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Species Semixanthia franclemonti - Charadra franclemonti - Hodges#9188

Moth - Semixanthia franclemonti Charadra franclemonti 9188 or Charadra tapa 9188.1? - Semixanthia franclemonti Charadra franclemonti 9188 or Charadra tapa 9188.1? - Semixanthia franclemonti Charadra franclemonti - Semixanthia franclemonti - female Charadra franclemonti - Semixanthia franclemonti - female Larva Day 5 - Semixanthia franclemonti Larva Day 21 - Semixanthia franclemonti Arizona Moth - Semixanthia franclemonti
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Classification
Kingdom Animalia (Animals)
Phylum Arthropoda (Arthropods)
Subphylum Hexapoda (Hexapods)
Class Insecta (Insects)
Order Lepidoptera (Butterflies and Moths)
Superfamily Noctuoidea (Owlet Moths and kin)
Family Noctuidae (Owlet Moths)
Subfamily Pantheinae
Genus Semixanthia
Species franclemonti (Charadra franclemonti - Hodges#9188)
Hodges Number
9188
Synonyms and other taxonomic changes
Semixanthia franclemonti (Anweiler & Schmidt, 2010) (1)
Charadra franclemonti Anweiler & Schmidt, 2010 (2)
Phylogenetic sequence # 931404
Explanation of Names
Schmidt & Anweiler (2010) stated "We name this species after the late John G. Franclemont who collected and reared this species and recognized that there were two distinct species in southern Arizona." (2)
Size
Schmidt & Anweiler (2010) reported the forewing length. (2)
♂ averages 18 mm.
♀ averages 19 mm.
Range
Arizona, New Mexico; Mexico.
Holotype ♂, Arizona, Cochise County, Pinery Canyon campground, 5-VIII-08, C. Schmidt & B. Walsh. (2)
Habitat
Dry oak woodlands. (2)
Season
Schmidt & Anweiler (2010) reported mid-July to August. (2)
Food
Quercus gambelii Nuttal (Gambel oak). (2)
Print References
Schmidt, C. & G. Anweiler, 2010. The North American species of Charadra (Walker), with a revision of the Charadra pata (Druce) group (Noctuidae, Pantheinae). in Contributions to the Systematics of New World Macro-Moths II. ZooKeys 39: 166; figs 5, 6, 23, 30. (2)
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