Alypia dipsaci. The name Alypia dipsaci, syn. n. represents a female specimen of Alypia octomaculata, nominally from California, but likely mislabelled. Alypia langtoni is the expected species in the Sierra Nevada, but the holotype of Alypia dipsaci in AMNH has two white spots on the hindwing, whereas the female of A. langtoni has a single white spot.

Alypia octomaculata matuta. The taxon matuta is revised to the status of a subspecies of Alypia octomaculata by Powell and Opler (2009). It intergrades with the typical eastern form of A. octomaculata where their ranges meet in the eastern Great Plains.