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Species Sideridis fuscolutea - Hodges#10256

Sideridis fuscolutea - Hodges #10256 - Sideridis fuscolutea
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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 Noctuinae (Cutworm or Dart Moths)
Tribe Hadenini
Genus Sideridis
Species fuscolutea (Sideridis fuscolutea - Hodges#10256)
Hodges Number
10256
Synonyms and other taxonomic changes
Sideridis fuscolutea (Smith, 1892)
Trichoclea fuscolutea (Smith, 1892) (1)
Mamestra fuscolutea Smith, 1892
Phylogenetic sequence # 932902 (2)
Numbers
Lafontaine & Schmidt (2010) listed 9 species of the genus Sideridis in America north of Mexico. (2)
Size
Forewing length 16-17 mm. (3)
Hampson (1905) listed a wingspan of 40 mm.
Smith (1903) reported a wingspan of 35-40 mm.
Identification
ID confirmed by Chuck Harp.
Range
California to Colorado, and British Columbia and Alberta. (4)
Holotype from Colorado.
Season
The main flight period appears to be April to July. (3),(4)
Food
The host is unknown. (3)
Print References
Hampson, G.F., 1905. Noctuidae. Catalogue of Lepidoptera Phalaenae in the British Museum. Supplement 5: 239.
Smith, J.B., 1892. New species of Noctuidae. Entomological News, and Proceedings of the Entomological Section of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 3: 250; plate x, fig. 3.
Smith, J.B., 1903. New noctuids for 1903, No. 4, with notes on certain described species. Transactions of the American Entomological Society. 29(3): 199. (1)
Works Cited
1.New noctuids for 1903, No. 4, with notes on certain described species
John B. Smith. 1903. Transactions of The American Entomological Society 29(3): 191-224.
2.Annotated check list of the Noctuoidea (Insecta, Lepidoptera) of North America north of Mexico.
Donald J. Lafontaine, B. Christian Schmidt. 2010. ZooKeys 40: 1–239 .
3.Pacific Northwest Moths
4.North American Moth Photographers Group
5.BOLD: The Barcode of Life Data Systems