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The Plusiinae (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) of Great Smoky Mountains National Park
By Michael G, Pogue
Magnolia Press Zootaxa 1032: 1–28, 2005
Cite: 588408 with citation markup [cite:588408]
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Seventeen species of Plusiinae have been found in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, in Tennessee and North Carolina, USA. These species are documented with adult images, description, flight period, abundance, elevation range, Park and general distribution, and larval hosts from the literature. Maps illustrate the known distribution of each species within the Park. Sixteen of the 17 species occur above 4,000 feet in elevation. The most diverse locality in the Park has 14 species.