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Lepidoptera: Noctuoidea: Erebidae of Great Smoky Mountains National Park, USA.
By Michael G. Pogue
Zootaxa 3153: 1–31 , 2012
Cite: 750317 with citation markup [cite:750317]
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Species Accounts for 25 Erebidae species (BG links for convenience updating guide pages)

Subfamily Aventiinae (Tutt, 1896)
Oruza albocostaliata (Packard) - The White-Edge

Subfamily Boletobiinae (Grote, 1895)
Metalectra discalis (Grote, 1876) - Common Fungus Moth
Metalectra quadrisignata (Walker, 1858) - Four-spotted Fungus Moth
Metalectra richardsi (Brower, 1941) - Richards’ Fungus Moth
Metalectra tantillus (Grote, 1875) - Black Fungus Moth
Dyspyralis illocata (Warren, 1891) - Visitation Moth [now in Subfamily Hypenodinae]
Dyspyralis nigellus (Strecker, 1900) [now in Subfamily Hypenodinae]
Dyspyralis puncticosta (Smith, 1908) [now in Subfamily Hypenodinae]

Subfamily Eublemminae (Forbes, 1954)
Eublemma minima (Guenée, 1852) - Everlasting Bud Moth

Subfamily Pangraptinae (Grote, 1882)
Ledaea perditalis (Walker, 1859) - Lost Owlet
Pangrapta decoralis (Hübner, 1818) - Decorated Owlet

Subfamily Phytometrinae (Hampson, 1913)
Hemeroplanis habitalis (Walker, 1859) - Black-dotted Hemeroplanis Moth
Hemeroplanis obliqualis (Hy. Edwards, 1886)
Spargaloma sexpunctata (Grote, 1873) - Six-spotted Gray
Hyperstrotia pervertens (Barnes & McDunnough, 1918) - Dotted Graylet
Hyperstrotia secta (Grote, 1879) - Black-patched Graylet
Hyperstrotia villificans (Barnes & McDunnough, 1918) - White-lined Graylet

Subfamily Scolecocampinae (Grote, 1883)
Abablemma brimleyana (Dyar, 1914)
Arugisa lutea (Smith, 1900) - Common Arugisa
Gabara subnivosella (Walker, 1866)
Isogona tenuis (Grote, 1872) - Thin-lined Owlet [now in Subfamily Phytometrinae]
Nigetia formosalis (Walker, 1866) - Thin-winged Owlet
Scolecocampa liburna (Geyer, 1837) - Dead-Wood Borer Moth
Sigela brauneata (Swett, 1913)
Sigela penumbrata (Hulst, 1896) - Stippled Sigela Moth

Full title
Pogue, M.G., 2012.The Aventiinae, Boletobiinae, Eublemminae, Pangraptinae, Phytometrinae,
and Scolecocampinae (Lepidoptera: Noctuoidea: Erebidae) of Great Smoky
Mountains National Park, U.S.A. Zootaxa 3153: 1–31.

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