A new species of Euchaetes Harris from southern Arizona (Erebidae, Arctiinae)
AffiliationUniv Arizona, Dept Pathol
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CitationNagle RB, Schmidt BC (2018) A new species of Euchaetes Harris from southern Arizona (Erebidae, Arctiinae). In: Schmidt BC, Lafontaine JD (Eds) Contributions to the systematics of New World macro-moths VII. ZooKeys 788: 69–77. https://doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.788.26310
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AbstractEuchaetes nancyae sp. n. is described from southeastern Arizona. Although superficially similar to species of Pygarctia Grote, structural and molecular variation shows it to be most closely related to Euchaetes helena (Cassino). Adults, genitalic structure, e s, and first instar larvae are described and illustrated. The larval host plant remains unknown. Euchaetes helena is confirmed as occurring in Mexico.
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