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Species Patriciola semicana - Hodges#5932

Patriciola semicana - Hodges #5932 - Patriciola semicana - male Arizona Moth - possible Phycitine  - Patriciola semicana Arizona Moth - possible Phycitine  - Patriciola semicana Arizona Moth - possible Phycitine  - Patriciola semicana
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Classification
Kingdom Animalia (Animals)
Phylum Arthropoda (Arthropods)
Subphylum Hexapoda (Hexapods)
Class Insecta (Insects)
Order Lepidoptera (Butterflies and Moths)
Superfamily Pyraloidea (Pyralid and Crambid Snout Moths)
Family Pyralidae (Pyralid Moths)
Subfamily Phycitinae
Tribe Phycitini
Genus Patriciola
Species semicana (Patriciola semicana - Hodges#5932)
Hodges Number
5932
Synonyms and other taxonomic changes
Patriciola semicana Heinrich, 1956 (1)
Numbers
Patriciola semicana is the only member of the genus listed for America, north of Mexico. (2), (3)
Size
Heinrich (1956) listed the wingspan as 25-26 mm. (1)
Range
Texas to Utah and Arizona. (2), (1)
Holotype collected: Provo, Utah. (1)
Season
The adults appear to be most common from July to September. (2), (1)
Food
Heinrich (1956) listed the host plant as unknown. (1)
Print References
Heinrich, C., 1956. American moths of the subfamily Phycitinae. Bulletin of the United States National Museum, 207: 210, figs. 84, 460, 953.. (1)
Works Cited
1.American moths of the subfamily Phycitinae
Carl Heinrich. 1956. United States National Museum Bulletin 207: 1-581.
2.North American Moth Photographers Group
3.Check list of the Lepidoptera of America north of Mexico.
Hodges, et al. (editors). 1983. E. W. Classey, London. 284 pp.
4.BOLD: The Barcode of Life Data Systems