
By Benjamin, F. H.
Pan-Pacific Entomologist 11(2):55-56, 1935
Original description of "Apamea" (= Amphipoea) keiferi.
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