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Pyrrhia aurantiago (Guenée, 1852) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) in Louisiana
By Vernon Antoine Brou Jr.
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New York Natural Heritage Program Conservation Guide - Aureolaria Seed Borer (Pyrrhia aurantiago)
By Andrea Chaloux
New York Natural Heritage Program, 2013

A new Heliothid from New Mexico
By McElvare, Rowland R.
Bulletin of the Brooklyn Entomological Society, 45: 83-84, 1950

Revised status of Chloridea Duncan and (Westwood), 1841, for the Heliothis virescens species group
By Pogue, Michael G.
Systematic Entomology 38, 523–542, 2013
Pogue, M.G. 2013. Revised status of Chloridea Duncan and (Westwood), 1841, for the Heliothis virescens species group (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae: Heliothinae) based on morphology and three genes. Systematic Entomology 38: 523–542 (PDF)

Nomenclatural validation of three North American species of Heliothinae (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) and the adult ...
By Michael G. Pogue
Zootaxa, 1283: 25–36, 2006
Nomenclatural validation of three North American species of Heliothinae (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) and the adult description of Heliolonche joaquinensis Hardwick.

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A review of the Phloxiphaga group of the genus Heliothis (Noctuidae: Heliothentinae) with description of a new species
By David F. Hardwick
Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 48(2): 106-110, 1994

A Monograph to the New World Heliothentinae (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae)
By David F. Hardwick
Centre for Land and Biological Resources Research, Agriculture Canada, Ottawa, Canada, 1996
A scholarly review of this monograph appears here. [Note: Apparently "Heliothentinae" = Heliothinae in currently accepted nomenclature (e.g. as used on BugGuide). See aforementioned review for details.]

Noctuoidea Noctuidae (Part) Pantheinae, Raphiinae, Balsinae, Acronictinae
By Schmidt, B.C. & G.G. Anweiler
The Moths of North America, 2020
Schmidt, B.C. & G.G. Anweiler, 2020. Noctuidae (Part) Pantheinae, Raphiinae, Balsinae, Acronictinae. The Moths of North America, Fascicle 25.4: 1-479

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479 pages, 130 species accounts, 31 color plates, 44 monochrome plates. Hardbound. ISBN 978-0-9796633-4-5. Published in 2020 by the Wedge Entomological Research Foundation.

The New World Noctuidae of the subfamilies Pantheinae (10 genera, 34 species), Raphiinae (1 genus, 1 species), Balsinae (1 genus, 3 species), and Acronictinae (5 genera, 92 species) are revised. With the exception of the Neotropical Pantheinae genera Lichnoptera Herrich-Schaffer, Gaujonia Dognin and Bathyra Walker, 130 species are treated, 102 of which occur in the United States and/or Canada; 26 are restricted to Mexico and/or Central America; one Eurasian species that could occur in Alaska/Yukon, and one European species that has been introduced as a biological control agent. Four new genera are described, two new subgenera of the genus Acronicta Ochsenheimer are proposed, fifteen new species are described, and one new subspecies is described. Six neotypes and 18 lectotypes are designated, and eleven species are subsumed into synonymy. Two species are raised from synonymy. Genitalia, dot range maps and adults are illustrated, the latter in colour. Colour larval photographs for 77 species are also provided.

 
 
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