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933395 – 10805   Euxoa tessellata (Harris, 1841)
             Tessellate Dart
Distribution Data for Euxoa tessellata
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Distribution: Suggested by Heppner as a species straying into, but not breeding in, Florida.
Similar Species:
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Synonymy: Agrotis tessellata Harris, 1841
Carneades acutifrons Smith, 1900
Carneades atrofusca Smith, 1900
Agrotis atropurpurea Grote, 1877
Carneades caesius Smith, 1900
Carneades cariosus Smith, 1900
Arotis finis Smith, 1888
Carneades flaviscapula Smith, 1900
Carneades focinus Smith, 1903
Agrotis insignata Walker, 1857
Mamestra insulsa Walker, 1856
Carneades laminis Smith, 1900
Agrotis maizi Fitch, 1864
Euxoa marinensis McDunnough, 1941
Carneades neotelis Smith, 1900
Carneades noctuiformis Smith, 1900
Carneades nordica Smith, 1900
Carneades objurgata Smith, 1900
Agrotis perlentans Walker, 1857
Agrotis remota Smith, 1890
Agrotis tesselloides Grote, 1882
  • Barcode of Life (BOLD) - Caution: DNA barcode provides evidence of relatedness, not proof of identification, and some BOLD specimens shown may not be sequenced.
  • Lafontaine, J. D., 1987. Moths of America North of Mexico, Fascicle 27.2: p. 87; pl. 4.17-28. order or free PDF
  • Species Page at Block Island Moths
  • Species Page at BugGuide.Net
  • Species Page at Mass Moths
  • Species Page at Pacific Northwest Moths
Euxoa tessellata
Nolie Schneider
Euxoa tessellata
Hugh McGuinness
Euxoa tessellata
Hugh McGuinness
Euxoa tessellata
Robin McLeod
Euxoa tessellata
John Davis
Euxoa tessellata
LG – Jim Troubridge
Euxoa tessellata
LG – Jim Troubridge
Euxoa tessellata
LG – Jim Troubridge
Euxoa tessellata
33mm – Jim Vargo
Euxoa tessellata
32mm – Jim Vargo
Euxoa tessellata
33mm – Jim Vargo
Euxoa tessellata
38mm – Jim Vargo

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