Elaphria cyanympha. Elaphria cyanympha, comb. n. belongs in the Elaphria Hübner generic complex (Noctuinae: Elaphriini) rather than in Cryphia Hübner (Bryophilinae). Typical Elaphria have a forked clasper whereas that of E. cyanympha has a simple clasper, so its placement in Elaphria is provisional. The closely-related Puerto Rican species Elaphria jucundella (Dyar, 1922) comb. n. is here also transferred from Cryphia, where it was placed by Ferguson (1988).