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Taxonomic Notes
  • 0013.1: Eriocraniella mediabulla Davis & Faeth, 1986, n. sp., Proc. Entom. Soc. Wash., v. 88, no. 1, p. 145-153.
  • 0017.1: Acanthopteroctetes aurulenta Davis, 1984, n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc., v. 38, no. 1, p. 47-50.
  • 0019: This species includes the former species 0020 - Sthenopis quadriguttatus (Grote, 1864).
  • 0020: Sthenopis quadriguttatus (Grote, 1864) is a synonym of 0019 Sthenopis purpurascens.
  • 0022: Sthenopis pretiosus (Herrich-Schäffer, [1856]) replaces Sthenopis auratus (Grote, 1878), The European Entomologist, 7(4): 121-122.
  • 0029.1: Gazoryctra wielgusi Wagner & Tindale, 1988, n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc., v. 42, p. 204-212.
  • 0030: Korscheltellus mustelinus (Packard, 1864) is a synonym of 0031 Korscheltellus gracilis.
  • 0031.1: Korscheltellus lupulina (Linnaeus, 1758) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 0034: Phymatopus montanus (Stretch, 1872) is a synonym of 0033 Phymatopus behrensi.
  • 0037: Formerly placed in the genus Ectoedemia, ZooKeys, 628: 65-246.
  • 0038: Formerly placed in the genus Ectoedemia, ZooKeys, 628: 65-246.
  • 0038.1: Etainia albibimaculella (Larsen, 1927) is now recognized within the North American fauna, ZooKeys, 628: 65-246.
  • 0047: Ectoedemia occultella (Linnaeus, 1767) includes as a synonym 0047 Ectoedemia lindquisti (Freeman, 1962), ZooKeys. 628: 65-246 and Tijdschrift Voor Entomologie, 128(1): 79-80.
  • 0049: Ectoedemia ulmella (Braun, 1912) includes as a synonym 0049.1 Ectoedemia andrella Wilkinson, 1981, 1981, ZooKeys, 628: 65-246.
  • 0049.1: Ectoedemia andrella Wilkinson, 1981, is a synonym of 0049: Ectoedemia ulmella (Braun, 1912), ZooKeys, 628: 65-246.
  • 0053: Ectoedemia obrutella (Zeller, 1873) is transferred to Zimmermannia and includes as synonyms 0053.2 Ectoedemia piperella Wilkinson & Newton, 1981 and 0058.1 Ectoedemia reneella Wilkinson, 1981. ZooKeys, 628: 65-246. Ectoedemia obrutella sensu Wilkinson & Newton, 1981, formerly 0053, is a synonym of 0055 Zimmermannia bosquella (Chambers, 1878), ZooKeys, 628: 65-246.
  • 0053.1: Ectoedemia acanthella Wilkinson & Newton, 1981 is a synonym of 0109 Zimmermannia grandisella (Chambers, 1880), ZooKeys, 628: 65-246.
  • 0053.2: Ectoedemia piperella Wilkinson & Newton, 1981 is a synonym of 0053 Ectoedemia obrutella (Zeller, 1873), ZooKeys, 628: 65-246.
  • 0054: Ectoedemia chlorantis Meyrick, 1928 is a synonym of 0109 Zimmermannia grandisella (Chambers, 1880), ZooKeys, 628: 65-246.
  • 0055: Zimmermannia bosquella (Chambers, 1878) is reinstated. This species replaces Ectoedemia heinrichi Busck, 1914 and includes as synonyms 0056 Ectoedemia castaneae Busck, 1913, 0058.2 Ectoedemia helenella Wilkinson, 1981, and 0053 Ectoedemia obrutella sensu Wilkinson & Newton, 1981, ZooKeys, 628: 65-246.
  • 0056: Ectoedemia castaneae Busck, 1913 is a synonym of 0055 Zimmermannia bosquella (Chambers, 1878), ZooKeys, 628: 65-246.
  • 0057: Ectoedemia phleophaga Busck, 1914 is transferred to Zimmermannia, ZooKeys, 628: 65-246.
  • 0058: Ectoedemia mesoloba Davis, 1978 is transferred to Zimmermannia and includes as a synonym 0109.1 Ectoedemia coruscella Wilkinson, 1981, ZooKeys, 628: 65-246.
  • 0058.1: Ectoedemia reneella Wilkinson, 1981 is a synonym of 0053 Ectoedemia obrutella (Zeller, 1873), ZooKeys, 628: 65-246.
  • 0058.2: Ectoedemia helenella Wilkinson, 1981 is a synonym of 0055 Zimmermannia bosquella (Chambers, 1878), ZooKeys, 628: 65-246.
  • 0059: Formerly placed in the genus Trifurcula, ZooKeys, 628: 65-246.
  • 0060: Formerly placed in the genus Ectoedemia, ZooKeys, 628: 65-246.
  • 0060.2: Fomoria septembrella (Stainton, 1849) reported in the Pacific Northwest region by Erik van Nieukerken in unpublished research.
  • 0061: Formerly placed in the genus Ectoedemia, ZooKeys, 628: 65-246.
  • 0064: Stigmella oxyacanthella (Stainton, 1854) replaces Stigmella pomivorella (Packard, 1870), apparently introduced from Europe in the 19th century, ZooKeys. 628: 65-246.
  • 0065: Stigmella minusculella (Herrich-Schäffer, 1855) replaces Stigmella chalybeia (Braun, 1914), Kaunas, Lithuania, Lutute, 2003: 1-512.
  • 0066: Stigmella scinanella Wilkinson & Scoble, 1979 is a synonym of 0067 Stigmella purpuratella (Braun, 1917)
  • 0067: Stigmella purpuratella (Braun, 1917) includes as a synonym 0066 Stigmella scinanella Wilkinson & Scoble, 1979, ZooKeys, 628: 65-246.
  • 0076.1: Stigmella inconspicuella Newton & Wilkinson, 1982, n. sp., Systematic Entomology, v. 7, p. 367-463.
  • 0076.2: Stigmella heteromelis Newton & Wilkinson, 1982, n. sp., Systematic Entomology, v. 7, p. 367-463.
  • 0078.1: Stigmella anomalella (Goeze, 1783) is now recognized within the North American fauna following unpubl. info from van Nieukerken, 2010.
  • 0078.2: Stigmella centifoliella (Zeller, 1848) is now recognized within the North American fauna. Introduced from Eurasia, ZooKeys, 628: 65-246
  • 0079.2: Stigmella salicis (Stainton, 1854) is now recognized within the North American fauna, ZooKeys, 628: 65-246.
  • 0083: Ectoedemia minimella (Zetterstedt, 1839) includes as a synonym Ectoedemia canadensis (Braun, 1917), ZooKeys, 628: 65-246.
  • 0088: Formerly placed in the genus Nepticula, ZooKeys, 628: 65-246. Previously listed as Stigmella latifasciella in the the 1983 Hodges Checklist, a homonym of Nepticula latifasciella Herrich-Schäffer, 1855.
  • 0091.1: Stigmella sclerostylota Newton & Wilkinson, 1982, n. sp., Systematic Entomology, v. 7, p. 367-463.
  • 0093.1: Stigmella caryaefoliella (Clemens, 1861) is reinstated as a valid species, ZooKeys, 628: 65-246.
  • 0095.1: Stigmella longisacca Newton & Wilkinson, 1982, n. sp., Systematic Entomology, v. 7, p. 367-463.
  • 0095.2: Stigmella centifoliella (Zeller, 1848) is now recognized within the North American fauna. Introduced from Eurasia, ZooKeys, 628: 65-246
  • 0095.3: Stigmella confusella (Wood & Walsingham, 1894) is now recognized within the North American fauna, ZooKeys, 628: 65-246.
  • 0095.4: Stigmella lapponica (Wocke, 1862) is now recognized within the North American fauna, ZooKeys, 628: 65-246.
  • 0095.6: Stigmella betulicola (Stainton, 1856) is now recognized within the North American fauna, ZooKeys, 628: 65-246.
  • 0095.8: Bohemannia pulverosella (Stainton, 1849) is now recognized within the North American fauna. Introduced from Europe, ZooKeys, 628: 65-246.
  • 0105.1: Stigmella plumosetaeella Newton & Wilkinson, 1982, n. sp., Systematic Entomology, v. 7, p. 367-463.
  • 0108: [Gelechioidea - no genus] belfragrella (Chambers, 1875), incorrectly spelled as belfrageella in Braun (1917), was formerly placed in Nepticulidae and is now regarded as belonging in Gelechiidae, ZooKeys. 628: 201.
  • 0109: Formerly placed in the genus Ectoedemia. Zimmermannia grandisella (Chambers, 1880) includes as a synonym 0053.1 Ectoedemia acanthella (Wilkinson & Newton, 1981) and 0054 Ectoedemia chlorantis Meyrick, 1928, ZooKeys, 628: 65-246.
  • 0109.1: Ectoedemia coruscella Wilkinson, 1981, n. sp., Tijdschrift Voor Entomologie, v. 124, no. 3, p. 93-110, is a synonym of 0058, ZooKeys, 628: 65-246.
  • 0109.3: Fomoria weaveri (Stainton, 1855) is now recognized within the North American fauna. Formerly placed in the genus Ectoedemia, ZooKeys, 628: 65-246.
  • 0112.1: Acalyptris bipinnatellus (Wilkinson, 1979), n. sp., Tijdschrift Voor Entomologie, v. 122, no. 4, p. 59-90.
  • 0114.1: Acalyptris lotella Wagner, 1987, n. sp., Pan-Pacific Entom., v. 63, no. 3, p. 278-283.
  • 0114.2: Acalyptris postalatratus (Wilkinson, 1979), n. sp., Tijdschrift Voor Entomologie, v. 122, no. 4, p. 59-90.
  • 0114.3: Acalyptris distaleus (Wilkinson, 1979), n. sp., Tijdschrift Voor Entomologie, v. 122, no. 4, p. 59-90.
  • 0117: Formerly placed in the genus Manoneura, ZooKeys, 628: 65-246.
  • 0119.1: Pseudopostega floridensis Davis & Stonis, 2007, n. sp., Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, v. 625, p. 1-212.
  • 0119.2: Pseudopostega parakempella Davis & Stonis, 2007, n. sp., Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, v. 625, p. 1-212.
  • 0119.3: Pseudopostega acidata (Meyrick, 1915) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 0119.4: Pseudopostega texana Davis & Stonis, 2007, n. sp., Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, v. 625, p. 1-212.
  • 0119.5: Pseudopostega venticola (Walsingham, 1897) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 0120: Pseudopostega bistrigulella Braun 1918 is a synonym of 0121 Pseudopostega albogaleriella.
  • 0123: Pseudopostega nonstrigella Chambers 1881 is a synonym of 0121 Pseudopostega albogaleriella.
  • 0126: Formerly placed in the genus Tischeria.
  • 0127: Formerly placed in the genus Tischeria.
  • 0128: Formerly placed in the genus Tischeria.
  • 0129: Formerly placed in the genus Tischeria.
  • 0130: Formerly placed in the genus Tischeria.
  • 0131: Formerly placed in the genus Tischeria.
  • 0132: Formerly placed in the genus Tischeria.
  • 0133: Formerly placed in the genus Tischeria.
  • 0134: Formerly placed in the genus Tischeria.
  • 0135: Formerly placed in the genus Tischeria.
  • 0136: Formerly placed in the genus Tischeria.
  • 0137: Formerly placed in the genus Tischeria.
  • 0138: Formerly placed in the genus Tischeria.
  • 0139: Formerly placed in the genus Tischeria.
  • 0140: Formerly placed in the genus Tischeria.
  • 0141: Formerly placed in the genus Tischeria.
  • 0142: Tischeria sulphurea Frey & Boll, 1878, is a synonym of 0143 Coptotriche zelleriella (Clemens, 1859).
  • 0143: Formerly placed in the genus Tischeria. Includes as a synonym Tischeria sulphurea Frey & Boll, 1878 [0142].
  • 0145: Formerly placed in the genus Tischeria.
  • 0146: Formerly placed in the genus Tischeria.
  • 0147: Formerly placed in the genus Tischeria.
  • 0148: Formerly placed in the genus Tischeria.
  • 0149: Formerly placed in the genus Tischeria.
  • 0150: Formerly placed in the genus Tischeria.
  • 0151: Formerly placed in the genus Tischeria.
  • 0152: Formerly placed in the genus Tischeria.
  • 0153: Formerly placed in the genus Tischeria.
  • 0154: Formerly placed in the genus Tischeria.
  • 0155: Formerly placed in the genus Tischeria.
  • 0156: Formerly placed in the genus Tischeria.
  • 0157: Formerly placed in the genus Tischeria.
  • 0158: Formerly placed in the genus Tischeria.
  • 0159: Formerly placed in the genus Tischeria.
  • 0160: Formerly placed in the genus Tischeria.
  • 0161: Formerly placed in the genus Tischeria.
  • 0162: Formerly placed in the genus Tischeria.
  • 0163: Formerly placed in the genus Tischeria.
  • 0164: Formerly placed in the genus Tischeria.
  • 0165: Formerly placed in the genus Tischeria.
  • 0166: Formerly placed in the genus Tischeria.
  • 0167: Includes as a synonym Tischeria immaculata Braun, 1915 [0168].
  • 0168: Tischeria immaculata Braun, 1915, is a synonym of 0167 Tischeria ceanothi Walsingham, 1890.
  • 0171: Formerly placed in the genus Tischeria.
  • 0172: Formerly placed in the genus Tischeria.
  • 0173: Generic placement is provisional, Pohl et. al 2016.
  • 0174.1: Alloclemensia americana Nielsen, 1981, Entomol-Scand., v. 12, no. 3, p. 271-294, includes as a synonym 0179 Lampronia trimaculella of authors (not Duponchel, 1838)
  • 0174.2: Incurvaria circulella (Zetterstedt, 1840) is now recognized within the North American fauna, University of Guelph, 2014.
  • 0179: Lampronia trimaculella of authors (not Duponchel, 1838) is a synonym of 0174.1 Alloclemensia americana Nielsen, 1981, Entomol-Scand., v. 12, no. 3, p. 271-294.
  • 0180: Lampronia rubiella (Bjerkander, 1781) is a synonym of 0180.1 Lampronia corticella (Linnaeus, 1758).
  • 0180.1: Lampronia corticella (Linnaeus, 1758) is an introduced species and includes as a synonym 0180 Lampronia rubiella (Bjerkander, 1781).
  • 0186.1: Tetragma gei Davis, Pellmyr & Thompson, 1992, n. sp., Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, v. 524, p. 1-88.
  • 0189.1: Greya piperella (Busck, 1904) is elevated from synonymy of 0189 Greya punctiferrella.
  • 0189.2: Greya mitellae Davis, Pellmyr & Thompson, 1992, n. sp., Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, v. 524, p. 1-88.
  • 0189.3: Greya obscura Davis, Pellmyr & Thompson, 1992, n. sp., Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, v. 524, p. 1-88.
  • 0192.1: Greya suffusca Davis, Pellmyr & Thompson, 1992, n. sp., Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, v. 524, p. 1-88.
  • 0193:
  • 0193.1: Greya powelli Davis, Pellmyr & Thompson, 1992, n. sp., Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, v. 524, p. 1-88.
  • 0194.1: Greya enchrysa Davis, Pellmyr & Thompson, 1992, n. sp., Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, v. 524, p. 1-88.
  • 0194.2: Greya variabilis Davis, Pellmyr & Thompson, 1992, n. sp., Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, v. 524, p. 1-88.
  • 0194.3: Greya pectinifera Davis, Pellmyr & Thompson, 1992, n. sp., Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, v. 524, p. 1-88.
  • 0197.1: Tegeticula altiplanella Pellmyr, 1999, n. sp., Systematic Entomology, v. 24, no. 3, p. 243-271.
  • 0197.2: Tegeticula cassandra Pellmyr, 1999, n. sp., Systematic Entomology, v. 24, no. 3, p. 243-271.
  • 0197.3: Tegeticula baccatella Pellmyr, 1999, n. sp., Systematic Entomology, v. 24, no. 3, p. 243-271.
  • 0197.4: Tegeticula intermedius (Riley, 1881) is elevated from synonymy of 0198 Tegeticula yuccasella.
  • 0197.5: Tegeticula carnerosanella Pellmyr, 1999, n. sp., Systematic Entomology, v. 24, no. 3, p. 243-271.
  • 0198.1: Tegeticula corruptrix Pellmyr, 1999, n. sp., Systematic Entomology, v. 24, no. 3, p. 243-271.
  • 0198.2: Tegeticula elatella Pellmyr, 1999, n. sp., Systematic Entomology, v. 24, no. 3, p. 243-271.
  • 0198.3: Tegeticula maderae Pellmyr, 1999, n. sp., Systematic Entomology, v. 24, no. 3, p. 243-271.
  • 0198.4: Tegeticula mojavella Pellmyr, 1999, n. sp., Systematic Entomology, v. 24, no. 3, p. 243-271.
  • 0198.5: Tegeticula rostratella Pellmyr, 1999, n. sp., Systematic Entomology, v. 24, no. 3, p. 243-271.
  • 0198.6: Tegeticula superficiella Pellmyr, 1999, n. sp., Systematic Entomology, v. 24, no. 3, p. 243-271.
  • 0198.7: Tegeticula treculeanella Pellmyr, 1999, n. sp., Systematic Entomology, v. 24, no. 3, p. 243-271.
  • 0200.1: Prodoxus decipiens Riley, 1880 is elevated from synonymy of 0200 Prodoxus quinquepunctella (eastern form).
  • 0201.1: New species description. Pellmyr, Yoder & Godsoe, 2009. J. Lepid. Soc. 63(3): 137-140. Prodoxus praedictus, n. sp., A new Bogus Yucca Moth from Southern California.
  • 0202.2: Prodoxus phylloryctus Wagner & Powell, 1988, n. sp., Annals Ent. Soc. America, v. 81, no. 4, p. 547-553.
  • 0205: Prodoxus marginatus Riley, 1881 includes as a synonym 0206 Prodoxus pulverulentus Riley, 1892, Systematic Entomology. 31(1): 5.
  • 0206: Prodoxus pulverulentus Riley, 1892 is a synonym of 0205 Prodoxus marginatus Riley, 1881, Systematic Entomology. 31(1): 5.
  • 0210: Prodoxus barberella Busck, 1915 was formerly placed in the genus Agavenema, Systematic Entomology. 31(1): 5.
  • 0211: Prodoxus pallida (Davis, 1967) was placed in the genus Agavenema, Systematic Entomology. 31(1): 5.
  • 0212: 0212 - Cauchas dietziella (Kearfott, 1908) and 0213 - Cauchas cyanella (Busck, 1915) can be determined only by dissection. They will be treated here as the 0212 - Cauchas dietziella species group for the purpose of placing undetermined photographs.
  • 0238: Stephensia major (Kearfott, 1907) was in in Antispila.
  • 0240.1: Antispila oinophylla van Nieukerken & Wagner, 2012, n. sp., ZooKeys, 170: 29-77.
  • 0246: Coptodisca ella (Chambers, 1871) is a a synonym of 0247 Coptodisca lucifluella (Clemens, 1860).
  • 0247: Coptodisca lucifluella (Clemens, 1860) includes as a synonym 0246 Coptodisca ella (Chambers, 1871), Bulletin of Entomological Research. 105(2): 201-224.
  • 0263.1: Nemapogon cloacella (Haworth, 1828) is now recognized within the North American fauna. Introduced from Europe. Zootaxa, 3749(1): 12.
  • 0276.5: Triaxomera parasitella (Hübner, 1796) is now recognized within the North American fauna, Zootaxa, 3749(1): 7.
  • 0307.1: Dryadaula terpsichorella Busck, 1910 is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 0311.1: Scardia amurensis Zagulajev, 1965 is now recognized within the North American fauna. Introduced from Europe. Zootaxa, 3749(1): 7.
  • 0337.1: Amydria pogonites Walsingham, 1914 is now recognized within the North American fauna. Peter Jump (pers. comm., 1/16/2017) reports that three specimens from TX were examined by Don Davis.
  • 0341:
  • 0352: Acrolophus filicicornis (Walsingham, 1887) is misspelled as filicornis in some lists.
  • 0353:
  • 0355.1: Acrolophus heppneri Davis, 1990, n. sp., Proc. Entom. Soc. Wash., v. 92, no. 4, p. 694-704.
  • 0355.3: Acrolophus laticapitana heinrichi Hasbrouck, 1964, n. ssp., Proc. US Nat. Mus. 114: 627.
  • 0359: Acrolophus laticapitana (Walsingham, 1884) include as subspecies 0355.3 Acrolophus laticapitanus heinrichi and 0367.2 Acrolophus occidens, Proc. US Nat. Mus. 114: 616.
  • 0362: Acrolophus macrogaster (Walsingham, 1887) includes as a subspecies 0383.1 Acrolophus unipectinicornus Hasbrouck, 1964, Proceedings of the United States National Museum. 114: 487-706
  • 0363:
  • 0367.1: Acrolophus mycetophagus Davis, 1990, n. sp., Proc. Entom. Soc. Wash., v. 92, no. 4, p. 694-704.
  • 0367.2: Acrolophus occidens (Busck, 1910) is currently treated as a subspecies of 0359 Acrolophus laticapitana, Proc. US Nat. Mus. 114: 623.
  • 0370.1: Acrolophus pholeter Davis & Milstrey, 1988, n. sp., Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash., v. 90, no. 2, p. 164-178.
  • 0371:
  • 0373: Florida populations with a large amount of white in the forewing are proving to be a new species, the CO1 DNA differs by more than 5% from the darker specimens that have no or very reduced white scaling. ~ P. Jump
  • 0382.1: Acrolophus spilotus Davis, 1990, n. sp., Proc. Entom. Soc. Wash., v. 92, no. 4, p. 694-704.
  • 0383:
  • 0383.1: Acrolophus unipectinicornus Hasbrouck, 1964 is a subspecies of 0362 Acrolophus macrogaster (Walsingham, 1887), Proceedings of the United States National Museum. 114: 487-706.
  • 0385:
  • 0390: Phereoeca uterella (Walsingham, 1897) is a replacement name for Phereoeca walsinghami (Busck, 1933).
  • 0390.1: Phereoeca praecox Gozmany & Vari, 1973 is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 0395: Introduced from Europe, Zootaxa, 3749(1): 17.
  • 0405: Introduced from Europe, Zootaxa, 3749(1): 17.
  • 0406.1: Tinea svenssoni Opheim, 1965 is now recognized within the North American fauna, Zootaxa, 3749(1): 17.
  • 0411: Niditinea fuscella (Linnaeus, 1758) is a replacement name for Niditinea spretella (Denis & Schiffermüller, 1775).
  • 0415.1: Monopis laevigella ([Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775) is now recognized within the North American fauna. Specimens in North America identified as 0420 M. rusticella are treated as M. laevigella following Karscholt & Razowski (1996).
  • 0415.2: Monopis weaverella (Scott, 1858) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 0418.1: Monopis pavlovski is now recognized within the North American fauna. It has been present at least since 1985 and is now found throughout the eastern United States. No report from Canada yet (2011).
  • 0420: Monopis rusticella (Hübner, 1796) is removed. Specimens in North America identified as M. rusticella are treated as 0415.1 Monopis laevigella following Karscholt & Razowski (1996).
  • 0422: Eccritothrix guenterella Koçak, 1986 includes as a synonym 0422 Eccritothrix trimaculella (Chambers, 1873), Pohl et al. (2016).
  • 0424: Praeacedes thecophora (Walsingham, 1908) is a synonym of 0423 Praeacedes atomosella.
  • 0425.1: Elatobia montelliella (Schantz, 1951) is now recognized within the North American fauna, Zootaxa, 3749(1): 12.
  • 0426.1: Xystrologa antipathetica (Forbes, 1931) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 0432.1: Opogona sacchari (Bojer, 1856) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 0433.1: Opogona purpuriella Sweezey, 1913 is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 0434.1: New species description: First report of the old world genus Pelecystola in North America, with description of a new species. Steve R. Davis and Donald R. Davis, ZooKeys 25 (2009). Download .pdf File
  • 0435: Previously listed in Taleporia.
  • 0436: Previously listed in Dahlica.
  • 0436.1: Dahlica lichenella (Linnaeus, 1761) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 0438: Apterona helix (Siebold, 1850) is a synonym of 0438.1 Apterona helicoidella (Vallot, 1827), World Catalogue of Insects. Vol. 10. p. 56.
  • 0438.1: Apterona helicoidella (Vallot, 1827) is now recognized within the North American fauna. This species includes as a synonym 0438 Apterona helix (Siebold, 1850), World Catalogue of Insects. Vol. 10. p. 56.
  • 0440: Zamopsyche commentella Dyar, 1923 includes as a synonym 0458 Thyridopteryx rileyi Heylaerts, 1884, World Catalogue of Insects, Vol. 10.
  • 0445: Astala edwardsii (Heylaerts, 1884) corrects the spelling of edwardsi in the Hodges 1983 Checklist.
  • 0451.1: Formerly placed in the genus Coloneura, Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash. 104(1): 244.
  • 0458: Thyridopteryx rileyi Heylaerts, 1884, is a synonym of 0440 Zamopsyche commentella Dyar, 1923, World Catalogue of Insects, Vol. 10.
  • 0462.1: Philonome wielgusi Sohn & Davis, 2015, n. sp., World Catalogue of Insects. Vol. 12.
  • 0462.2: 0462.2 Philonome nigrescens Sohn & Davis, 2015, n. sp., World Catalogue of Insects. Vol. 12.
  • 0463: Formerly placed in the genus Philonome, World Catalogue of Insects. Vol. 12.
  • 0464: Philonome albella (Chambers, 1877) and 1080 Hemiprosopa albella (Chambers, 1877) refer to the same species, Eurynome albella Chambers, 1877. 0464 is removed and 1080 is retained under the replacement name Elachista dasycara Kaila, 1999.
  • 0472: Lyonetia prunifoliella Hübner, 1796 is a replacement name for Lyonetia speculella Clemens, 1862.
  • 0472.1: Lyonetia pulverulentella Zeller, 1839 is now recognized within the North American fauna, Zootaxa, 3749(1): 21.
  • 0505.1: Bucculatrix dominatrix Rubinoff & Osborne, 1997, n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc. 51(3), 1997, 227-236
  • 0525.1: Bucculatrix kendalli Blanchard & Knudson, 1985, n. sp., Proc. Entom. Soc. Wash., v. 87, no. 2, p. 371-374.
  • 0547.1: Bucculatrix tetradymiae Rubinoff & Osborne, 1997, n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc. 51(3), 1997, 227-236
  • 0582.1: Bucculatrix frigida Deschka, 1992, n. sp., Entomofauna, v. 13, no. 33, p. 545-551.
  • 0594: Caloptilia belfragella (Chambers, 1875) corrects the spelling of belfrageella in the 1983 Hodges Checklist. Chambers (1875, Canadian Entomologist Vol. 7) described this species twice as a new species under two different names, belfragella on p. 8 and belfragella on p. 92., World Catalogue of Insects. 6: 1-502.
  • 0627: Formerly placed in the genus Caloptilia.
  • 0640.1: Caloptilia suberinella (Tengström, 1848) is now recognized within the North American fauna, Zootaxa, 3749(1): 17.
  • 0648: Parectopa albicostella (Braun, 1925) is a synonym of 0654 Micrurapteryx occulta (Braun, 1922), ZooKeys. 579: 125.
  • 0654: Micrurapteryx occulta (Braun, 1922), formerly in the genus Parectopa, includes as a synonym 0648 Parectopa albicostella (Braun, 1925), ZooKeys. 579: 125.
  • 0663.1: Neurobathra curcassi (Busck, 1934) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 0664: Callisto denticulella (Thunberg, 1794) includes as a synonym 681.1 Callisto solitariella, World Catalogue of Insects. 6: 1-502.
  • 0667.1: Parornix betulae (Stainton, 1854) is now recognized within the North American fauna, Zootaxa, 3749(1): 18.
  • 0681.1: Parornix solitariella (Dietz, 1907) is a synonym of 0664 Callisto denticulella (Thunberg, 1794), World Catalogue of Insects. 6: 1-502.
  • 0696: Formerly placed in the genus Acrocercops. South Florida and Cuba.
  • 0696.1: D. R. Davis and D. L. Wagner (new species description). Tropical Lepidoptera, 131-2: 1-40 2005. Biology and Systematics of the Neotropical Leafminer Genus Eucosmophora. South Florida and South Texas.
  • 0696.2: D. R. Davis and D. L. Wagner (new species description). Tropical Lepidoptera, 131-2: 1-40 2005. Biology and Systematics of the Neotropical Leafminer Genus Eucosmophora. South Florida and Belize.
  • 0718.1: Marmara gulosa Guillén, Davis & Heraty, 2001, n. sp., Proc. Entom. Soc. Wash., v. 103, no. 3, p. 636-654.
  • 0718.3: Marmara viburnella Eiseman & Davis, 2017, n. sp., Zootaxa 4337 (2): 199
  • 0720.1: Cremastobombycia chromolaenae Davis, 2013, n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc. 67(1): 35-41.
  • 0726.1: Phyllonorycter alaskana Deschka, 1982, n. sp., Entomofauna, v. 3, no. 17, p. 243-270.
  • 0736: Phyllonorycter atomariella (Zelled, 1875) is replaced by Phyllonorycter apparella (Herrich-Schäffer, 1855). Includes as synonymns P. ontario (Freeman) [0779] and P. tremuloidiella (Braun) [0798].
  • 0740:
  • 0746: Phyllonorycter crataegella (Clemens, 1859) includes as a synonym 0767 Phyllonorycter malimalifoliella (Braun, 1908), Proc. Entom. Soc. Wash. 612-615.
  • 0748.1: Phyllonorycter deserticola Davis & Deschka, 2001, n. sp., Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, v. 614, p. 1-89.
  • 0750.2: Phyllonorycter elamaella Doganlar & Mutuura, 1980, n. sp., Can. Ent., v. 112, p. 311-314.
  • 0750.3: Phyllonorycter erugatus Davis & Deschka, 2001, n. sp., Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, v. 614, p. 1-89.
  • 0751: Includes as a synonym Phyllonorycter felinelle (Heinrich, 1920) [0751].
  • 0761.1: Phyllonorycter latus Davis & Deschka, 2001, n. sp., Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, v. 614, p. 1-89.
  • 0762: Phyllonorycter kenora (Freeman, 1970) is a synonym of 0791 Phyllonorycter salicifoliella.
  • 0766.1: Phyllonorycter maestingella (Müller, 1764) is now recognized within the North American fauna, Zootaxa, 3749(1): 19.
  • 0767: Phyllonorycter malimalifoliella (Braun, 1908) is a synonym of 0746 Phyllonorycter crataegella (Clemens, 1859), Proc. Entom. Soc. Wash. 612-615.
  • 0771.1: Phyllonorycter mespilella (Hübner, 1805) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 0771.2: Phyllonorycter mildredae Davis & Deschka, 2001, n. sp., Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, v. 614, p. 1-89.
  • 0779: Phyllonorycter ontario (Freeman, 1970) is a synonym of 0736 Phyllonorycter atomariella.
  • 0791: Includes as a synonym P. kenora Freeman [0762].
  • 0792: Phyllonorycter salicivorella (Braun, 1908) is a synonym 0794 Phyllonorycter scudderella (Frey & Boll, 1873), Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology 614: 50.
  • 0794: Phyllonorycter scudderella (Frey & Boll, 1873) includes as a synonym 0792 Phyllonorycter salicivorella (Braun, 1908), Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology 614: 50.
  • 0798: Phyllonorycter tremuloidella (Braun, 1908) is a synonym of 0736 Phyllonorycter atomariella.
  • 0806.1: Cameraria anomala Opler & Davis, 1981, n. sp., Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, v. 333, p. 1-58.
  • 0817.1: Cameraria diabloensis Opler & Davis, 1981, n. sp., Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, v. 333, p. 1-58.
  • 0824.1: Cameraria jacintoensis Opler & Davis, 1981, n. sp., Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, v. 333, p. 1-58.
  • 0826.1: Cameraria lobatiella Opler & Davis, 1981, n. sp., Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, v. 333, p. 1-58.
  • 0828.1: Cameraria marinensis Opler & Davis, 1981, n. sp., Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, v. 333, p. 1-58.
  • 0829.1: Cameraria mendocinensis Opler & Davis, 1981, n. sp., Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, v. 333, p. 1-58.
  • 0832.1: Cameraria pentekes Opler & Davis, 1981, n. sp., Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, v. 333, p. 1-58.
  • 0836.1: Cameraria sadleriana Opler & Davis, 1981, n. sp., Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, v. 333, p. 1-58.
  • 0836.2: Cameraria sempervirensella Opler & Davis, 1981, n. sp., Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, v. 333, p. 1-58.
  • 0836.3: Cameraria serpentinensis Opler & Davis, 1981, n. sp., Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, v. 333, p. 1-58.
  • 0836.4: Cameraria shenaniganensis Opler & Davis, 1981, n. sp., Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, v. 333, p. 1-58.
  • 0837.1: Cameraria teldeni Opler & Davis, 1981, n. sp., Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, v. 333, p. 1-58.
  • 0837.2: Cameraria temblorensis Opler & Davis, 1981, n. sp., Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, v. 333, p. 1-58.
  • 0840.1: Cameraria walsinghami Opler & Davis, 1981, n. sp., Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, v. 333, p. 1-58.
  • 0843.1: Porphyrosela minuta Clarke, 1953 is now recognized within the North American fauna, Proc. Entom. Soc. Wash., 119(1): 18-23.
  • 0845.1: Phyllocnistis hyperpersea Davis & Wagner, 2011, n. sp., ZooKeys. 97: 45.
  • 0849.1: Phyllocnistis longipalpa Davis & Wagner, 2011, n. sp., ZooKeys. 97: 62.
  • 0851.1: Phyllocnistis meliacella Becker, 1974 is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 0852.1: Phyllocnistis longipalpa Davis & Wagner, 2011, n. sp., ZooKeys. 97: 62.
  • 0854.1: Phyllocnistis citrella Stainton, 1856 is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 0866:
  • 0868.1: Agonopterix costimacula Clarke, 1941 is reinstated as a full species, Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash. 107: 162 -175.
  • 0868.2: Agonopterix paulae Harrison, 2005, n. sp., Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash. 107: 162 -175.
  • 0898.2: Agonopterix conterminella (Zeller, 1839) is now recognized within the North American fauna, Zootaxa, 3749(1): 33.
  • 0899: Exaeretia canella (Busck, 1904) was formerly in the genus Depressariodes, Becker (1984).
  • 0900: Exaeretia umbraticostella (Walsingham, 1881) was formerly in the genus Depressariodes, Becker (1984).
  • 0901: Exaeretia sordidella (Clarke, 1941) was formerly in the genus Depressariodes, Becker (1984).
  • 0902: Exaeretia gracilis (Walsingham, 1889) was formerly in the genus Depressariodes, Becker (1984).
  • 0903: Exaeretia thoracenigraeella (Chambers, 1875) was formerly in the genus Depressariodes, Becker (1984).
  • 0904: Exaeretia thoracefasciella (Chambers, 1875) was formerly in the genus Depressariodes, Becker (1984).
  • 0905: Exaeretia nechlys (Hodges, 1974) was formerly in the genus Depressariodes, Becker (1984).
  • 0906: Exaeretia nivalis (Braun, 1921) was formerly in the genus Depressariodes, Becker (1984).
  • 0907: Exaeretia hildaella (Clarke, 1941) was formerly in the genus Depressariodes, Becker (1984).
  • 0908: Exaeretia ciniflonella (Lienig & Zeller, 1846) was formerly in the genus Depressariodes, Becker (1984).
  • 0909: Exaeretia scabella (Zeller, 1873) was formerly in the genus Depressariodes, Becker (1984).
  • 0910: Exaeretia fulva (Walsingham, 1882) was formerly in the genus Depressariodes, Becker (1984).
  • 0917:
  • 0922: Depressaria radiella (Goeze, 1783) is a replacement name for Depressaria pastinacella (Duponchel, 1838), Nota Lepidopterologica. 28(3): 177-192.
  • 0924.1: Introduced from Europe, Zootaxa, 3749(1): 34.
  • 0982: The type specimen came from St. Louis, MO in the first decade of the 20th Century, but apparently it hasn't been collected in the Midwest for a long time. The biology of a population on Plummers Island, MD was reported by Busck and Heinrich 1922, Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash. 24: 1-9. ~ TH
  • 0994.1: Ethmia abraxasella (Walker, 1864) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 0994.2: Ethmia submissa Busck, 1914 is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 0994.3: Ethmia subsimilis Walsingham, 1897 is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 0998.1: Ethmia powelli Heppner, 1988, n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc., v. 42, no. 4, p. 281-284.
  • 0999.1: Ethmia kutisi Heppner, 1991, n. sp., Trop. Lepid., v. 2, no. 1, p. 69-72.
  • 1007.1: Ethmia angustalatella Powell, 1973 is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 1010.1: Autosticha kyotensis (Matsumura, 1931) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 1024: Antaeotricha vestalis (Zeller, 1873) is a synonym of 1025.2 Antaeotricha albulella (Walker, 1864), Systematic Entomology 6: 137-141.
  • 1024.1: Antaeotricha floridella Hayden & Dickel, 2015, n. sp., ZooKeys. 533: 133-150.
  • 1025.1: Antaeotricha arizonensis Ferris, 2010, n. sp., Zookeys 57: 59-62. A new Antaeotricha species from Southeastern Arizona. [.pdf file]
  • 1025.2: Antaeotricha albulella (Walker, 1864) includes as a synonym Antaeotricha vestalis (Zeller, 1873), Systematic Entomology 6: 137-141.
  • 1025.3: Antaeotricha duckworthi Ferris, 2013, n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc. 67 (1): 42-48.
  • 1025.4: Antaeotricha baboquivariensis Ferris, 2013, n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc. 67 (1): 42-48.
  • 1028:
  • 1031.1: Chlamydastis habrolepis Blanchard & Knudson, 1986, n. sp., Proc. Entom. Soc. Wash., v. 88, no. 1, p. 185-188.
  • 1047.1: Promalactis suzukiella (Matsumura, 1931) is now recognized within the North American fauna (Central Atlantic).
  • 1056.1: Denisia yukonella Lvovsky, 2007, n. sp.
  • 1066: Martyringa ravicapitis Hodges, 1960, treated as a synonym of Martyringa xeraula in Lvovsky (2003) apparently without justification and seemingly dubious (J-F Landry, pers. comm., 4/13/2017), is restored as the valid species.
  • 1066.1: Scythropiodes issikii (Takahashi, 1930) is now recognized within the North American fauna. Several submissions at BugGuide from VA and GA going back to 2009 led to a determination by Terry Harrison based on genitalia of a 2014 specimen contributed by Marcia Morris.
  • 1069.1: Oecophora bractella (Linnaeus, 1758) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 1070: Needham published a paper on rearing S. elyella in Florida, with detailed notes on the biology. Citation: Needham, J. G. 1947. A moth that lives on fern spores (Lepidoptera: Heliodinidae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 49: 165-166.

    In point of fact, I have always had some questions as to whether or not the Florida moth really is the same species as our northern S. elyella (which was decribed from CT, and since has been collected in IL, those being the only two northern-USA localities of which I am aware). For example, Needham's rearing was from a fern that occurs only along the seacoast of the far-southeastern USA, which automatically means that the host plant of our northern populations must be a different fern (none of the northern S. elyella have been reared). At our present state of knowledge, then, the FL moth (as seen in Lyn Atherton's photos) would have to be called S. elyella. ~ Terry Harrison
  • 1070.1: Stathmopoda aenea (Braun, 1918) is now recognized within the North American fauna (Ohio, Illinois).
  • 1075: Dasystoma salicella (Hübner, 1796) is an introduced species from Europe. Formerly in Cheimophila, Nota Lepidopterologica. 25 (4): 215.
  • 1076.1: Coelopoeta phaceliae Kaila, 1995, n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc., v. 49, p. 171-178.
  • 1076.2: Coelopoeta maiadella Kaila, 1995, n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc., v. 49, p. 171-178.
  • 1077.1: Perittia herrichiella (Herrich-Schäffer, 1855) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 1077.2: Perittia passula Kaila, 1995, n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc., v. 49, p. 208-222.
  • 1077.3: Perittia serica (Kaila, 1995), n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc., v. 49, p. 208-222., was formerly in the genus Mendesia, Systematic Entomology. 24: 163.
  • 1077.4: Perittia metaxea (Kaila, 1995), n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc., v. 49, p. 208-222, was formerly in the genus Mendesia, Systematic Entomology. 24: 163.
  • 1077.5: Perittia clarkei Traugott-Olsen, 1995, n. sp., Shilap Rev. d+E566e Lepid. 23: 266.
  • 1080: Elachista dasycara Kaila, 1999 is a replacement name for 1080 Hemiprosopa albella (Chambers, 1877). Elachista dasycara and 0464 Philonome albella (Chambers, 1877) refer to the same species, Eurynome albella Chambers, 1877. 0464 is removed and 1080 is retained.
  • 1081.1: Elachista perniva Kaila, 1997, n. sp., Acta Zoologica Fennica, v. 206, p. 1-93.
  • 1084.1: Elachista ischnella Kaila, 1997, n. sp., Acta Zoologica Fennica, v. 206, p. 1-93.
  • 1084.2: Elachista nubila Kaila, 1997, n. sp., Acta Zoologica Fennica, v. 206, p. 1-93.
  • 1084.3: Elachista anagna Kaila, 1997, n. sp., Acta Zoologica Fennica, v. 206, p. 1-93.
  • 1084.4: Elachista triangulifera Kaila, 1997, n. sp., Acta Zoologica Fennica, v. 206, p. 1-93.
  • 1088: Elachista virgatula Kaila, 1997 is a replacement name for Elachista albella (Chambers, 1875).
  • 1088.1: Elachista inopina Kaila, 1997, n. sp., Acta Zoologica Fennica, v. 206, p. 1-93.
  • 1088.2: Elachista conidia Kaila, 1997, n. sp., Acta Zoologica Fennica, v. 206, p. 1-93.
  • 1088.3: Elachista lurida Kaila, 1997, n. sp., Acta Zoologica Fennica, v. 206, p. 1-93.
  • 1088.4: Elachista thelma Kaila, 1997, n. sp., Acta Zoologica Fennica, v. 206, p. 1-93.
  • 1088.5: Elachista louisella Kaila, 1997, n. sp., Acta Zoologica Fennica, v. 206, p. 1-93.
  • 1088.6: Elachista dagnirella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1088.7: Elachista aerinella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1089: Elachista adempta Braun, 1948 is a replacement name for Laverna albella Chambers, 1875. Elachista adempta and 1424 Mompha albella (Chambers, 1875) refer to the same species, Laverna albella Chambers, 1875. 1424 is removed and 1089 is retained.
  • 1089.1: Elachista scobifera Kaila, 1997, n. sp., Acta Zoologica Fennica, v. 206, p. 1-93.
  • 1089.2: Elachista apina Kaila, 1997, n. sp., Acta Zoologica Fennica, v. 206, p. 1-93.
  • 1089.3: Elachista achrantella Kaila, 1997, n. sp., Acta Zoologica Fennica, v. 206, p. 1-93.
  • 1090.1: Elachista adianta Kaila, 1997, n. sp., Acta Zoologica Fennica, v. 206, p. 1-93.
  • 1090.2: Elachista nucula Kaila, 1997, n. sp., Acta Zoologica Fennica, v. 206, p. 1-93.
  • 1091.1: Elachista aphyodes Kaila, 1997, n. sp., Acta Zoologica Fennica, v. 206, p. 1-93.
  • 1093: Elachista purissima Braun, 1948 is a synonym of 1081 Elachista epimicta.
  • 1094.1: Elachista sabulella Kaila, 1997, n. sp., Acta Zoologica Fennica, v. 206, p. 1-93.
  • 1094.2: Elachista granosa Kaila, 1997, n. sp., Acta Zoologica Fennica, v. 206, p. 1-93.
  • 1096: Kaila (1997, Acta Zoologica Fennica 206:92) removes this species from Elachistidae based upon distinctiveness of hindwing veins. The abdomen is lacking in the type specimen, thus the correct family assignment could not be determined.
  • 1097.1: Elachista argillacea Kaila, 1997, n. sp., Acta Zoologica Fennica, v. 206, p. 1-93.
  • 1098.1: Elachista subalbidella Schlager, 1847 is now recognized within the North American fauna. Includes as a synonym Elachista hiberna Braun, 1948 [1098].
  • 1099.1: Elachista lomionella Kaila, 1997, n. sp., Acta Zoologica Fennica, v. 206, p. 1-93.
  • 1099.2: Elachista dissona Kaila, 1997, n. sp., Acta Zoologica Fennica, v. 206, p. 1-93.
  • 1099.3: Elachista arena Kaila, 1997, n. sp., Acta Zoologica Fennica, v. 206, p. 1-93.
  • 1099.4: Elachista ossuaria Kaila, 1997, n. sp., Acta Zoologica Fennica, v. 206, p. 1-93.
  • 1099.5: Elachista aspila Kaila, 1997, n. sp., Acta Zoologica Fennica, v. 206, p. 1-93.
  • 1099.6: Elachista loriella Kaila, 1997, n. sp., Acta Zoologica Fennica, v. 206, p. 1-93.
  • 1100.1: Elachista olorinella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1101.1: Elachista kilmunella Stainton, 1849 is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 1102: Elachista oxytypa Braun 1948 is replaced by Elachista alpinella Stainton, 1854.
  • 1104: Elachista unifasciella Chanbers 1875 is a synonym of 1105 Elachista maculoscella.
  • 1106.1: Elachista zernyi Hartig, 1941 is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 1107.1: Elachista morwenella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1107.2: Elachista marachella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1107.3: Elachista telcharella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1107.4: Elachista finarfinella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1107.5: Elachista indisella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1107.6: Elachista gildorella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1107.7: Elachista tauronella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1109.1: Elachista haldarella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1111: Elachista nitidiuscula Braun 1948 is a synonym of 1105 Elachista maculoscella.
  • 1113.1: Elachista curufinella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1113.2: Elachista ragnorella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1113.3: Elachista gorlimella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1114.1: Elachista maglorella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1114.2: Elachista bregorella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1114.3: Elachista caranthirella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1114.4: Elachista turgonella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1115.1: Elachista arthadella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1115.2: Elachista telerella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1115.3: Elachista dolabella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1115.4: Elachista cicadella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1116.1: Elachista celegormella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1116.2: Elachista daeronella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1116.3: Elachista aredhella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1116.4: Elachista amrodella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1116.5: Elachista diorella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1118.1: Elachista ibunella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1118.2: Elachista aristoteliella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1118.3: Elachista eilinella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1118.4: Elachista guilinella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1118.5: Elachista turinella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1118.6: Elachista nienorella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1118.7: Elachista aranella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1118.8: Elachista miriella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1118.9: Elachista serindella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1123.1: Elachista glenni Kaila, 1996, n. sp., Ent. Scand., v. 27, p. 217-238.
  • 1123.2: Elachista diederichsiella Hering, 1898 is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 1124.1: Elachista calusella Kaila, 1996, n. sp., Ent. Scand., v. 27, p. 217-238.
  • 1126.1: Elachista absaroka Kaila, 1996, n. sp., Ent. Scand., v. 27, p. 217-238.
  • 1128.1: Elachista eleochariella Stainton, 1851 is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 1128.2: Elachista beothucella Kaila, 1996, n. sp., Ent. Scand., v. 27, p. 217-238.
  • 1128.3: Elachista cerasella Kaila, 1996, n. sp., Ent. Scand., v. 27, p. 217-238.
  • 1128.4: Elachista huron Kaila, 1996, n. sp., Ent. Scand., v. 27, p. 217-238.
  • 1128.5: Elachista serra Kaila, 1996, n. sp., Ent. Scand., v. 27, p. 217-238.
  • 1128.6: Elachista vinlandica Kaila, 1996, n. sp., Ent. Scand., v. 27, p. 217-238.
  • 1128.7: Elachista ciliigera Kaila, 1996, n. sp., Ent. Scand., v. 27, p. 217-238.
  • 1128.8: Elachista lenape Kaila, 1996, n. sp., Ent. Scand., v. 27, p. 217-238.
  • 1128.9: Elachista pelaena Kaila, 1996, n. sp., Ent. Scand., v. 27, p. 217-238.
  • 1129: Cosmiotes illectella Clemens, 1860 has been placed in Elachista by: Kaila, L. 1999. Phylogeny and Classification of the Elachistidae. Systematic Entomology 24: 139-169.
  • 1129.1: Elachista beorella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1130: Cosmiotes herbigrada (Braun, 1925) has been placed in Elachista by: Kaila, L. 1999. Phylogeny and Classification of the Elachistidae. Systematic Entomology 24: 139-169.
  • 1130.1: Elachista neithanella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1130.2: Elachista tuorella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1130.3: Elachista galadella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1130.4: Elachista rianella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1130.5: Elachista pyrrha Kaila, 1996, n. sp., Ent. Scand., v. 27, p. 217-238.
  • 1131: Cosmiotes scopulicola (Braun, 1948) is a synonym of 1132.8 Elachista freyerella (Hübner, [1825]), Systematic Entomology, 24: 139-169.
  • 1132.1: Elachista saccharella (Busck, 1934) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 1132.2: Elachista dulcinella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1132.3: Elachista suavella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1132.4: Elachista helodella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1132.5: Elachista angularis (Braun, 1918) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 1132.6: Elachista uniolae Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1132.7: Elachista hedionella Kaila, 1999, n. sp., Acta Zool. Fennica, v. 211, p. 1-235.
  • 1132.8: Includes as a synonym Elachista scopulicola (Braun, 1948) [1131], Systematic Entomology, 24: 139-169.
  • 1134: Oegoconia novimundi (Busck, 1915) raised from synonymy with Oegoconia quadripuncta (Haworth, 1828), a European species not found in North America, to full species status, Zootaxa, 3749(1): 1-93.
  • 1134.01: Oegoconia deauratella (Herrich-Schäffer, 1855) is now recognized within the North American fauna. Introduced from Europe, Zootaxa. 3749(1): 25
  • 1134.1: SangMi Lee & Richard L. Brown, 2010. Review of Symmocinae in North America with the Description of a New Genus and Species. J. Lepid. Soc 64(4): 177-187.
  • 1136.1: Glyphidocera juniperella Adamski, 1987, n. sp., Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash., v. 89, p. 329-343.
  • 1138.1: Glyphidocera hurlberti Adamski, 2000, n. sp., Fabreries 25: 70.
  • 1142.1: Glyphidocera wrightorum Adamski & Metzler, 2000, n. sp., Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash., v. 102, p. 301-307.
  • 1145: Hypatopa coenomorpha Meyrick, 1931 is a synonym of 1151.10 Hypatopa simplicella.
  • 1146: Hypatopa distictella Dietz, 1910 is a synonym of 1151.10 Hypatopa simplicella.
  • 1147: Blastobasis eriobotryae Busck, 1915 is a synonym of 1178 Holcocera crassicornella.
  • 1150: Blastobasis maritimella McDunnough, 1961 is a synonym of 1167 Blastobasis pulchella.
  • 1150.1: Blastobasis ochrobathra Meyrick, 1921 is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 1151.1: Hypatopa simplicella Dietz, 1910 is elevated from subsp. of 1151 Hypatopa [=Blastobasis] plummerella.
  • 1153: Blastobasis segnella Zeller, 1873 is removed from the list by Adamski & Hodges (1996), Proc. Entom. Soc. Wash., 98(4): 708.
  • 1155: Hypatopa differtellus McDunnough, 1961 is a synonym of 1151.10 Hypatopa simplicella.
  • 1157: Zenodochium citricolella (Chambers, 1880) is a synonym of 1647 Calosima albapenella.
  • 1161: Valentinia fractilinea (Zeller, 1873) is a synonym of 1166 Blastobasis retectella.
  • 1162.1: Introduced from Europe, Zootaxa, 3749(1): 26.
  • 1162.2: Blastobasis tarda Meyrick, 1902 is an introduced species from Australia, Zootaxa, 3749(1): 33.
  • 1169: Calosima dianella Dietz, 1910 includes as a synonym 1169.2 Calosima lepidophaga (Clarke 1960), Proc. Entom. Soc. Wash., 98(4): 717.
  • 1169.1: Calosima lucidella Adamski, 1989, n. sp., Miss. Agr. For. Exp. Sta. Tech. Bull. 165: 18.
  • 1169.19:
  • 1169.2: Calosima lepidophaga is removed. This duplicates 1194 Calosima lepidophaga in the 1984 Hodges Checklist.
  • 1172: Holcocera augusti Heinrich, 1920 is a synonym of 1206.10 Holcocera villella.
  • 1173.1: Hypatopa annulipes (Dietz, 1910) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 1176: Holcocera clemensella Chambers, 1874 is a synonym of 1208 Hypatopa punctiferella.
  • 1178.1: Holcocera fergusoni Adamski, 2004, n. sp., Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash. 103(3): 649-653.
  • 1180: Holcocera dives Dietz, 1910 is a synonym of 1171 Asaphocrita [=Holcocera] aphidiella.
  • 1182.1: Asaphocrita fuscopurpurella (Dietz, 1910) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 1186: Holcocera gilbociliella Clemens 1863 is a synonym of 1175 Holcocera chalcofrontella.
  • 1189: Holcocera inclusa Dietz, 1910 is a synonym of 1152 Hypatopa sagitella.
  • 1194: Calosima lepidophaga Clarke 1960 is a synonym of 1169 Calosima dianella, Proc. Entom. Soc. Wash., 98(4): 717.
  • 1195: Holococera livorella (Zeller, 1873) is a synonym of 1175 Holcocera chalcofrontella.
  • 1196: Holococera maligemmella Murtfeldt, 1898 is a synonym of 1175 Holcocera chalcofrontella.
  • 1199: Holococera modestella Clemens 1863 is a synonym of 1162 Blastobasis [=Valentinia] glandulella.
  • 1201: Holcocera nana Dietz, 1910 is a synonym of 1647 Calosima albapenella.
  • 1204: Holococera ochrecephala Dietz, 1910 is a synonym of 1175 Holcocera chalcofrontella.
  • 1206.1: Holcocera villella (Busck, 1900) was overlooked in Hodges 1983.
  • 1209: Holococera purpurocomella Clemens, 1863 is a synonym of 1175 Holcocera chalcofrontella.
  • 1210: Holococera pusilla Dietz, 1910 is a synonym of 1183 Hypatopa [=Holococera] fluxella.
  • 1211: Holococera rufopunctella Dietz, 1910 is a synonym of 1191 Hypatopa [=Holococera] insulatella.
  • 1215: Holcocera stygna (Walsingham, 1907) is a synonym of 1212 Asaphocrita [=Holcocera] sciaphilella.
  • 1216: Holcocera tartarella Dietz, 1910 is a synonym of 1208 Hypatopa punctiferella.
  • 1219: Holococera zelleriella Dietz, 1910 is a synonym of 1183 Hypatopa [=Holococera] fluxella.
  • 1220: Holcocerina confluentella(Dietz, 1910) is a synonym of 1171 Asaphocrita [=Holcocera] aphidiella.
  • 1222: Holcocerina simplicis McDunnough, 1961 is a synonym of 1171 Asaphocrita [=Holcocera] aphidiella.
  • 1223: Holcocerina simuloides McDunnough, 1961 is a synonym of 1182 Asaphocrita [=Holococera] estriatella.
  • 1226: Ploiophora ampla Dietz, 1900 is a synonym of 1232 Pigritia laticapitella.
  • 1228: Pigritia angustipennella Dietz, 1900 is a synonym of 1232 Pigritia laticapitella.
  • 1230: Pigritia basilarella Dietz, 1900 is a synonym of 1232 Pigritia laticapitella.
  • 1231: Pigritia confusella Dietz, 1900 is a synonym of 1232 Pigritia laticapitella.
  • 1233: Pigritia mediofasciella Dietz, 1900 is a synonym of 1232 Pigritia laticapitella.
  • 1234: Pigritia obscurella Dietz, 1900 is a synonym of 1232 Pigritia laticapitella.
  • 1235: Pigritia ornatella Dietz, 1900 is a synonym of 1232 Pigritia laticapitella.
  • 1236: Pigritia purpurella Dietz, 1900 is a synonym of 1232 Pigritia laticapitella.
  • 1238: Pigritia tristella Dietz, 1900 is a synonym of 1232 Pigritia laticapitella.
  • 1239.1: Mastema occidentalis Adamski, 1989, n. sp., Miss. Agr. For. Exp. Sta. Tech. Bull. 165: 22.
  • 1239.2: Pterolonche inspersa (Staudinger, 1859) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 1240: Dryoperia canariella (Dietz, 1900) is a synonym of 1246 Pigritia murtfeldtella.
  • 1241: Dryoperia discopunctella (Dietz, 1900) is a synonym of 1246 Pigritia murtfeldtella.
  • 1242: Dryoperia fenyesella (Dietz, 1900) is a synonym of 1246 Pigritia murtfeldtella.
  • 1243: Dryoperia fuscosuffusella (Dietz, 1900) is a synonym of 1246 Pigritia murtfeldtella.
  • 1244: Dryoperia grisella (Dietz, 1900) is a synonym of 1246 Pigritia murtfeldtella.
  • 1245: Dryoperia minnicella (Dietz, 1900) is a synonym of 1246 Pigritia murtfeldtella.
  • 1247: Dryoperia occidentella (Dietz, 1900) is a synonym of 1232 Pigritia laticapitella.
  • 1248: Dryoperia ochreella (Clemens, 1863) is a synonym of 1232 Pigritia laticapitella.
  • 1249: Dryoperia tenebrella (Dietz, 1900) is a synonym of 1246 Pigritia murtfeldtella.
  • 1250: Pseudopigritia argyreella Dietz, 1900 is a synonym of 1232 Pigritia laticapitella.
  • 1251: Pseudopigritia dorsomaculella Dietz, 1900 is a synonym of 1232 Pigritia laticapitella.
  • 1252: Pseudopigritia equitella Dietz, 1900 is a synonym of 1232 Pigritia laticapitella.
  • 1253: Pseudopigritia fraternella Dietz, 1900 is a synonym of 1232 Pigritia laticapitella.
  • 1254: Coleophora multipulvella Chambers, 1878 includes as a synonym Coleophora malivorella Riley, 1879, World Catalog of Insects. 8: 1-215.
  • 1284.1: Coleophora glitzella Hoffman, 1869 is now recognized within the North American fauna, Zootaxa, 3749(1): 39; Zootaxa, 2231: 35.
  • 1289.1: Coleophora colutella (Fabricius, 1794) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 1301: Coleophora ulmifoliella McDunnough, 1946 is a junior synonym of 1301.1 Coleophora limosipennella by Baldizzone et al. (2006) following suggested synonymy by Landry (1998).
  • 1301.1: Coleophora limosipennella (Duponchel, 1843) is treated as a senior synonym of 1301 Coleophora ulmifoliella by Baldizzone et al. (2006) following suggested synonymy by Landry (1998).
  • 1301.2: Coleophora badiipennella (Duponchel, 1843) is now recognized within the North American fauna, Fabreries. 23(2): 54.
  • 1307: Coleophora cerasivorella Packard, 1870 is a synonym of 1398.9 Coleophora spinella (Schrank, 1802).
  • 1307.1: Coleophora bipunctella Walsingham, 1882 was overlooked in Hodges 1983.
  • 1336: Coleophora texanella Chambers, 1878 includes as a synonym 1364 Coleophora vagans Walsingham, 1907, Zootaxa, 3749(1): 36.
  • 1359: Coleophora atriplicis Meyrick, 1928 replaces Coleophora cervinella McDunnough, 1946, Zootaxa, 3749(1): 34.
  • 1364: Coleophora vagans Walsingham, 1907 is a synonym of 1336 Coleophora texanella Chambers, 1878, Zootaxa, 3749(1): 36.
  • 1365.1: Coleophora tamesis Waters, 1929 is elevated from synonymy of 1365 Coleophora cratipennella.
  • 1375: Coleophora caespititiella Zeller, 1839 is removed. Historical reports of this European species in North America are likely incorrect, Handfield (2002) Fabreries. 27: 1-46.
  • 1387: Coleophora mayrella (Hübner, [1813]) includes as synonyms 1391 C. aeneusella and 1392 C. aenusella, the latter being a misspelling of the former, World Catalog of Insects. 8: 1-215.
  • 1391: Coleophora aeneusella Chambers, 1874 is a synonym of 1387 Coleophora mayrella, World Catalog of Insects. 8: 1-215.
  • 1392: Coleophora aenusella Chambers, 1878 is a misspelling of 1391 C. aeneusella, a synonym of 1387 Coleophora mayrella, World Catalog of Insects. 8: 1-215.
  • 1393: Coleophora albacostella Chambers, 1875 is a duplicate of 1646 Scythris albacostella (Chambers, 1875) in the 1983 checklist. This is now treated as a synonym of 1672 Neoscythris planipenella [=Scythris] (Chambers, 1875), Mem. Ent. Soc. Canada 160: 163.
  • 1394: Formerly in the genus Coleophora, World Catalog of Insects. 8: 1-215.
  • 1395: Coleophora fuscostrigella Chambers, 1878 is a synonym of 1672 Neoscythris planipenella [=Scythris] (Chambers, 1875), Mem. Ent. Soc. Canada 160: 163.
  • 1396.1: Coleophora xyridella, Landry 2005, n. sp., Holarctic Lepidoptera, v. 10 (1-2): 9-15.
  • 1396.2: Coleophora granulatella Zeller, 1849 is now recognized within the North American fauna, Zootaxa, 3749(1): 36.
  • 1396.3: Coleophora vitisella Gregson, 1856 is now recognized within the North American fauna, Zootaxa, 3749(1): 38.
  • 1397: Scythris inornatella (Chambers, 1880) was formerly in the genus Coleophora, Mem. Ent. Soc. Canada 160: 175.
  • 1398: Formerly in the genus Coleophora, World Catalog of Insects. 8: 1-215.
  • 1398.1: Coleophora arizoniella (Kearfott, 1907) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 1398.2: Coleophora deauratella Lienig & Zeller, 1846 is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 1398.3: Coleophora ladonia Landry & Wright, 1993, n. sp., Can. Ent., v. 125, p. 549-618.
  • 1398.4: Coleophora ramitella Landry & Wright, 1993, n. sp., Can. Ent., v. 125, p. 549-618.
  • 1398.5: Coleophora timarella Landry & Wright, 1993, n. sp., Can. Ent., v. 125, p. 549-618.
  • 1398.6: Coleophora alabama Landry, 1994, n. sp., Can. Ent., v. 126, p. 1185-1191.
  • 1398.7: Coleophora klimeschiella Toll, 1952 is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 1398.8: Coleophora parthenica Meyrick, 1891 is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 1398.9: Coleophora spinella (Schrank, 1802) was added to the list subsequent t recognized within the North American fauna and includes as a synonym 1307 Coleophora cerasivorella Packard, 1870.
  • 1407.1: Batrachedra comosae Hodges, 1966, previously included based on a record attributed to Jim Vargo, is removed. Jim Vargo (pers. comm. 5/17/2017) does not have a record for this species.
  • 1408:
  • 1416.1: Batrachedra pinicolella (Zeller, 1839) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 1423.1: Mompha achlyognoma Koster & Harrison, 1997, n. sp., Holarctic Lepidoptera, v. 4, p. 19-23.
  • 1424: Mompha albella (Chambers, 1875) and 1089 Elachista adempta Braun, 1948 refer to the same species, Laverna albella Chambers, 1875. 1424 is removed and 1089 is retained.
  • 1435.1: Mompha cleidarotrypa Koster & Harrison, 1997, n. sp., Holarctic Lepidoptera, v. 4, p. 19-23.
  • 1443.1: Mompha epilobiella (Denis & Schiffermüller, 1776) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 1444: Mompha ignotilisella (Chambers, 1875) replaces the spelling ignotilisella, an unjustified emendation.
  • 1444.1: Mompha locupletella ([Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775) is now recognized within the North American fauna, Proc. Entom. Soc. Wash., 118(4): 510-518.
  • 1446.1: Mompha franclemonti Hodges, 1992, n. sp., Jour. N.Y. Entom. Soc., v. 100, no. 2, p. 203-208.
  • 1446.2: Mompha powelli Hodges, 1992, n. sp., Jour. N.Y. Entom. Soc., v. 100, no. 2, p. 203-208.
  • 1448.1: Mompha sturnipennella (Treitschke, 1833) includes as a synonym 1448.1 Mompha nodicolella Fuchs, 1902, a species previously listed as having been added to the North American fauna. Microlepidoptera of Europe, 5: 1-387.
  • 1448.2: Mompha subbistrigella (Haworth, 1828) is an introduced species from Eurasia, discovered in NA by Pohl et al. (in prep.), in their work on the Lepidoptera of Canada and AK.
  • 1454.1: Mompha nancyae Clarke, 1990, n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc., v. 44, no. 4, p. 252-256.
  • 1454.2: Mompha solomoni Wagner, Adamski & Brown, 2004, n. sp., Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash., 106: 2.
  • 1457: Mompha idaei (Zeller, 1839) is a replacement name for Mompha tricristatella (Chambers 1875).
  • 1457.1: Mompha raschkiella (Zeller, 1839) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 1461: Blastodacna curvilineella (Chambers, 1872) is removed. This species was listed twice in Hodges 1983. 1401 Batrachedra curvilineella (Chambers, 1872) is retained.
  • 1461.1: Blastodacna atra Haworth, 1828 is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 1461.2: Blastodacna hellerella (Duponchel, 1838) is removed. No confirmed records of this European species in North America.
  • 1462.1: Chrysoclista grandis Koster, 2002, n. sp., Tijdschrift voor Entomologie, 145: 107.
  • 1463.1: Chrysoclista lathamella Fletcher, 1936 is tentatively recognized within the North American fauna. BOLD record of specimen collected from Alberta CA was reported by Sumpich & Huemer (2016), Acta Entomologica Musei Nationalis Pragae, 56(2):845-854
  • 1473: Includes as a synonym Cosmopterix bendidia Hodges, 1962 [1473].
  • 1481: Includes as a synonym Cosmopterix dicacula Hodges 1962 [1481].
  • 1487: Includes as a synonym Cosmopterix abdita Hodges 1962 [1487].
  • 1488: Includes as a synonym Cosmopterix gracilens Hodges 1962 [1478].
  • 1499: Pebops ipomoeae (Busck, 1900) corrects the spelling of Pebops.
  • 1511.1: Eteobalea intermediella Riedl, 1966 is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 1511.2: Eteobalea serratella (Treitschke, 1833) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 1528.98: Several specimens of both sexes collected by Jim Vargo at Palmview, Hidalgo County, TX.
  • 1559.1: Anoncia texanella (Chambers, 1878) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 1646: Scythris albacostella (Chambers, 1875) is a duplicate of 1393 Coleophora albacostella Chambers, 1875 in the 1983 checklist. This is now treated as a synonym of 1672 Neoscythris planipenella [=Scythris] (Chambers, 1875), Mem. Ent. Soc. Canada 160: 163.
  • 1651: Scythris inspersella (Hübner, 1817) replaces Gelechia aterrimella (Walker, 1864).
  • 1651.1: Scythris sinensis (Felder & Rogenhofer, 1875) is a recently introduces species, Zootaxa, 3749(1): 38.
  • 1652.1: Scythris brevistrigella (Chambers, 1875) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 1654.1: Neoscythris euthia (Walsingham, 1914) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 1656: Scythris epilobiella McDunnough, 1942 is a synonym of 1651 Scythris inspersella.
  • 1657.1: Arotrura powelli Landry, 1991, n. sp., Mem. Ent. Soc. Canada, v. 160, p. 1-341.
  • 1657.2: Arotrura atascosa Landry, 1991, n. sp., Mem. Ent. Soc. Canada, v. 160, p. 1-341.
  • 1657.3: Arotrura divaricata (Braun, 1923) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 1657.4: Arotrura landryorum Metzler, 2016, n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc., v. 70, no. 3, p. 194-200.
  • 1661: Scythris hemidictyas Meyrick, 1928 is a synonym of 1672 Neoscythris planipenella [=Scythris] (Chambers, 1875), Mem. Ent. Soc. Canada 160: 163.
  • 1662.1: Asymmetrura matutella (Clemens, 1860) is elevated from synonymy of 1662 Asymmetrura [=Scythis] impositella.
  • 1667.1: Arotrura formidabilis Landry, 1991, n. sp., Mem. Ent. Soc. Canada, v. 160, p. 1-341.
  • 1667.2: Arotrura longissima Landry, 1991, n. sp., Mem. Ent. Soc. Canada, v. 160, p. 1-341.
  • 1672: Neoscythris planipenella (Chambers, 1875), justified emendation, formerly in the genus Scythris, corrects the spelling of plausipennella in the 1983 Hodges Checklist and includes as synonyms 1661 Scythris hemidictyas Meyrick, 1928, 1395 Coleophora fuscostrigella Chambers, 1878, 1393 Coleophora albacostella Chambers, 1875, and 1646 Scythris albacostella (Chambers, 1875), a duplicate of 1393 C. albacostella in the 1983 Hodges Checklist, Mem. Ent. Soc. Canada, 160: 163.
  • 1676.1: Arotrura balli Landry, 1991, n. sp., Mem. Ent. Soc. Canada, v. 160, p. 1-341.
  • 1676.2: Arotrura hymenata Landry, 1991, n. sp., Mem. Ent. Soc. Canada, v. 160, p. 1-341.
  • 1680.1: Areniscythris whitesands Metzler & Lightfoot, 2014, n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc. 68(3): 185-190.
  • 1732: Aristotelia calens Meyrick, 1923 corrects the spelling of callens in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 1733: Spelled callirhoda in 1983.
  • 1733.1: Aristotelia corallina Walsingham, 1909 is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 1739.1: Aristotelia howardi Walsingham, 1909 is now recognized within the North American fauna, Zootaxa, 2231: 1-39.
  • 1740: Aristotelia intermediella (Chambers, 1878) is a synonym of 1756 Aristotelia pudibundella (Zeller, 1873), Zootaxa, 2231: 6.
  • 1742: Aristotelia isopelta Meyrick, 1929 includes as a synonym 1749 Aristotelia nigrobasiella Clarke, 1932, Zootaxa. 2231: 5.
  • 1749: Aristotelia nigrobasiella Clarke, 1932 is a synonym of 1742 Aristotelia isopelta Meyrick, 1929, Zootaxa. 2231: 5.
  • 1751: This number was unused in the Hodges 1983 Checklist but includes the note to see 1957.
  • 1752: Formerly in the genus Aristotelia, Zootaxa, 2231: 26.
  • 1756: Aristotelia pudibundella (Zeller, 1873) includes as a synonym 1740 Aristotelia intermediella (Chambers, 1878), Zootaxa, 2231: 6.
  • 1757: Formerly placed in the genus Aristotelia, Zootaxa. 2231, 4.
  • 1760: Formerly in the genus Aristotelia, Zootaxa, 2231: 4.
  • 1780: Formerly placed in the genus Recurvaria, Zootaxa. 1818: 55.
  • 1799: Previously listed as Coleotechnites chilcotti.
  • 1802:
  • 1806.1: Coleotechnites edulicola Hodges & Stevens, 1978, n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc., v. 32, no. 2, p. 118-122.
  • 1827.1: Coleotechnites ponderosae Hodges & Stevens, 1978, n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc., v. 32, no. 2, p. 118-122.
  • 1836: Genus is undetermined, provisionally placed in the genus Exoteleia, Proc. Entom. Soc. Wash., 112: 183-206.
  • 1838: Genus is undetermined, provisionally placed in the genus Exoteleia, Proc. Entom. Soc. Wash., 112: 183-206.
  • 1840.1: Exoteleia anomala Hodges, 1985, n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc., v. 39, no. 2, p. 139-144.
  • 1857: Previously placed in the genus Telphusa.
  • 1858.1: Telphusa nigrimaculata (Braun, 1923), Proc. Calif. Acad. Sci. ser. 4: vol. 12(10): 118.
  • 1858.2: Telphusa perspicua (Walsingham, 1897) is now recognized within the North American fauna, Zootaxa, 2231: 1-39.
  • 1864.1: Gnorimoschema herbichi (Nowicki, 1864) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 1869: Carpatolechia belangerella (Chambers, 1875) includes as a synonym Carpatolechia proximella of authors (not Hübner, 1796), Entomological Society of British Columbia Occasional Paper No. 3: 179.
  • 1869.1: Carpatolechia notatella (Hübner, [1813]) is now recognized within the North American fauna, Zootaxa, 2231: 1-39.
  • 1869.5: Altenia perspersella (Wocke, 1862) is now recognized within the North American fauna, Zootaxa, 3749(1): 39; Zootaxa, 2231: 39.
  • 1874.1: Arcutelphusa talladega Lee & Brown, 2008, n. sp., Zootaxa 1818: 1-55 (AL, MS).
  • 1875: Xenolechia aethiops (Humphreys & Westwood, 1845) includes as a synonym Xenolechia quinquecristatella (Chambers, 1878), Zootaxa, 2231: 10.
  • 1876: Xenolechia quinquecristatella (Chambers, 1878) is a synonym of Xenolechia aethiops (Humphreys & Westwood, 1845), Zootaxa, 2231: 10.
  • 1879.1: Xenolechia ceanothiae Priest, 2014, n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc. 68(2): 101-123.
  • 1880.1: Stenolechia bathrodyas Meyrick, 1935 is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 1881.1: Carpatolechia proximella of authors (not Hübner, 1796) is a synonym of 1869 Carpatolechia belangerella (Chambers, 1875), Entomological Society of British Columbia Occasional Paper No. 3: 179. Carpatolechia proximella (Hübner, 1796) is extralimital to North America.
  • 1922.1: Bryotropha plantariella (Tengström, 1848) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 1922.2: Bryotropha galbanella (Zeller, 1839) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 1922.3: Bryotropha gemella Rutten & Karsholt, 2004, n. sp., Zootaxa, v. 740, p. 1-42.
  • 1923: Bryotropha similis (Stainton, 1854) replaces Bryotropha clandestina (Meyrick, 1923).
  • 1923.1: Bryotropha hodgesi Rutten & Karsholt, 2004, n. sp., Zootaxa, v. 740, p. 1-42.
  • 1923.2: Bryotropha altitudophila Rutten & Karsholt, 2004, n. sp., Zootaxa, v. 740, p. 1-42.
  • 1923.3: Bryotropha boreella (Douglas, 1851) is now recognized within the North American fauna, discovered in NA by Pohl et al. (in prep.), in their work on the Lepidoptera of Canada and AK.
  • 1924: Bryotropha pullifimbriella (Clemens, 1863) is a synonym of 1923 Bryotropha similis.
  • 1925: Bryotropha tahavusella (Forbes, 1922) is a synonym of 1923 Bryotropha similis.
  • 1928.1: Ornativalva erubescens (Walsingham,1904) is now recognized within the North American fauna, now widely distributed in Southwestern United States, Jour. Lepid. Soc., 71(3): 141- 145.
  • 1935: Chionodes brumella (Clemens, 1864) is a synonym of 2069 Chionodes continuella (Zeller, 1839), Zootaxa. 2231: 16.
  • 1944: Gelechia griseaella (Chambers, 1872) corrects the spelling of grisaeella in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 1945: Gelechia grisseochrella Chambers, 1875 corrects the spelling of griseochrella in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 1945.1: Gelechia intermedia Braun, 1923, Proc. Calif. Acad. Sci. ser. 4: vol. 12(10): 120.
  • 1953: Gelechia obscurosuffusella (Chambers, 1878), erroneously added to the Hodges 1983 Checklist, is the same species as 2160 Filatima obscurosuffusella (Chambers, 1878).
  • 1959: Gelechia parvipulella Chambers, 1874 is a synonym of 2265 Helcystogramma [=Brachmia] chambersella.
  • 1960:
  • 1968.1: Gnorimoschema alaskense Povolný, 1967, described as a subspecies of Gnorimoschema valesiella (Staudinger, 1877), has now been elevated to full species status in Huemer & Karsholt (2010), Nazari, V. & J-F. Landry, 2012: 23-24.
  • 1969.1: Gnorimoschema albestre Povolny, 2003, n. sp., Shilap Rev. De Lepid., v. 31, no. 124, p. 285-315.
  • 1971.1: Gnorimoschema anomale Povolny, 2003, n. sp., Shilap Rev. De Lepid., v. 31, no. 124, p. 285-315.
  • 1971.2: Gnorimoschema assimile Povolny, 2003, n. sp., Shilap Rev. De Lepid., v. 31, no. 124, p. 285-315.
  • 1971.3: Gnorimoschema aterrimum Povolny & Powell, 2001, n. sp., Holarctic Lepidoptera, v. 8, no. Suppl.1, p. 1-53.
  • 1971.4: Gnorimoschema bacchariselloides Povolný & Powell, 2001, n. sp., corrects previous spelling of baccariselloides at MPG.
  • 1974.1: Gnorimoschema brachiatum Povolny, 1998, n. sp., Stapfia, v. 55, p. 327-347.
  • 1974.2: Gnorimoschema brackenridgiella (Busck, 1903) is reinstated as valid species, Jour. Lepid. Soc. 67(4): 301-304.
  • 1975.1: Gnorimoschema clavatum Povolny, 1998, n. sp., Stapfia, v. 55, p. 327-347.
  • 1979.1: Gnorimoschema crypticum Povolny & Powell, 2001, n. sp., Holarctic Lepidoptera, v. 8, no. Suppl.1, p. 1-53.
  • 1979.2: Gnorimoschema curiosum Povolny, 2003, n. sp., Shilap Rev. De Lepid., v. 31, no. 124, p. 285-315.
  • 1979.3: Gnorimoschema debenedictisi Povolný & Powell, 2001, n. sp., Holarctic Lepidoptera, v. 8, no. Suppl.1, p. 1-53. This species was previously misspelled as debenedicti.
  • 1980.1: Gnorimoschema elatior Povolny, 2003, n. sp., Shilap Rev. De Lepid., v. 31, no. 124, p. 285-315.
  • 1982.1: Gnorimoschema ericoidesi Povolny & Powell, 2001, n. sp., Holarctic Lepidoptera, v. 8, no. Suppl.1, p. 1-53.
  • 1983.1: Gnorimoschema ferrugineum Povolny, 2003, n. sp., Shilap Rev. De Lepid., v. 31, no. 124, p. 285-315.
  • 1984.1: Gnorimoschema foliatum Povolny, 2003, n. sp., Shilap Rev. De Lepid., v. 31, no. 124, p. 285-315.
  • 1986.1: Gnorimoschema gallaespeciosum Miller, 2000, n. sp., Ent. Soc. America, Thomas Say Publ. Entomology.
  • 1986.2: Gnorimoschema geminum Povolny, 2003, n. sp., Shilap Rev. De Lepid., v. 31, no. 124, p. 285-315.
  • 1986.3: Gnorimoschema generale Povolny, 2003, n. sp., Shilap Rev. De Lepid., v. 31, no. 124, p. 285-315.
  • 1987.1: Gnorimoschema gracile Povolny, 2003, n. sp., Shilap Rev. De Lepid., v. 31, no. 124, p. 285-315.
  • 1987.2: Gnorimoschema grindeliae Povolny & Powell, 2001, n. sp., Holarctic Lepidoptera, v. 8, no. Suppl.1, p. 1-53.
  • 1989.1: Gnorimoschema intermedium Povolny, 2003, n. sp., Shilap Rev. De Lepid., v. 31, no. 124, p. 285-315.
  • 1989.2: Gnorimoschema interrogationum Povolny, 2003, n. sp., Shilap Rev. De Lepid., v. 31, no. 124, p. 285-315.
  • 1989.3: Gnorimoschema jocelynae Miller, 2000, n. sp., Ent. Soc. America, Thomas Say Publ. Entomology.
  • 1989.4: Gnorimoschema lateritium Povolny, 2003, n. sp., Shilap Rev. De Lepid., v. 31, no. 124, p. 285-315.
  • 1989.5: Gnorimoschema ligulatum Povolny, 1998, n. sp., Stapfia, v. 55, p. 327-347.
  • 1989.6: Gnorimoschema jalavai Povolný, 1994 is now recognized within the North American fauna, Zootaxa, 3749(1): 39; Zootaxa, 2231: 39.
  • 1990: Gnorimoschema klotsi Povolný, 1967 was formerly in the genus Neoschema, Zootaxa, 2231: 24.
  • 1990.1: Neoschema powelli Povolny, 1998 is removed. This duplicates 1996.5.
  • 1991.1: Gnorimoschema lobatum Povolny, 1998, n. sp., Stapfia, v. 55, p. 327-347.
  • 1993.1: Gnorimoschema nanulum Povolny, 1998, n. sp., Stapfia, v. 55, p. 327-347.
  • 1994.1: Gnorimoschema navajorum Povolny, 2003, n. sp., Shilap Rev. De Lepid., v. 31, no. 124, p. 285-315, corrects previous spelling of novajorum at MPG.
  • 1994.2: Gnorimoschema obscurior Povolny, 1998, n. sp., Stapfia, v. 55, p. 327-347.
  • 1995.1: Gnorimoschema ovinum Povolny, 2003, n. sp., Shilap Rev. De Lepid., v. 31, no. 124, p. 285-315.
  • 1995.2: Gnorimoschema paternale Povolny, 2003, n. sp., Shilap Rev. De Lepid., v. 31, no. 124, p. 285-315.
  • 1996.1: Gnorimoschema penetrans Povolny, 2003, n. sp., Shilap Rev. De Lepid., v. 31, no. 124, p. 285-315.
  • 1996.2: Gnorimoschema perditum Povolny, 2003, n. sp., Shilap Rev. De Lepid., v. 31, no. 124, p. 285-315.
  • 1996.3: Gnorimoschema petiolatum Povolny, 1998, n. sp., Stapfia, v. 55, p. 327-347.
  • 1996.4: Gnorimoschema pocketosum Povolny, 2003, n. sp., Shilap Rev. De Lepid., v. 31, no. 124, p. 285-315.
  • 1996.5: Gnorimoschema powelli Povolny, 1998, n. sp., Stapfia, v. 55, p. 327-347, was formerly in the genus Neoschema, Zootaxa, 2231: 24.
  • 1996.6: Gnorimoschema reichli Povolny, 1998, n. sp., Stapfia, v. 55, p. 327-347.
  • 1996.7: Gnorimoschema rotundatum Povolny, 1998, n. sp., Stapfia, v. 55, p. 327-347.
  • 1998.1: Gnorimoschema segregatum Povolny, 1998, n. sp., Stapfia, v. 55, p. 327-347.
  • 1999.1: Eurysaccoides alternatus Povolny, 1998, n. sp., Stapfia, v. 55, p. 327-347.
  • 2001.1: Gnorimoschema signatum Povolny, 2003, n. sp., Shilap Rev. De Lepid., v. 31, no. 124, p. 285-315.
  • 2001.2: Gnorimoschema siskiouense Povolny, 1985, n. sp., Acta Univ. Agric. Fac. Agron., v. 33, no. 2, p. 111-114.
  • 2001.3: Gnorimoschema slabaughi Miller, 2000, n. sp., Ent. Soc. America, Thomas Say Publ. Entomology.
  • 2001.4: Gnorimoschema spinosum Povolny, 1998, n. sp., Stapfia, v. 55, p. 327-347.
  • 2001.5: Gnorimoschema huffmanellum Metzler & Adamski, 2002, n. sp., Fabreres, v. 27, no. 1, p. 59-68.
  • 2001.6: Gnorimoschema shepherdiae Priest, 2014, n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc. 68(2): 101-123.
  • 2003.1: Gnorimoschema stigmaticum Povolny & Powell, 2001, n. sp., Holarctic Lepidoptera, v. 8, no. Suppl.1, p. 1-53.
  • 2004.1: Gnorimoschema tediosum Povolny, 2003, n. sp., Shilap Rev. De Lepid., v. 31, no. 124, p. 285-315.
  • 2004.2: Gnorimoschema tenerum Povolny & Powell, 2001, n. sp., Holarctic Lepidoptera, v. 8, no. Suppl.1, p. 1-53.
  • 2005.1: Gnorimoschema triforceps Povolny, 2003, n. sp., Shilap Rev. De Lepid., v. 31, no. 124, p. 285-315.
  • 2005.2: Gnorimoschema trilobatum Povolny, 2003, n. sp., Shilap Rev. De Lepid., v. 31, no. 124, p. 285-315.
  • 2006.1: Gnorimoschema tunicatum Povolny, 1998, n. sp., Stapfia, v. 55, p. 327-347.
  • 2009.1: Gnorimoschema wagneri Povolny, 2003, n. sp., Shilap Rev. De Lepid., v. 31, no. 124, p. 285-315.
  • 2009.2: Gnorimoschema vibei (Wolff, 1964) previously considered and endemic of Greenland, now also known from Quebec.
  • 2012.1: Scrobipalpula antiochia Povolný & Powell, 2001, n. sp., Holarctic Lepidoptera. 8 (Suppl. 1): 17, corrects previous spelling of antiocha at MPG.
  • 2013: Scrobipalpuloides chiquitella (Busck, 1910) was transferred to the genus Tuta in Povolny & Powell (2001) and returned to the genus Scrobipalpula in Lee et al. (2009), Zootaxa. 2231: 26.
  • 2013.1: Scrobipalpuloides chiquitelloides (Povolný, 2001), n. sp. was formerly placed in the genus Tuta, Zootaxa. 2231, 26.
  • 2013.2: Scrobipalpuloides elaborata (Povolný, 2000), n. sp., Shilap Rev. De Lepid., v. 28, no. 110, p. 213-225, was formerly placed in the genus Tuta, Zootaxa. 2231, 26.
  • 2013.3: Scrobipalpuloides insularis (Povolný, 2001), n. sp., Holarctic Lepidoptera. 8 (Suppl. 1): 19, was formerly placed in the genus Tuta, Zootaxa. 2231, 26.
  • 2013.4: Scrobipalpuloides isolata (Povolný, 2000), n. sp., Shilap Rev. De Lepid., v. 28, no. 110, p. 213-225, was formerly placed in the genus Tuta, Zootaxa. 2231, 26.
  • 2013.5: Scrobipalpuloides spinosa (Povolný, 2000), n. sp., Shilap Rev. De Lepid., v. 28, no. 110, p. 213-225, was formerly placed in the genus Tuta, Zootaxa. 2231, 26.
  • 2013.6: Scrobipalpuloides totalis (Povolný, 2000), n. sp., Shilap Rev. De Lepid., v. 28, no. 110, p. 213-225, was formerly placed in the genus Tuta, Zootaxa. 2231, 26.
  • 2013.7: Scrobipalpuloides truncata (Povolný, 2000), n. sp., Shilap Rev. De Lepid., v. 28, no. 110, p. 213-225, was formerly placed in the genus Tuta, Zootaxa. 2231, 26.
  • 2014.1: Scrobipalpula gutierreziae Povolny & Powell, 2001, n. sp., Holarctic Lepidoptera, v. 8, no. Suppl.1, p. 1-53.
  • 2017: Scrobipalpula lutescella (Clarke, 1934) was transferred to Scrobipalpulopsis in Powell & Povolný (2001) and returned to the genus Scrobipalpula, Zootaxa. 2231, 26.
  • 2017.1: Scrobipalpula lycii (Povolný, 2001), n. sp., was formerly placed in the genus Scrobipalpulopsis, Zootaxa. 2231, 26.
  • 2017.2: Scrobipalpula manierreorum Priest, 2014, n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc. 68(2): 101-123.
  • 2018.1: Scrobipalpula psilella (Herrich-Schäffer, 1853) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 2024: Formerly placed in the genus Euscrobipalpa, this species is returned to the genus Scrobipalpa, Zootaxa. 2231, 26.
  • 2024.1: Scrobipalpa acuminatella (Sircon, 1850) is now recognized within the North American fauna, Zootaxa, 3749(1): 39; Zootaxa, 2231: 40.
  • 2025: Formerly placed in the genus Euscrobipalpa, this species is returned to genus Scrobipalpa, Zootaxa. 2231, 26.
  • 2025.1: Formerly placed in the genus Euscrobipalpa, this species is returned to genus Scrobipalpa, Zootaxa. 2231, 26.
  • 2029: Formerly placed in the genus Euscrobipalpa, this species is returned to genus Scrobipalpa, Zootaxa. 2231, 26.
  • 2029.1: Scrobipalpa instabilella (Douglas, 1846) is removed. This is a European species extralimital to North America. Formerly placed in the genus Euscrobipalpa, this species is returned to genus Scrobipalpa, Zootaxa. 2231, 26.
  • 2029.2: Scrobipalpa arenaceariella (Powell & Povolný, 2001) was previously misspelled as arenacearella. Formerly placed in the genus Euscrobipalpa, Zootaxa. 2231, 26.
  • 2029.3: Nevadopalpa striata Povolny, 1998, n. sp., Entom. Abhandlungen (Dresden), v. 58, p. 119-130.
  • 2029.4: Nevadopalpa minor Povolny, 1998, n. sp., Entom. Abhandlungen (Dresden), v. 58, p. 119-130.
  • 2029.5: Nevadopalpa albula Povolny, 1998, n. sp., Reichenbachia, v. 32, p. 313-315.
  • 2029.6: Nevadopalpa alboaura Povolny, 1999, n. sp., Shilap Rev. De Lepid., v. 27, no. 107, p. 379-391.
  • 2029.7: Nevadopalpa deaurata Povolny, 1999, n. sp., Shilap Rev. De Lepid., v. 27, no. 107, p. 379-391.
  • 2029.8: Nevadopalpa maculata Povolny, 1999, n. sp., Shilap Rev. De Lepid., v. 27, no. 107, p. 379-391.
  • 2029.9: Nevadopalpa nevadana Povolny, 1999, n. sp., Shilap Rev. De Lepid., v. 27, no. 107, p. 379-391.
  • 2030.1: Neopalpa neonata Povolny, 1998, n. sp., Shilap Rev. De Lepid., v. 26, p. 139-146.
  • 2030.2: Microcraspedus fontosus Povolny, 1999, n. sp., Shilap Rev. De Lepid., v. 27, no. 107, p. 413-417.
  • 2030.3: Eurysaccoides gallaespinosae Povolny, 1998, n. sp., Shilap Rev. De Lepid., v. 26, p. 139-146.
  • 2030.5: Insuloschema barbarae Povolný, 2004, n. sp., Acta Univ. Agric. Brno., 52(1): 15-22.
  • 2031.1: Exceptia sisterina Povolny & Powell, 2001, n. sp., Holarctic Lepidoptera, v. 8, no. Suppl.1, p. 1-53.
  • 2038: Symmetrischema plaesiosema (Turner, 1919) is a synonym of 2038.1 Symmetrischema tangolias (Gyen, 1913).
  • 2038.1: Symmetrischema tangolias (Gyen, 1913) includes as a synonym 2038 Symmetrischema plaesiosema (Turner, 1919).
  • 2039.1: Symmetrischema kendallorum Blanchard & Knudson, 1982, n. sp., Proc. Entom. Soc. Wash., v. 84, no. 3, p. 628-631.
  • 2041.1: Caryocolum marmorea (Haworth, 1828) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 2041.2: Caryocolum nearcticum Heumer, 1988, n. sp.
  • 2041.3: Caryocolum proxima (Haworth, 1828) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 2042: Caryocolum pullatella (Tengström, 1848) replaces Caryocolum subtractella (Walker, 1864).
  • 2043: Scrobipalpopsis arnicella (Clarke, 1942) was transferred from the genus Scrobipalpopsis to Ptycerata, n. syn., in Hodges et al. (1983). Scrobipalpopsis was elevated back to full generic status in Powell & Povolný, 2001, Holarctic Lepidoptera, 8 (Suppl. 1): 22.
  • 2045: Scrobipalpopsis petrella (Busck, 1915) was transferred from the genus Scrobipalpopsis to Ptycerata, n. syn., in Hodges et al. (1983). Scrobipalpopsis was elevated back to full generic status in Powell & Povolný, 2001, Holarctic Lepidoptera, 8 (Suppl. 1): 22.
  • 2046: Scrobipalpopsis tetradymiella (Busck, 1903) was transferred from the genus Scrobipalpopsis to Ptycerata, n. syn., in Hodges et al. (1983). Scrobipalpopsis was elevated back to full generic status in Powell & Povolný, 2001, Holarctic Lepidoptera, 8 (Suppl. 1): 22.
  • 2046.1: Scrobipalpopsis madiae Povolny & Powell, 2001, n. sp., Holarctic Lepidoptera, v. 8, no. Suppl.1, p. 1-53.
  • 2046.2: Scrobipalpopsis interposita Povolny & Powell, 2001, n. sp., Holarctic Lepidoptera, v. 8, no. Suppl.1, p. 1-53.
  • 2047.1: Keiferia elmorei (Keifer, 1936) is elevated from synonymy of 2047 Keiferia lycopersicella.
  • 2048: Keiferia altisolani (Keifer, 1937) was in Tildenia.
  • 2048.1: Keiferia georgei (Hodges, 1985), n. sp.
  • 2049: Keiferia glochinella (Zeller, 1873) was in Tildenia.
  • 2050: Keiferia inconspicuella (Murtfeldt, 1883) was in Tildenia.
  • 2050.1: Keiferia powelli Povolný, 2004, n. sp., Acta Univ. Agric. Brno., 52(1): 15-22.
  • 2050.2: Keiferia educata Povolný, 2004, n. sp., Acta Univ. Agric. Brno., 52(1): 15-22.
  • 2053.71: Neopalpa donaldtrumpi Nazari, 2017, n. sp., ZooKeys, 646: 79-94
  • 2056: Chionodes abradescens (Braun, 1921) is a synonym of 2111 Chionodes psiloptera.
  • 2057.1: Chionodes metoecus Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2058.1: Chionodes adam Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2058.2: Chionodes altor Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2058.3: Chionodes cautor Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2058.4: Chionodes irreptor Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2058.5: Chionodes baro Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2058.6: Chionodes secutor Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2059.1: Chionodes rupex Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2059.2: Chionodes gratus Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2059.3: Chionodes cusor Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2059.4: Chionodes fimus Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2059.5: Microcraspedus powelli Povolny, 1999, n. sp., Shilap Rev. De Lepid., v. 27, no. 107, p. 413-417.
  • 2061.1: Chionodes hapsus Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2061.2: Chionodes abitus Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2061.3: Chionodes suasor Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2061.4: Chionodes percultor Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2065.1: Chionodes cacula Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2065.2: Chionodes impes Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2066.1: Chionodes aruns Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2066.2: Chionodes chlorocephala (Meyrick, 1932) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 2067.1: Chionodes ceryx Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2067.2: Chionodes kubai Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2069: Chionodes continuella (Zeller, 1839) includes as a synonym Chionodes brumella (Clemens, 1864), Zootaxa. 2231: 16.
  • 2069.1: Chionodes sattleri Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2069.2: Chionodes offectus Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2069.3: Chionodes fictor Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2071.1: Chionodes landryi Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2071.2: Chionodes thyotes Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2072.1: Chionodes donatella (Walker, 1864) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 2072.2: Chionodes drapeta Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2072.3: Chionodes emptor Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2072.4: Chionodes esor Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2074.1: Chionodes fumatella (Douglas, 1850) is now recognized within the North American fauna, discovered in NA by Pohl et al. (in prep.), in their work on the Lepidoptera of Canada and AK.
  • 2077.1: Chionodes franclemonti Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2078.1: Chionodes cibus Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2078.2: Chionodes bardus Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2080.1: Chionodes abavus Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2080.2: Chionodes tarmes Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2081.1: Chionodes factor Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2081.2: Chionodes hospes Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2081.3: Chionodes pallor Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2081.4: Chionodes dolo Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2081.5: Chionodes rectifex Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2084.1: Chionodes imber Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2084.2: Chionodes bios Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2086.1: Chionodes macor Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2086.2: Chionodes oecus Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2086.3: Chionodes repertor Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2087: Chionodes labradorica Möschler, 1864) is a synonym of 2075 Chionodes praeclarella.
  • 2087.1: Chionodes latro Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2088: Chionodes loetae (Clarke, 1942) is a synonym of 2065 Chionodes braunella.
  • 2090.1: Chionodes obelus Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2092.1: Chionodes petro Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2094.1: Chionodes sepultor Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2094.2: Chionodes canor Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2094.3: Chionodes histon Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2094.4: Chionodes lictor Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2094.5: Chionodes praecia Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2095.1: Chionodes donahueorum Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2095.2: Chionodes pulvis Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2095.3: Chionodes sannio Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2095.4: Chionodes stator Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2095.5: Chionodes meddix Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2095.6: Chionodes lactans Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2095.7: Chionodes volo Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2095.8: Chionodes obex Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2095.9: Chionodes munifex Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2096: Chionodes negundella (Heinrich, 1920) is a synonym of 2099 Chionodes obscurusella.
  • 2097.1: Chionodes praetor Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2097.2: Chionodes naevus Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2097.3: Chionodes davisi Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2098.1: Chionodes morus Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2100.1: Chionodes fremor Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2100.2: Chionodes soter Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2100.3: Chionodes lusor Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2101.1: Chionodes boreas Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2101.2: Chionodes trico Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2101.3: Chionodes veles Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2101.4: Chionodes theurgis Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2101.5: Chionodes gerdius Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2101.6: Chionodes tributor Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2102.1: Chionodes rhombus Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2105.1: Chionodes pavor Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2105.2: Chionodes johnstoni Clarke, 1947 is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 2105.3: Chionodes pacator Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2106.1: Chionodes clarkei Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2108.1: Chionodes popa Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2109.1: Chionodes powelli Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2109.2: Chionodes plutor Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2109.3: Chionodes nepos Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2109.4: Chionodes procus Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2109.5: Chionodes paean Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2110.1: Chionodes bibo Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2111.1: Chionodes rabula Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2111.2: Chionodes aleo Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2112.1: Chionodes elainae Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2112.2: Chionodes luror Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2114.1: Chionodes lector Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2114.2: Chionodes hostis Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2115: Chionodes seculaella (Clarke, 1932) is a synonym of 2059 Chionodes agriodes.
  • 2115.1: Chionodes sevir Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2117.1: Chionodes erro Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2118.1: Chionodes rector Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2118.2: Chionodes delitor Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2118.3: Chionodes nitor Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2118.4: Chionodes sanator Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2118.5: Chionodes regens Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2118.6: Chionodes bustosorum Metzler 2016, n. sp., Zootaxa, 4109(3): 372-380.
  • 2120.1: Chionodes parens Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2120.2: Chionodes restio Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2120.3: Chionodes pinax Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2120.4: Chionodes adamas Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2121.1: Chionodes ludio Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2121.2: Chionodes messor Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2121.3: Chionodes optio Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2121.4: Chionodes pastor Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2121.5: Chionodes nubis Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2121.6: Chionodes magirus Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2121.7: Chionodes innox Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2121.8: Chionodes gestor Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2122: Chionodes vanduzeei (Keifer, 1935) is a synonym of 2100 Chionodes occidentella.
  • 2123.1: Chionodes ensis Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2124.1: Chionodes senica Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2124.2: Chionodes dator Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2124.3: Chionodes sponsus Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2124.4: Chionodes ustor Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2124.5: Chionodes rogator Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2124.6: Chionodes mikkolai Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2124.7: Chionodes praeco Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2124.8: Chionodes molitor Hodges, 1999, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.6
  • 2125.1: Chionodes hodgesorum Metzler, 2014, n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc., 68(2): 80-84.
  • 2127.1: Filatima adamsi Hodges & Adamski, 1997, n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc., v. 51, p. 32-46.
  • 2130: Filatima albipectus (Walsingham, 1911) corrects previous spelling of albipectis at MPG.
  • 2151.1: Filatima loowita Adamski, 2009, n. sp., Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash. 111 (2): 293-304.
  • 2159: Filatima obscuroocelella (Chambers, 1875) corrects the spelling of obscuroocellella in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 2160.1: Filatima occidua Hodges & Adamski, 1997, n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc., v. 51, p. 32-46.
  • 2169.1: Filatima revisensis Harrison & Berenbaum, 2013, n. sp., Zootaxa, 3734(4): 469-476.
  • 2187: Aroga compositella (Walker, 1864) replaces Aroga coloradensis (Busck 1903).
  • 2197: Aroga elaboratella (Braun, 1923) includes as a synonym 2197 Aroga trachycosma (Meyrick, 1923), Zootaxa. 2231: 21.
  • 2206.1: Faculta synthetica (Walsingham, 1911) is now recognized within the North American fauna, Zootaxa, 2231: 22.
  • 2207.5: Metopleura potosi Busck, 1912 is now recognized within the North American fauna, Zootaxa. 2231: 1-39.
  • 2208: Mirificarma eburnella (Denis & Schiffermüller, 1775) replaces Mirificarma flamella (Hübner 1825).
  • 2213.1: Sophronia gelidella Nordmann, 1941 is now recognized within the North American fauna, Zootaxa, 3749(1): 39; Zootaxa, 2231: 40.
  • 2218: Aproaerema adversa (Braun, 1930) was formerly in the genus Syncopacma, Norwegian Journal of Entomology. Supplement 3: 1-236.
  • 2219: Aproaerema crotolariella (Busck, 1900) was formerly called S. crotalariella, an unjustified emendation. This species was formerly in the genus Syncopacma, Norwegian Journal of Entomology. Supplement 3: 1-236.
  • 2220: Aproaerema metadesma (Meyrick, 1927) was formerly in the genus Syncopacma, Norwegian Journal of Entomology. Supplement 3: 1-236.
  • 2221: Aproaerema nigrella (Chambers, 1875) was formerly in the genus Syncopacma, Norwegian Journal of Entomology. Supplement 3: 1-236.
  • 2222: Aproaerema palpilineella (Chambers, 1875) was formerly in the genus Syncopacma, Norwegian Journal of Entomology. Supplement 3: 1-236.
  • 2225: Battaristis concinnusella (Chambers, 1875) corrects the spelling of concinusella in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 2233.1: Anacampsis consonella (Zeller, 1873), formerly treated as a synonym of 2248 Anacampsis rhoifructella (Clemens, 1860), is reinstated as a full species, Zootaxa, 3794(4): 545-555.
  • 2250.1: Anacampsis triangularis Braun, 1923 was apparently overlooked in Hodges 1983.
  • 2251.1: Anacampsis wikeri Harrison, 2013, n. sp., Zootaxa. 3741(1): 194-200.
  • 2265.1: Helcystogramma convolvuli (Walsingham, 1908) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 2266: Gelechia discoanulella Chambers, 1875 corrects the spelling of discoannulella in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 2271: Brachmia trimaculella (Chambers, 1874) is a synonym of 2269 Helcystogramma [=Brachmia] melanocarpa.
  • 2271.1: Helcystogramma ectopon Hodges, 1986, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.1
  • 2272: Mesophleps adustipennis (Walsingham, 1897) replaces 2272 Brachyacma palpigera of authors (not Walsingham, 1891), Zootaxa. 3373: 1-82.
  • 2273: Dichomeris bidiscomaculella (Chambers, 1874) is a synonym of 2236 Anacampsis fullonella.
  • 2275.1: Dichomeris blanchardorum Hodges, 1986, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.1
  • 2279.1: Dichomeris caia Hodges, 1986, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.1
  • 2279.2: Dichomeris ardelia Hodges, 1986, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.1
  • 2279.3: Dichomeris siren Hodges, 1986, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.1
  • 2281.1: Dichomeris gausapa Hodges, 1986, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.1
  • 2282:
  • 2282.1: Dichomeris solatrix Hodges, 1986, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.1
  • 2284.1: Dichomeris nenia Hodges, 1986, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.1
  • 2285: Dichomeris suffusella (Chambers, 1874) is a synonym of 2283 Dichomeris punctidiscella.
  • 2285.1: Dichomeris diva Hodges, 1986, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.1
  • 2285.2: Dichomeris sylphe Hodges, 1986, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.1
  • 2285.3: Dichomeris empusa Hodges, 1986, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.1
  • 2288:
  • 2289.1: Dichomeris achne Hodges, 1986, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.1
  • 2291.1: Dichomeris aleatrix Hodges, 1986, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.1
  • 2291.2: Dichomeris copa Hodges, 1986, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.1
  • 2291.3: Dichomeris scrutaria Hodges, 1986, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.1
  • 2291.4: Dichomeris furia Hodges, 1986, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.1
  • 2294.1: Dichomeris gleba Hodges, 1986, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.1
  • 2294.2: Dichomeris alphito Hodges, 1986, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.1
  • 2294.3: Dichomeris laetitia Hodges, 1986, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.1
  • 2295.1: Dichomeris fistuca Hodges, 1986, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.1
  • 2297.1: Dichomeris pelta Hodges, 1986, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.1
  • 2297.2: Dichomeris bolize Hodges, 1986, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.1
  • 2297.3: Dichomeris legnotoa Hodges, 1986, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.1
  • 2297.4: Dichomeris illusio Hodges, 1986, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.1
  • 2297.5: Dichomeris mimesis (Hodges, 1986), n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.1
  • 2299.1: Dichomeris mercatrix Hodges, 1986, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.1
  • 2299.2: Dichomeris euprepes Hodges, 1986, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.1
  • 2301.1: Dichomeris xanthoa Hodges, 1986, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.1
  • 2301.2: Dichomeris isa Hodges, 1986, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.1
  • 2301.3: Dichomeris simulata Hodges, 1986, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.1
  • 2301.4: Dichomeris imitata Hodges, 1986, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.1
  • 2302.1: Dichomeris vindex Hodges, 1986, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.1
  • 2302.2: Dichomeris mulsa Hodges, 1986, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.1
  • 2302.3: Dichomeris mica Hodges, 1986, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.1
  • 2302.4: Dichomeris aglaia Hodges, 1986, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.1
  • 2303.1: Dichomeris baxa Hodges, 1986, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.1
  • 2303.2: Dichomeris gnoma Hodges, 1986, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.1
  • 2305: Dichomeris agonia Hodges, 1986 is a replacement name for Trichotaphe trinotella (Busck, 1906).
  • 2305.1: Dichomeris offula Hodges, 1986, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.1
  • 2305.2: Dichomeris crepida Hodges, 1986, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.1
  • 2309: Dichomeris heriguronis (Matsumura, 1931) replaces 2309 Dichomeris picrocarpa. Formerly a synonymy of Dichomeris oceanis Meyrick, 1920, this species has been elevated back to full species status and includes as a synonym 2309 Dichomeris picrocarpa of authors (not Meyrick, 1913).
  • 2309.1: Dichomeris sybilla Hodges, 1986, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.1
  • 2310.1: Dichomeris kimballi Hodges, 1986, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 7.1
  • 2313: Alucita montana Barnes & Lindsey, 1921 replaces Alucita hexadactyla Linnaeus 1758 (an Old World species.)
  • 2313.1: Alucita adriendenisi Landry & Landry, 2004, n. sp., Can. Ent., v. 136, p. 553-579.
  • 2313.2: Alucita lalannei Landry & Landry, 2004, n. sp., Can. Ent., v. 136, p. 553-579.
  • 2314: Carposina sasakii Matsumura, 1900 is a replacement name for Carposina niponensis Walsingham 1900.
  • 2325.1: Epermenia falcata Gaedike, 2008, n. sp., Tijdschrift voor Entomologie, 151: 59.
  • 2325.2: Epermenia canadensis Gaedike, 2008, n. sp., Tijdschrift voor Entomologie. 151: 60.
  • 2332: Epermenia infracta Braun, 1926 includes as a synonym 2333 Epermenia strictelloides Gaedike, 1977, Tijdschrift voor Entomologie. 151: 61.
  • 2333: Epermenia strictelloides Gaedike, 1977 is a synonym of 2332 Epermenia infracta Braun, 1926, Tijdschrift voor Entomologie. 151: 61.
  • 2336.1: Neomachlotica spiraea Heppner, 1981, n. sp., Proc. Entom. Soc. Wash., v. 83, no. 3, p. 479-488.
  • 2336.2: Drymoana blanchardi Heppner, 1985, n. sp., Fauna and Flora Handbook #1.
  • 2336.3: Glyphipterix floridensis Heppner, 1997, n. sp., Holarctic Lepidoptera, v. 4, p. 67-69.
  • 2337.1: Glyphipterix brauni Heppner, 1985, n. sp., Fauna and Flora Handbook #1.
  • 2338.1: Glyphipterix powelli Heppner, 1985, n. sp., Fauna and Flora Handbook #1.
  • 2338.2: Glyphipterix urticae Heppner, 1985, n. sp., Fauna and Flora Handbook #1.
  • 2339.1: Glyphipterix hypenantia Heppner, 1985, n. sp., Fauna and Flora Handbook #1.
  • 2339.2: Glyphipterix yosemitella Heppner, 1985, n. sp., Fauna and Flora Handbook #1.
  • 2341.1: Glyphipterix sistes Heppner, 1985, n. sp., Fauna and Flora Handbook #1.
  • 2342.1: Glyphipterix feniseca Heppner, 1985, n. sp., Fauna and Flora Handbook #1.
  • 2342.2: Glyphipterix juncivora Heppner, 1985, n. sp., Fauna and Flora Handbook #1.
  • 2342.3: Glyphipterix sierranevadae Heppner, 1985, n. sp., Fauna and Flora Handbook #1.
  • 2342.4: Glyphipterix arizonensis Heppner, 1985, n. sp., Fauna and Flora Handbook #1.
  • 2342.5: Glyphipterix roenastes Heppner, 1985, n. sp., Fauna and Flora Handbook #1.
  • 2344.1: Glyphipterix chiricahuae Heppner, 1985, n. sp., Fauna and Flora Handbook #1.
  • 2344.2: Glyphipterix hodgesi Heppner, 1985, n. sp., Fauna and Flora Handbook #1.
  • 2344.3: Glyphipterix cherokee Heppner, 1985, n. sp., Fauna and Flora Handbook #1.
  • 2344.4: Glyphipterix chambersi Heppner, 1985, n. sp., Fauna and Flora Handbook #1.
  • 2344.5: Glyphipterix flavimaculata Heppner, 1985, n. sp., Fauna and Flora Handbook #1.
  • 2344.6: Glyphipterix melanoscirta Heppner, 1985, n. sp., Fauna and Flora Handbook #1.
  • 2344.7: Glyphipterix santaritae Heppner, 1985, n. sp., Fauna and Flora Handbook #1.
  • 2344.8: Glyphipterix ruidosensis Heppner, 1985, n. sp., Fauna and Flora Handbook #1.
  • 2344.9: Glyphipterix nordini Heppner, 1997, n. sp., Holarctic Lepidoptera, v. 4, p. 67-69.
  • 2345.1: Diploschizia minimella Heppner, 1981, n. sp., Florida Entomologist, v. 64, no. 2, p. 309-336.
  • 2345.2: Diploschizia kutisi Heppner, 1997, n. sp., Holarctic Lepidoptera, v. 4, p. 70-72.
  • 2345.3: Diploschizia seminolensis Heppner, 1997, n. sp., Holarctic Lepidoptera, v. 4, p. 70-72.
  • 2345.4: Diploschizia habecki Heppner, 1981, n. sp., Florida Entomologist, v. 64, no. 2, p. 309-336.
  • 2345.5: Diploschizia regia Heppner, 1981, n. sp., Florida Entomologist, v. 64, no. 2, p. 309-336.
  • 2346.1: Diploschizia kimballi Heppner, 1981, n. sp., Florida Entomologist, v. 64, no. 2, p. 309-336.
  • 2347.1: Araeolepia leuschneri Sohn, 2016, n. sp., Annals Ent. Soc. America, 109(5): 797.
  • 2347.2: Araeolepia ustulana Sohn, 2016, n. sp., Annals Ent. Soc. America, 109(5): 802.
  • 2347.3: Araeolepia triangula Sohn, 2016, n. sp., Annals Ent. Soc. America, 109(5): 797.
  • 2349.1: Ellabella bayensis Heppner, 1984, n. sp., Jour. Res. Lepid., v. 23, no. 1, p. 50-73.
  • 2349.2: Ellabella johnstoni Heppner, 1984, n. sp., Jour. Res. Lepid., v. 23, no. 1, p. 50-73.
  • 2351.1: Euceratia intermediella Sohn & Powell, 2015, n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc. 67(1): 69: 131-139.
  • 2358.1: Pltella haasi Staudinger, 1883 is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 2358.2: Plutella hyperboreella Strand, 1902 is now recognized within the North American fauna, Zootaxa, 3749(1): 21.
  • 2362.1: Plutella polaris Zeller, 1880 is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 2364.1: Rhigognostis senilella (Zetterstedt, 1839), only found in Europe and Greenland, type locality: Greenland.
  • 2370.1: Ypsolopha buscki Heppner, 1982, n. sp.
  • 2398: Ypsolopha ustella (Clerck, 1759) is extralimital. J. Sohn (pers. comm. 2015) advises that reports of this species from BC, originating with Dyar (1904) are misidentification, Pohl et al. 2016.
  • 2401: Previously knowm as A. punctella and A. pustulella, recent research has shown that for the species found in North America the valid name is A. aurea.

    J.J. Wilson et al., 2010. ZooKeys 46: 41-60. Identity of the Ailanthus Webworm moth, a complex of two species: evidence from DNA barcoding, morphology and ecology.
  • 2414.1: Swammerdamia beirnei Doganlar, 1979, n. sp., Can. Ent., v. 111, p. 967-969.
  • 2414.2: Paraswammerdamia nebulella (Goeze, 1783) replaces Swammerdamia lutarea (Haworth, 1828), World Catalogue of Insects, Vol. 12, p 105.
  • 2414.3: Paraswammerdamia conspersella (Tengström, 1848) is now recognized within the North American fauna, Fabreries. 27(1): 1-46.
  • 2414.4: Paraswammerdamia lapponica (Petersen, 1932) is now recognized within the North American fauna, Fabreries. 27(1): 1-46.
  • 2414.5: Paraswammerdamia albicapitella (Scharfenberg, 1805) is now recognized within the North American fauna. Introduced from Europe. Zootaxa, 3749(1): 20.
  • 2415.1: Wockia asperipunctella (Bruand, 1852) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 2416: Formerly placed in the genus Yponomeuta, World Catalogue of Insects. Vol. 12, p. 72.
  • 2416.1: Formerly placed in the genus Yponomeuta, World Catalogue of Insects. Vol. 12.
  • 2416.2: Prays fraxinella (Bjerkander, 1784) is now recognized within the North American fauna, Biodiversity and Conservation. 18: 3825-3839.
  • 2417: Yponomeuta euonymella (Chambers, 1872) is a synonym of 2420 Yponomeuta multipunctella (Clemens, 1860), World Catalogue of Insects. Vol. 12.
  • 2418: Yponomeuta leucothorax (Meyrick, 1913) is a synonym of 2420 Yponomeuta multipunctella (Clemens, 1860), World Catalogue of Insects. Vol. 12.
  • 2419: Formerly placed in the genus Yponomeuta, World Catalogue of Insects. Vol. 12.
  • 2420: Yponomeuta multipunctella (Clemens, 1860) includes as synonyms 2417 Yponomeuta euonymella (Chambers, 1872), 2418 Yponomeuta leucothorax (Meyrick, 1913), 2423 Yponomeuta semialba (Meyrick, 1913), World Catalogue of Insects. Vol. 12.
  • 2421.1: Yponomeuta malinellus (Zeller, 1838) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 2423: Yponomeuta semialba (Meyrick, 1913) is a synonym of 2420 Yponomeuta multipunctella (Clemens, 1860), World Catalogue of Insects. Vol. 12.
  • 2423.1: Yponomeuta cagnagella (Hübner, 1813) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 2425: Formerly placed in the genus Kessleria, this species is returned to the genus Zelleria, World Catalogue of Insects. Vol. 12. p. 1-253.
  • 2429: Kessleria parnassiae (Braun, 1940) was in Zelleria.
  • 2485.1: Tinagma brunneofasciatum Gaedike, 1990, n. sp., Beitrage Zur Entomologie, v. 40, p. 287-300.
  • 2485.2: Tinagma powelli Gaedike, 1990, n. sp., Beitrage Zur Entomologie, v. 40, p. 287-300.
  • 2485.3: Tinagma californicum Gaedike, 1990, n. sp., Beitrage Zur Entomologie, v. 40, p. 287-300.
  • 2485.4: Tinagma gaedikei Harrison, 2005, n. sp., Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash., v. 107, no. 3, p. 596-603.
  • 2486: Tinagma leucaspis Braun, 1926 is a synonym of 2489 Tinagma pulverilinea.
  • 2488: Tinagma ochremaculella (Chambers, 1875) replaces the spelling ocheomaculella, an unjustified emendation.
  • 2488.1: Tinagma dryadis Staudinger, 1872 is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 2489.1: Digitivalva clarkei Gaedike, 1984, n. sp., Entomologische Abhandlungen, v. 47, p. 179-194.
  • 2490.1: Acrolepiopsis heppneri Gaedike, 1984, n. sp., Entomologische Abhandlungen, v. 47, p. 179-194.
  • 2490.2: Acrolepiopsis californica Gaedike, 1984, n. sp., Entomologische Abhandlungen, v. 47, p. 179-194, includes as a synonym 2492.2 Acrolepiopsis liliivora Gaedike, 1994, The Canadian Entomologist. 139(3): 319-353.
  • 2492.2: Acrolepiopsis liliivora Gaedike, 1994 is a synonym of 2490.2 Acrolepiopsis californica Gaedike, 1984, The Canadian Entomologist. 139(3): 319-353.
  • 2493.1: Cycloplasis immaculata Braun, 1940 is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 2496.1: Embola autumnalis Hsu, 2005, n. sp., Univ. Calif. Publ. Entom., v. 124, p. 1-214.
  • 2497.1: Aetole prenticei Hsu, 2005, n. sp., Univ. Calif. Publ. Entom., v. 124, p. 1-214.
  • 2497.2: Aetole schulzella (Fabricius, 1794) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 2497.3: Aetole cera Hsu, 2005, n. sp., Univ. Calif. Publ. Entom., v. 124, p. 1-214.
  • 2497.4: Aetole favonia Hsu, 2005, n. sp., Univ. Calif. Publ. Entom., v. 124, p. 1-214.
  • 2497.5: Aetole aprica Hsu, 2005, n. sp., Univ. Calif. Publ. Entom., v. 124, p. 1-214.
  • 2498.1: Embola cyanozostera Hsu, 2005, n. sp., Univ. Calif. Publ. Entom., v. 124, p. 1-214.
  • 2500.1: Embola powelli Hsu, 2002, n. sp., Pan-Pacific Entomologist, v. 78, no. 2, p. 132-139.
  • 2501: Heliodines metallicella Busck, 1909 is a synonym of 2506 Aetole unipunctella.
  • 2502.1: Neoheliodines cliffordi (Harrison & Pasoa, 1995), n. sp., Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash., v. 97, no. 1, p. 63-70.
  • 2502.2: Neoheliodines albidentus Hsu, 2005, n. sp., Univ. Calif. Publ. Entom., v. 124, p. 1-214.
  • 2502.3: Neoheliodines arizonense Hsu, 2005, n. sp., Univ. Calif. Publ. Entom., v. 124, p. 1-214.
  • 2502.4: Neoheliodines eurypterus Hsu, 2005, n. sp., Univ. Calif. Publ. Entom., v. 124, p. 1-214.
  • 2502.5: Neoheliodines hodgesi Hsu, 2005, n. sp., Univ. Calif. Publ. Entom., v. 124, p. 1-214.
  • 2502.6: Neoheliodines melanobasilarus Hsu, 2005, n. sp., Univ. Calif. Publ. Entom., v. 124, p. 1-214.
  • 2502.7: Neoheliodines vernius Hsu, 2005, n. sp., Univ. Calif. Publ. Entom., v. 124, p. 1-214.
  • 2503: Heliodines perochalca Meyrick, 1912 is a synonym of 2505 Aetole tripunctella.
  • 2504.1: Euheliodines chemsaki Hsu, 2005, n. sp., Univ. Calif. Publ. Entom., v. 124, p. 1-214.
  • 2505: Includes as a synonym Aetole (=Heliodines) perichalca (Meyrick, 1912) [2503].
  • 2512.1: Lithariapteryx elegans Powell, 1991, n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc., v. 45, no. 2, p. 89-104.
  • 2513.1: Sophona greenfieldi Eichlin, 1986, n. sp., Entomography 4, 347.
  • 2513.2: Sophona snellingi Eichlin, 1986, n. sp., Entomography 4, 349.
  • 2527.1: Paranthrene pellucida Greenfield & Karandinos, 1979, n. sp.
  • 2528: Vitacea admiranda (Edwards, 1882) may be confused by some authors with 2533.6 Tirista argentifrons Walker, [1856] which appears to be extralimital north of Mexico. The identity of both species is complicated. Some authors treat these two species as synonyms. Additional verification appears warranted. Both species are retained for now.
  • 2533.2: Albuna beutenmulleri (Skinner, 1903) corrects spelling of beutenmuelleri per ICZN Article 32.5.2.1, Jour. Lepid. Soc., 71(2): 132. This species, previously a synonym of 2533 Albuna pyramidalis (Walker, 1856), has been elevated back to species status, Jour. Lepid. Soc., 70(3): 211-217.
  • 2533.6: Tirista argentifrons Walker, [1856] may be extralimital north of Mexico. US records may refer to 2528 Vitacea admiranda (Edwards, 1882). The identity of both species is complicated. Some authors treat these two species as synonyms. Additional verification appears warranted. Both species are retained for now.
  • 2543.1: Sesia spartani Eichlin & Taft, 1988, n. sp., Jour. Lep. Soc., v. 42, no. 3, p. 231-235.
  • 2545.1: Osminia donahueorum Duckworth & Eichlin, 1983, n. sp., Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, v. 361, p. 1-15.
  • 2545.2: Osminia bicornicolis Duckworth & Eichlin, 1983, n. sp., Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, v. 361, p. 1-15.
  • 2586.1: Synanthedon myopaeformis (Borkhausen, 1789) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 2598.1: Carmenta flaschkai Eichlin, 1993, n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc., v. 46, no. 4, p. 265-268.
  • 2599.1: Carmenta hela (Druce, 1889) is now recognized within the North American fauna, reported from Hidalgo County, TX 3/19/1992, 2011 Season Summary, News Lepid. Soc., 54(S1):77.
  • 2599.2: Carmenta hipsides (Druce, 1889), reported from Brewster County, TX 9/27/2011, 2011 Season Summary, News Lepid. Soc., 54(S1):77, is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 2600.1: Carmenta laurelae Brown, Eichlin & Snow, 1985, n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc., v. 39, no. 4, p. 262-265.
  • 2614.1: Carmenta wildishorum Taft & Cognato, 2017, n. sp., Zootaxa, 4337(3): 436-444.
  • 2615.1: Carmenta wielgusi Eichlin, 1987, n. sp., Entomography 5, 531-540.
  • 2617.1: Carmenta tildeni Eichlin, 1995, n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc., v. 49, no. 2, p. 114-118.
  • 2621.1: Penstemonia pappi Eichlin, 1987, n. sp., Entomography 5, 531-540.
  • 2622.1: Alcathoe autumnalis Engelhardt, 1946 is elevated from synonymy of 2622 Alcathoe carolinensis.
  • 2626.1: Phormoestes palmettovora Heppner, 1982, n. sp., Smithsonian Contributions To Zoology, v. 370, p. 1-27.
  • 2626.2: Chamaesphecia hungarica (Tomala, 1901) was introduced from Europe into the USA in 1993 and into Canada in 1991 for biocontrol of Leafy Spurge (Euphorbia esula). Its current population status is uncertain. Hansen 2002, Winston et al. 2014.
  • 2626.3: Chamaesphecia tenthrediniformis ([Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775) was introduced from Europe into the USA in 1975 and into Canada in 1971-1974 for biocontrol of Leafy Spurge (Euphorbia esula). Its current population status is uncertain. Harris 1984:163-165, Winston et al. 2014.
  • 2626.4: Chamaesphecia crassicornis Bartel, 1912 was introduced from Europe into the USA in 1993 and into Canada in 1991 for biocontrol of Leafy Spurge (Euphorbia esula). Its current population status is uncertain. Winston et al. 2014.
  • 2626.5: Chamaesphecia empiformis (Esper, 1783) was introduced from Europe into the USA in 1970 for biocontrol of Cypress Spurge (Euphorbia cyparissias L.). Its current population status is uncertain. Harris 1984:163-165, Winston et al. 2014.
  • 2626.6: Chamaesphecia astatiformis (Herrich-Schäffer, 1846) was introduced from Europe into the Canada in 1993 for biocontrol of Leafy Spurge (Euphorbia esula). Its current population status is uncertain. Winston et al. 2014.
  • 2628.1: Anthophila fabriciana (Linnaeus, 1767) corrects the previous spelling of fabriciania at MPG.
  • 2628.2: Anthophila plenicarinata Heppner, 2011, n. sp., Lepidoptera Novae, 4: 11-18.
  • 2640: Caloreas multimarginata (Braun, 1925) includes as a synonym 2640.1 Caloreas melanifera (Keifer, 1937) in the 1983 Hodges Checklist. Powell & Opler (1996:122) treated Caloreas melanifera as a species but comment that C. melanifera, multimarginata, leucobasis, and augustella may be a single widespread species.
  • 2640.1: Caloreas melanifera (Keifer, 1937) is a synonym of 2640 Caloreas multimarginata (Braun, 1925) in the 1983 Hodges Checklist. Powell & Opler (1996:122) treated Caloreas melanifera as a species but comment that C. melanifera, multimarginata, leucobasis, and augustella may be a single widespread species.
  • 2652.1: Choreutis myllerana of authors not Fabricius, 1794 refers to an undescribed species. It is likely Prochoreutis epichoris, an unpublished manuscript name by Heppner.
  • 2653.1: Tortyra iocyaneus Heppner, 1991, n. sp., Trop. Lepid., v. 2, no. 1, p. 73-78.
  • 2654: Formerly in the genus Hemerophila, Zoologica Scripta. 41: 536-546.
  • 2663.1: Givira delindae Metzler, 2017, n. sp., ZooKeys, 655: 141-156.
  • 2695: Formerly is transferred from the genus Miacora back to Toronia, Zoöl. Verh. 263: 1-295.
  • 2696: Formerly is transferred from the genus Miacora back to Toronia, Zoöl. Verh. 263: 1-295.
  • 2699.1: Psychonoctua masoni (Schaus, 1892) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 2700:
  • 2700.1: Morpheis clenchi Donahue, 1980, n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc., v. 34, no. 2, p. 173-181.
  • 2701.1: Episimus guiana (Busck, 1913) is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 2701.2: Episimus transferrana (Walker, 1863) is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 2702.1: Episimus burserae Heppner, 1994 n. sp., Holarctic Lepidoptera, v. 1, p. 83-107.
  • 2702.2: Episimus kimballi Heppner, 1994 n. sp., Holarctic Lepidoptera, v. 1, p. 83-107.
  • 2702.3: Episimus nesoites Walsingham, 1897 is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 2702.4: Episimus lagunculariae Heppner, 1994 n. sp., Holarctic Lepidoptera, v. 1, p. 83-107.
  • 2704.1: Cryptaspasma bipenicilla Brown & Brown, 2004 n. sp., Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash., v. 106, no. 2, p. 288-297.
  • 2704.2: Cryptaspasma lugubris (Felder & Rogenhofer, 1875) is now recognized within the North American fauna, Arthropods of Florida and Neighboring Land Areas, 17: 318.
  • 2707.1: Bactra miwok Powell, 1997 n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 51: 131.
  • 2729.5: Lobesiodes euphorbiana (Freyer, 1842) was introduced from Europe into the Canada in 1983 for biocontrol of Leafy Spurge (Euphorbia esula) and in 1991 for biocontrol of Cypress Spurge (Euphorbia cyparissias L.). Has become established in MB. McClay et al. 1995, Winston et al. 2014.
  • 2738: Includes as a synonym Olethreutes daeckiana (Kearfott, 1907) [2739].
  • 2739: Olethreutes daeckiana (Kearfott, 1907) is a synonym of 2738.00 Endothenia hebesana (Walker, 1863)
  • 2743: Endothenia nubilana (Clemens, 1865) includes as a synonym Endothenia quadrimaculana of authors (not Haworth, [1811]).
  • 2743.1: Endothenia quadrimaculana (Haworth, [1811]) is now recognized within the North American fauna, discovered in NA by Pohl et al. (in prep.), in their work on the Lepidoptera of Canada and AK.
  • 2751: Rosaschreana in original description, 1907, Trans. Am. Ent. Soc. 33:11. Listed as rosaochreana (1983).
  • 2757.1: Apotomis trifida Adamski, 1986 n. sp., Can. Ent., v. 118, p. 649-689.
  • 2762: Aphania strigosa (Heinrich, 1926) is a synonym of 2759 Apotomis tertiana (McDunnough, 1922).
  • 2765.1: Apotomis coloradensis Adamski, 1986 n. sp., Can. Ent., v. 118, p. 649-689.
  • 2766: Aphania dextrana (McDunnough, 1923) is a synonym of 2768 Apotomis removana (Kearfott, 1907)
  • 2767.1: Apotomis spurinfida Adamski, 1986 n. sp., Can. Ent., v. 118, p. 649-689.
  • 2768.1: Apotomis betuletana (Haworth, [1811]) is removed from the list. This species appears to have been added based on specimens identified at BOLD which have apparently been reassigned to 2764 Apotomis apateticana (McDunnough, 1922).
  • 2778:
  • 2783: Olethreutes diallacta (Meyrick, 1932) replaces Olethreutes zelleriana (Fernald, 1875).
  • 2789: was a number omitted in the 1983 Checklist.
  • 2798: Olethreutes betulana (Heinrich 1926) is a synonym of 2783 Olethreutes diallacta (Meyrick, 1932).
  • 2799.1: Olethreutes mysteriana Miller, 1979 n. sp., Ann. Ent. Soc. Am. 72: 235.
  • 2831: Pristerognatha agilana (Clemens, 1860) is raised from synonymy with Pristerognatha fuligana ([Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775), a European species not found in North America, to full species status, Proc. Entom. Soc. Wash., 87: 413.
  • 2831.1: Argyroploce externa (Eversmann, 1844) was first recognized within the North American fauna under its synonym, 2831.1 A. dalecarliana, by Jalava and Miller (1998). This synonymy was made by Nedoshivina (2007), Nota Lepidopterologica 30 (1): 100.
  • 2831.2: Argyroploce aquilonana Karvonen, 1932 is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 2833: Formerly in the genus Olethreutes.
  • 2833.1: Phiaris bipunctana (Fabricius, 1794) is now recognized within the North American fauna, Zootaxa, 3749(1): 41.
  • 2836: Olethreutes constellatana (Zeller, 1875) is a synonym of 2838 Olethreutes coruscana (Clemens, 1860).
  • 2838: The former 2836 - Olethreutes constellatana is now a synonym of this species.
  • 2838.1: Olethreutes ferrolineana (Walker, 1863) is elevated from synonymy of 2838 Olethreutes coruscana.
  • 2839: Olethreutes metallica (Hübner, 1796) replaces 2839 Olethreutes puncticostana of authors (not Walker, 1863).
  • 2841: Olethreutes kennethana (McDunnough, 1941) is a synonym of 2840 Olethreutes nordeggana (McDunnough, 1922)
  • 2847.1: (in Heppner 2007) is Olethreutes andomedana, here listed as 2752 Zomaria andromedana (as in Hodges, Brown et al.).
  • 2847.2: (in Heppner 2007) is Olethreutes rosaochreana, here listed as 2751 Zomaria rosaochreana (as in Hodges, Brown et al.).
  • 2851: Olethreutes turfosana (Herrich-Schäffer, 1851) replaces Olethreutes intermistana (Clemens, 1865).
  • 2858.1: Olethreutes exaridanus Kuznetsov, 1991 n. sp., Nota Lepid. 14: 202.
  • 2858.2: Olethreutes palustrana (Lienig & Zeller, 1846) is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 2858.3: Selenodes concretana Wocke, 1862 is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 2859:
  • 2860: Formerly in the genus Metendothenia.
  • 2860.1: Metendothenia atropunctana (Zetterstedt, 1840) is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 2864.1: Hedya salicella (L., 1758) is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 2879.1: Rhyacionia granti Miller, 1985 n. sp., Great Lakes Ent. 18: 120.
  • 2887.1: Rhyacionia duplana (Hübner, 1811) is removed. North American records were either misidentified or lack verification.
  • 2888.2: Jerapowellia burnsorum Miller, 1995 n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 49: 26.
  • 2891: Retinia virginiana (Busck, 1914) includes as a synonym Retinia wenzeli (Kearfott, 1910), nomen nudum, not published as a new species with a valid description and therefore an invalid name, Agricultural Experiment Station. Memoir. 68: 439.
  • 2895: Retinia luculentana (Heinrich, 1920) is a synonym of 2894 Retinia metallica (Busck, 1914).
  • 2898.1: Retinia mafica (Miller, 1978) n. sp., Ann. Ent. Soc. Am. 71: 336.
  • 2904: Barbara ulteriorana (Heinrich, 1920) is a synonym of 2905 Barbara mappana Freeman, 1941.
  • 2905: Barbara mappana Freeman, 1941 includes as a synonym 2904 Barbara ulteriorana (Heinrich, 1920)
  • 2906.1: Spilonota laricana (Heinemann, 1863) is now recognized within the North American fauna, Fabreries. 27(1): 1-46.
  • 2908: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2909: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2910: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2911: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2912: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2913: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2914: Phaneta roseoterminana (Kearfott, 1907) is a synonym of 2913 Phaneta umbrastriana (Kearfott, 1907).
  • 2915: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2916: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2917: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2918: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2918.1: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2919: Eucosma annetteana (Kearfott, 1907), formerly placed in Phaneta, includes as a synonym 2920 Phaneta scotiana (McDunnough, 1958), Jour. Lepid. Soc. 68(2): 85-100; Zootaxa. 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2920: Phaneta scotiana (McDunnough, 1958) is a synonym of 2919 Eucosma annetteana (Kearfott, 1907), Jour. Lepid. Soc. 68(2): 85-100; Zootaxa. 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2920.1: Eucosma millerana Wright & Brown, 2014, n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc. 68(2): 85-100.
  • 2920.2: Eucosma litorea Wright & Brown, 2014, n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc. 68(2): 85-100.
  • 2921: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2922: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2923: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2924: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2925: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2926: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2927: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2928: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2929: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2930: Phaneta perfuscana (Heinrich, 1923) is a synonym of 2937 Phaneta parmatana (Clemens, 1860).
  • 2931: Phaneta crispana (Clemens, 1865) is a synonym of 2937 Phaneta parmatana (Clemens, 1860).
  • 2932: Phaneta alterana (Heinrich, 1923) is a synonym of 2937 Phaneta parmatana (Clemens, 1860).
  • 2933: Eucosma marmontana (Kearfott, 1907) is a synonym of 2937 Eucosma parmatana (Clemens, 1860), Wright & Gilligan, 2015:82.
  • 2934: Phaneta sinestrigana (McDunnough, 1938) is a synonym of 2937 Phaneta parmatana (Clemens, 1860).
  • 2935: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2936: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2937: Eucosma parmatana (Clemens, 1860), formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa. 3746(2): 301-337, includes as a synonym 2933 Eucosma marmontana (Kearfott, 1907), Wright & Gilligan, 2015:82, and 2931 Phaneta crispana, a phenotype that may show much orange coloration.
  • 2938: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2939: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2940: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2941: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2941.1: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2942: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Wright & Gilligan, 2015.
  • 2943: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2943.1: Eucosma metzleri Wright, 2014, n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc. 68(3): 191-196.
  • 2944: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2944.1: Eucosma mayelisana (Blanchard, 1979), n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 33: 209, was formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2945: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2946: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2947: Eucosma influana (Heinrich, 1923), formerly in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337, includes as a synonym Phaneta musetta Blanchard & Knudson, 1983, Wright & Gilligan, 2015:93.
  • 2947.1: Phaneta musetta Blanchard & Knudson, 1983 is a synonym of 2947 Eucosma influana (Heinrich, 1923), Wright & Gilligan, 2015:93.
  • 2948: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Wright & Gilligan, 2015.
  • 2949: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2950: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2951: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2951.1: Eucosma hohenwartiana ([Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775) is now recognized within the North American fauna, Zootaxa, 3571: 1-25.
  • 2952: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2953: Eucosma rupestrana (McDunnough, 1925), formerly in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337, includes as a synonym Phaneta vernalana (McDunnough, 1942), Wright & Gilligan, 2015:74.
  • 2954: Phaneta vernalana (McDunnough, 1942) is a synonym of 2953 Eucosma rupestrana (McDunnough, 1925), Wright & Gilligan, 2015:74.
  • 2955: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2956: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2957: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2957.1: Formerly in the genus Phaneta, n. sp., Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2958: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2959: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2960: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2960.1: Formerly in the genus Phaneta, n. sp., Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2961: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2962: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2963: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2964: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2965: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2966: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2967: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2968: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2969: Eucosma indagatricana (Heinrich, 1923), formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337, includes as a synonym 2969.1 Phaneta verecundana Blanchard, 1979, Wright, D.J. 2010. J. Lepid. Soc. 64(3): 120.
  • 2969.1: Phaneta verecundana Blanchard, 1979 n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 33: 210. This is now a synonym of 2969 Eucosma indagatricana, J. Lepid. Soc. 64(3): 120.
  • 2969.2: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2969.3: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2969.4: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2969.5: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2969.6: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2969.7: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2969.8: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2970: Eucosma argenticostana (Walsingham, 1879) is a synonym of 2971 Eucosma spiculana (Zeller, 1875), Wright & Gilligan, 2015:63.
  • 2971: Eucosma spiculana (Zeller, 1875), formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337, includes as a synonym 2970 Phaneta argenticostana (Walsingham, 1879), Wright & Gilligan, 2015:63.
  • 2971.1: Eucosma fulvotegulana Wright & Gilligan, 2015, n. sp., Wright & Gilligan, 2015:64.
  • 2971.2: Eucosma pecosana Wright & Gilligan, 2015, n. sp., Wright & Gilligan, 2015:65.
  • 2972: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2972.1: Eucosma salidana Wright & Gilligan, 2015, n. sp., Wright & Gilligan, 2015:60.
  • 2973: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2973.1: Eucosma occidentalis (Heinrich, 1923), formerly a subspecies of 2973 Eucosma striatana (Clemens, 1860), is elevated to species status, Wright & Gilligan, 2015:55.
  • 2974: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2975: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Wright & Gilligan, 2015.
  • 2976: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2976.1: Eucosma patagoniana Wright, 2014, n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc. 68(3): 191-196.
  • 2977: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2978: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2979: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2980: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2981: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2982: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2983: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2984: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2985: Eucosma infimbriana (Dyar, 1904) was formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2986: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2987: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2988: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2989: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2990: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2991: Eucosma segregata (Heinrich, 1924), formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337, includes as a synonym 2992 Phaneta castrensis (McDunnough, 1929), Wright & Gilligan, 2015:42
  • 2992: 2992 Phaneta castrensis (McDunnough, 1929) is a synonym of 2991 Eucosma segregata (Heinrich, 1924), Wright & Gilligan, 2015:42.
  • 2993: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2993.1: Eucosma calderana Wright & Gilligan, 2015, n. sp., Wright & Gilligan, 2015:45.
  • 2993.2: Eucosma fulvofasciata Wright & Gilligan, 2015, n. sp., Wright & Gilligan, 2015:46.
  • 2993.3: Eucosma robertsoni Wright & Gilligan, 2015, n. sp., Wright & Gilligan, 2015:46.
  • 2994: Eucosma montanana (Walsingham, 1884), formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337, includes as a synonym 3002.1 Phaneta clarkei (Blanchard & Knudson, 1983), Wright & Gilligan, 2015:72
  • 2995: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2996: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2996.1: Eucosma cruentana (Blanchard & Knudson, 1981), n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 35: 169., was formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2997: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2997.1: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2998: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2998.1: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2999: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 2999.1: Eucosma knudsoni Wright & Gilligan, 2015, n. sp., Wright & Gilligan, 2015:88.
  • 3000: Phaneta imbridana (Fernald, 1905) is a synonym of 2927 Phaneta ochrocephala (Walsingham, 1895).
  • 3000.1: Eucosma sableana Wright & Gilligan, 2015, n. sp., Wright & Gilligan, 2015:87.
  • 3001: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3002: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3002.1: Phaneta clarkei Blanchard & Knudson is a synonym of 2994 Eucosma montanana (Walsingham, 1884), Wright & Gilligan, 2015:72
  • 3003: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3004: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3004.1: Eucosma ambodaidaleia (Miller, 1983), n. sp., Ann. Ent. Soc. Am. 76: 101, was formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3004.2: Eucosma canusana (Wright, 1997) n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 51: 122, was formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3005: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3005.1: Eucosma argutipunctana (Blanchard & Knudson, 1983) n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 37: 143, was formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3005.2: Eucosma linitipunctana (Blanchard & Knudson, 1983) n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 37: 140, was formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3005.3: Eucosma alabamae Wright & Gilligan, 2015, n. sp., Wright & Gilligan, 2015:52
  • 3006: Formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3007: Eucosma southamptonensis (Heinrich, 1935), formerly placed in the genus Phaneta, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337, includes as a synonym 3148 Eucosma urnigera Meyrick, 1937, Wright & Gilligan, 2015:103.
  • 3008: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3009: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3009.1: Pelochrista fritillana (Blanchard & Knudson, 1981) n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 35: 170, was formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3009.2: Pelochrista guttulana (Blanchard, 1980) n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 32: 214, was formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3010: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3011: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3011.1: Pelochrista aurilineana (Ferris, 2005) n.sp., Zootaxa 806: 2, was formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3012: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3013: Pelochrista canariana (Kearfott, 1907) was formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3014: Pelochrista ridingsana (Robinson, 1869), formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337, includes as a synonym 3017 Pelochrista magnidicana (Heinrich, 1923), MONA Fascicle 9.5: 78.
  • 3014.1: Pelochrista griselda (Blanchard & Knudson, 1982) n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 35: 173, was formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3014.2: Pelochrista argentifurcatana (Grote, 1876), treated as a synonym of 3014 Pelochrista ridingsana (Robinson, 1869) in the Hodges 1983 Checklist, is raised to full species status, MONA Fascicle 9.5: 80.
  • 3015: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3016: Pelochrista betana (McDunnough, 1942) is a synonym of 3063 Pelochrista immaculana (Kearfott, 1907), MONA Fascicle 9.5: 82.
  • 3017: Pelochrista magnidicana (Heinrich, 1923) is a synonym of 3014 Pelochrista ridingsana (Robinson, 1869), MONA Fascicle 9.5: 78.
  • 3018: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3019: Eucosma gandana (Kearfott, 1907) is a synonym of 3012 Eucosma fandana (Kearfott, 1907).
  • 3020: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3021: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3022: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3023: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3023.1: Pelochrista atascosana (Blanchard, 1980) n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 33: 212, was formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3024: Pelochrista gilletteana (Dyar, 1903) is a synonym of 3014 Pelochrista ridingsana (Robinson, 1869), MONA Fascicle 9.5: 27.
  • 3025: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3026: Pelochrista agassizii (Robinson, 1869), formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337, includes as a synonym 3024 Pelochrista gilletteana (Dyar, 1903), MONA Fascicle 9.5: 27. This species was previously listed erroneously at MPG as a synonym of Eucosma aemulana (Schlager, 1849).
  • 3027: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3028: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3029: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3030: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3031: Pelochrista serpentana (Walsingham, 1895), formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337, includes as a synonym 3032 Pelochrista ophionana (McDunnough, 1925), MONA Fascicle 9.5: 149.
  • 3032: Pelochrista ophionana (McDunnough, 1925) is a synonym of 3031 Pelochrista serpentana (Walsingham, 1895), MONA Fascicle 9.5: 149.
  • 3033: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3034: Pelochrista langstoni (Powell, 1963) is a synonym of Pelochrista russeola (Heinrich, 1929) 3056, MONA Fascicle 9.5: 42.
  • 3035: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3036: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3037: Pelochrista agricolana (Walsingham, 1879), formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337, includes as synonyms 3038 P. smithiana (Walsingham, 1895), 3039 P. barbara (Miller, 1974) and the subspecies P. argentialbana britana (McDunnough, 1927), MONA Fascicle 9.5: 37-39.
  • 3037.1: Pelochrista argentialbana (Walsingham, 1879), treated as a subspecies of 3037 Pelochrista agricolana (Walsingham, 1879) in the Hodges 1983 Checklist, is raised to full species status. The subspecies Pelochrista argentialbana britana (McDunnough, 1927) is now as synonym of 3037 Pelochrista agricolana (Walsingham, 1879). MONA Fascicle 9.5: 37-39.
  • 3038: Pelochrista smithiana (Walsingham, 1895) is a synonym of 3037 Pelochrista agricolana (Walsingham, 1879), MONA Fascicle 9.5: 37.
  • 3039: Pelochrista barbara (Miller, 1974) is a synonym of 3037 Pelochrista agricolana (Walsingham, 1879), MONA Fascicle 9.5: 37.
  • 3040: Pelochrista costastrigulana (Kearfott, 1907) is a synonym of 3041 Pelochrista comatulana (Zeller, 1875), MONA Fascicle 9.5: 49.
  • 3041: Pelochrista comatulana (Zeller, 1875), formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337, includes as synonyms 3040 P. costastrigulana (Kearfott, 1907), 3041.1 P. pediasios (Miller, 1985), 3041.2 P. rindgei (Miller, 1985) and 3041.3 P. austrina (Miller, 1985), MONA Fascicle 9.5: 49.
  • 3041.1: Pelochrista pediasios (Miller, 1985), recently described as as new species, Ann. Ent. Soc. Am. 78: 241, is now a synonym of 3041 000, MONA Fascicle 9.5: 49.
  • 3041.2: Pelochrista rindgei (Miller, 1985), recently described as as new species, Ann. Ent. Soc. Am. 78: 243, is a synonym of 3041 Pelochrista comatulana (Zeller, 1875), MONA Fascicle 9.5: 49.
  • 3041.3: Pelochrista austrina (Miller, 1985), recently described as as new species, Ann. Ent. Soc. Am. 78: 243, is a synonym of 3041 Pelochrista comatulana (Zeller, 1875), MONA Fascicle 9.5: 49.
  • 3041.4: Pelochrista crabtreei Wright, 2014, n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc. 68(3): 191-196.
  • 3042: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3043: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3043.1: Pelochrista kimballi Wright & Gilligan, 2017, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 9.5: 45.
  • 3044: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3045: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3047: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3048: Eucosma uta (Clarke, 1953) is a synonym of 3122 Eucosma wandana Kearfott, 1907.
  • 3049: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3050: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3050.1: Pelochrista polingana Wright & Gilligan, 2017, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 9.5: 55.
  • 3050.2: Pelochrista comancheana Wright & Gilligan, 2017, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 9.5: 56.
  • 3052.1: Eucosma gemellana Heinrich, 1923, raised from status as ssp. of 3052 Eucosma circulana (Hübner, 1823), Zootaxa. 3630 (3): 497.
  • 3052.2: Eucosma paragemellana Gilligan & Wright, 2013 is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 3053: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3054: Eucosma perdricana (Walsingham, 1879) is a synonym of 3059 Eucosma irroratana (Walsingham, 1879).
  • 3054.1: Pelochrista kandana (Kearfott, 1907) is elevated from synonymy of 3054 Eucosma perdricana in Wright (2007) and transferred to the genus Pelochrista in Gilligan, T.M. & D.J. Wright, 2013.
  • 3055: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3056: Pelochrista russeola (Heinrich, 1929), formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337, includes as a synonym 3034 Pelochrista langstoni (Powell, 1963), MONA Fascicle 9.5: 42.
  • 3057: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3057.1: Pelochrista lynxana Wright, 2015, sp. n., Jour. Lepid. Soc. 69(1): 63-72.
  • 3058: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3058.1: Pelochrista murina Wright & Gilligan, 2017, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 9.5: 135.
  • 3059: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3060: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3061: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3061.1: Pelochrista curlewensis (Wright, 2007) n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 61: 84, was formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3061.2: Pelochrista aurantiaca Wright & Gilligan, 2017, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 9.5: 137.
  • 3062: Eucosma sepulchrana Meyrick 1926 is a synonym of 3104 Eucosma mediostriata.
  • 3063: Pelochrista immaculana (Kearfott, 1907), formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337, includes as a synonym 3016 Pelochrista betana (McDunnough, 1942), MONA Fascicle 9.5: 82.
  • 3064: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3065: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3066: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3067: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3068: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3069: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3070: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3071: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3072: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3073: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3074: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3075: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3076: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3077: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3078: Eucosma grotiana (Kearfott, 1908) is a synonym of 3091 Eucosma matutina (Grote, 1873).
  • 3079: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3080: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3081: Pelochrista dodana (Kearfott, 1907), formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337, includes as a synonym 3082 Pelochrista fofana (Kearfott, 1907), MONA Fascicle 9.5: 152.
  • 3082: Pelochrista fofana (Kearfott, 1907) is a synonym of 3081 Pelochrista dodana (Kearfott, 1907), MONA Fascicle 9.5: 152.
  • 3083: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3084: Eucosma sperryana (McDunnough, 1942) is a synonym of 3087 Eucosma snyderana Kearfott, 1907.
  • 3085: Pelochrista eburata (Heinrich, 1929), formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337, includes as a synonym 3102 Pelochrista williamsi (Powell, 1963), MONA Fascicle 9.5: 89.
  • 3086: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3086.1: Pelochrista sullivani Wright, 2015, sp. n., Jour. Lepid. Soc. 69(1): 63-72.
  • 3087: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3088: Pelochrista emaciatana (Walsingham, 1884) includes as a synonym 3158 Pelochrista perpropinqua (Heinrich, 1929), J. Lepid. Soc. 2005, 59:3, p. 121-133.
  • 3089: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3089.1: Pelochrista piperata (Wright, 2005) n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 51: 119, was formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3089.2: Pelochrista nordini (Wright, 2005) n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 51: 119, was formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3089.3: Pelochrista taosana (Wright, 2005)n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 51: 119, was formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3090: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3091: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3091.1: Pelochrista notialis (Miller, 1985) n. sp., Ann. Ent. Soc. Am. 78: 244, was formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3092: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3093: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3093.1: Pelochrista rufula Wright & Gilligan, 2017, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 9.5: 52.
  • 3094: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3094.1: Pelochrista opleri Wright & Gilligan, 2017, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 9.5: 160.
  • 3095: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3096: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3097: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3101: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3102: Pelochrista williamsi (Powell, 1963) is a synonym of 3085 Pelochrista eburata (Heinrich, 1929), MONA Fascicle 9.5: 89.
  • 3103: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3104: Eucosma mediostriata is moved to Pelochrista by Wright, 2008, J. Lepid. Soc. 62(4), p. 221.
  • 3105: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Wright & Gilligan, 2015.
  • 3106: Pelochrista bactrana (Heinrich, 1923), formerly treated as a synonym of P. abstemia (Meyrick, 1932) in the 1983 Hodges Checklist (preocc. by Kennel, 1901), is rendered the valid name, MONA Fascicle 9.5: 153.
  • 3106.1: Pelochrista bactrana (Heinrich, 1923), treated as a synonym of 3106 Pelochrista abstemia (Meyrick, 1932) in the Hodges 1983 Checklist, is raised to full species status, MONA Fascicle 9.5: 153.
  • 3107: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3108: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3109: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3110: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Wright & Gilligan, 2015.
  • 3111: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3111.1: Pelochrista arizonae Wright & Gilligan, 2017, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 9.5: 145.
  • 3112: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3113: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Wright & Gilligan, 2015.
  • 3116: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3116.1: Pelochrista similiana (Clemens, 1860) is elevated from subsp. of 3116 Eucosma dorsisignatana. This species was formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3116.2: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3116.3: Pelochrista wagneri Wright & Gilligan, 2017, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 9.5: 142.
  • 3117: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3118: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3119: Pelochrista juncticiliana (Walsingham, 1879), formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337, includes as a synonym 3121 Pelochrista excusabilis (Heinrich, 1923), MONA Fascicle 9.5: 129.
  • 3120: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3121: Pelochrista excusabilis (Heinrich, 1923) is a synonym of 3119 Pelochrista juncticiliana (Walsingham, 1879), MONA Fascicle 9.5: 129.
  • 3122: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3123: Epiblema mandana (Kearfott, 1907), formerly a synonym of 3041 Eucosma comatulana, has been elevated back to species status. Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3124: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa. 3746(2): 329.
  • 3125.1: Eucosma haydenae Wright, 2006 n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 60: 161-164.
  • 3125.2: Eucosma paregoria Brown, 2014, n. sp., Zootaxa, 3860(3): 226-234.
  • 3126: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3128: Pelochrista pandana (Kearfott, 1907), formerly in the genus Eucosma, is a synonym of 3129 Pelochrista fiskeana (Kearfott, 1905), Jour. Lepid. Soc. 69(1): 63-72.
  • 3129: Pelochrista fiskeana (Kearfott, 1905), formerly in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337, includes as a synonym 3128 Eucosma pandana (Kearfott, 1907), Jour. Lepid. Soc. 69(1): 63-72.
  • 3130: Pelochrista nuntia (Heinrich, 1929) is a synonym of 3162 Pelochrista corosana (Walsingham, 1884), MONA Fascicle 9.5: 110.
  • 3131: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3132: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3132.1: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3132.2: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3132.3: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3132.4: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3132.5: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3132.6: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3132.7: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3132.8: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3133: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3134: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Wright & Gilligan, 2015.
  • 3135: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3136: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Wright & Gilligan, 2015.
  • 3137: Pelochrista biquadrana (Walsingham, 1879), formerly in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337, includes as synonyms 3159 Pelochrista tahoensis (Heinrich, 1923) and 3163 Pelochrista palousana (Kearfott, 1907), Jour. Lepid. Soc.: 229.
  • 3138: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3138.1: [Eucosmini-unplaced] sierrae (Blanchard & Knudson, 1983) n. sp., Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash. 85: 850, was formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Wright & Gilligan, 2015.
  • 3138.2: Pelochrista diabolana (Blanchard, 1980) n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 33: 214, was formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3139: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3141: Pelochrista canana (Walsingham, 1879), formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337, includes as a synonyms 3164 P. expolitana (Heinrich, 1923) and 3166 P. metariana (Heinrich, 1923), MONA Fascicle 9.5: 93.
  • 3141.1: Pelochrista artesiana Wright & Gilligan, 2017, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 9.5: 49.
  • 3141.2: Pelochrista erema Wright & Gilligan, 2017, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 9.5: 95.
  • 3142: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3143: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3143.1: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3143.2: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3143.3: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3143.4: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3143.5: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3143.6: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3143.7: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3143.8: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3143.9: Pelochrista fremonti Wright & Gilligan, 2017, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 9.5: 75.
  • 3145: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Wright & Gilligan, 2015.
  • 3146: Formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa. 3746(2): 329.
  • 3147: Epinotia petalonota (Meyrick, 1937) is a synonym of 3280 Epinotia trigonella (Linnaeus, 1758).
  • 3148: Eucosma urnigera Meyrick, 1937 is a synonym of 3007 Eucosma southamptonensis (Heinrich, 1935), Wright & Gilligan, 2015:103.
  • 3148.1: Pelochrista salaciana (Blanchard & Knudson, 1981) n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 35: 176., was formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3148.2: Pelochrista rosaocellana (Knudson, [1987]) n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 40: 322, was formerly placed in the genus Eucosma, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3149.1: Pelochrista gelattana Wright, 2007 n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 61: 121.
  • 3150: Pelochrista idahoana (Kearfott, 1907) is a synonym of 3149 Pelochrista argenteana (Walsingham, 1895).
  • 3152.1: Pelochrista chiricahuae Wright & Gilligan, 2017, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 9.5: 158.
  • 3156: [Eucosmini-unplaced] occipitana (Zeller, 1875) was redescribed and transferred to Eucosma by Wright, 2008, J. Lepid. Soc. 62(4), p. 217 and then reassigned to [Eucosmini-unplaced], Wright & Gilligan, 2013.
  • 3157.1: Pelochrista ainsliei Wright, 2008 n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 62(4), p. 222.
  • 3157.2: Pelochrista kingi Wright, 2008 n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 62(4), p. 225.
  • 3157.3: Pelochrista richersana Wright, 2014, n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc. 68(3): 191-196.
  • 3158: Pelochrista perpropinqua (Heinrich, 1929) is a synonym of 3088 Pelochrista emaciatana (Walsingham, 1884), J. Lepid. Soc. 2005, 59:3, p. 121-133.
  • 3159: Pelochrista tahoensis (Heinrich, 1923) is a synonym of Eucosma biquadrana (Walsingham, 1879), Jour. Lepid. Soc. 62(4): 229.
  • 3160.1: Pelochrista gilligani Wright, 2008 n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 62(4), p. 227.
  • 3161.1: Pelochrista fuscostriata Wright, 2008 n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 62(4), p. 228.
  • 3161.2: Pelochrista collilonga Blanchard & Knudson, 1984 n. sp., Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash. 86: 446.
  • 3162: Pelochrista corosana (Walsingham, 1884) includes as a synonym 3130 Pelochrista nuntia (Heinrich, 1929), MONA Fascicle 9.5: 110.
  • 3163: Pelochrista palousana (Kearfott, 1907) is a synonym of Eucosma biquadrana (Walsingham, 1879), Jour. Lepid. Soc. 62(4): 229.
  • 3164: Pelochrista expolitana (Heinrich, 1923) is a synonym of 3141 P. canana (Walsingham, 1879), MONA Fascicle 9.5: 93.
  • 3166: Pelochrista metariana (Heinrich, 1923) is a synonym of 3141 P. canana (Walsingham, 1879), MONA Fascicle 9.5:93.
  • 3168.1: Pelochrista olivacea Wright & Gilligan, 2017, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 9.5: 100.
  • 3168.2: Pelochrista flava Wright & Gilligan, 2017, n. sp., MONA Fascicle 9.5: 101.
  • 3170.1: Pelochrista powelli Wright 2005 n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 59:3 p. 132.
  • 3170.2: Pelochrista milleri Wright, 2007 n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 61: 84.
  • 3170.3: Pelochrista medullana (Staudinger, 1879) is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 3174.1: Epiblema luctuosissima Blanchard, 1985 n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 38: 245.
  • 3174.2: Epiblema chromata Miller, 1985 n. sp., Great Lakes Ent. 18(1): 35.
  • 3182: Formerly in the genus Epiblema, Zootaxa, 3746(2): 301-337.
  • 3184.1: Epiblema glenni Wright, 2002 n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 56: 279.
  • 3187: Phaneta kennebecana (Kearfott, 1907) is a synonym of 2937 Phaneta parmatana (Clemens, 1860).
  • 3194.1: Epiblema deverrae Brown, 1991 n. sp., Pan-Pacific Entomologist, v. 67, p. 107-114.
  • 3199: Epiblema naoma (Clarke, 1953) is a synonym of 3198 Epiblema iowana McDunnough, 1935.
  • 3200.1: Epiblema simploniana (Duponchel, 1835) is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 3207.2: Epiblema gibsoni Wright & Covell, 2003 n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 57: 233.
  • 3208: Notocelia rosaecolana (Doubleday, 1850) replaces 3208 Notocelia trimaculana which is extralimital.
  • 3208.1: Notocelia cynosbatella (Linnaeus, 1758) is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 3217.1: Suleima mendaciana Blanchard & Knudson 1983 n. sp., Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash. 85: 848.
  • 3218.1: Sonia paraplesiana Blanchard, 1979 n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 33: 184.
  • 3222.1: Sonia divaricata Miller, 1990 n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 44: 88.
  • 3229.1: Gypsonoma nitidulana (Zeller, 1846) is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 3229.2: Gypsonoma aceriana (Duponchel, 1842) is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 3249: Pseudexentera caryana (McDunnough, 1940) is a synonym of 3246 Pseudexentera cressoniana (Clemens, 1864).
  • 3252.1: Pseudexentera sepia Miller, 1986 n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 40: 222.
  • 3252.2: Pseudexentera oreios Miller, 1986 n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 40: 226.
  • 3253.3: Pseudexentera knudsoni Miller, 1986 n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 40: 224.
  • 3254.1: Pseudexentera vaccinii Miller, 1986 n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 40: 232.
  • 3257.1: Pseudexentera hodsoni Miller, 1986 n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 40: 223.
  • 3266: Gretchena obsoletana Brown, 1982 replaces Gretchena biangulana of authors.
  • 3266.1: Gretchena nymphana Blanchard & Knudson, 1983 n. sp., Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash., 85: 851.
  • 3269: Epinotia radicana (Heinrich, 1923) was moved from Griselda.
  • 3274.2: Crocidosema longipalpana (Möschler, 1891) includes as a synonym 3274.5 Crocidosema litchivora Baixeras, 2002, World Catalogue of Insects. Vol. 5: 1-741.
  • 3274.5: Crocidosema litchivora Baixeras, 2002 is a synonym of 3274.2 C. longipalpana, World Catalogue of Insects. Vol. 5: 1-741.
  • 3276: Rhopobota naevana (Hübner, 1814) replaces Rhopobota unipunctana (Haworth, 1811).
  • 3280: Epinotia trigonella (Linnaeus, 1758) replaces 3280 Epinotia stroemiana (Fabricius, 1781) and includes as a synonym 3147 Epinotia petalonota (Meyrick, 1937).
  • 3283.1: Epinotia abbreviana (Fabricius, 1794) is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 3285: Epinotia pulsatillana (Dyar, 1903) includes as a subspecies 3285.1 Epinotia siskiyouensis Heinrich, 1923.
  • 3285.1: Epinotia siskiyouensis Heinrich, 1923 is returned to being a subspecies of 3285 Epinotia pulsatillana (Dyar, 1903)
  • 3287: Formerly in the genus Epinotia.
  • 3291: Epinotia celtisana (Riley, 1881) replaces 3291 Epinotia laracana (Kearfott, 1907).
  • 3291.1: Epinotia sotipena Brown, 1986 n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc., v. 40, p. 327-346.
  • 3293: Epinotia atristriga (Clarke, 1953) is a synonym of 3294 Epinotia zandana (Kearfott, 1907).
  • 3307: Epinotia cinereana (Haworth, 1811) includes as a synonym 3307 Epinotia criddleana (Kearfott, 1907), Zootaxa. 3318: 1-25.
  • 3315.1: Epinotia huronensis Brown, 1980 n. sp., Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash., v. 82, p. 504-509.
  • 3316: Previously placed in the genus Epinotia.
  • 3323:
  • 3324: Epinotia crenana (Hübner, [1817]) is removed from the list (extralimital). This species is replaced by 3324.1 Epinotia columbia (Kearfott, 1904), formerly treated as a synonym E. crenana in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3324.1: Epinotia columbia (Kearfott, 1904) is elevated from synonymy of 3324 Epinotia crenana (extralimital), World Catalogue of Insects. Vol. 5: 1-741. Epinotia crenana (Hübner, [1817]) is extralimital.
  • 3332: Epinotia aporema (Walsingham, 1914) is moved to 3274.4 Crocidosema aporema.
  • 3333.1: Catastega spectra Brown, 1992 n. sp., Jour. N.Y. Ent. Soc., v. 100, no. 2, p. 209-227.
  • 3333.2: Catastega nebula Brown, 1992 n. sp., Jour. N.Y. Ent. Soc., v. 100, no. 2, p. 209-227.
  • 3333.3: Catastega strigatella Brown, 1992 n. sp., Jour. N.Y. Ent. Soc., v. 100, no. 2, p. 209-227.
  • 3333.4: Catastega triangulana Brown, 1992 n. sp., Jour. N.Y. Ent. Soc., v. 100, no. 2, p. 209-227.
  • 3333.5: Catastega adobe Brown, 1992 n. sp., Jour. N.Y. Ent. Soc., v. 100, no. 2, p. 209-227.
  • 3333.6: Catastega plicata Brown, 1992 n. sp., Jour. N.Y. Ent. Soc., v. 100, no. 2, p. 209-227.
  • 3350.1: Epinotia signiferana Heinrich, 1923 is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 3353.1: Epinotia salicicolana Kuznetsov, 1968 is now recognized within the North American fauna, Scudder et al. 2007.
  • 3355: Ancylis subaequana (Zeller, 1875) includes as a subspecies the former 3355.1 Ancylis fergusoni (McDunnough, 1958).
  • 3355.1: Ancylis fergusoni (McDunnough, 1958) is treated as a subspecies of 3355 Ancylis subaequana (Zeller, 1875) in Brown (2005), World Catalogue of Insects. Vol. 5: 1-741.
  • 3365: Ancylis spiraeifoliana (Clemens, 1860) corrects spelling of spireaeifoliana at MPG. The 1983 Hodges Checklist lists as a synonym spireaefoliana (Clemens, 1860), incorrect original spelling.
  • 3371: Ancylis rhodorana (McDunnough, 1954) corrects the spelling of Ancylis rhodorana in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3377.1: Ancylis cornifoliana (Riley, 1881) historically treated as a synonym 3377 Ancylis muricana is listed as a valid species at Tortricid.net, accessed 01 May 2017.
  • 3378: Ancylis uncella ([Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775) includes as a synonym 3378 Ancylis carbonana Heinrich, 1923, Zootaxa. 4178 (3): 356.
  • 3379: Ancylis diminuatana Kearfott, 1905, formerly listed as synonym of the extralimital species Ancylis diminutana (Haworth, 1811) in Heinrich (1923), erroneously listed in Hodges et al. (1983) as a misspelling of Ancylis diminutana, and listed as a synonym of the extralimital species Ancylis geminana (Donovan, 1806) in Brown (2005), is raised back to full species status, Zootaxa.4178 (3): 366.
  • 3379.1: Ancylis saliana Gilligan & Huemer, 2016, n. sp., Zootaxa. 4178 (3): 367.
  • 3380.2: Ancylis oregonensis Gilligan & Huemer, 2016, n. sp., Zootaxa. 4178 (3): 362.
  • 3388.1: Ancylis geminana (Donovan, 1806) is a synonym of 3379 Ancylis diminuatana Kearfott, 1905, Zootaxa.4178 (3): 366.
  • 3388.2: Ancylis myrtillana (Treitschke, 1830) is excluded by Pohl, et. al. (2016). Records require further verification.
  • 3388.3: Ancylis uncella is a duplicate of 3378 Ancylis uncella and is removed.
  • 3394: Hystrichophora asphodelana (Kearfott, 1907) is a synonym of 3391 Hystrichophora stygiana (Dyar, 1903).
  • 3395: Todd Gilligan (pers. comm., 07/2013) advises that there are at least two undescribed species forming a complex with H. taleana. It will require spread specimens and/or examination of genitalia to distinguish them. Descriptions of differencesd are not presently available. ~ B.P.
  • 3399.1: Eucosmomorpha albersana (Hübner, 1811) is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 3399.2: Eucosmomorpha nearctica Miller, 2001 n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 55: 83.
  • 3399.3: Enarmonia formosana (Scopoli, 1763) is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 3400.1:
  • 3401: Dichrorampha kana (Busck, 1906) is a synonym of 3404 Dichrorampha simulana (Clemens, 1860).
  • 3402: Dichrorampha capitana (Busck, 1906) is a synonym of 3404 Dichrorampha simulana (Clemens, 1860).
  • 3403: Dichrorampha britana (Busck, 1906) is a synonym of 3404 Dichrorampha simulana (Clemens, 1860).
  • 3405: Dichrorampha immaculata (McDunnough, 1946) is a synonym of 3406 Dichrorampha bittana (Busck, 1906).
  • 3408: Dichrorampha vancouverana McDunnough, 1935 includes as a synonym Dichrorampha gueneeana Obraztsov, 1953, Jour. Lepid. Soc. 53: 74-75.
  • 3414.1: Dichrorampha sapodilla Heppner, 1981 n. sp., Fla. Ent. 64: 271.
  • 3414.2: Dichrorampha manilkara Heppner, 1981 n. sp., Fla. Ent. 64: 274.
  • 3414.3: Dichrorampha broui Knudson, 1986 n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 40: 323.
  • 3414.4: Dichrorampha petiverella (Linnaeus, 1758) is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 3414.5: Dichrorampha odorata Brown & Zachariades, 2007 is now recognized within the North American fauna; found in FL in 2014, feeding on weeds (email from J Brown 2014).
  • 3414.6: Dichrorampha montanana (Duponchel, 1843) is now recognized within the North American fauna, discovered in NA by Pohl et al. (in prep.), in their work on the Lepidoptera of Canada and AK.
  • 3414.98: Dichrorampha gueneeana (Obratzsov, 1953) is a synonym of 3408 Dichrorampha vancouverana (McDunnough, 1935).
  • 3420: Pammene signifera (Heinrich, 1926) is a synonym of 3420 Pammene perstructana (Walker, 1863).
  • 3422.1: Pammene medioalbana Knudson, 1986 n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 40: 325.
  • 3438.1: Grapholita orbexilana Harrison, 2014 n. sp., Zootaxa. 3755 (3): 287-294
  • 3441.1: Grapholita hieroglyphana Blanchard & Knudson, 1984 n. sp., Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash. 86: 448.
  • 3443.1: Grapholita delineana (Walker, 1863) is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 3443.2: Grapholita aureolana (Tengström, 1848) is now recognized within the North American fauna, discovered in NA by Pohl et al. (in prep.), in their work on the Lepidoptera of Canada and AK.
  • 3446.1: Corticivora chica Brown, 1984 n. sp., Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash. 86: 278-286.
  • 3446.2: Corticivora parva Brown, 1984 n. sp., Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash. 86: 278-286.
  • 3448.2: Cydia marita Brown, 2014, n. sp., Zootaxa, 3860(3): 226-234.
  • 3448.3: Cydia timara Brown, 2014, n. sp., Zootaxa, 3860(3): 226-234.
  • 3449.1: Cydia nigriargentis Heppner, 2008, n. sp., Lepidoptera Novae. 1(3-4): 98-100.
  • 3451: Cydia resinosae (Freeman, 1962) is a synonym of 3452 Cydia inopiosa (Heinrich, 1926).
  • 3455: Cydia strobilella of authors (not Linnaeus, 1758) is a synonym of 3466 Cydia youngana , Systematic Entomology. 38: 305-315. Cydia strobilella (Linnaeus, 1758) is extralimital to North America.
  • 3455.1: Cydia phyllisi Miller, 1986 n. sp., S.E. For. Exper. Stn: 5.
  • 3466: Cydia youngana (Kearfott, 1907) is elevated from synonymy of 3455 Cydia strobilella (Linnaeus, 1758), Systematic Entomology. 38: 305-315.
  • 3468: Pammene perstructana (Walker, 1863) includes as a synonym 3420 Pammene signifera (Heinrich, 1926).
  • 3482: Cydia fahlbergiana (Thunberg, 1797) replaces 3483 Cydia flavicollis (Walsingham, 1897).
  • 3489.1: Cydia montezuma Miller, 1986 n. sp., S.E. For. Exper. Stn: 7.
  • 3490.1: Cydia latisigna Miller, 1986 n. sp., S.E. For. Exper. Stn: 5.
  • 3493.1: Cydia largo Heppner, 1981 n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 35: 278.
  • 3494.1: Cydia cornucopiae (Tengström, 1869) is now recognized within the North American fauna, Zootaxa, 3571: 1-25.
  • 3495: Formerly placed in Ecdytolopha and Cydia.
  • 3495.1: Ecdytolopha coloradana Adamski & Brown, 2001 n. sp., New World: Ent. Scand. Suppl. 58: 1-86.
  • 3495.2: Ecdytolopha occidentana Adamski & Brown, 2001 n. sp., New World: Ent. Scand. Suppl. 58: 1-86.
  • 3496: Formerly placed in Ecdytolopha and Cydia.
  • 3498: Includes as a synonym Ecdytolopha islandana (Kearfott, 1907) [3499].
  • 3499: Ecdytolopha islandana (Kearfott, 1907) is a synonym of 3498 Ecdytolopha mana.
  • 3500.2: Thaumatotibia leucotreta (Meyrick, 1913) is and introduced species (California), Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash. 113(4): 426-435.
  • 3500.5: Coniostola isabelae Razowski & Landry, 2008 is now recognized within the North American fauna, Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne. 82: 198.
  • 3512: Acleris notana (Donovan, [1806]) replaces Acleris tripunctana (Hübner, [1799]), World Catalogue of Insects. Vol. 5: 1-741, and includes as a synonym 3521.2 Acleris ferrugana of authors (not [Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775) in the 1983 Hodges Checkist.
  • 3518:
  • 3521.1: Acleris stadiana (Barnes & Busck, 1920) is elevated from synonymy of 3521 Acleris semiannula.
  • 3521.2: Acleris ferrugana of authors (not [Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775) was added to the list in error and is removed. This name was listed as a synonym of 3512 Acleris tripunctana, now a junior synonym of A. notana, in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3530.1: Acleris albinivia Heppner, 2015, n. sp., Lepidoptera Novae. 8: 33-35.
  • 3534: Includes as a synonym Acleris caryosphena [3513].
  • 3540: Acleris placidana (Robinson, 1869), formerly treated as a subspecies of 3540 Acleris logiana (Clerck, 1759) in the 1983 list, is elevated back to full species following the Online World Catalogue of the Tortricidae (Ver. 3.0). Acleris logiana is extralimital to North America.
  • 3551: Acleris inana (Robinson, 1869) includes as a synonym 3555 Acleris lipsiana of authors (not [Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775), ZooKeys. 38: 1-549.
  • 3555: Acleris lipsiana of authors (not [Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775) is a synonym of 3551 Acleris inana (Robinson, 1869), ZooKeys. 38: 1-549.
  • 3559: Acleris effractana (Hübner, 1799) replaces Acleris emargana, a European species.
  • 3567: Cnephasia asseclana (Denis & Schiffermüller, 1775) replaces Cnephasia interjectana (Haworth, 1811).
  • 3567.1: Cnephasia stephensiana (Doubleday, 1849) is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 3570: Eana osseana (Scopoli, 1763) includes as a subspecies 3571 Eana niveosana (Packard, 1866)
  • 3571: Eana niveosana (Packard, 1866) is now a subsp. of 3570 Eana osseana (Scopoli, 1763).
  • 3576.1: Decodes catherinae Powell, 1980 n. sp., Pacific Ins. 22: 87.
  • 3576.2: Decodes macswaini Powell, 1980 n. sp., Pacific Ins. 22: 89.
  • 3576.3: Decodes stevensi Powell, 1980 n. sp., Pacific Ins. 22: 90.
  • 3579.1: Decodes helix Powell & Brown 1998 n. sp., Pan-Pacific Ent. 74: 103.
  • 3580.1: Decodes macdunnoughi Powell, 1980 n. sp., Pacific Ins. 22: 97.
  • 3580.2: Decodes tahoense Powell, 1980 n. sp., Pacific Ins. 22: 99.
  • 3580.3: Decodes asapheus Powell, 1980 n. sp., Pacific Ins. 22: 100.
  • 3580.4: Decodes opleri Powell, 1980 n. sp., Pacific Ins. 22: 103.
  • 3582.1: Dorithia trigonana Brown & Obraztsov, 1991 n. sp., Univ. Calif. Publ. Ent. 111:34.
  • 3582.2: Cuproxena minimana Brown, 1991 n. sp., Univ. Calif. Publ. Ent. 111:62.
  • 3584.1: Anopina internacionana Brown & Powell, 2000 n. sp., Univ. Calif. Publ. Ent. 120:30.
  • 3587.1: Anopina chiricahuae Brown & Powell, 2000 n. sp., Univ. Calif. Publ. Ent. 120:90.
  • 3587.2: Anopina wrighti Brown & Powell, 2000 n. sp., Univ. Calif. Publ. Ent. 120:98.
  • 3589.1: Apotomops texasana (Blanchard & Knudson, 1984) n. sp., Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash., v. 86, no. 2, p. 446-451.
  • 3591.1: Bonagota arizonae Razowski & Becker, 2000 n. sp., Polskie Pismo Ent. 69: 70.
  • 3591.6: Durangularia druana (Walsingham, 1914) is now recognized within the North American fauna, Jour. Lepid. Soc., v. 70, no. 2, p. 139-144.
  • 3592.1: Pandemis heparana (Denis & Schiffermüller, 1775) is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 3598.1: Argyrotaenia hodgesi Heppner, 1989 n. sp., Fla. Entomol., v. 72, p. 101-106.
  • 3614: Argyrotaenia citrana (Fernald, 1889) is a synonym of 3612 Argyrotaenia franciscana (Walsingham, 1879).
  • 3629.1: Argyrotaenia coconinana Brown & Cramer, 2000 n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc., v. 53, no. 3, p. 114-125.
  • 3629.2: Argyrotaenia bialbistriata Brown & Cramer, 2000 n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc., v. 53, no. 3, p. 114-125.
  • 3630.1: Diedra wielgusi (Clarke, 1989) n. sp., J. Res. Lep., v. 28, p. 97-99.
  • 3630.2: Diedra intermontana Rubinoff & Powell, 1999 n. sp., Ann. Ent. Soc. Am., v. 92, no. 4, p. 473-487.
  • 3630.3: Diedra leuschneri Rubinoff & Powell, 1999 n. sp., Ann. Ent. Soc. Am., v. 92, no. 4, p. 473-487.
  • 3630.4: Diedra calocedrana Rubinoff & Powell, 1999 n. sp., Ann. Ent. Soc. Am., v. 92, no. 4, p. 473-487.
  • 3635.1: Choristoneura argentifasciata Heppner, 1989 n. sp., Fla. Ent., v. 72, p. 101-106.
  • 3638:
  • 3640: Choristoneura freemani Razowski, 2008 replaces 3640 Choristoneura occidentalis Freeman, 1967, a junior homonym of C. occidentalis Walsinham, 1891, Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne. 77: 245-254. This species includes as a subspecies 3641 Choristoneura biennis Freeman, 1967, Systematic Entomology. 42: 317-328.
  • 3641: Choristoneura biennis Freeman, 1967 is included as a subspecies of 3640 Choristoneura occidentalis Freeman, 1967, Systematic Entomology. 42: 317-328.
  • 3647: Choristoneura houstonana (Grote, 1873) was formerly in the genus Cudonigera, Zootaxa. 3729(1): 25.
  • 3648.1: Archips goyerana Kruse, 2000 n. sp., Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash. , v. 102, no. 3, p. 741-746.
  • 3648.2: Archips nigriplagana Franclemont, 1986 n. sp., Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash. , v. 88:59.
  • 3663.1: Archips podana (Scopoli, 1763) is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 3663.2: Archips fuscocupreanus Walsingham, 1900 is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 3669: Pandemis borealis (Freeman, 1965) was formerly in the genus Archepandemis. (The genus Archepandemis is a synonym of Pandemis (n. syn.), Zootaxa. 3729(1): 1-62.)
  • 3670: Pandemis coniferana (Mutuura, 1978) was formerly in the genus Archepandemis. (The genus Archepandemis is a synonym of Pandemis (n. syn.), Zootaxa. 3729(1): 1-62.)
  • 3671: Pandemis morrisana (Mutuura, 1978) was formerly in the genus Archepandemis. (The genus Archepandemis is a synonym of Pandemis (n. syn.), Zootaxa. 3729(1): 1-62.)
  • 3674.1: Lozotaenia costinotana Franclemont, 1986 n. sp., Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash. , v. 88:57.
  • 3674.2: Lozotaenia exomilana Franclemont, 1986 n. sp., Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash. , v. 88:58.
  • 3677.1: Aphelia gregalis Razowski, 1981 n. sp., Acta Zool.gica Cracov., v. 25: 361.
  • 3681.1: Clepsis spectrana (Treitschke, 1830) is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 3681.2: Clepsis firthana Mutuura, 1980 n. sp., Can. Ent. 112: 1071-1073, is a synonym of 3685.10 Clepsis danilevskyi.
  • 3687.1:
  • 3688.1: Clepsis penetralis Razowski, 1979 n. sp., Acta Zool.gica Cracov., v. 24, no. 2, p. 113-152.
  • 3693.1: Epiphyas postvittana (Walker, 1863) is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 3693.2: [Unplaced] retractana Walker, 1863 is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 3696: Sparganothis belfrageana (Zeller, 1875) is a synonym of 3695 Sparganothis sulfureana.
  • 3704: Includes as synonyms Sparganothis salinana [3708] and S. putmanana [3715.1].
  • 3715.1: Sparganothis putmanana Freeman, 1940, previously elevated from synonymy of 3715 Sparganothis umbrana, is now a synonym of 3704 Sparganothis distincta (Walsingham, 1884).
  • 3719: Extralimital. Not confirmed in North America.
  • 3720.1: Sparganothis ferreana Busck, 1915 is elevated from synonymy of 3720 Sparganothis reticulatana.
  • 3721: Includes as a synonym Cenopis albicaudana (Busck, 1915) under which name this species was presented in the 1983 list [3721].
  • 3725: Includes as a synonym Cenopis acivivorana [3726].
  • 3725.1: Sparganothis lamberti Franclemont, 1986 n. sp., Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash., v. 88:56.
  • 3726: Sparganothis acerivorana [3726] is a synonym of S. pettitana [3725].
  • 3740:
  • 3742: Platynota scotiana [3742] is a synonym of P. exasperatana [3743].
  • 3743: Includes as a synonym Platynota scotiana [3742].
  • 3745:
  • 3745.1: Sparganopseustis martinana Powell, 1986 n. sp., Pan-Pacif. Ent. 62: 378.
  • 3746.1: Synalocha gutierreziae Powell, 1985 n. sp., J. Res. Lepid. 24: 63.
  • 3746.2: Syllonoma longipalpana Powell, 1985 n. sp., J. Res. Lepid. 24: 67.
  • 3749.1: Amorbia knudsoni Phillips & Powell, 2007 n. sp., Zootaxa, v. 1670, p. 1-109.
  • 3750: Amorbia synneurana was synonymized with Amorbia cuneana in Phillips-Rodriguez & Powell (2007) and restored to full species, MONA Fascicle 8.1.
  • 3753.1: Auratonota dispersa Brown, 1990 n. sp., Fla. Ent. 73: 154. This species is excluded in Pohl, et. al. (2016). A. dispersa is an exotic; intercepted from FL (Brown 1990).
  • 3754: This species was number 3807 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3754.1: This species was number 3808 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3754.2: Aethes argentilimitana (Robinson, 1869) was number 3809 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist and includes as a synonym 3833 (1983 list) Aethes labeculana (Robinson, 1869).
  • 3754.3: This species was number 3810 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3755: Aethes baloghi Sabourin & Metzler, 2002 n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 56: 230.
  • 3755.1: This species was number 3815 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3755.2: Aethes bomonana (Kearfott, 1907) was number 3816 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist and includes as a synonym 3861 (3862 in the 1983 list) Aethes ziscana (Kearfott, 1907), Jour. Lepid. Soc. 68: 274-282.
  • 3755.3: This species was number 3757 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3756: This species was number 3754 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3756.1: This species was number 3822 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3756.2: Aethes heleniana Razowski, 1997 n. sp., Acta. Zool. Cracov. 40:125.
  • 3756.3: This species was number 3759 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3757: Includes as a synonym Aethes sublepidana (Kerfott, 1907) [3853]. This species was number 3832 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3757.1: Aethes kindermanniana (Treitschke, 1830) is removed from the list. It was omitted from Pogue (1986) and Metzler & Brown (2014) due to a lack of verified identified specimens, Eric Metzler (pers. email, 5/3/2017). This Eurasian species was number 3756 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3757.2: This species was number 3837 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3757.3: Aethes matheri Sabourin & Miller, 2002 n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 56: 228.
  • 3758: Aethes matthewcruzi Sabourin & Vargo, 2002 n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 56: 232.
  • 3758.1: Aethes monera Razowski, 1997 n. sp., Acta. Zool. Cracov. 40:122.
  • 3758.2: Aethes mymara Razowski, 1997 n. sp., Acta. Zool. Cracov. 40:126.
  • 3758.3: This species was number 3841 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3759: Aethes patricia Metzler, 1999 n. sp., Great Lakes Entomologist 32: 185.
  • 3759.1: This species was number 3844 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3759.2: This species was number 3846 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3759.3: Aethes Razowski Sabourin & Miller, 2002 n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 56: 226.
  • 3760: This species was number 3758 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3760.1: This species was number 3850 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3760.2: Aethes sexdentata Sabourin & Miller, 2002 n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 56: 225.
  • 3760.3: This species was number 3755 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3761: Aethes sonorae (Walsingham, 1884) is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 3761.1: This species was number 3851 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3761.2: Aethes terriae Sabourin & Miller, 2002 n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 56: 229.
  • 3761.3: This species was number 3856 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3761.4: Aethes westratei Sabourin & Miller, 2002 n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 56: 227.
  • 3762: Agapeta zoegana (Linnaeus, 1767) is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 3763: This species was number 3783 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3764: Eugnosta sartana (Hübner, 1823), formerly placed in the genus Carolella, Razowski (2009), was number 3782 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3765: Cochylidia subroseana (Haworth, 1811) is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 3766: Cochylis arthuri Dang, 1984 n. sp., Canadian Entomologist 116: 253.
  • 3766.1: Cochylis atricapitana (Stephens, 1852) was introduced from Spain via Australia in 1990 for biocontrol of Tansy Ragwort, Winston et al. 2014.
  • 3767: This species was number 3812 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3768: Cochylis avita Razowski, 1997 n. sp., Acta. Zool. Cracov. 40:133.
  • 3769: Cochylis bucera Razowski, 1997 n. sp., Acta. Zool. Cracov. 40:136.
  • 3770: This species was number 3817 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3771: Cochylis caulocatax Razowski, 1984 n. sp., Annals of Zoology 38: 278.
  • 3772: Cochylis disputabilis Range extension. TL Guerrero, Omilteme, Mex. The number 3772 was occupied by Henricus brevipalpata, now a synonym of Henricus infernalis, in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3773: Cochylis dormitoria Razowski, 1997 n. sp., Acta. Zool. Cracov. 40:134.
  • 3774: Cochylis dubitana (Hübner, 1799) is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 3775: This species was number 3767 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3776: Includes as a synonym Cochylis zoxcana (Kearfott, 1907) [3863]. This species was number 3828 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3777: This species was number 3830 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3778: Thyraylia nana (Haworth, 1811), formerly in the genus Cochylis, Jour. Lepid. Soc., 68(4):282, was number 3764 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3779: This species was number 3761 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3780: Cochylis ringsi Metzler, 1999 n. sp., Great Lakes Ent. 32: 191.
  • 3781: Cochylis temerana (Busck, 1907) was number 3854 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist. 3781 (1983 list) Lorita abnormana Busck, 1939 is a synonym of 3803 Lorita scarificata.
  • 3782: This species was number 3762 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3783: This species was number 3857 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3784: This species was number 3788 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3785: This species was number 3789 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3786: This species was number 3790 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3787: Eugnosta californica Razowski, 1986 n. sp., Acta. Zool. Cracov. 29: 414.
  • 3788: Eugnosta chemsakiana Razowski, 1986 n. sp., Acta. Zool. Cracov. 29: 414. Extralimital ?
  • 3789: This species was number 3785 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3790: This species was number 3784 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3791: This species was number 3786 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3792: Eugnosta willettana Comstock, 1939, formerly placed in the genus Carolella, Razowski (2009), was number 3791 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3793: This species was number 3847 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3794: Henricus cognata (Walsingham, 1914) range extension. TL Veracruz, Las Vigas, Mex.
  • 3795: Henricus comes (Walsingham, 1884) was number 3778 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist. 3795 (1983 list) Phtheochroa canariana (Barnes & Busck, 1920) is a synonym of 3815 Phtheochroa fulviplicana.
  • 3796: Henricus contrastana (Kearfott, 1907) was number 3774 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist and includes as a synonym 3797 Henricus edwardsiana (Walsingham, 1884), Jour. Lepid. Soc., 68(4): 282.
  • 3797: Henricus edwardsiana (Walsingham, 1884) is removed. This species was number 3820 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist and a synonym of 3796 Henricus contrastana (Kearfott, 1907), Jour. Lepid. Soc., 68(4): 282.
  • 3798: This species was number 3773 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3799: Henricus infernalis (Heinrich, 1920) was number 3771 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist and includes as a synonym 3772 (1983 Hodges Checklist) Henricus brevipalpata.
  • 3800: This species was number 3770 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3801: This species was number 3777 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3802: Lorita baccharivora Pogue, 1988 n. sp., Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash. 90:449.
  • 3804: This species was number 3814 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3805: This species was number 3821 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3806: Phalonidia latipunctana (Walsingham, 1879) was number 3779 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist. 3806 (1983 list) Cochylis albidana (Walker, 1866) is a synonym of 3778 Cochylis nana.
  • 3807: Phalonidia lepidana (Clemens, 1860) was number 3856 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist and includes as synonyms 3848 (1983 list) Phalonidia schwarziana (Busck, 1907) and 3861 (1983 list) Phalonidia zaracana (Kearfott, 1907), Jour. Lepid. Soc. 68:277.
  • 3808: Phalonidia memoranda (Razowski, 1997) n. sp., Acta. Zool. Cracov. 40:116.
  • 3809: Phalonidia ontariana (Razowski, 1997) n. sp., Acta. Zool. Cracov. 40:119.
  • 3809.1: Phalonidia straminoides (Grote, 1873) was 3852 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist and is elevated from synonymy of Phalonidia lepidana (Clemens, 1860), Jour. Lepid. Soc. 68(4): 274-282.
  • 3810: This species was number 3793 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3811: Phtheochroa aureoalbida (Walsingham, 1895) was number 3794 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist. 3811 (1983 list) Aethes aureana (Busck, 1907) is a synonym of 3757 Aethes interruptofasciana.
  • 3812: This species was number 3804 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3813: This species was number 3801 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3813.1: Phtheochroa canariana (Barnes & Busck, 1920) was number 3795 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist. This species was previously listed erroneously as a synonym of 3815 (3792 in the 1983 checklist) Phtheochroa fulviplicana.
  • 3814: Phtheochroa cartwrightana (Kearfott, 1907) was number 3798 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist and includes as a synonym 3820 Phtheochroa pecosana Kearfott, 1907, Jour. Lepid. Soc. 68(4): 282.
  • 3815: This species was number 3792 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3816: Eupinivora hamartopenis (Razowski, 1986), n. sp., Acta. Zool. Cracov. 29: 414, is removed from the list. This species is extralimital north of Mexico. This species was formerly in the genus Phtheochroa, Zootaxa, 3640(2): 270-283.
  • 3817: This species was number 3776 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3818: Phtheochroa inopiana (Haworth, 1811), added after the 1983 Hodges Checklist, is removed following Metzler & Brown (2014). North American records require further verification. The number 3818 was assigned to [Cagiva] cephalanthana (Heinrich, 1921), now 3849, in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3819: This species was number 3805 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3820: Phtheochroa pecosana Kearfott, 1907 was number 3803 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist and is a synonym of 3814 Phtheochroa cartwrightana (Kearfott, 1907), Jour. Lepid. Soc. 68(4): 282.
  • 3821: This species was number 3800 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3822: This species was number 3802 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3823: This species was number 3799 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3824: This species was number 3797 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3825: This species was number 3787 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3826: Phtheochroa vulneratana (Zetterstedt, 1839) is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 3827: This species was number 3796 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3828: Platphalonidia albertae (Razowski, 1997) n. sp., Acta. Zool. Cracov. 40:118, formerly placed in the genus Platphalonidia, Jour. Lepid. Soc. 68(4): 282.
  • 3829: Platphalonia campicolana (Walsingham, 1879), formerly placed in the genus Platphalonidia, Jour. Lepid. Soc. 68(4): 282, was number 3765 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3830: Platphalonidia dangi (Razowski, 1997) n. sp., Acta. Zool. Cracov. 40:118, formerly placed in the genus Platphalonidia, Jour. Lepid. Soc. 68(4): 282.
  • 3831: Phalonidia felix (Walsingham, 1895) was formerly in the genus Platphalonidia, SHILAP Revista de Lepidopterologi?a. 39(156): 397-414. This species was number 3760 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3832: [Cochylina - No Genus] imitabilis (Razowski, 1997), n. sp., Acta. Zool. Cracov. 40:119, was formally placed in the genus Platphalonidia. This species is not assigned to a genus in Meltzer & Brown (2014), Jour. Lepid. Soc. 68(4): 278.
  • 3833: Platphalonia lavana (Busck, 1907), formerly placed in the genus Platphalonidia, Jour. Lepid. Soc. 68(4): 282, was number 3834 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist. 3833 (1983 list) Aethes labeculana (Robinson, 1869) is a synonym of 3754.20 Aethes argentilimitana.
  • 3833.1: Platphalonia magdalenae Metzler & Albu, 2013, n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc. 67(3): 156-160.
  • 3834: Formerly placed in the genus Platphalonidia, Pogue (1986); Meltzer & Brown (2014). This species was number 3766 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3835: Platphalonidia plicana (Walsingham, 1884) range extension. TL Sonora, Mex. Formerly placed in the genus Platphalonidia, Jour. Lepid. Soc. 68(4): 282.
  • 3835.1: [Cochylina - No Genus] subolivacea (Walsingham, 1897), formerly in the genus Platphalonidia, is now recognized within the North American fauna, Arthropods of Florida and Neighboring Land Areas, 17: 335.
  • 3836: Rolandylis fusca Pogue, 2001 n. sp., Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash. 103: 792.
  • 3837: This species was number 3838 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3838: Rolandylis virilia Pogue, 2001 n. sp., Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash. 103: 792.
  • 3839: Rudenia leguminana (Busck, 1907) was number 3835 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist. 3839 (1983 list) Cochylis marloffiana (Busck, 1907) is a synonym of 3776 Cochylis hoffmanana.
  • 3840: This species was number 3840 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3841: This species was number 3780 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3842: Spinigon resthavenensis Metzler & Sabourin, 2002 n. sp., Fabreries 27:70.
  • 3842.1: Spinipogon thes Razowski & Becker, 1983 is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 3843: Thyraylia bana (Kearfott, 1907) was number 3775 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist. 3843 (1983 list) Phalonidia plummeriana (Busck, 1907) is a synonym of 3807 Phalonidia lepidana.
  • 3844: Thyraylia bunteana (Robinson, 1869), formerly in the genus Cochylis, was number 3769 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3845: Thyraylia discana (Kearfott, 1907), formerly in the genus Cochylis, was number 3818 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3846: Thyraylia gunniana (Busck, 1907), formerly in the genus Cochylis, was number 3827 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3847: Thyraylia hollandana (Kearfott, 1907) was number 3829 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 3847.1: Thyraylia nana (Haworth, 1811) is a duplicate of 3778 and is removed.
  • 3847.2: Thyraylia voxcana (Kearfott, 1907) was 3858 in the 1983 list and was listed in Pogue (1986) as a synonym of 3847 Thyraylia hollandana (Kearfott, 1907), 3829 in the 1983 list. This species is restored to full species status in Meltzer & Brown (2014), Jour. Lepid. Soc. 68(4): 282.
  • 3848: [Atroposia] oenotherana (Riley, 1881) was number 3842 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist. The genus Atroposia is an unpublished name. 3848 (1983 list) Phalonidia schwarziana (Busck, 1907) is a synonym of 3807 Phalonidia lepidana.
  • 3849: [Cagiva] cephalanthana (Heinrich, 1921) was number 3818 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist. The genus Cagiva is an unpublished manuscript name proposed by Pogue (1986). 3849 (1983 list) Aethes scissana (Walker, 1863) is a synonym of 3760.30 Aethes smeathmanniana.
  • 3850: [Cybilla] hubbardana (Busck, 1907) was number 3831 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist. The genus Cybilla is an unpublished manuscript name proposed by Pogue (1986).
  • 3851: [Honca] grandis (Busck, 1907) was number 3826 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist. The genus [Honca] is an unpublished manuscript name proposed by Pogue (1986).
  • 3852: [Nycthia] pimana (Busck, 1907) was number 3763 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist. The genus Nycthia is an unpublished manuscript name proposed by Pogue (1986). 3852 (1983 list) Phalonidia stramiodes (Grote, 1873) is a synonym of 3807 Phalonidia lepidana.
  • 3853: [Nycthia] yuccatana (Busck, 1907) was number 3860 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist. The genus Nycthia is an unpublished manuscript name proposed by Pogue (1986). 3853 (1983 list) Aethes sublepidana (Kearfott, 1907) is a synonym of 3757 Aethes interruptofasciana.
  • 3854: [Cochylina - New Genus 6] wiscana (Kearfott, 1907) was number 3859 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist. The genus Poterioparvus is an unpublished manuscript name proposed by Pogue (1986).
  • 3855: Hyptiharpa baboquivariana (Kearfott, 1907), formerly unplaced was transferred to Hyptiharpa in Brown (2016), corrects the spelling of baboquivariana in the 1983 Hodges Checklist. This species was number 3813 in the 1983 Checklist. 3855 (1983 list) Cochylis toxcana (Kearfott, 1907) is a synonym of 3776 Cochylis hoffmanana.
  • 3856: [Cochylina - No Genus] dilutana (Walsingham, 1879) was number 3768 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist. This species is not assigned to a genus in Meltzer & Brown (2014), Jour. Lepid. Soc. 68(4): 278.
  • 3857: [Cochylina - No Genus] foxcana (Kearfott, 1907) was number 3823 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist. This species is not assigned to a genus in Meltzer & Brown (2014), Jour. Lepid. Soc. 68(4): 278.
  • 3858: [Cochylina - No Genus] fulvotinctana (Walsingham, 1884) was number 3824 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist. This species is not assigned to a genus in Meltzer & Brown (2014), Jour. Lepid. Soc. 68(4): 278. 3858 (1983 list) Thyraylia voxcana (Kearfott, 1907) is a synonym of 3847 Thyraylia hollandana.
  • 3859: [Cochylina - No Genus] glaucofuscana (Zeller, 1875) was number 3825 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist. This species is not assigned to a genus in Meltzer & Brown (2014), Jour. Lepid. Soc. 68(4): 278.
  • 3860: [Cochylina - No Genus] punctadiscana (Kearfott, 1908) was number 3845 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist. This species is not assigned to a genus in Meltzer & Brown (2014), Jour. Lepid. Soc. 68(4): 278.
  • 3861: Aethes ziscana (Kearfott, 1907) was number 3862 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist and is a synonym of 3755.2 Aethes bomonana (Kearfott, 1907), Jour. Lepid. Soc. 68: 274-282.
  • 3862: Aethes ziscana (Kearfott, 1907) is a synonym of 3755.20 Aethes bomonana.
  • 3863: Cochylis zoxcana (Kearfott, 1907) is a synonym of 3776 Cochylis hoffmanana.
  • 3868:
  • 3881: Cephise procerus (Plotz, 1880), formerly listed as Polythrix procera, is removed. Records of this species north of Mexico refer to 3880 Polythrix octomaculata, Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera. 40: 445.
  • 3884: Codatractus melon (Godman & Salvin, 1893) is removed (extralimital - no verified records north of Mexico). 3915 Codatractus valeriana (Plötz, 1881) was erroneously duplicated at MPG as number 3884.
  • 3885.1: Codatractus bryaxis (Hewitson, 1867) was previously recognized within the North American fauna (Hidalgo Co., TX, Oct. 24, 2008). Jonathan Pelham (pers. comm., 7/21/2017) advises that this species has been removed from the list upon examination by Andy Warren.
  • 3886.1: Urbanus belli (Hayward, 1935) is now recognized within the North American fauna, News Lepid. Soc. 39(3): 41.
  • 3888.1: Urbanus evona Evans, 1952 has been reported from TX but is excluded until a specimen can be examined.
  • 3894.1: Urbanus viterboana (Ehrmann, 1907) is now recognized within the North American fauna; first US record by Michael A. Rickard" Date: 2010, Illustrated Lists of American Butterflies, accessed 5/1/2017.
  • 3895: Urbanus albimargo is removed. Records of this species north of Mexico refer to 3894 Urbanus doryssus, Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera. 40: 427.
  • 3900: Astraptes galesus (Mabille, 1888) is removed from the list as unsubstantiated, Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera. 40: 427.
  • 3901.1: Astraptes talus (Cramer, 1777) is now recognized within the North American fauna, LepSoc S.S. 2014.
  • 3915: Codatractus valeriana (Plötz, 1881), formerly in the genus Thorybes, new combination, is confirmed as a senior synonym of Codatractus mysie (Dyar, 1904), Revista Brasileira de Zoologia. 21(2): 308
  • 3933:
  • 3936.4: Antigonus emorsa (Felder, 1869) is now recognized within the North American fauna, Bailowitz & Brock 1991.
  • 3936.5: Antigonus emorsa (Felder, 1869) is now recognized within the North American fauna, News Lepid. Soc., 46(4):111-113.
  • 3941.6: Ebrietas anacreon (Staudinger, 1876), listed by some authors based on a photo of an Ebrietas sp., News Lep. Soc. 53(1):25, is excluded from the list.
  • 3985: Piruna microsticta of authors (not Godman, 1900) is a synonym of 3986.2 Piruna penaea (Dyar, 1918), Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera, 40: 1-658.
  • 3986.2: Piruna penaea (Dyar, 1918) includes as a synonym 3985 Piruna microsticta of authors (not Godman, 1900), Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera, 40: 1-658.
  • 4000: Perichares adela (Hewitson, 1867), formerly a subspecies of Perichares philetes (Gmelin, [1790]), extralimital, is raised to full species status in Burns et al. (2008), Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA 105(17): 6350-6355.
  • 4066: Choranthus radians (Lucas, 1857) is removed from the list as unsubstantiated, Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera. 40: 429.
  • 4067: Choranthus haitensis (Skinner, 1920) corrects spelling of Chornathus. This species is removed from the list. No verified records from North America, Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera. 40: 429.
  • 4069: Quasimellana mexicana (Bell, 1942) is removed. No verified records from North America, Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera. 40: 429.
  • 4072: Euphyes dion (Edwards, 1879) includes as synonyms 4073 E. alabamae and 4076.1 E. macguirei, J. Res. Lepid. 27(3/4): 161-163.
  • 4073: Euphyes alabamae (Lindsey, 1923) is a synonym of 4072 Euphyes dion (Edwards, 1879), J. Res. Lepid. 27(3/4): 161-163.
  • 4076.1: Euphyes macguirei H. A. Freeman, 1975 is a synonym of 4072 Euphyes dion (Edwards, 1879), J. Res. Lepid. 27(3/4): 161-163.
  • 4080.1: Atrytonopsis quinteri Burns, 2015, n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc. 69(4): 275-292.
  • 4086.1: Atrytonopsis margarita (Skinner, 1913), treated as a subspecies of 4087 Atrytonopsis cestus (Edwards, 1884) in the 1983 Hodges Checklist and later synonymized with 4086 Atrytonopsis python (Edwards, 1882), is elevated to full species status, Jour. Lepid. Soc. 69(4): 275-292.
  • 4089: Notamblyscirtes simius (Edwards, 1881) was formerly in the genus Amblyscirtes.
  • 4107:
  • 4112: Lerodea arabus (Edwards, 1882) includes as a synonym 4113 Lerodea dysaules, Revta. bras. Zool. 22(1): 285-288
  • 4113: Lerodea dysaules Godman, 1900 is a synonym of 4112 Lerodea arabus, Revta. bras. Zool. 22(1): 285-288.
  • 4123:
  • 4131: Agathymus chisosensis (Freeman, 1952), formerly a subspecies of 4125 Agathymus neumoegeni (Edwards, 1882), is elevated back to full species status, Pelham, J.P. 2016. A Catalogue of the Butterflies of the United States and Canada.
  • 4133.1: Agathymus gentryi Roever, 1998, n. sp., Systematics of Western North American Butterflies: 491-500.
  • 4147: Megathymus cofaqui (Strecker, 1876) includes as a synonym 4148 Megathymus harrisi, Tax. Rep. Int. Lepid. Surv. 1(4): 3.
  • 4148: Megathymus harrisi Freeman, 1955 is a synonym of 4147 Megathymus cofaqui, Tax. Rep. Int. Lepid. Surv. 1(4): 3.
  • 4170.1: Papilio rumiko (Shiraiwa & Grishin, 2014) n. sp. ZooKeys. 468: 85-135. Generic treatment follows Pelham (2016). This species was originally described in the genus Heraclides but this treatment, which follows Tyler et al. (1994) and Lamas (2004), is not universally accepted.
  • 4172:
  • 4173: Papilio pallas Gray, [1853], formerly a subspecies of 4173 Papilio astyalus Godart, 1819 (extralimital to North America north of Mexico), is elevated back to full species status, ZooKeys, 468: 121.
  • 4175:
  • 4200.1: Euchloe ausonia Hübner, [1804] includes as a subspecies 4200.1 Euchloe naina Kozhanchikov, 1923.
  • 4213.2: Colias rankinensis Verhulst, 2009 n. sp., Lambillionea, 109: 421-426.
  • 4221.1: Colias skinneri Barnes, 1897, formerly a subspecies of 4221 Colias pelidne Boisduval & Le Conte, [1830], has been elevated to full species status.
  • 4227:
  • 4233.1: Aphrissa neleis (Boisduval, 1836) is now recognized within the North American fauna, News Lepid. Soc. 53(1): 1-36.
  • 4234:
  • 4239:
  • 4241: Pyrisitia chamberlaini (Butler, 1898) is removed. Supposed specimen from FL has been lost, Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera. 40: 429.
  • 4245:
  • 4292: Strymon echion (Linnaeus, 1767) was formerly in the genus Strymon.
  • 4292.2: Strymon solitario Grishin & Durden, 2012 n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc. 66(2): 81-110.
  • 4293.1: Ministrymon janevicroy Glassberg, 2013, n. sp., ZooKeys. 305: 1-20
  • 4293.7: Panthiades bathildis (Felder & Felder, 1865) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 4295: Rekoa zebina is removed. North American records are misidentifications of 4296 Rekoa marius (Lucas, 1857), Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera. 40: 430.
  • 4298: Allosmaitia pion (Godman & Salvin, 1887) is a synonym of 4329.1 Allosmaitia strophius, Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera. 40: 224.
  • 4301: Callophrys dumetorum (Boisduval, 1852) includes as a subspecies 4301.1 Callophrys perplexa in Pelham (2016).
  • 4301.1: Callophrys dumetorum perplexa Barnes & Benjamin, 1923, original combination Callophrys dumetorum race perplexa and formerly treated as a full species in Pelham (2008), is treated as a subspecies by Pelham (2016).
  • 4313: Callophrys barryi Johnson, 1976 is a synonym of C. g. plicataria, a subspecies of 4318 Callophrys gryneus (Hübner, [1819]), Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera. 40: 218.
  • 4317: Callophrys loki (Skinner, 1907) includes as a subspecies 4318.1 Callophrys thornei in Pelham (2016).
  • 4318: Callophrys gryneus (Hübner, [1819]) includes as a synonym 4313 Callophrys barryi, Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera. 40: 218.
  • 4318.1: Callophrys thornei is treated as a subspecies of 4317 Callophrys loki in Pelham (2016)
  • 4329.1: Allosmaitia strophius (Godart, [1824]) includes as a synonym 4298 Allosmaitia pion, Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera. 40: 224.
  • 4335.5: Michaelus ira (Hewitson, 1867), reported from Hidalgo County, TX 11/1/2015, 2015 Season Summary, News Lepid. Soc., is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 4346:
  • 4351: Electrostrymon hugon (Godart, [1824]) includes as synonyms Electrostrymon sangala (Hewitson, 1868) and 4351 Electrostrymon endymion of authors (not Fabricius, 1775) in Pelham (2008).
  • 4357.5: Zizina otis (Fabricius, 1787) is extralimital to North America but is found in Hawaii.
  • 4364.5: Udara blackburni (Tuely, 1878) is extralimital to North America but is found in Hawaii.
  • 4365.5: Lampides boeticus (Linnaeus, 1767), introduced in Hawaii.
  • 4376: Icaricia saepiolus (Boisduval, 1852) was formerly in the genus Plebejus.
  • 4377: Plebulina emigdionis (Grinnell, 1905) was formerly in the genus Plebejus.
  • 4378: Icaricia icarioides (Boisduval, 1852) was formerly in the genus Plebejus.
  • 4379: Icaricia shasta (Edwards, 1862) was formerly in the genus Plebejus.
  • 4380: Icaricia acmon (Westwood, [1851]) was formerly in the genus Plebejus.
  • 4381: Icaricia lupini (Boisduval, 1869) was formerly in the genus Plebejus.
  • 4381.1: Icaricia cotundra (Scott & Fisher, 2006) was formerly in the genus Plebejus.
  • 4382: Icaricia neurona (Skinner, 1902) was formerly in the genus Plebejus.
  • 4383: Agriades optilete (Knoch, 1781) was formerly in the genus Plebejus.
  • 4384: Agriades glandon (de Prunner, 1798) was formerly in the genus Plebejus.
  • 4384.1: Agriades podarce (Felder & Felder, 1865) was formerly in the genus Plebejus.
  • 4385.5: Euselasia abreas (Edwards, 1881) is removed. This name is a synonym of Euselasia sergia (Godman & Salvin, 1885), a species now considered extralimital to north of Mexico, Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera. 40: 430.
  • 4395: Calephelis dreisbachi McAlpine, 1971 is removed from the list as unsubstantiated, Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera. 40: 430.
  • 4414.1: Dione juno (Cramer, 1779), reported from Hidalgo County, TX 12/22/2012, 2012 Season Summary, News Lepid. Soc., 55(S1):65, is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 4415:
  • 4427.1: Polygonia haroldii (Dewitz, 1877), reported from Jeff Davis County, TX 5/31/2013, News Lepid. Soc., 56(1):14, is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 4433.1: Aglais io (Linnaeus, 1758) was introduced in the Montreal area about 1997, and has persisted at least up to 2015.
  • 4437.1: Vanessa tameamea Eschscholtz, 1821, is extralimital to North America but is found in Hawaii.
  • 4439:
  • 4444:
  • 4450:
  • 4481.1: Phyciodes cocyta (Cramer, 1777) includes as subspecies P. c. cocyta, selenis, diminutor, incognitus, pascoensis, and arenacolor in Pelham (2008), pp. 389-390.
  • 4502: Chlosyne erodyle (Bates, 1864) is removed from the list as unsubstantiated, Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera. 40: 431.
  • 4513.05: Texola perse (Edwards, 1882), listed as a subspecies of 4513 Texola elada (Hewitson, 1868) in the 1983 Hodges Checklist, is treated as a full species in Pelham (2016) based in part on sympatry of T. perse and T.elada hepburni (J. Pelham, pers. comm. 5/19/2017).
  • 4530: Myscelia streckeri is included as a subspecies of 4531 Myscelia cyananthe Felder & Felder, 1867 in Pelham (2008).
  • 4531: Myscelia cyananthe Felder & Felder, 1867 includes as a subspecies 4530 Myscelia streckeri in Pelham (2008).
  • 4534.5: Diaethria clymena (Cramer, 1775) is removed. Its occurrence in Florida is assumed to be accidental, Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera. 40: 431.
  • 4534.6: Diaethria asteria (Godman & Salvin, 1894) is removed from the list as unsubstantiated, Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera. 40: 431.
  • 4538: Mestra cana (Erichson, 1848) is removed. Florida records are of questionable origin. M. cana is a synonym of Mestra dorcas hersilia (Fabricius, 1776). Mestra dorcas is considered extralimital. Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera. 40: 431, 435.
  • 4540: Hamadryas fornax (Hübner, [1823]) is removed. Records of this species from the United States are based on misidentified specimens, Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera. 40: 431.
  • 4542.1:
  • 4543: Hamadryas ferox (Staudinger, 1888) is removed. Jonathan Pelham (pers. comm., 06/07/2017) advises "The initial recording of this species for the US by dos Passos (1964) was repeated (with a "*" question) by Miller & Brown (1981) but was shown to be an error by Jenkins (1983, 1986)."
  • 4545:
  • 4547.1: Smyrna karwinskii Geyer, [1833], found in O. Buchholz collection Cameron County, TX, one mal 6/12/1940 and one female 6/10/1940, Glassberg (2014), Amer. Butterflies 21(2): 40-41.
  • 4549:
  • 4551:
  • 4569.5: Morpho polyphemus Westwood, 1850 is now recognized within the North American fauna (Arizona).
  • 4574: Hermeuptychia hermybius Grishin, 2014, n. sp. replaces 4574 Hermeuptychia hermes (Fabricius, 1775), ZooKeys. 379: 43-91.
  • 4574.1: Hermeuptychia intricata Grishin, 2014, n. sp., is described from the Brazos Bend State Park in Texas, ZooKeys. 379: 43-91.
  • 4589.1: Cercyonis incognita Emmel, Emmel & Mattoon, 2012, n. sp., Bull. Allyn Mus. 163: 2-5.
  • 4609: Oeneis taygete Geyer, [1830] is included as a subspecies of 4610 Oeneis bore in Pelham (2008).
  • 4610: Oeneis bore (Esper, 1789) includes as subspecies O. b. taygete, gaspeensis, hanburyi, mckinleyensis, fordi, and edwardsi in Pelham (2008).
  • 4610.1: Oeneis tanana Warren & Nakahara, 2016, n. sp., Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera. 49: 1-20.
  • 4613.89: Manataria hercyna maculata (Hopffer, 1874), reported from Hidalgo Co., TX, Snider (2012), is excluded pending confirmation of status. The specimen is out of range but not unreasonably so. This subspecies is treated as a full species by some authors.
  • 4617.1: Melinaea lilis (Doubleday, 1847), reported from Hidalgo County, TX 12/20/2008, 2008 Season Summary, News Lepid. Soc., 51(S1):78, is not recognized universally as part of the North American fauna. The Hildalgo Co. record may be part of a release of nonnatives.
  • 4617.2: Pteronymia cotytto (Guérin-Méneville, [1844]), reported from Hidalgo County, TX 12/7/2005, 2005 Season Summary, News Lepid. Soc., 48(S1):66, is not recognized universally as part of the North American fauna. The Hildalgo Co. record may be part of a release of nonnatives.
  • 4617.3: Greta morgane (Geyer, 1833), reported from Hidalgo County, TX 12/8/2004, 2004 Season Summary, News Lepid. Soc., 47(S1):66, is not recognized universally as part of the North American fauna. The Hildalgo Co. record may be part of a release of nonnatives.
  • 4618: Neoprocris aversa (Edwards, 1884) was formerly in the genus Harrisina, Entomofauna Supplement. 2(1): 25.
  • 4619: Triprocris cyanea Barnes & McDunnough, 1910 was placed in the genus Harrisina in the 1983 Hodges Checklist. Current generic placement follows Tarmann (1984), Entomofauna Supplement. 2(1): 1-176, and Tarmann & Drouet (2015), Jour. Lepid. Soc. 69(3), 209-235.
  • 4620: Triprocris lustrans Beutenmüller, 1894 was placed in the genus Harrisina in the 1983 Hodges Checklist. Current generic placement follows Tarmann (1984), Entomofauna Supplement. 2(1): 38, and Tarmann & Drouet (2015), Jour. Lepid. Soc. 69(3), 209-235.
  • 4621: Harrisina brillians Barnes & McDunnough, 1910 is synonym of 4623 Harrisina metallica Stretch, 1885, Entomofauna Supplement. 2(1): 40.
  • 4623: Harrisina metallica Stretch, 1885 includes as a synonym 4621 Harrisina brillians Barnes & McDunnough, 1910, Entomofauna Supplement. 2(1): 40.
  • 4625: Pyromorpha semifulva (Druce, 1896) includes as a synonym Pyromorpha basirei (Druce, 1896) and is extralimital to north of Mexico. The synonymy was made in Tarmann (1984:36) but this species was inadvertently listed as "semifulva (Druce, 1884: 62) (Dycladia)". It should have been listed as semifulva (Druce, 1896: 332) (Lycomorpha), Gerhard Tarmann (pers. email, 12/10/2016). Records north of Mexico may refer to 4638 Pyromorpha caelebs Blanchard, 1972, a species with hindwings with less yellow restricted to the coastal margin or lacking.
  • 4626.1: Neoalbertia rata (Hy. Edwards, 1882) is the same species as 4636 Neofelderia rata (Edwards, 1882) and is removed from the list.
  • 4630.1: Triprocris cyanea Barnes & McDunnough, 1910 duplicates 4619 Triprocris cyanea Barnes & McDunnough, 1910 and is removed.
  • 4633: Pyromorpha latercula (Edwards, 1882) was formerly in the genus Tetraclonia, Entomofauna Supplement. 2(1): 37.
  • 4636: Neofelderia rata (Edwards, 1882), formerly in the genus Pyromorpha, Entomofauna Supplement. 2(1):66, was listed between 4635 and 4637 erroneously as 4646 in the 1983 list. It was also previously listed erroneously at MPG as 4626.1 Neoalbertia rata.
  • 4641: Formerly in the genus Lagoa, Becker (1995) in Heppner (ed.), The Atlas of Neotropical Lepidoptera. Checklist: Part 2.
  • 4642: Formerly in the genus Lagoa, Becker (1995) in Heppner (ed.), The Atlas of Neotropical Lepidoptera. Checklist: Part 2.
  • 4643: Formerly in the genus Lagoa, Becker (1995) in Heppner (ed.), The Atlas of Neotropical Lepidoptera. Checklist: Part 2.
  • 4644: Megalopyge crispata (Packard, 1864) was formerly in the genus Lagoa, Becker (1995) in Heppner (ed.), The Atlas of Neotropical Lepidoptera. Checklist: Part 2.
  • 4646: Megalopyge bissesa Dyar, 1911 is a subspecies of 4647 Megalopyge opercularis (Smith, 1797)
  • 4647: 4647 Megalopyge opercularis (Smith, 1797) includes 4646 Megalopyge opercularis (Smith, 1797) as a subspecies.
  • 4647.1: Megalopyge albicollis (Walker, 1855) includes as a subspecies Megalopyge superba (Edwards, 1884) which was formerly listed as a synonym of 7985 Heterocampa subrotata Harvey, 1874 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist, Becker (1995) in Heppner (ed.), The Atlas of Neotropical Lepidoptera. Checklist: Part 2.
  • 4651: Paleophobetron perornata (Dyar, 1905), originally in the genus Epiperola, was transferred to Paleophobetron by Forbes (1942), Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool. 90:388, when he raised the genus from synonymy of Epiperola. The revision was overlooked in the 1983 Hodges Checklist and the species was listed in Epiperola. Becker & Epstein (1995) revised the status, placing it back in Paleophobetron, Atlas of Neotrop. Lepid. Chklst: Part 3.
  • 4652:
  • 4668.1: Apoda latomia (Harvey, 1877) is a subspecies of 4668 Apoda rectilinea (Grote & Robinson, 1868).
  • 4686: Monoleuca disconcolorata Barnes & Benjamin, 1925 is a synonym of 4688 Monoleuca occidentalis Barnes & McDunnough, Revista Brasileira de Zoologia. 10: 301.
  • 4687: Monoleuca fieldi Barnes & Benjamin, 1925 is a synonym of 4688 Monoleuca occidentalis Barnes & McDunnough, Revista Brasileira de Zoologia. 10: 301.
  • 4688: Monoleuca occidentalis Barnes & McDunnough, 1912 includes as a synonym 4686 Monoleuca disconcolorata Barnes & Benjamin, 1925 and Monoleuca fieldi Barnes & Benjamin, 1925, Revista Brasileira de Zoologia. 10: 301.
  • 4690: Euclea obliqua (Edwards, 1886) includes as synonyms 4694 Euclea dolliana, 4695 Euclea flava, and 4695 (1983 Hodges Checklist) Euclea spadicis (Grossbeck, 1906), Revista Brasileira de Zoologia. 10: 289-319.
  • 4692: Euclea angustilinea (Dyar, 1927) was formerly placed in the genus Monoleuca.
  • 4693: Euclea subdentosa (Dyar, 1891) was formerly placed in the genus Monoleuca.
  • 4694: Euclea dolliana Dyar, 1905 is a synonym of 4690 Euclea obliqua (Edwards, 1886). The number 4694 was occupied by Euclea spadicis (Grossbeck, 1906), also a synonym of E. obliqua, in the 1983 Hodges Checklist. Revista Brasileira de Zoologia. 10: 289-319.
  • 4695: Euclea flava Barnes & McDunnough, 1910 is a synonym of 4690 Euclea obliqua, Revista Brasileira de Zoologia. 10: 289-319.
  • 4700.1:
  • 4700.5: Perola clara Dyar, 1907 is now recognized within the North American fauna (Arizona), reported by Jason Dombroskie.
  • 4737: Eudonia alpina (Curtis, 1850) includes as a synonym 4737 Eudonia lugubralis (Walker, 1866), Nuss, 1999, Nova Supplementa Entomologica, 13: 3-151.
  • 4746.1: Chrysendeton nigrescens Heppner, 1991 n. sp., Trop. Lepid. , v. 2, no. 2, p. 119-121.
  • 4748: 4748-4751 formerly in Munroessa, now a synonym of Elophila.
  • 4766: Oligostigmoides cryptalis (Druce, 1896) replaces 4766 Oligostigmoides cryptale (Druce, 1896) (1983 Hodges Checklist, unjustified emendation (Hampson 1897)).
  • 4769.1: Neargyractis moniligeralis (Lederer, 1863) is now recognized within the North American fauna, Arthropods of Florida and Neighboring Land Areas. 17: 269.
  • 4770: Argyractis drumalis (Dyar, 1906) was formerly in the genus Petrophila, Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash. 96(4) 726-734.
  • 4774:
  • 4784.1: Petrophila heppneri Blanchard & Knudson, 1983 n. sp., Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash. 85: 59-63.
  • 4798.1: Frechinia murmuralis (Dyar, 1917), listed as a synonym of 4798 Frechinia helianthiales (Murtfeldt, 1897) in the 1983 Hodges Checklist, was recognized as a species in Munroe (1995) and formerly treated as such in Scholtens & Solis, (2015).
  • 4844: Chlorobaptella replaces Chlorobapta, a homonym (Munroe,1995).
  • 4850.5: Schacontia themis Solis & Goldstein, 2013, n. sp., holotype: Dominican Republic, first reported in the US from Sanibel Island, Lee Co., FL, ZooKeys, 291: 54.
  • 4850.6: Schacontia rasa Solis & Goldstein, 2013 is now recognized within the North American fauna, Hayden in Dixon and Anderson (2015), Tri-ology 54(1): 1, 11.
  • 4878.1: Aethiophysa extorris (Warren, 1892) is a duplicate of 5325 Aethiophysa extorris (Warren, 1892) and is removed.
  • 4880.5: Ennomosia basalis (Hampson, 1897) is now recognized within the North American fauna, Insecta Mundi 361: 1-16.
  • 4886: Lipocosma albinibasalis (Munroe, 1995) replaces Lipocosma albibasalis (B. & McD. 1911)
  • 4901:
  • 4907: Evergestis palousalis Munroe, 1974, listed as a subspecies of 4907 Evergestis obscuralis Barnes & McDunnough, 1914 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist, was recognized as the senior synonym in Munroe (1995). Evergestis palousalis obscuralias Munroe, 1995 replaces E. obscuralis (preoccupied).
  • 4913: Evergestis dischematalis (Munroe, 1995) replaces Evergestis dimorphalis (Munroe, 1974).
  • 4936.5: Sarabotys cupreicostalis (Dyar, 1913) is now recognized within the North American fauna (Arizona), ZooKeys. 535:106
  • 4953: Anania tertialis (Guenée, 1854), formerly treated as a subspecies of Anania coronata (Hufnagel, 1767), a species extralimital to North America, is raised to full species status, Systematic Entomology. 37: 687-705.
  • 4953.1: Anania plectilis (Grote & Robinson, 1867), formerly treated as a synonym of Anania coronata (Hufnagel, 1767), a species extralimital to North America, is raised to full species status, Systematic Entomology. 37: 687-705.
  • 4953.2: Anania tennesseensis Yang, 2012, n. sp., Systematic Entomology. 37: 687-705.
  • 4986.1:
  • 4992.5: Paracorsia repandalis ([Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775), is a Eurasia species recently introduced, first reported from Indianna by J. Vargo, ZooKeys, 535: 107.
  • 5012: Loxostege thallophilalis (Hulst, 1886) was erroneously listed previously as Loxostege thrallophilalis, corrects the spelling thallophilalis in the 1983 Hodges checklist, an unjustified emendation. The emendation was justified. This species was described on p. 153 in Trans. Amer. Ent. Soc. 13 and the spelling was corrected on p. 168 of the same work.
  • 5060: Pyrausta subsequalis (Guenée, 1854) includes as a subspecies 5060.2 Pyrausta plagalis and includes as a synonym 5076.1 Pyrausta cespitalis of authors not (Denis & Schiffermüller, 1775). Pyrausta insequalis (Guenée, 1854) is listed as a senior synonym by Munroe (1995). Brian Scholtens (pers. comm., 1/12/17) advises that subsequalis has priority.
  • 5060.1: Pyrausta borealis is elevated from subsp. Of 5060 Pyrausta subsequalis.
  • 5060.2: Pyrausta plagalis Haimbach, 1908 is a subspecies of 5060 Pyrausta subsequalis.
  • 5076.1: Pyrausta cespitalis of authors not (Denis & Schiffermüller, 1775) is a synonym of 5060 Pyrausta subsequalis.
  • 5076.98:
  • 5101.1: Udea aenigmatica was overlooked and omitted from the 1983 checklist.
  • 5102.1: Neoleucinodes torvis Capps, 1948 is now recognized within the North American fauna, Insecta Mundi. 361: 2.
  • 5105.1: Lamprosema baracoalis is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 5105.2: Lamprosema canacealis Walker, 1859 is now recognized within the North American fauna (Texas), Texas Lepidoptera Survey.
  • 5108:
  • 5109.1: Lineodes elcodes (Dyar, 1910) is now recognized within the North American fauna, first reported in the United States from California by Epstein (2004), ZooKeys, 535: 108.
  • 5109.2: Lineodes multisignalis Herrich-Schäffer, 1868 is now recognized within the North American fauna, News Lepd. Soc. 56(3): 135-136.
  • 5109.3: Lineodes vulnifica Dyar, 1913 is now recognized within the North American fauna, ZooKeys, 535: 108
  • 5121: Microphysetica hermeasalis (Walker, 1859) replaces Falcimorpha philogelos (Dyar, 1922)
  • 5123.1: Cangetta micralis (Hampson, 1907) was formerly in the genus Deuterophysa, Insecta Mundi. 361: 3.
  • 5145.1: Diacme oriolalis (Guenée, 1854) is removed. No verified records.
  • 5147: Epipagis fenestralis (Hübner, 1796) an unused senior synonym, replaces 5147 Epipagis huronalis (Guenée, 1854) in Munroe (1995).
  • 5148:
  • 5156.1: Nomophila triticalis Berg, 1875 is now recognized within the North American fauna, Heppner (2011) Lepidoptera Novae. 4(2-4): 61-192.
  • 5159:
  • 5160:
  • 5162: Desmia ufeus (Cramer, 1777) includes as a synonym 5163 Desmia divisalis, ZooKeys. 535: 29.
  • 5163: Desmia divisalis Walker, 1866 is treated as a synonym of 5162 Desmia ufeus in Munroe (1995) but status as a new synonym was not indicated, ZooKeys. 535: 29.
  • 5168.1: Desmia microstictalis Hampson, 1904 is extralimital to the US and Canada. Records from Florida need to be confirmed.
  • 5178.5: Nacoleia charesalis (Walker, 1859) is now recognized within the North American fauna (Florida), News Lepd. Soc. 57(1): 8-10.
  • 5187: Hileithia magualis (Guenée, 1854) was transferred from the genus Blepharomastix in Munroe (1995).
  • 5187.1: Hileithia decostalis is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 5188: Hileithia aplicalis (Guenée, 1854) was transferred from the genus Blepharomastix in Munroe (1995).
  • 5189: was transferred from the genus Blepharomastix in Munroe (1995).
  • 5190: Hileithia differentialis (Dyar, 1914) was transferred from the genus Blepharomastix in Munroe (1995).
  • 5192: Lygropia fusalis (Hampson, 1904), misplaced (genus uncertain), replaces 5192 Blepharomastix hampsoni (Barnes & McDunnough, 1913), n. syn., in Munroe (1995).
  • 5194.01: Sisyracera contortilinealis (Hampson, 1895), previously recorded from Florida, ZooKeys, 535: 110, is a synonym of 5194.02 Sisyracera inabsconsalis (Möschler, 1890), Revue suisse de Zoologie, 123(2): 381.
  • 5194.02: Sisyracera inabsconsalis (Möschler, 1890) is now recognized within the North American fauna (Florida), Arthropods of Florida and Neighboring Land Areas, 17: 1-670. This species includes as a synonym 5194.01 Sisyracera contortilinealis (Hampson, 1895), Revue suisse de Zoologie, 123(2): 381.
  • 5199.1: Glyphodes onychinalis is now recognized among the North American fauna. (Intro, ~2000, So. Calif.)
  • 5199.5: Asturodes fimbriauralis (Guenée, 1854) is removed. No verified records.
  • 5207.1: Diaphania elegans (Möschler, 1890) is now recognized within the North American fauna (Texas), News Lepd. Soc., 42(1): 3.
  • 5214.1: Omiodes martyralis (Lederer, 1863) is now recognized within the North American fauna (Louisiana), ZooKeys, 535: 109.
  • 5216: Diaphania costata (Fabricius, 1794) was transferred from the genus Stemorrhages in Munroe (1995), ZooKeys, 535: 32
  • 5220: Palpita atrisquamalis (Hampson, 1912) replaces 5220 Palpita gracilalis (Hulst, 1886), a species name preoccupied by Pyrausta gracilalis (Herrich-Schäffer, 1871) (Botys), ZooKeys, 535: 34.
  • 5224: Plapita euphaesalis (Walker, 1859) is a synonym of 5223 Palpita illibalis.
  • 5225:
  • 5228.1: Polygrammodes oxydalis is elevated from subsp. Of 5228 P. flavidalis.
  • 5235: Compacta hirtaloidalis (Dyar, 1912) corrects spelling of hirtaloides in the 1983 Hodges checklist.
  • 5240.1:
  • 5242: Pleuroptya penumbralis is a synonym of 5243 Pleuroptya silicalis
  • 5246.1: Phaedropsis principialis (Lederer, 1863), listed as a synonym of 5246 Phaedropsis chromalis in the 1983 Hodges Checklist, is raised to full species status.
  • 5248.1: Lygropia memmialis (Walker, 1859), listed as a synonym of 5248 Lygropia tripunctata in the 1983 Hodges Checklist, is recognized as a species in Munroe (1995), ZooKeys, 535: 107.
  • 5251.1: Lypotigris fusalis Hampson, 1905 is removed. This species is 5192 Lygropia fusalis Hampson, 1904 which includes as a synonym 5192 Nacoleia hampsoni Barnes & McDunnough, 1913.
  • 5264.1: Microthyris lelex (Cramer, 1777), formerly in the genus Cyclocena, is now recognized within the North American fauna (Florida), Insecta Mundi. 361: 5.
  • 5273: Herpetogramma ipomoealis is a synonym of 5244 Herpetogramma [=Pleuroptera] fluctuosalis.
  • 5280.1: Herpetogramma licarsisalis (Walker, 1859) is removed. This species is not listed in Scholtens & Solis (2015).
  • 5283.1: Syllepis marialis Poey, 1832 is now recognized within the North American fauna. Recorded from Key Largo, FL by Jim Troubridge and Jim Vargo.
  • 5287.1: Salbia cassidalis (Guenée, 1854), reported from Hidalgo County, 12/3/2013, 2013 Season Summary, News Lepid. Soc., 56(S1):92, is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 5288: Cnaphalocrocis trapezalis (Guenée, 1854) was formerly in the genus Marasmia.
  • 5289: Cnaphalocrocis cochrusalis (Walker, 1859) was formerly in the genus Marasmia.
  • 5297.1: Palpusia glaucusalis (Walker, 1859), listed as a synonym of 5269 Psara dryalis (Walker, 1859) in the 1983 Hodges Checklist, was recognized as a species of Palpusia in Munroe (1995), ZooKeys. 535: 110.
  • 5298.1: Sclerocona acutella is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 5299: Acentria ephemerella ([Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775), introduced from Europe, includes as a synonym 5299 Acentria nivea (Olivier, 1791), Neue Entomologische Nachrichten, 12: 1-157.
  • 5299.1: Acentria ephemerella ([Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775), erroneously assigned to 5299.1, is the same species as 5299.
  • 5307: Includes as a synonym Carectocultus repugnatalis [5308]. M. A. Solis and V. O. Becker, 2003. Dichromatism and New Synonymies of Carectocultus perstrialis. Tropical Lepidoptera 11(1-2), pp. 40-41.
  • 5308: Carectocultus repugnatalis is a synonym of Carectocultus perstrialis [5307].
  • 5316.1: Donacaula dispersellus (Robinson, 1870), listed as a subspecies of 5316 Donacaula melinellus (Clemens, 1860) in the 1983 Hodges Checklist, is raised to full species status in Martinez (2010).
  • 5316.2: Donacaula albicostellus (Fernald, 1888), listed as a subspecies of 5316 Donacaula melinellus (Clemens, 1860) in the 1983 Hodges Checklist, is raised to full species status in Martinez (2010).
  • 5319: Donacaula longirostrallus (Clemens, 1860) corrects spelling of longirostrella in the 1983 Hodges checklist and includes as a synonym 5320 Donacaula amblyptepennis, Martinez (2010)
  • 5320: Donacaula amblyptepennis (Dyar, 1917) is a synonym of 5319 Donacaula longirostrallus, Martinez (2010).
  • 5325: Aethiophysa extorris (Warren, 1892) was transferred from the genus Cybalomia, Proc. Entom. Soc. Wash., 111: 494-495.
  • 5330: Mesolia huachucaella Kearfott, 1908 corrects the spelling of xx in the 1983 Hodge Checklist.
  • 5362: Crambus agitatellus Clemens, 1860 includes as a synonym 5362.1 Crambus alboclavellus Zeller, 1863 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist but was previously inadvertently added at MPG and now removed.
  • 5362.1: Crambus alboclavellus Zeller, 1863, is removed. This species, listed as a new synonym of 5362 Crambus agitatellus Clemens, 1860 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist, was subsequently erroneously added to the MPG list as a full species, possibly because of it's inclusion in McDaniel et al. (1984).
  • 5383.1: Neodacrtria glenni Landry & Klots, 2002 n. sp., Fabreries, 27, 47-57.
  • 5383.4: Neodactria cochisensis Landry & Albu, 2012, n. sp., type locality Cochise Co., Arizona.
  • 5388: [Crambus] dimidiatellus (Grote, 1883), generic placement is provisional in Landry (1995).
  • 5405: [Crambus] angulatus (Barnes & McDunnough, 1918), generic placement is provisional in Landry (1995).
  • 5417.1: La cerveza Landry, 1995 n. sp., Mem. Entom. Int'l., v. 1, p. 1-242.
  • 5451.1: Parapediasia ligonellus is now recognized among the North American fauna (Florida) in Landry (1995).
  • 5451.2: Parapediasia torquatella Landry, 1995 n. sp., Mem. Entom. Int'l., 1: 115-117; figs. 43, 159, 272, 340 (p. 222 in orig. thesis).
  • 5451.3: Almita portalia Landry, 1995 n. sp., Mem. Entom. Int'l., v. 1, p. 1-242.
  • 5451.4: Almita texana Landry, 1995 n. sp., Mem. Entom. Int'l., v. 1, p. 1-242.
  • 5452.1: Thaumatopsis digrammellus (Hampson, 1919) is now recognized among the North American fauna (Arizona) in Landry (1995).
  • 5463.1: Argyria tripsacas (Dyar,1921) is now recognized among the North American fauna (Southeast).
  • 5465: 5465-66 are placed in Argyria by some authors.
  • 5466.1: Argyria centrifugens Dyar, 1914 is now recognized within the North American fauna based on two BOLD specimen records, sample ID: CNCLEP00088243, Florida, 1987-09-14; sample ID: 10BBLEP-01034, Florida, 2010-03-23.
  • 5476.1: Diatraea mitteri Solis, 2015, n. sp., (Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas), Solis et al. 2015.
  • 5491.1: Haimbachia gloriella Schaus, 1922 is now recognized within the North American fauna based on records from Badger, AZ, July 31, 1924 A.B. Klotz.
  • 5498.1: Eoreuma arenella Blanchard & Knudson, 1983 n. sp., Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash. 85: 59-63.
  • 5505: Original described as Chilo puritellus Kearfott, 1908, Proc. Nat. Mus. 35:393. Shown as puritella (1983).
  • 5525: Hypsopygia planalis (Grote, 1880), listed in the genus Herculia in the 1983 Hodges checklist, is transferred to the genus Hypsopygia in Scholtens & Solis (2015) following Leraut (2006).
  • 5526: Hypsopygia intermedialis (Walker, 1862) was formerly in the genus Pseudasopia and assigned to the genus Herculia in the 1983 Hodges Checklist. This species was transferred to the genus Hypsopygia in Leraut (2006).
  • 5527: Hypsopygia phoezalis (Dyar, 1908) was formerly in the genus Pseudasopia and assigned to the genus Herculia in the 1983 Hodges Checklist. This species was transferred to the genus Hypsopygia in Scholtens & Solis (2015) following Leraut (2006).
  • 5528: Hypsopygia cohortalis (Grote, 1878) was formerly in the genus Pseudasopia and assigned to the genus Herculia in the 1983 Hodges Checklist. This species was transferred to the genus Hypsopygia in Scholtens & Solis (2015) following Leraut (2006).
  • 5529: Dolichomia thymetusalis is moved from Herculia (Solis & Shaffer 1999).
  • 5530: Hypsopygia binodulalis (Zeller, 1872) was assigned to the genus Herculia in the 1983 Hodges Checklist. This species was transferred to the genus Hypsopygia in Leraut (2006).
  • 5531: Hypsopygia nostralis (Guenée, 1854) was a synonym of Herculia sordidalis (B. & McD., 1913) in the 1983 Hodges Checklist. This species was placed in the genus Ocrasa in Shaffer and Solis (1995) and subsequently transferred to the genus Hypsopygia in Leraut (2006).
  • 5533: Hypsopygia olinalis (Guenée, 1854) was assigned to the genus Herculia in the 1983 Hodges Checklist. This species was transferred to the genus Hypsopygia in Leraut (2006).
  • 5534: Arispe cestalis (Hulst, 1886) includes as a synonym 5535 Arispe atalis (Dyar, 1910) in Shaffer and Solis (1995).
  • 5535: Arispe atalis (Dyar, 1910) is a synonym of 5534 Arispe cestalis (Hulst, 1886), Shaffer and Solis (1995).
  • 5536.1: Neodavisia melusina Ferguson, Blanchard & Knudson, 1984 n. sp., Proc. Entom. Soc. Wash. , v. 86, no. 4, p. 769-772.
  • 5539: Parachma borregalis (Dyar, 1908) is a synonym of 5538 Parachma ochracealis.
  • 5541: Acallis gripalis (Hulst, 1886) includes as a synonym 5542 Accalis centralis, ZooKeys 344: 55-71.
  • 5542: Accalis centralis (Dyar, 1910) is a synonym of 5541 Acallis gripalis, ZooKeys 344: 55-71.
  • 5548: Anemosella basalis Dyar, 1914 includes as a synonym 5548 Anemosella polingalis Barnes & Benjamin, 1926, ZooKeys. 344: 55-71.
  • 5550.3: Epitamyra albomaculalis (Möschler, 1890) is now recognized within the North American fauna (Florida), ZooKeys. 535: 1-136.
  • 5550.6: Paragalasa exospinalis Cashatt, 2013, n. sp. (Arizona), ZooKeys. 344: 66.
  • 5551.1: Negalasa rubralis Barnes & McDunnough, 1913, treated as subspecies of 5551 Negalasa fumalis in the 1983 Hodges checklist, was recognized as a full species in Solis et al. (1995).
  • 5554: Penthesilea difficilis (Felder, Felder & Rogenhofer, 1875) includes as a synonym 5554 Tetraschistis leucogramma Hampson, 1904 in Solis et al. (1995).
  • 5558:
  • 5560: Includes as a synonym Salobrena rubiginea (Hampson, 1897).
  • 5560.1: Salobrena vacuana (Walker, 1863) is a duplicates 5561 Salobrena vacuana (Walker, 1863). The number 5560.1 is removed and 5561 is retained.
  • 5561: Includes as a synonym Epitamyra birectalis Hampson, 1897
  • 5568.1: Arta brevivalvalis Cashatt, 2013, n. sp. (Arizona), ZooKeys. 344: 66.
  • 5569: Xantippe beatifica is a synonym of 5567 Arta epicoenalis.
  • 5570: Xantippe uranides (Dyar, 1921) is a synonym of 5574 Heliades mulleolella.
  • 5572: Blepharocerus rosellus Blanchard, 1852 is removed (extralimital) from the list. This species was apparently erroneously added to the MONA list by Munroe (1983), ZooKeys. 535: 122.
  • 5573: Blepharocerus ignitalis Hampson, 1906 is removed (extralimital) from the list. This species was apparently erroneously added to the MONA list by Munroe (1983), ZooKeys. 535: 122.
  • 5574.1: Heliades huachucalis (Haimbach, 1915) is elevated from synonymy of 5574 Heliades mulleolella.
  • 5574.2: Heliades lindae Cashatt, 2013, n. sp. (Arizona), ZooKeys. 344: 62.
  • 5576.1: [Macalla] glastianalis (Schaus, 1922) was listed as Incertae sedis in Solis (1993).
  • 5578: Cacozelia pemphusalis (Druce, 1899) replaces Epipaschia albomedialis (B. & B., 1924).
  • 5581.1: Milgithea trilinearis (Hampson, 1906) is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 5582: Deuterollyta majuscula (Herrich-Schäffer, 1871) replaces Jocara incrustalis (Hulst, 1887).
  • 5583: Jocara perseella (B. & McD., 1913) is a synonym of 5582 Deuterollyta majuscula.
  • 5588.1: Oneida grisiella Solis, 1991 n. sp., Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash., v. 93, p. 808-827.
  • 5590: Tallula atramentalis of authors (not Lederer, 1863) is a synonym of 5594.1 Phidotricha erigens Ragonot, 1888, ZooKeys. 535: 1-136.
  • 5593.1: Tallula beroella Schaus, 1912 is now recognized within the North American fauna (Arizona), ZooKeys. 535: 1-136.
  • 5594.1: Phidotricha erigens Ragonot, 1888 includes as a synonym 5590 Tallula atramentalis of authors (not Lederer, 1863), ZooKeys. 535: 1-136.
  • 5615: Pococera fuscolotella (Ragonot, 1888) includes as a synonym 5778 Pempelia nigricans (Hulst, 1900), ZooKeys. 535: 102.
  • 5618: Pococera gelidalis (Walker, 1866) was listed as Tetralopha tertiella (Dyar, 1905).
  • 5620:
  • 5621: Coenodomus hockingii Walsingham, 1889 is removed from the list. Records from Maine are unverified, ZooKeys. 535:123.
  • 5621.1: Cryptoblabes gnidiella (Millière, 1864) is removed from the list. This species is from South and Central America and is known from Bermuda and Hawaii but extralimital to North America north of Mexico, ZooKeys. 535: 123.
  • 5630: Includes as a synonym 5633 - Paralipsa decorella (Hulst 1892). M. A. Solis and M. A. Metz, 2008. Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash. 110(3): 592-601.
  • 5630.1: Aphomia fulminalis (Zeller, 1872) was omitted from the 1983 Hodges Checklist, an apparent oversight. This widely distributed eastern species is included in Solis & Metz (2008), Proc. Entom. Soc. Wash., 110(3): 592-601.
  • 5631: Aphomia fuscolimbella (Ragonot, 1887) is removed from the list. Holotype was apparently mislabeled as North American, Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash., 110(3): 595.
  • 5632: Aphomia gularis (Zeller, 1877) was formerly in the genus Paralipsa in Leraut (2014). Paralipsa was synonymized with Aphomia in Leraut (2014).
  • 5633: Paralipsa decorella (Hulst 1892) is a synonym of 5630 - Aphomia terrenella. M. A. Solis and M. A. Metz, 2008. Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash. 110(3): 592-601.
  • 5633.1: Paralipsa fulminalis (Grote, 1878) is removed. This species duplicates 5630.1 Aphomia fulminalis (Zeller, 1872).
  • 5633.2: Epimorius testaceellus (Ragonot, 1887) is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 5634: Aphomia cephalonica (Stainton, 1866) was formerly in the genus Corcyra in Leraut (2014). Corcyra was synonymized with Aphomia in Leraut (2014).
  • 5651: Acrobasis indigenella (Zeller, 1848) includes as a synonym 5652 Acrobasis grossbecki (Barnes & McDunnough, 1917), MONA Fascicle 15.2.
  • 5652: Acrobasis grossbecki (Barnes & McDunnough, 1917) is a synonym of 5651 Acrobasis indigenella (Zeller, 1848), MONA Fascicle 15.2.
  • 5657: Acrobasis minimella (Ragonot, 1889) is a synonym of 5684 Acrobasis cirroferella.
  • 5658: Acrobasis feltella (Dyar, 1910) is a synonym of 5659 Acrobasis palliolella.
  • 5662.1: Acrobasis kylesi Neunzig, 1986 n. sp., MONA Fascicle 15.2.
  • 5666.1: Acrobasis texana Neunzig, 1986 n. sp., MONA Fascicle 15.2.
  • 5667.1: Acrobasis juglanivorella Neunzig, 1986 n. sp., MONA Fascicle 15.2.
  • 5668.1: Acrobasis caulivorella Neunzig, 1986 n. sp., MONA Fascicle 15.2.
  • 5671: Acrobasis peplifera (Dyar, 1925) is a synonym of 5672 Acrobasis exsulella.
  • 5678: Acrobasis malipennella (Dyar, 1908) is a synonym of 5677 Acrobasis normella.
  • 5679: Acrobasis alnella McDunnough, 1923 is a synonym of 5690 Acrobasis rubrifasciella
  • 5681: Acrobasis secundella (Ely, 1913) is a synonym of 5677 Acrobasis normella.
  • 5683: Acrobasis hebescella (Hulst, 1890) is a synonym of 5688 Acrobasis betulella.
  • 5684: Acrobasis cirroferella Hulst, 1892 includes as a synonym 5692 Acrobasis myricella, MONA Fascicle 15.2, MONA Fascicle 15.2.
  • 5686: Acrobasis caryivorella Ragonot, 1887 corrects spelling of caryaevorella. Spelling is corrected in the 1983 checklist. This species includes as a synonym 5687 Acrobasis comacornella, MONA Fascicle 15.2.
  • 5687: Acrobasis comacornella (Hulst, 1900) is a synonym of 5686 Acrobasis caryivorella.
  • 5690: Acrobasis rubrifasciella Packard, 1873 includes as a synonym 5679 Acrobasis alnella.
  • 5692: Acrobasis myricella Barnes & McDunnough, 1917 is a synonym of 5684 Acrobasis cirroferella, MONA Fascicle 15.2, MONA Fascicle 15.2.
  • 5693: Acrobasis tumidulella (Ragonot, 1887) is a synonym of 5686 Acrobasis caryivorella.
  • 5695: Formerly placed in the genus Trachycera.
  • 5696: Rhodophaea cruza (Opler, 1977) is a synonym of 5695 Trachycera caliginella.
  • 5697: 5697-5700 Rhodophaea kofa, aurata, fria and neva are synonyms of 5656 Acrobasis comptella.
  • 5701: Rhodophaea yuba (Opler, 1977) is a synonym of 5695 Trachycera caliginella.
  • 5702: Formerly placed in the genus Trachycera.
  • 5703: Formerly placed in the genus Trachycera.
  • 5705.1: Anypsipyla univitella (Dyar, 1914) is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 5706: Crocidomera imitata (Neunzig, 1990) replaces Crocidomera turbidella (Zeller 1848). Misidentification.
  • 5715: Creobota grossipunctella (Ragonot, 1888) is removed from the list. This introduced species has apparently not become established, ZooKeys. 535: 123.
  • 5716: Myelopsis coniella (Ragonot, 1887) is a synonym of 5719 Myelopsis minutularia.
  • 5720.1: Myelopsoides venustus Neunzig, 1998 n. sp., Proc. Entom. Soc. Wash. , v. 100, no. 4, p. 695-699.
  • 5722: Apomyelois decolor (Zeller, 1881) is removed. This species is excluded from North American fauna by Neunzig (1990) and Scholtens & Solis (2015).
  • 5723: Apomyelois ceratoniae (Zeller, 1839) was formerly in the genus Ectomyelois, ZooKeys. 535: 116.
  • 5726.1: Fundella ignobilis Heinrich, 1945 is now recognized within the North American fauna (Texas).
  • 5731.5: Scorylus cubensis Heinrich, 1956 is now recognized within the North American fauna (Florida), 1986 Season Summary, News Lepid. Soc., 29(2):36.
  • 5740: Zamagiria arctella (Ragonot, 1893) was formerly in the genus Anegcephalesis, MONA Fascicle 15.5.
  • 5747.1: Pima occidentalis (Heinrich, 1956) is elevated from subsp. of 5747 Pima albiplagiatella.
  • 5749: Pima vividella (McDunnough, 1935) is a synonym of 5751 Pima fulvirugella.
  • 5753.1: Pima fergusoni Neunzig, 2003 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.5.
  • 5754.1: Pimodes caliginosus Neunzig, 2003 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.5.
  • 5757: Interjectio ruderella (Ragonot, 1887) is a synonym of 5755 Interjectio denticulella.
  • 5760.1: Ambesa mirabella (Dyar, 1908) is elevated from subsp. of 5760 Ambesa walsinghami.
  • 5761.1: Ambesa dentifera Neunzig, 2003 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.5.
  • 5764.1: Catastia subactualis Neunzig, 2003 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.5.
  • 5770.1: Salebriaria ademptandella (Dyar, 1908) is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 5772.1: Salebriaria borealis Neunzig, 1988 n. sp., N.C. Agr. Res. Serv. Tech. Bull., v. 207, p. 1-95.
  • 5772.2: Salebriaria chisosensis Neunzig, 1988 n. sp., N.C. Agr. Res. Serv. Tech. Bull., v. 207, p. 1-95.
  • 5773.1: Salebriaria roseopunctella Neunzig, 2003 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.5.
  • 5773.2: Salebriaria rufimaculatella is a duplicate of 5775.2
  • 5774.1: Salebriaria robustella (Dyar, 1908) is elevated from synonymy of 5774 Salebriaria annulosella.
  • 5774.2: Salebriaria bella Neunzig, 1988 n. sp., N.C. Agr. Res. Serv. Tech. Bull., v. 207, p. 1-95.
  • 5774.3: Salebriaria fergusonella (Blanchard & Knudson, 1983) n. sp., Proc. Entom. Soc. Wash., v. 85, no. 3, p. 619-621.
  • 5774.4: Salebriaria grandidentalis Neunzig, 1988 n. sp., N.C. Agr. Res. Serv. Tech. Bull., v. 207, p. 1-95.
  • 5775.1: Salebriaria fasciata Neunzig, 1988 n. sp., N.C. Agr. Res. Serv. Tech. Bull., v. 207, p. 1-95.
  • 5775.2: Salebriaria rufimaculatella Neunzig, 1988 n. sp., N.C. Agr. Res. Serv. Tech. Bull., v. 207, p. 1-95.
  • 5775.3: Salebriaria squamopalpiella Neunzig, 1988 n. sp., N.C. Agr. Res. Serv. Tech. Bull., v. 207, p. 1-95.
  • 5775.4: Salebriaria equivoca Neunzig, 1988 n. sp., N.C. Agr. Res. Serv. Tech. Bull., v. 207, p. 1-95.
  • 5775.6: Salebriaria maximella Neunzig, 1988 n. sp., N.C. Agr. Res. Serv. Tech. Bull., v. 207, p. 1-95.
  • 5775.7: Salebriaria simpliciella Neunzig, 1988 n. sp., N.C. Agr. Res. Serv. Tech. Bull., v. 207, p. 1-95.
  • 5775.8: Salebriaria carolynae Neunzig, 1988 n. sp., N.C. Agr. Res. Serv. Tech. Bull., v. 207, p. 1-95.
  • 5775.9: Salebriaria kanawha Neunzig, 2003 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.5.
  • 5776.1: Salebriaria floridana Neunzig, 2003 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.5.
  • 5776.2: Salebriaria pallidella Neunzig, 2003 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.5.
  • 5777.1: Quasisalebria occidentalis (Neunzig, 1988) n. sp., N.C. Agr. Res. Serv. Tech. Bull., v. 207, p. 1-95.
  • 5778: Pempelia nigricans (Hulst, 1900) is a synonym of 5615 Pococera fuscolotella (Ragonot, 1888), ZooKeys. 535: 102.
  • 5779.1: Quasisalebria atratella (Blanchard & Knudson, 1985) n. sp., Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash. 87: 475-479.
  • 5781.1: Ortholepis baloghi Neunzig, 2003 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.5.
  • 5785.1: Meroptera anaimella Blanchard & Knudson, 1985 n. sp., Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash. 87: 231-238.
  • 5785.2: Meroptera nevadensis Neunzig, 2003 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.5.
  • 5790.1: Sciota fraudifera (Heinrich, 1956), formerly a race of 5790 Sciota delassalis (Hulst, 1886), is elevated to full species in Neunzig (2003), MONA Fascicle 15.5.
  • 5793.1: Sciota floridensis (Heinrich, 1956) corrects previous MPG spelling of floridenesis. This species is elevated from subsp. of 5793 Sciota dammersi, MONA Fascicle 15.5.
  • 5800: Sciota tarmitalis (Hulst, 1886) corrects spelling of termitalis in the 1983 Hodges Checklist. This species was transferred from the genus Nephopterix, MONA Fascicle 15.5.
  • 5800.1: Sciota levigatella (Hulst, 1892) is elevated from synonymy of 5800 Sciota termitalis, MONA Fascicle 15.5.
  • 5800.2: Sciota californiana Neunzig, 2003 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.5.
  • 5800.3: Sciota yuconella (Dyar, 1925) is elevated from subsp. of 5800 Sciota termitalis, MONA Fascicle 15.5.
  • 5805.1: Sciota quasisubfuscella Neunzig, 2003 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.5.
  • 5807: Nephopterix bisra (Dyar, 1919) was not considered to be part of the North American fauna by Neunzig 2003.
  • 5813: Telethusia rhypodella (Hulst 1887) is a synonym of 5812 Telethusia ovalis.
  • 5820.1: Stylopalpia luniferella (Hampson, 1901) corrects spelling by Heinrich (1956) and Munroe (1995a) of lunigerella. This species is now recognized among the North American fauna (Florida), 1987 Season Summary, News Lepd. Soc. 30(2): 36.
  • 5821: Hypochalcia ahenella ([Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775) includes as a synonym 5821 Hypochalcia hulstiella Ragonot, 1887, ZooKeys 535: 117.
  • 5824.1: Pyla arenaeola Balogh & Wilterding, 1998 n. sp., Proc. Entom. Soc. Wash. , v. 100, no. 4, p. 704-723.
  • 5825: Pyla gaspeensis (McD., 1958) is a synonym of 5824 Pyla aequivoca.
  • 5831.1: Pyla westerlandi Wilterding & Balogh, 2002 n. sp., Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash., v. 104, no. 2, p. 485-504.
  • 5832.1: Pyla longispina Neunzig, 2003 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.5.
  • 5832.2: Pyla serrata Neunzig, 2003 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.5.
  • 5849.1: Dioryctria caesirufella Blanchard & Knudson, 1983 n. sp., Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash. 85: 116-120.
  • 5851.1: Dioryctria hodgesi Neunzig, 2003 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.5.
  • 5852.1: Dioryctria delectella (Hulst, 1895) is elevated from synonymy of 5852 Dioryctria zimmermani.
  • 5854.1: Dioryctria merkeli Mutuura & Munroe, 1979 n. sp., J. Georgia Ent. Soc., v. 14, p. 290-304.
  • 5859.1: Dioryctria westerlandi Donahue & Neunzig, 2002 n. sp., Holarctic Lepidoptera 8(2) 33-36.
  • 5859.2: Dioryctria fordi Donahue & Neunzig, 2002 n. sp., Holarctic Lepidoptera 8(2) 33-36.
  • 5859.3: Dioryctria mutuurai Neunzig, 2003, n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.5.
  • 5861.1: Dioryctria resinosella Mutuura, 1982 n. sp., Can. Ent., v. 114, p. 1069-1076.
  • 5861.2: Dioryctria muricativorella Neunzig, 2003 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.5.
  • 5861.3: Dioryctria vancouverella (Mutuura, Munroe & Ross, 1969) is elevated from subsp. of 5861 Dioryctria pentictonella.
  • 5861.4: Dioryctria durangoensis (Mutuura & Neunzig, 1986) is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 5863.2: Dioryctria inyoensis Neunzig, 2003 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.5.
  • 5863.3: Dioryctria sierra Neunzig, 2003 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.5.
  • 5863.4: Dioryctria ebeli Mutuura & Munroe, 1979 n. sp., J. Georgia Ent. Soc., v. 14, p. 290-304.
  • 5863.5: Dioryctria taedivorella Neunzig & Leidy, 1989 n. sp., Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash., v. 91, p. 321-324.
  • 5863.6: Dioryctria yatesi Mutuura & Munroe, 1979 n. sp., J. Georgia Ent. Soc., v. 14, p. 290-304.
  • 5876: Sarata alpha Heinrich, 1956 was a temporary name for unassociated females in the 1983 Hodges checklist, excluded from Neunzig (2003).
  • 5877: Sarata beta Heinrich, 1956 was a temporary name for unassociated females in the 1983 Hodges checklist, excluded from Neunzig (2003).
  • 5878: Sarata gamma Heinrich, 1956 was a temporary name for unassociated females in the 1983 Hodges checklist, excluded from Neunzig (2003).
  • 5879: Sarata iota Heinrich, 1956 was a temporary name for unassociated females in the 1983 Hodges checklist, excluded from Neunzig (2003).
  • 5880: Sarata perfuscalis (Hulst, 1886) was a temporary name for unassociated females in the 1983 Hodges checklist, excluded from Neunzig (2003).
  • 5881: Sarata epsilon Heinrich, 1956 was a temporary name for unassociated females in the 1983 Hodges checklist, excluded from Neunzig (2003).
  • 5882: Sarata phi Heinrich, 1956 was a temporary name for unassociated females in the 1983 Hodges checklist, excluded from Neunzig (2003).
  • 5883: Sarata kappa Heinrich, 1956 was a temporary name for unassociated females in the 1983 Hodges checklist, excluded from Neunzig (2003).
  • 5884: Sarata delta Heinrich, 1956 was a temporary name for unassociated females in the 1983 Hodges checklist, excluded from Neunzig (2003).
  • 5887: Lipographis leoninella (Packard, 1873) is a synonym of 5886 Lipographis fenestrella.
  • 5889.1: Quasisarata subosseella (Hulst, 1892) is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 5897.1: Acroncosa minima Neunzig, 2003 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.5.
  • 5897.2: Acroncosa castrella (B. & McD., 1917) is elevated from subsp. of 5897 Acroncosa albiflavella.
  • 5899.1: Passadenoides montanus Ferris, 2004 n. sp., Zootaxa 705: 1-8.
  • 5899.2: Passadenoides donahuei Neunzig, 2003 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.5.
  • 5899.3: Passadenoides pullus Neunzig, 2003 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.5.
  • 5899.4: Chorrera extrincica (Dyar, 1919) is now recognized among the North American fauna (Florida Keys).
  • 5902:
  • 5908.1: Eumysia pallidipennella (Hulst, 1895) is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 5910: Divitiaca [=Macrorrhinia] simulella (B. & McD., 1913) is a synonym of 5909 Macrorrhinia ochrella.
  • 5913: Macrorrhinia endonephele (Hampson, 1918) replaces M. signifera (Blanchard, 1976) which is a synonym.
  • 5916: Ancylosis morrisonella (Ragonot, 1887) was formerly in the genus Heterographis, ZooKeys. 535: 1-136.
  • 5917: Ancylosis albipenella (Hulst, 1887) was formerly in the genus Staudingeria, ZooKeys. 535: 1-136.
  • 5918: Ancylosis undulatella (Clemens, 1860) was formerly in the genus Hulstia, ZooKeys. 535: 1-136.
  • 5918.1: Ancylosis bonhoti (Hampson, 1901) is now recognized within the North American fauna (Florida), Insecta Mundi 361: 6.
  • 5930.1: Palatka powelli Neunzig & Solis, 1996 n. sp., Proc. Entom. Soc. Wash. , v. 98, no. 1, p. 64-67.
  • 5933.1: Anderida peorinella Blanchard & Knudson, 1985 n. sp., Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash. 87: 475-479.
  • 5933.2: Cassiana malacella (Dyar, 1914) is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 5934.1: Mescinia berosa (Dyar, 1914) is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 5934.2: Mescinia parvula (Zeller, 1881) is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 5934.3: Mescinia texanica Neunzig, 1997 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.4.
  • 5934.5: Comotia torsicornis Dyar, 1914 is now recognized within the North American fauna (Florida), Heppner and Dickel (2008), Lepidoptera Novae 1(3-4): 101-102.
  • 5934.6: Phestinia costella Hampson, 1930 is now recognized within the North American fauna, ZooKeys. 535: 119.
  • 5935.1: Homoeosoma nanophasma Neunzig, 1997 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.4.
  • 5935.2: Homoeosoma phaeoboreas Goodson & Neunzig, 1993 n. sp., N.C. Agr. Res. Serv. Tech. Bull., v. 303, p. 1-105.
  • 5937.1: Homoeosoma asylonnastes Goodson & Neunzig, 1993 n. sp., N.C. Agr. Res. Serv. Tech. Bull., v. 303, p. 1-105.
  • 5938.1: Homoeosoma parvalbum Blanchard & Knudson, 1985 n. sp., Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash. 87: 231-238.
  • 5938.2: Homoeosoma oxycercus Goodson & Neunzig, 1993 n. sp., N.C. Agr. Res. Serv. Tech. Bull., v. 303, p. 1-105.
  • 5939.1: Homoeosoma emendator Heinrich, 1956 corrects the spelling of emandator. This species was listed in the 1983 Hodges checklist with the correct spelling as a subsp. of 5939 Homoeosoma illuviella and elevated to to species status in Goodson and Neunzig (1993).
  • 5940: Homoeosoma imitator (Heinrich, 1956) is a synonym of 5937 Homoeosoma striatellum.
  • 5943.1: Homoeosoma uncanalis Hulst, 1886 corrects spelling of uncanale (correctly spelled in the 1983 Hodges Checklist). This species is elevated from synonymy of 5942 Homoeosoma impressalis, North Carolina Agric. Res. Serv. Tech. Bull. 303. v + 105 pp. Spelling
  • 5944.1: Homoeosoma eremophasma Goodson & Neunzig, 1993 n. sp., N.C. Agr. Res. Serv. Tech. Bull., v. 303, p. 1-105.
  • 5944.2: Homoeosoma ammonastes Goodson & Neunzig, 1993 n. sp., N.C. Agr. Res. Serv. Tech. Bull., v. 303, p. 1-105.
  • 5944.3: Homoeosoma pedionnastes Goodson & Neunzig, 1993 n. sp., N.C. Agr. Res. Serv. Tech. Bull., v. 303, p. 1-105.
  • 5944.4: Homoeosoma ardaloniphas Goodson & Neunzig, 1993 n. sp., N.C. Agr. Res. Serv. Tech. Bull., v. 303, p. 1-105.
  • 5946: Phycitodes albatella (Ragonot, 1887) is extralimital to North America. Most specimens identified as this species are attributed to the western 5946.1 Phycitodes mucidella and eastern 5946.2 Phycitodes reliquellum, both formerly treated as subspecies of albatella, MONA Fascicle 15.4.
  • 5946.1: Phycitodes mucidella (Ragonot, 1887) is elevated from subsp. of 5946 Phycitodes albatella, MONA Fascicle 15.4.
  • 5946.2: Phycitodes reliquella (Dyar, 1904) is elevated from subsp. of 5946 Phycitodes albatella, MONA Fascicle 15.4.
  • 5947: Unadilla maturella (Zeller, 1881) replaces Unadilla floridensis (Heinrich, 1956) which is a synonym.
  • 5948: Unadilla nasutella (Hulst, 1890) is a synonym of 5947 Unadilla maturella (Zeller, 1881).
  • 5949.1: Laetilia dilatifasciella (Ragonot, 1887) is elevated from synonymy of 5949 Laetilia coccidivora.
  • 5949.2: Laetilia hulstii (Cockerell, 1897) is elevated from synonymy of 5949 Laetilia coccidivora.
  • 5953.1: Laetilia cinerosella Neunzig, 1997 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.4.
  • 5953.2: Laetilia bellivorella Neunzig, 1997 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.4.
  • 5964:
  • 5965: Baphala pallida (Comstock, 1880) replaces Baphala basimaculatella (Raganot, 1887).
  • 5965.1: Baphala eremiella (Dyar, 1910) is elevated from synonymy of 5965 Baphala pallida.
  • 5965.2: Baphala phaeolella Neunzig, 1997 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.4.
  • 5968.1: Zophodia multistriatella (Blanchard & Knudson, 1982) n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc., v. 35, no. 3, p. 233-235.
  • 5970.1: Cactoblastis cactorum (Berg, 1885) is now recognized among the North American fauna (southeast coasts).
  • 5971.1: Melitara doddalis (Dyar, 1925) is elevated from synonymy of 5971 Melitara dentata.
  • 5971.2: Melitara texana Neunzig, 1997 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.4.
  • 5971.3: Melitara apicigrammella Blanchard & Knudson, 1985 n. sp., Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash. 87: 231-238.
  • 5975.1: Alberada californiensis Neunzig, 1997 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.4.
  • 5975.2: Alberada franclemonti Neunzig, 1997 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.4.
  • 5975.3: Alberada candida Neunzig, 1997 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.4.
  • 5976: Alberada holochlora (Dyar, 1925) #5976 is a synonym of 5975 Alberada bidentella.
  • 5978:
  • 5982: Yosemitia longipennella (Hulst, 1888) is a synonym of 5981 Yosemitia graciella.
  • 5987.1: Ozamia clarefacta (Dyar, 1919) is elevated from subsp. of 5987 Ozamia fuscomaculella.
  • 5988.1: Ozamia lucidalis (Walker, 1863) is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 5993.1: Protasia mirabilicornella (Dyar, 1908) is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 5994.1: Selga californica Neunzig, 1990 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.3.
  • 5994.2: Pseudocabima arizonensis (Heinrich, 1956) was omitted from the 1983 Checklist.
  • 5994.3: Ancylosis bacloniensis (Blanchard & Knudson, 1985), n. sp., Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash. 87: 231-238, was formerly in the genus Pseudocabotia, Insecta Mundi. 361: 7.
  • 5995.1: Euzophera aglaeella (Ragonot, 1887) is elevated from synonymy of 5995 Euzophera semifuneralis.
  • 5995.2: Euzophera habrella Neunzig, 1990 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.3.
  • 5995.3: Euzophera vinnulella Neunzig, 1990 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.3.
  • 6001.1: Ephestiodes monticolus Neunzig, 1990 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.3.
  • 6003.1: Ephestiodes griseus Neunzig, 1990 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.3.
  • 6004.1: Australephestiodes stictella (Hampson, 1918) was 6073 Goya stictella.
  • 6005.1: Moodna pallidostrinella Neunzig, 1990 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.3.
  • 6007.1: Vitula serratilineella (Ragonot, 1887) is probably a subsp. of 6007 Vitula edmandsii.
  • 6009.1: Vitula aegerella Neunzig, 1990 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.3.
  • 6009.2: Vitula insula Neunzig, 1990 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.3.
  • 6009.3: Vitula coconinoana Neunzig, 1990 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.3.
  • 6012.1: Caudellia flordensis Neunzig, 1990 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.3.
  • 6013: Caudellia albovittella (Dyar, 1904) is a synonym of 6012 Caudellia apyrella.
  • 6014.1: Volatica gallivorella Neunzig, 1990 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.3.
  • 6016.1: Sosipatra proximanthophila Neunzig, 1990 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.3.
  • 6017.1: Sosipatra knudsoni Neunzig, 1990 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.3.
  • 6018.1: Ribua droozi Neunzig, 1990 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.3.
  • 6018.15: Ribua innoxia Heinrich, 1940 is now recognized within the North American fauna (South Carolina), ZooKeys, 535: 95.
  • 6018.2: Heinrichiessa sanpetella Neunzig, 1990 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.3.
  • 6018.5: Bethulia championella Ragonot, 1888 is now recognized within the North American fauna (Arizona), Proc. Entom. Soc. Wash., 108: 285-288.
  • 6020.1: Ephestia columbiella Neunzig, 1990 n. sp., MONA Fascicle. 15.3.
  • 6020.2: Uncitruncata leuschneri Neunzig, 2000 n. sp., Proc. Entom. Soc. Wash. , v. 102, no. 2, p. 408-411.
  • 6031.1: Eurythmia spaldingella (Dyar, 1905) is elevated from synonymy of 6031 Eurythmia hospitella.
  • 6031.2: Eurythmia yavapaella (Dyar, 1906) is elevated from subsp. of 6031 Eurythmia hospitella.
  • 6033: Eurythmia furnella Ely, 1910 corrects spelling of fumella in the 1983 Hodges Checklist and in Heinrich (1956).
  • 6036.1: Bema neuricella (Zeller, 1848) is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 6046.1: Peoria padreella Blanchard, 1980, n. sp. (Texas), Jour. Lepid. Soc., 34: 338-339.
  • 6067.1: Atascosa heitzmani Shaffer, 1980 n. sp., Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash., v. 82, no. 3, p. 408-411.
  • 6074.1: Moodnodes plorella (Dyar, 1914) is now recognized among the North American fauna.
  • 6077: Pseudothyris sepulchralis (Guérin-Méneville, 1832) was transferred from the genus Thyris to the genus Pseudothyris, gen. n., in Thiele (1986).
  • 6086.1: Banisia argutula Whalley, 1976, n. sp., Br. Mus. nat. Hist., 782:145, is now recognized within the North American fauna (Florida), Florida Entomologist 100(1):57-62.
  • 6099: Trichoptilus potentellus Lange, 1940 is treated as a synonym of 6101 Trichoptilus pygmaeus Walsingham, 1880 in Gielis (2003). T. potentellusasas is listed as a full species based on larval and pupal characteristics (unpublished MS) in Matthews (2016), www.plumemoth.com, accessed May, 2017.
  • 6121.1:
  • 6122:
  • 6125.1: Paraplatyptliia atlantica Landry & Gielis, 2008 n. sp.: Can. Ent. 140(2): 143-148.
  • 6127.1: 6127.1-6127.4 - Four Paraplatyptilia n. sp., Gielis, 2008. Ent. Zeit. Stuttgart 118(1): 3-7.
  • 6143: Stenoptilia pterodactyla (Linnaeus, 1761) is removed from the list, Pohl, et. al. (2016).
  • 6154.1: Pselnophorus chihuahuaensis Matthews, Gielis, & Watkins, 2014, n. sp., Insecta Mundi. 0364: 4.
  • 6154.2: Pselnophorus kutisi Matthews, Gielis, & Watkins, 2014, n. sp., Insecta Mundi. 0364: 6.
  • 6154.3: Pselnophorus hodgesi Matthews, Gielis, & Watkins, 2014, n. sp., Insecta Mundi. 0364: 10.
  • 6179: 6179 Hellinsia meyricki (Barnes & Lindsey, 1921) is a synonym of 5767 Hellinsia fieldi, syn. nov. in Gielis (1993), Zool. Verh. Leiden 290: 70.  H. meyricki is listed as a full species based on larval and pupal characteristics (unpublished MS) in Matthews (2016), www.plumemoth.com, accessed May, 2017.
  • 6181: Hellinsia fieldi (Wright, 1921) includes as a synonym 6179 Hellinsia meyricki, syn. nov. in Gielis (1993), Zool. Verh. Leiden 290: 70. H. meyricki is listed as a full species based on larval and pupal characteristics (unpublished MS) in Matthews (2016), www.plumemoth.com, accessed May, 2017.
  • 6184: Hellinsia brucei (Fernald, 1898) is listed in the genus Oidaematophorus in Gielis (2003) and the 1983 Hodges Checklist and in the genus Hellinsia (unpublished MS) in Matthews (2016), www.plumemoth.com, accessed May, 2017.
  • 6206: Includes as a synonym Oidaematophorus stramineus [6205]
  • 6210: Hellinsia balanotes (Meyrick, 1908) includes as a synonym 6217 Hellinsia serenus in Gielis (2003). H. serenus is listed as a full species in Matthews (2016), www.plumemoth.com, accessed May, 2017. Deborah Matthews (pers. comm. 05/26/2017) confirms that H. serenus is a full species.
  • 6215: Hellinsia subochraceus includes as a synonym 6218 Hellinsia australis in Gielis (1993) and Gielis (2003). H. australis is listed as a full species in Matthews (2016), www.plumemoth.com, accessed May, 2017.
  • 6217: Hellinsia serenus (Meyrick, 1913) is treated as a synonym of 6210 Hellinsia balanotes in Gielis (2003). This taxon is listed as a full species in Matthews (2016), www.plumemoth.com, accessed May, 2017. Deborah Matthews (pers. comm. 05/26/2017) confirms that H. serenus is a full species.
  • 6218: Hellinsia australis (Grinnell, 1908) is treated as a subspecies of 6215 Hellinsia subochraceus in Gielis (1993) and Gielis (2003). This species is listed as a full species in Matthews (2016), www.plumemoth.com, accessed May, 2017.
  • 6231: Hellinsia catalinae (Grinnell, 1908) is listed in the genus Oidaematophorus in Gielis (2003) and the 1983 Hodges Checklist and in the genus Hellinsia (unpublished MS) in Matthews (2016), www.plumemoth.com, accessed May, 2017.
  • 6256.1: Boudinotiana hodeberti Leraut, 2002 is removed from the list. Described from Asian material, that was mistakenly attributed to Labrador in NA, Pohl, et. al. 2016: 737.
  • 6258.1: Zanclopteryx mexicana Prout, 1910 is now recognized within the North American fauna, Arizona, Tropical Lepidoptera Research. 24(1): 59-60.
  • 6261.1: Heliomata scintillata Ferguson 2008 n. sp., MONA Fascicle 17.2, p. 54.
  • 6262: Heliomata fulliola Barnes & McDunnough, 1917 is a synonym of 6261 Heliomata cycladata Grote & Robinson 1866.
  • 6263:
  • 6264: Heliomata elaborata is a synonym of 6263 Heliomata infulata
  • 6265: Protitame matilda (Dyar, 1904) is a synonym of 6266 Protitame subalbaria (Packard, 1873).
  • 6267: Protitame hulstiaria (Taylor, 1906) is a synonym of 6270 Protitame virginalis (Hulst, 1900).
  • 6268: Protitame discalis (McDunnough, 1939) is a synonym of 6270 Protitame virginalis (Hulst, 1900).
  • 6269: Protitame albescens (McDunnough, 1939) is a synonym of 6270 Protitame virginalis (Hulst, 1900).
  • 6271: Protitame pallicolor (Dyar, 1923) is a synonym of 6266 Protitame subalbaria (Packard, 1873).
  • 6272: Eumacaria latiferrugata (Walker, [1863]) is a synonym of 6272 Eumacaria madopata (Guenée, [1858]).
  • 6273: Formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6274: Formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6275: Macaria fascioferaria is a synonym of 6274 Macaria ribearia
  • 6276: Macaria flavicaria (Packard, 1876), formerly in the genus Speranza, includes as a synonym 6277 Macaria subfalcata (Hulst, 1896).
  • 6277: Macaria helena (Cassino, 1928), formerly in the genus Speranza, was treated as a synonym of 6277 Itame subfalcata (Hulst, 1896) in the 1983 list.
  • 6278: Formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6279: Macaria occiduaria (Packard, 1874), formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657, includes as a synonym 6280 Macaria andersoni (Swett, 1916), ZooKeys. 38: 499.
  • 6280: Macaria andersoni (Swett, 1916) is a synonym of 6279 Macaria occiduaria (Packard, 1874), ZooKeys. 38: 499.
  • 6281: Formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6282: Formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6283: Formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6284: Formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6285: Formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6285.1: Macaria exonerata (Ferguson, 2008) n. sp., MONA Fascicle 17.2, p. 80, was formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6286: Formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6287: Formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6287.1: Macaria boreata (Ferguson, 2008) n. sp., MONA Fascicle 17.2, p. 92, was formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6288: Formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6289: Formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6290: Formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6291: Formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6292: Formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6293: Formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6294: Formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6295: Formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6296: Formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6297: Macaria pallidula is a synonym of 6294 Macaria abruptata
  • 6298: Formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6299: Formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6299.1: Macaria hesperata (Ferguson, 2008) n. sp., MONA Fascicle 17.2, p. 101, was formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6299.2: Macaria prunosata (Ferguson, 2008)n. sp., MONA Fascicle 17.2, p. 102, was formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6300: Formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6301: Formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6301.1: Macaria austrinata (Ferguson, 2008) n. sp., MONA Fascicle 17.2, p. 54. (S. Cal., Baja), was formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6302: Formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6303: Formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6304: Formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6304.1: Macaria wauaria (Linnaeus, 1758), formerly in the genus Speranza, Sihvonen, & Skou, 2015, is now recognized among the North American fauna. (E. Canada, NE USA)
  • 6305: Formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6306: Formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6307: Macaria pallescens is a synonym of 6301 Macaria guenearia
  • 6308: Formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6309: Formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6310: Formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6311: Formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6312: Macaria deceptrix (Dyar, 1913), formerly in the genus Speranza, Sihvonen, & Skou, 2015, includes as a synonym 6312 Macaria sobriaria (Barnes & McDunnough, 1917).
  • 6313: Macaria minata is a synonym of 9999 Macaria deceptrix
  • 6314: Formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6315: Formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6315.1: Macaria saphenata (Ferguson, 2008) n. sp., MONA Fascicle 17.2, p. 157. (Big Bend, TX), was formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6316: Formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6317: Formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6318: Macaria particolor (Hulst, 1898), listed in the 1983 Hodges Checklist but removed following Ferguson (2008), is again recognized. Chris Schmidt (pers. comm., 5/5/2017) advises that this is a valid species but the genus is undetermined.
  • 6319: Macaria crocearia (Hulst, 1887) was omitted in by Ferguson (2008) in MONA Fascicle 17.2. Chris Schmidt (pers. comm., 05//2017) advises that this is a valid species but the genus is undetermined.
  • 6320: Macaria deleta (Hulst, 1900) is a synonym of 6343 Macaria sexmaculata Packard, 1867.
  • 6322: Mellilla xanthometata is moved to 6271.1
  • 6323: Formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6324: Formerly in the genus Speranza, The Geometrid Moths of Europe. 5: 1-657.
  • 6326.1: Macaria juglandata Ferguson 2008 n. sp., MONA Fascicle 17.2, p. 185. (So. Calif.)
  • 6327: Macaria perplexata (Pearsall, 1913) is a synonym of 6326 Macaria aemulateria Walker 1861.
  • 6328: Macaria aspirata (Pearsall, 1913) is a synonym of 6326 Macaria aemulateria Walker 1861.
  • 6328.2: Psamatodes rectilineata (Warren, 1900) is now recognized among the North American fauna. (FL Keys)
  • 6329: Macaria versitata (Pearsall, 1913) is a synonym of 6326 Macaria aemulateria Walker 1861.
  • 6330: Macaria ulsterata Pearsall, 1913) is a synonym of 6330 Macaria notata (Linnaeus, 1758).
  • 6332: Macaria puntolineata (Packard, 1873) is a synonym of 6332 Psamatodes abydata (Guenée, [1858]).
  • 6332.1: Psamatodes trientata (Herrich-Schäffer, 1870) is now recognized among the North American fauna (FL, S. TX)
  • 6333: Macaria errata is a subsp. of 6333 Psamatodes evariata (Arizona, Mexico).
  • 6334: Macaria carpo (Druce, 1893) replaces Macaria infimata Guenée, [1858] in S. Florida.
  • 6338.1: Macaria ponderosae Ferguson 2008 n. sp., MONA Fascicle 17.2, p. 201.
  • 6342.1: Macaria masquerata Ferguson 2008 n. sp., MONA Fascicle 17.2, p. 196.
  • 6344: Macaria signaria (Hübner, [1809]) includes as a synonym 6346 Macaria unipunctaria, 6349 Macaria marmorata (Semiothisa banksianae Ferguson, 1974 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist), and 6350 Macaria submarmorata, ZooKeys. 38: 498.
  • 6345: Macaria fraserata Ferguson 1974 is a synonym/form of 6344 Macaria signaria (Hübner, [1809]).
  • 6346: Macaria unipunctaria (Wright, 1916) is a synonym of 6344 Macaria signaria, ZooKeys. 38: 498.
  • 6349: Macaria marmorata (Ferguson, 1972) was listed as a synonym of Semiothisa banksianae Ferguson, 1974, preocc. by Warr., 1897. Parsons et al. (1999) reinstated the name marmorata. The name was subsequently synonymized with 6344 Macaria signaria in Pohl et al. (2010), ZooKeys. 38: 498.
  • 6350: Macaria submarmorata Walker, 1861 is a synonym of 6344 Macaria signaria, ZooKeys. 38: 498.
  • 6352:
  • 6354: Macaria trimaculata (Warren, 1906) is a synonym of Psamatodes pallidata (Warren, 1897).
  • 6356: Macaria maculifascia (Hulst, 1896) is a synonym of 6358 Digrammia ordinata (Walker, 1862).
  • 6357.1: Digrammia equivocata Ferguson 2008 n. sp., MONA Fascicle 17.2, p. 292.
  • 6359: Macaria quadrifasciata (Taylor, 1906) is replaced by Taeniogramma quadrilinea (Schaus, 1901).
  • 6361: Digrammia orillata is a synonym of 6362 Digrammia continuata
  • 6363.1: Digrammia pallorata Ferguson 2008 n. sp., MONA Fascicle 17.2, p. 270.
  • 6363.2: Diagrammia cinereola is elevated from synonymy of 6363 Digrammia excurvata, and includes as a subspecies the former 6375 D. septemberata (Ferguson, 2008. MONA Fascicle 17.2).
  • 6366.1: Digrammia imparilata Ferguson 2008 n. sp., MONA Fascicle 17.2, p. 267.
  • 6367: Digrammia nigroalbana (Cassino, 1928) is a synonym of 6368 Digrammia atrofasciata (Packard, 1876).
  • 6368.1: Digrammia modocata Ferguson 2008 n. sp., MONA Fascicle 17.2, p. 277.
  • 6369: Digrammia maricopa (Hulst, 1898) is moved to 6411 Rindgea maricopa (Hulst, 1898).
  • 6371.1: Digrammia palodurata Ferguson 2008 n. sp., MONA Fascicle 17.2, p. 254.
  • 6372.1: Digrammia terramalata Ferguson 2008 n. sp., MONA Fascicle 17.2, p. 251.
  • 6374.1: Digrammia ubiquitata Ferguson 2008 n. sp., MONA Fascicle 17.2, p. 247.
  • 6375: Digrammia septemberata is a subspecies of 6363.2 Digrammia cinereola (Ferguson, 2008. MONA Fascicle 17.2).
  • 6377.1: Digrammia extenuata Ferguson 2008 n. sp., MONA Fascicle 17.2, p. 282.
  • 6378: Digrammia respersata (Hulst, 1880) is a synonym of 6377 Digrammia muscariata
  • 6379: Digrammia teucaria is a synonym of 6377 Digrammia muscariata (Guenée, [1858]).
  • 6382: Digrammia davisata (Cassino, 1928) is a synonym of 6383 Digrammia pervolata (Hulst, 1880).
  • 6384: Digrammia azureata (Cassino, 1928) is a synonym of 6410 Digrammia pallidata (Packard, 1873).
  • 6387.1: Digrammia sexpunctata (Bates, 1886) was a synonym of 6373 Digrammia denticulata (Grote, 1883).
  • 6388: Digrammia woodgateata (Cassino, 1928) is a synonym of 6385 Digrammia triviata (Barnes & McDunnough, 1917).
  • 6389: Digrammia arubescens is a synonym of 6389 Digrammia decorata
  • 6389.1: Digrammia plemmelata Ferguson 2008 n. sp., MONA Fascicle 17.2, p. 301.
  • 6390: Digrammia vernata is a synonym of 6391 Digrammia spinata
  • 6394.1: Digrammia hebetata (Hulst, 1881) is elevated from synonymy of 6394 Digrammia rippertaria (Duponchel, 1830).
  • 6398: Digrammia snoviata is a synonym of 6399 Digrammia subminiata
  • 6401: Digrammia meadiaria (Packard, 1874) is a synonym of 6399 Digrammia subminiata (Packard, 1873).
  • 6406.1: Rindgea disparcata Ferguson 2008 n. sp., MONA Fascicle 17.2, p. 330.
  • 6409.1: Rindgea prolificata Ferguson 2008 n. sp., MONA Fascicle 17.2, p. 332.
  • 6411: Digrammia sirenata (McDunnough, 1934) is a synonym of Rindgea maricopa (Hulst, 1898).
  • 6418: [Semiothisa] kuschea (Guedet, 1939), provisional placement. Christian Schmidt (pers. comm., 05/15/2017) advices that this species belongs in a new undescribed genus near Besma.
  • 6420.1: Fernaldella georgiana (Covell, Finkelstein & Towers, 1984) n. sp., J. Res. Lepid. 23: 161-168.
  • 6496.1: Glaucina lucida Rindge, 1959 is removed. It was correctly listed as a subsp. of 6496 Glaucina eupetheciaria in the Hodges 1983 Checklist.
  • 6515.1: Glaucina agnesae Rindge, 1959 is removed. It was correctly listed as a subsp. of 6515 Glaucina eureka in the Hodges 1983 Checklist.
  • 6575.1: Iridopsis profanata Barnes & McDunnough, 1917 is removed. It was correctly listed as a subsp. of 6575 Iridopsis clivinaria in the Hodges 1983 Checklist.
  • 6600: Epimecis subaustralis (Hulst, 1898) may be an invalid species and is omitted in Scoble (1999). It appears to duplicate Cleora subaustralis Hulst, 1898, treated as a synonym of 6260 Almodes terraria in the 1983 Hodges Checklist. However, this species is listed in Heppner (2007) with a pinned specimen which appears to be an Epimecis species and not Almodes terraria.
  • 6639.2: Astalotesia hollandi Rindge, 1990, n. sp., Bulletin of the AMNH, 199: 21, is now recognized within the North American fauna (Arizona), News Lepd. Soc., 49:(2): 65.
  • 6671: Phrygionis argentata is a synonym of 6671 - Phrygionis paradoxata.
  • 6677:
  • 6706: Includes as a synonym 6697 - Ixala klotsi. C. D. Ferris & B. C. Schmidt, ZooKeys 149: 31-37 (2011)
  • 6711: Previously listed in the genus Thysanopyga and also as Ilecta.
  • 6712: Formerly placed in the genus Thysanopyga. Ferguson 2009, Trop. Lepid. Res. 19(1): 35-51.
  • 6724:
  • 6733.1: Euchlaena astylusaria is a ssp. of 6733 Euchlaena amoenaria
  • 6747.1: Pero astapa (Druce, 1892) is now recognized within the North American fauna (Texas), 2013 Season Summary, News Lepd. Soc. 56(S1): 100.
  • 6754: Pero hubneraria is a synonym of 6748 Pero ancetaria
  • 6760.1: Pero washakiensis Ferris, 2003, n. sp., Bulletin of the Allyn Museum. 142: 1.
  • 6762:
  • 6764:
  • 6799.1: Spodolepis danbyi (Hulst, 1898) is raised from synonymy of 6799 Spodolepis substriataria to full species status in Pohl et al. (2010), ZooKeys. 38: 499.
  • 6804:
  • 6814: Nyctiphanta laetula is a synonym of 6716.1 Aspitates ochrearia
  • 6822.1: Metarranthis hamaria is a synonym of 6822 Metarranthis duaria
  • 6826.1: Metarranthis mestusata is a synonym of 6826 Metarranthis hypochraria
  • 6836: Anagoga occiduaria is a synonym of 6836 Plagodis pulveraria
  • 6837.1: Probole nyssaria is a synonym of 6837 Probole alienaria
  • 6863:
  • 6920: Acanthotoca graefii (Hulst, 1896) corrects spelling of graefi in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 6953: Formerly placed in the genus Synaxis. See: Clifford D. Ferris and B. Christian Schmidt. Revision of the North American Genus Tetracis and Synonymization of Synaxis with Descriptions of Three New Species. ZooTaxa 2347: 1-36 (2010) .pdf file.
  • 6954: Formerly placed in the genus Synaxis. See: Clifford D. Ferris and B. Christian Schmidt. Revision of the North American Genus Tetracis and Synonymization of Synaxis with Descriptions of Three New Species. ZooTaxa 2347: 1-36 (2010) .pdf file.
  • 6954.1: New species description. See: Clifford D. Ferris and B. Christian Schmidt. Revision of the North American Genus Tetracis and Synonymization of Synaxis with Descriptions of Three New Species. ZooTaxa 2347: 1-36 (2010) .pdf file.
  • 6955: Formerly placed in the genus Synaxis. See: Clifford D. Ferris and B. Christian Schmidt. Revision of the North American Genus Tetracis and Synonymization of Synaxis with Descriptions of Three New Species. ZooTaxa 2347: 1-36 (2010) .pdf file.
  • 6956: Formerly placed in the genus Synaxis. See: Clifford D. Ferris and B. Christian Schmidt. Revision of the North American Genus Tetracis and Synonymization of Synaxis with Descriptions of Three New Species. ZooTaxa 2347: 1-36 (2010) .pdf file.
  • 6956.1: New species description. See: Clifford D. Ferris and B. Christian Schmidt. Revision of the North American Genus Tetracis and Synonymization of Synaxis with Descriptions of Three New Species. ZooTaxa 2347: 1-36 (2010) .pdf file.
  • 6957: Formerly assigned to Synaxis, determined to be a Caripeta on the basis of genitalic characters.
    C. D. Ferris, 2009. J. Lepid. Soc. 63(3): 164-165. Synaxis triangulata Moved to Caripeta.
  • 6958: Formerly placed in the genus Synaxis. See: Clifford D. Ferris and B. Christian Schmidt. Revision of the North American Genus Tetracis and Synonymization of Synaxis with Descriptions of Three New Species. ZooTaxa 2347: 1-36 (2010) .pdf file.
  • 6959: Formerly placed in the genus Synaxis. See: Clifford D. Ferris and B. Christian Schmidt. Revision of the North American Genus Tetracis and Synonymization of Synaxis with Descriptions of Three New Species. ZooTaxa 2347: 1-36 (2010) .pdf file.
  • 6960: Formerly placed in the genus Synaxis. See: Clifford D. Ferris and B. Christian Schmidt. Revision of the North American Genus Tetracis and Synonymization of Synaxis with Descriptions of Three New Species. ZooTaxa 2347: 1-36 (2010) .pdf file.
  • 6960.1: New species description. See: Clifford D. Ferris and B. Christian Schmidt. Revision of the North American Genus Tetracis and Synonymization of Synaxis with Descriptions of Three New Species. ZooTaxa 2347: 1-36 (2010) .pdf file.
  • 6961: Formerly placed in the genus Synaxis. See: Clifford D. Ferris and B. Christian Schmidt. Revision of the North American Genus Tetracis and Synonymization of Synaxis with Descriptions of Three New Species. ZooTaxa 2347: 1-36 (2010) .pdf file.
  • 6962: Formerly assigned to Synaxis, determined to be a Metanema based on genitalic characters.
    C.D. Ferris, 2009. J. Lepid. Soc. 63(3): 166-168. Metanema brunneilinearia Misplaced in Synaxis.
  • 6963: Formerly placed in the genus Synaxis. See: Clifford D. Ferris and B. Christian Schmidt. Revision of the North American Genus Tetracis and Synonymization of Synaxis with Descriptions of Three New Species. ZooTaxa 2347: 1-36 (2010) .pdf file.
  • 6964: Formerly placed in the genus Synaxis. See: Clifford D. Ferris and B. Christian Schmidt. Revision of the North American Genus Tetracis and Synonymization of Synaxis with Descriptions of Three New Species. ZooTaxa 2347: 1-36 (2010) .pdf file.
  • 6970:
  • 6974.1: Patalene hamulata (Guenée, [1858]) is now recognized within the North American fauna (Florida), Arthropods of Florida and Neighboring Land Areas. 17: 1-670
  • 6982: Prochoerodes transversata is a synonym of 6982 Prochoerodes lineola
  • 6984: Generic placement is provisional, Pohl et. al 2016.
  • 6988: Antepione comstocki is a synonym of Antepione imitata [6990].
  • 6989: Antepione indiscretata is a synonym of Antepione imitata [6990].
  • 6990: Includes as synonyms Antepione comstocki [6988], A. indiscretata [6989] and A. constans [6991].
  • 6991: Antepione constans is a synonym of Antepione imitata [6990].
  • 6992: Pionenta ochreata (Hulst, 1898), formerly placed in the genus Antepione, includes as synonyms 6993 Antepione [=Pionenta] hewesata Sperry, 1948 and Antepione ligata (Grossbeck 1908), ZooKeys. 71: 49-70.
  • 6993: Antepione hewesata Sperry 1948 is a synonym of 6992 Pionenta ochreata (Hulst, 1898), ZooKeys. 71: 49-70.
  • 7009: Nematocampa limbata is a syn. of 7010 N. resistaria, and is here reused for Ligdia wagneri Ferguson & Adams 2008 n. sp., MONA Fascicle 17.2 (Great Smokies N.P.)
  • 7010: Nematocampa expunctaria is a synonym of 7010 Nematocampa resistaria
  • 7010.1: Nematocampa baggettaria Ferguson1993 n. sp., J. Lepid. Soc. 47: 73.
  • 7011.2: Anavinemina acomos Rindge, 1990, n. sp., Bulletin AMNH, 199: 44.
  • 7020: Nemoria aemularia Barnes & McDunnough, 1918, is s synonym of 7021 Nemoria arizonaria (Grote, 1883), MONA Fascicle 18.1, 1985.
  • 7021: Nemoria arizonaria (Grote, 1883) includes as a synonym Nemoria aemularia Barnes & McDunnough, 1918, MONA Fascicle 18.1, 1985.
  • 7046:
  • 7070.1:
  • 7070.5: Eucrostes dominicaria (Guenée, [1858]) is now recognized within the North American fauna (Florida), Arthropods of Florida and Neighboring Land Areas. 17: 351.
  • 7111.1: Idaea knudsonaria Covell, 2015, n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc. 69(4): 317-325.
  • 7111.2: Idaea kendallaria Covell, 2015, n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc. 69(4): 317-325.
  • 7111.3: Idaea elizabetharia Covell, 2015, n. sp., Jour. Lepid. Soc. 69(4): 317-325.
  • 7129.1: Arcobara cavana (Druce, 1892) is now recognized within the North American fauna, (Texas), Tropical Lepidoptera Research. 24(1): 59-60.
  • 7168: Scopula cajanderi (Herz, 1903) includes as a synonym 7168 Scopula septentrionicola, The Canadian Entomologist. 133: 467-486.
  • 7172.1: Scopula calotis (Dyar, 1912) is now recognized within the North American fauna, (Texas), 2013 Season Summary, News Lepd. Soc. 56(S1): 101.
  • 7178:
  • 7181.1: Eois tegularia (Guenée, [1858]), is now recognized within the North American fauna (Texas), Texas Lepidoptera Survey. This species was formerly listed in the genus Cambogia.
  • 7186.1: Dysstroma infuscata (Tengström, 1869) is now recognized within the North American fauna, ZooKeys. 38: 375.
  • 7188.1: Dysstroma pseudimmanata (Heydemann, 1929) is now recognized within the North American fauna, ZooKeys. 38: 375.
  • 7214: Gandaritis atricolorata (Grote & Robinson, 1867) was formerly in the genus Ecliptopera, American Museum Novitates. 3318(1): 1-37.
  • 7214.1: Gandaritis powellata (Ferguson & Choi, 2001), n. sp., Proc. Entom. Soc. Wash., 103(2): 367-372. This species was formerly in the genus Eulithis, American Museum Novitates. 3318(1): 1-37.
  • 7215: Colostygia circumvallaria (Taylor, 1906), formerly a subspecies of 7215 Colostygia turbata (extralimital), is raised to full species status in Pohl et al. (2010), ZooKeys. 38: 495.
  • 7221.5: Lampropteryx suffumata ([Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775) is now recognized within the North American fauna (Alaska), Choi (2000); (Brithish Columbia, Alberta), deWaard et al. (2008), J. Entomol. Soc. British Columbia. 105: 19-26.
  • 7286:
  • 7295:
  • 7299: Pterocypha defensata Walker, 1862 was listed as a synonym, indent. uncert., of 7299 Pterocypha floridata (Walker, [1863]) in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 7304: Entephria nigrescens is a synonym of 7301 Entephria multivagata
  • 7305: Generic placement is provisional, Pohl et. al 2016.
  • 7354:
  • 7355:
  • 7373.1: Xanthorhoe delectaria Cassino & Swett, 1920, formerly a subspecies of 7373 Xanthorhoe ramaria in the 1983 Hodges Checklist, is raised to full species status, ZooKeys. 38: 376
  • 7374: Xanthorhoe lagganata Swett & Cassino, 1920 includes as a synonym 7374 Xanthorhoe incursata of authors (not Hübner, [1813]), ZooKeys. 38: 497.
  • 7377: Xanthorhoe dodata Swett & Cassino, 1920 is a synonym of 7378 Xanthorhoe algidata, ZooKeys. 38: 377.
  • 7378: Xanthorhoe algidata (Möschler, 1874) includes as a synonym 7377 Xanthorhoe dodata, ZooKeys. 38: 377.
  • 7381: Xanthorhoe montanata ([Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775) is removed from the list, no verified records from North America of this Eurasian species, Pohl et al. (2016).
  • 7399: Listed in the 1983 check list as Euphyia unangulata intermediata (7399a), now recognized as a distinct species. E. unangulata is extralimital to North America.
  • 7428:
  • 7432.5: Minoa murinata (Scopoli, 1763) was introduced from Europe into the Canada in 1988 for biocontrol of Leafy Spurge (Euphorbia esula). Establishment of this species appears to have been unsuccessful. Winston et al. 2014.
  • 7438: Operophtera bruceata occidentalis (Hulst, 1896), listed in the 1983 Hodges Checklist as a full species, was synonymized as a subspecies of Operophtera bruceata (Hulst, 1886) in Troubridge & Fitzpatrick (1993). This species is treated as a full species in Pohl et al. (2016) (unpublished provisional checklist) following findings in Gwiazdowski et al. (2013), Ann. Entomol. Soc. Am. 106(2): 143-151.
  • 7450: Eupithecia transcanadata is a synonym of 7449 Eupithecia palpata
  • 7464.1: Eupithecia pusillata ([Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775), a native of Greenland, is now recognized within the North American fauna (Greenland), Mironov (2003), (British Columbia), deWaard et al. (2010), Journal of the Entomological Society of British Columbia. 107: 1-7.
  • 7477: Eupithecia harveyata is a synonym of 7476 Eupithecia misturata
  • 7484: Eupithecia undata of authors not Freyer, 1842 is a synonym of 7548.1 Eupithecia lafontaineata Bolte, 1990.
  • 7489: Eupithecia luteata Packard, 1867 is a synonym of 7548.2 Eupithecia lariciata (Freyer, 1841).
  • 7493: Eupithecia bradprata is a synonym of 7492 Eupithecia casloata
  • 7517: Eupithecia gibsonata is a synonym of 7518 Eupithecia intricata
  • 7520: Eupithecia satyrata (Hübner, [1813]) includes as subspecies 7520.3 Eupithecia dodata
  • 7520.3: Eupithecia dodata Taylor, 1906 is a subspecies 7520 Eupithecia satyrata
  • 7521: Eupithecia terminata is a synonym of 7520 Eupithecia satyrata
  • 7525: Eupithecia grata is a synonym of 7524 Eupithecia cimicifugata
  • 7528: Eupithecia fumosa is a synonym of 7554.1 Eupithecia assimilata
  • 7529: Eupithecia coagulata is a synonym of 7586.1 Eupithecia absinthiata
  • 7541: Eupithecia hanhami is a synonym of 7540 Eupithecia perfusca
  • 7542: Eupithecia filmata is a synonym of 7543 Eupithecia annulata
  • 7543: Eupithecia annulata (Hulst, 1896) includes as a synonym 7544 Eupithecia vinsullata.
  • 7544: Eupithecia vinsullata Mackay, 1951 is a synonym of 7543 Eupithecia annulata
  • 7545: Eupithecia usurpata is a synonym of 7543 Eupithecia annulata
  • 7548.1: Eupithecia lafontaineata Bolte, 1990 replaces 7484 Eupithecia undata of authors not Freyer, 1842, Memoirs of the Entomological Society of Canada. 151: 1-253.
  • 7548.2: Eupithecia lariciata (Freyer, 1841) includes a synonym 7489 Eupithecia luteata, Memoirs of the Entomological Society of Canada. 151: 1-253.
  • 7549: Eupithecia georgeii is a synonym of 7548 Eupithecia lachrymosa
  • 7550: Eupithecia kananaskata is a synonym of 7548 Eupithecia lachrymosa
  • 7551: Eupithecia pusillata is a synonym of 7551 Eupithecia interruptofasciata
  • 7577: Eupithecia columbrata McDunnough, 1940, listed as a full species in the 1983 Hodges Checklist, was synonymized as a subspecies of 7575 Eupithecia mutata Pearsall, 1908, and elevated back to full species status following Parsons et al. (1999).
  • 7582: Eupithecia miamata is a synonym of 7514 Eupithecia biedermanata
  • 7593: Eupithecia jamesi Ferris & Mironov, 2007 is a replacement name for Eupithecia deserticola McDunnough, 1946, a junior secondary homonym of Tephroclystia deserticola Turati, 1934, now included in the genus Eupithecia, The Canadian Entomologist. 139(1): 131-132
  • 7598: The former 7599 - Eupithecia penumbrata is a now synonym of this species.
  • 7599: Eupithecia penumbrata is a synonym of 7598 Eupithecia classicata
  • 7601.2: Eupithecia morensata is a synonym of 7601 Eupithecia nevadata
  • 7605.1: Eupithecia succenturiata (Linnaeus, 1758) is now recognized within the North American fauna (Alaska), Zootaxa. 3571: 1-25.
  • 7657.1: Orudiza placidaria Walker, 1861, formerly in the genus Orudiza, is now recognized within the North American fauna (Texas) by Ferguson (1986).
  • 7664.1: Apatelodes auduboni Wagner & Knudson, 2014, n. sp. (Texas), Jour. Lepid. Soc. 68(3): 211-217.
  • 7706.1: Citheronia phoronea (Cramer, 1779) is now recognized within the North American fauna (Texas), 2003 Season Summary, News Lepd. Soc. 46(S1): 48.
  • 7723: Anisota virginiensis (Drury, 1773) includes as a subspecies 7723.1 Anisota pellucida.
  • 7723.1: Anisota pellucida (Smith, 1797) is a subspecies of 7723 Anisota virginiensis.
  • 7731: Hemileuca nevadensis Stretch, 1872 includes as a synonym 7731.1 Hemileuca artemis.
  • 7731.1: Hemileuca artemis is a synonym of 7731 Hemileuca nevadensis Stretch, 1872
  • 7733: Hemileuca grotei Grote & Robinson, 1868 includes as a subspecies 7734 Hemileuca diana in Pohl et al. (2016) following Tuskes et al. (1996). H. diana continues to be treated as a full species by some authors.
  • 7734: Hemileuca diana Packard, 1874 is treated as a subspecies of 7733 Hemileuca grotei in Pohl et al. (2016) following Tuskes et al. (1996). This taxon continues to be treated as full species by some authors.
  • 7741: Hemileuca hera (Harris, 1841) includes as a subspecies 7742 Hemileuca magnifica in Pohl et al. (2016) following Tuskes et al. (1996). Both H. h. magnifica and H. h. marcata continue to be treated as full species by some authors.
  • 7742: Hemileuca magnifica (Rotger, 1948) is treated as a subspecies of 7741 Hemileuca hera in Pohl et al. (2016) following Tuskes et al. (1996). This taxon continues to be treated as full species by some authors.
  • 7744.2: Hemileuca lex (Druce, 1897) is removed; no verified records north of Mexico and not listed in the 1983 Hodges Checklist or Tuskes et al. (1996).
  • 7744.3: Hemileuca peigleri is a subspecies of Hemileuca maia (Drury, 1773), Tuskes et al. (1996).
  • 7754: Agapema galbina (Clemens, 1860) includes as a synonym 7755 Agapema solita, Proceedings of the Denver Museum of Natural History. 3(3): 3.
  • 7754.2: Agapema dyari Cockerell, 1914, n. sp., is treated by some authors as a subspecies of 7754.1 Agapema anona (Ottolengui, 1903).
  • 7754.3: Agapema platensis Peigler & Kendall, 1993, n. sp., is treated by some authors as a subspecies of 7754.1 Agapema anona (Ottolengui, 1903).
  • 7755: Agapema solita Ferguson, 1972 is a synonym of 7754 Agapema galbina (Clemens, 1860), Proceedings of the Denver Museum of Natural History. 3(3): 3.
  • 7758.5: Copaxa mannana Dyar, 1914 is now recognized within the North American fauna (Texas), 2002 Season Summary, News Lepd. Soc. 45(S1): 41.
  • 7769: Hyalophora gloveri (Strecker, 1872), formerly treated as synonym of 7768 Hyalophora columbia, is raised back to full species status, ZooKeys, 38: 499-502.
  • 7771:
  • 7773:
  • 7775:
  • 7776:
  • 7778:
  • 7782:
  • 7783:
  • 7784:
  • 7786:
  • 7787:
  • 7789:
  • 7793:
  • 7795: Lintneria geminus (Rothschild & Jordan, 1903) was listed in the 1983 Hodges checklist (Texas) and improperly excluded in Tuttle (2007), Pohl et al. (2016).
  • 7796:
  • 7802:
  • 7807:
  • 7809:
  • 7810:
  • 7810.1:
  • 7811:
  • 7812:
  • 7815: Sphinx pinastri Linnaeus, 1758 is an introduced species from Eurasia which may not have become established, Pohl et al. (2016)
  • 7816:
  • 7817:
  • 7818: Protambulyx strigilis (Linnaeus, 1771) includes as a synonym 7819 Protambulyx carteri Rothschild & Jordan, 1903 in Tuttle (2007).
  • 7822:
  • 7822.1: Smerinthus ophthalmica Boisduval, 1855, formerly a synonym of 7822 Smerinthus cerisyi, is raised to full species status, ZooKeys. 38: 388.
  • 7830:
  • 7833:
  • 7835:
  • 7837: Erinnyis obscura (Fabricius, 1775) includes as a synonym 7838 Erinnyis domingonis (Butler, 1875) in Tuttle (2007).
  • 7842:
  • 7845:
  • 7852:
  • 7853:
  • 7854:
  • 7855:
  • 7855.1: Hemaris thetis (Boisduval, 1855) includes as a synonym 7856 Hemaris senta, Jour. Lepid. Soc., 63(2). 100-109.
  • 7856: Hemaris senta is a synonym of 7855.1 Hemaris thetis, Jour. Lepid. Soc., 63(2). 100-109.
  • 7857.1: Eumorpha elisa (Smyth, 1901) is now recognized within the North American fauna (Arizona), 2010 Season Summary, News Lepd. Soc. 53(S1): 21.
  • 7862: Eumorpha megaeacus (Hübner, [1819]) corrects spelling of megeacus. This species was listed as a synonym of 7862 Eumorpha eacus (Cramer, 1780) in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 7872: Proserpinus lucidus (Boisduval, 1852) was formerly in the genus Arctonotus, Jour. Lepid. Soc., 63(4): 233-235.
  • 7883: Macroglossum stellatarum (Linnaeus, 1758) is considered extralimital though there do appear to be records from North America.
  • 7922: Pheosia portlandia [7923] is a synonym. It has previously been treated as a distinct species, replacing P. rimosa in Pacific coastal forests. DNA barcode haplotypes of Washington and British Columbia portlandia are entirely or nearly identical to typical rimosa from B.C. and Alberta, and there are no differences in genitalic structure. Intermediate phenotypes occur across a large geographical area from central British Columbia to central Washington.
  • 7923: Pheosia portlandia is a synonym of 7922 - Pheosia rimosa.
  • 7924: [Odontosia] elegans (Strecker, 1885), provisional generic placement, World Catalogue of Insects. 11: 229.
  • 7925: [Odontosia] grisea (Strecker, 1885), provisional generic placement, World Catalogue of Insects. 11: 229.
  • 7928: Previously treated as Notodonta simplaria (Graef, 1881), now viewed as a North American form of a Holarctic species.
  • 7931: Previously synonymized under Gluphisia crenata, a European species having significantly different DNA barcoding.
  • 7936: Furcula borealis has been treated as a subspecies of the Eurasian Furcula bicuspis. It has been elevated back to species status.
  • 7937: Barcode divergences within Furcula cinerea (and other Furcula species), indicate that more than one species may be involved.
  • 7939: Furcula occidentalis has been treated as a subspecies of the Eurasian Furcula furcula. It has been elevated back to species status.
  • 7942: Tecmessa scitiscripta (Walker, 1865) was formerly in the genus Cerura, World Catalogue of Insects. 11: 454.
  • 7943: Tecmessa candida (Lintner, 1878) was formerly in the genus Cerura, World Catalogue of Insects. 11: 452.
  • 7944: Tecmessa rarata (Walker, 1865) was formerly in the genus Cerura, World Catalogue of Insects. 11: 453.
  • 7949: Formerly placed in the genus Hippia.
  • 7950: Previously misidentified in North America as Hippia insularis (Grote, 1866), a species described from Cuba.
  • 7966: Rifargira distinguenda (Walker, 1856) was formerly in the genus Rifargia, World Catalogue of Insects. 11: 1-608.
  • 7967: Rifargira lineata (Druce, 1887) was formerly in the genus Rifargia, World Catalogue of Insects. 11: 1-608.
  • 7999.1: Disphragis captiosa Draudt, 1932 is now recognized in North American fauna (Arizona, 1992).
  • 8005: Schizura ipomaeae Doubleday, 1841 corrects spelling of ipomoeae.
  • 8030: Hemiceras cadmia Guenée, 1852 is excluded, no vouchers are known (J Miller pers comm 2013), Pohl et al. 2016: 739.
  • 8032: Scotura annulata (Guérin-Méneville, 1844) is removed from the list in Lafontaine & Schmidt (2015), ZooKeys, 527: 133.
  • 8037.1: Dysschema leucophaea (Walker, 1854) is now recognized in North American fauna.
  • 8037.5: Xenosoma flaviceps (Walker, 1865) is now recognized within the North American fauna (Texas), ZooKeys. 264: 232.
  • 8038.1: Hypocrita celina (Boisduval, 1870) includes as a synonym 8038.1 Hypocrita escuintla. New synonymy in both Becker (2013) and Vincent and Laguerre (2013).
  • 8043: Manulea bicolor (Grote, 1864) was formerly in the genus Eilema, The Canadian Entomologist. 147: 1-12.
  • 8044: Eilema bicolor is extralimital
  • 8053.1: Crambidia xanthocorpa Lewis, 2014, n. sp., Proc. Entom. Soc. Wash., v. 116, p. 394-401.
  • 8082: Propyria schausi (Dyar, 1898) is removed from the list in Lafontaine & Schmidt (2015), ZooKeys, 527: 133.
  • 8093.1: Rhabdatomis laudamia (Druce, 1885) is listed in Moths of Southeastern Arizona
  • 8093.2: Lycomorphodes sordida (Butler, 1877) is now recognized in North American fauna.
  • 8098: Includes as a synonym Clemensia patella (Druce, 1885) [8098.1].
  • 8098.1: Clemensia patella of authors (not Druce, 1885) refers to an undescribed species from the southeastern U.S., ZooKeys, 40: 114.
  • 8103.1: Afrida exegens Dyar, 1922 is now recognized in North American fauna. Generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys. 40: 130.
  • 8105: Includes as a synonym Utetheisa bella [8106].
  • 8106: Utetheisa bella is a synonym of 8105 - Utetheisa ornatrix.
  • 8117: Virbia cetes is removed from list because of lack of any verifiable records.
  • 8121.1: Virbia marginata (Druce, 1885), previously removed from the list due to a lack of any verifiable records, is tentatively returned based on specimens from southern TX with barcodes close to those of specimens from Guatemala, and compared to the holotype of V. marginata from the same region, Chris Schmidt (pers. comm. 11/20/2017).
  • 8121.2: Virbia marginata of authors (not Druce, 1885), recognized as an undescribed species in Lafontaine & Schmidt (2010), was first reported from the US by Ferguson & Opler (2006), ZooKeys. 40: 115.
  • 8127: Arctia plantaginis (Linnaeus, 1758), was formerly in the genus Parasemia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8128:
  • 8128.1: Dodia kononenkoi Tshistjakov & Lafontaine, 1984, n. sp.: The Canadian Entomologist, 116: 1549-1556.
  • 8128.2: Dodia verticalis Lafontaine & Troubridge 2004, n. sp.: MONA fascicle 27.1: 1-394
  • 8128.3: Separated from D. tarandus by Schmidt & Macaulay 2009.
  • 8139: Spilosoma pteridis Edwards, 1874 again includes as a synonym 8139.1 Spilosoma danbyi, ZooKeys. 527: 127-147.
  • 8139.1: Spilosoma danbyi (Neumoegen & Dyar, 1893) is returned to synonym of 8139 Spilosoma pteridis Edwards, 1874, ZooKeys. 527: 127-147.
  • 8142:
  • 8145: Hypercompe [=Teruptiana] extrema is extralimital
  • 8145.1: Hypercompe extrema of authors (not Walker, 1855) is an undescribed, known from southeastern Arizona and the Davis Mountains, Texas, ZooKeys. 527: 127-147.
  • 8151.1: Arachnis citra was a subsp. of 8152 Arachnis picta. It includes as a synonym Arachnis apachea [8153].
  • 8153: Arachnis apachea is a synonym of 8152 - Arachnis citra.
  • 8154: Arachnis madas is a synonym of 8152 Arachnis citra
  • 8158.1: Sonorarctia fervida is listed by Walsh in Moths of Southeastern Arizona
  • 8159: Chelis brucei (Edwards, 1888) was formerly in the genus xxx, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8160: Chelis beanii (Neumögen, 1891) was formerly in the genus xxx, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8160.1: Chelis lafontainei (Ferguson, 1985), n. sp.: Entomography, 3: 181-275. This species was formerly in the genus xxx, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8161: Chelis sordida (McDunnough, 1921) was formerly in the genus xxx, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8161.1: Chelis puengeleri (Bang-Haas, 1927) was formerly in the genus xxx, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8162: Arctia parthenos Harris, 1850, was formerly in the genus Platarctia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8163: Arctia virginalis (Boisduval, 1852), was formerly in the genus Platyprepia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8164: Arctia alpina (Quensel, 1802), was formerly in the genus Acerbia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8165: Arctia lapponica (Thunberg, 1791), was formerly in the genus Pararctia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8165.1: Arctia lapponica (Thunberg, 1791), was formerly in the genus Pararctia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8165.2: Arctia yarrowii Stretch, 1873, was a subsp. of 8165 Pararctia lapponica. This species was formerly in the genus Pararctia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8166.1: Arctia opulenta was a subsp. of 8166 Arctia caja
  • 8166.2: Arctia brachyptera Troubridge & Lafontaine, 2000, n. sp.: Journal of the Entomological Society of British Columbia, 96: 89-93.
  • 8166.3: Recorded from the North Slope region of Alaska (specimens in Alaska Lepidoptera Survey Collection).
  • 8168: Kodiosoma otero is a synonym of 8167 Kodiosoma fulvum
  • 8171.1: Apantesis carlotta Ferguson, 1985, n. sp.: Entomography, 3: 181-275.
  • 8172: Apantesis quenseli (Paykull, 1793) was formerly in the genus Grammia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8172.1: Apantesis margo (Schmidt, 2009), n. sp., Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853, was formerly in the genus Grammia, Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 156(3): 507-597.
  • 8173: Apantesis cervinoides (Strecker, 1876) was formerly in the genus Grammia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8174: Apantesis obliterata (Stretch, 1885), formerly in the genus Holarctia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853, includes as a synonym 8174 Apantesis turbans, Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash. 93 (4): 828.
  • 8175: Apantesis virguncula (Kirby, 1837) was formerly in the genus Grammia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8175.1: Apantesis speciosa (Möschler, 1864) was a subsp. of 8175 Grammia virguncula. This species was formerly in the genus Grammia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8175.2: Grammia philipiana Ferguson, 1985, n. sp.: Entomography, 3: 181-275.
  • 8175.3: Apantesis philipiana (Ferguson, 1985) was formerly in the genus Grammia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8176: Apantesis anna (Grote, 1864) was formerly in the genus Grammia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8177: Apantesis ornata (Packard, 1864) was formerly in the genus Grammia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8177.1: Apantesis edwardsii (Stretch, 1872) is elevated from synonymy of 8177 G. ornata. This species was formerly in the genus Grammia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8177.2: Apantesis complicata (Walker, 1865) was a subsp. of 8177 Grammia ornata. This species was formerly in the genus Grammia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8178: Apantesis hewletti Barnes & McDunnough, 1918 was formerly in the genus Grammia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8179: Apantesis nevadensis (Grote & Robinson, 1866) includes as subspecies G. n. superba [8180b], G. n. geneura [8180] and G. n. gibsoni [8182], Zootaxa. 1405: 39-49. This species was formerly in the genus Grammia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8179.1: Apantesis eureka (Ferguson & Schmidt, 2007), n. sp.: Zootaxa, 1405: 39-49, was formerly in the genus Grammia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8179.2: Apantesis bowmani (Ferguson & Schmidt, 2007), n. sp.: Zootaxa, 1405: 39-49, was formerly in the genus Grammia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8179.3: Apantesis behrii (Stretch, 1872) is elevated from synonymy of 8179 G. nevadensis, Zootaxa, 1405: 39-49. This species was formerly in the genus Grammia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8179.4: Apantesis yukona (Schmidt, 2009) was formerly in the genus Grammia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8179.5: Apantesis brillians (Schmidt, 2009), n. sp., Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 156(3): 507-597, was formerly in the genus Grammia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8179.6: Apantesis fergusoni (Schmidt, 2009), n. sp., Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 156(3): 507-597, was formerly in the genus Grammia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8180: Apantesis incorrupta (Edwards, 1881), includes as a synonym 8180 Apentesis geneura of authors, (not Strecker, 1880), Zootaxa. 1405: 39-49. This species was formerly in the genus Grammia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853. (Apentesis geneura (Strecker, 1880) is a subspecies of 8179 Grammia nevadensis, Zootaxa. 1405: 39-49.)
  • 8181: Apantesis proxima (Guérin-Méneville, 1844) was formerly in the genus Notarctia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8181.1: Apantesis arizoniensis (Stretch, 1873), formerly in the genus Notarctia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853, is elevated from synonymy of 8181 N. proxima.
  • 8182: Apentesis gibsoni is subspecies of 8179 - Grammia nevadensis.
  • 8183: Apantesis bolanderi (Stretch, 1872) was formerly in the genus Grammia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8184: Apantesis elongata (Stretch, 1885) was formerly in the genus Grammia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8184.1: Apantesis yavapai (Schmidt, 2009), n. sp., Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 156(3): 507-597, was formerly in the genus Grammia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8185: Apantesis blakei (Grote, 1865) was formerly in the genus Grammia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8186: Apantesis williamsii (Dodge, 1871) was formerly in the genus Grammia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8186.1: Apantesis allectans (Ferguson, 1985), n. sp., Entomography, 3: 181-275, was formerly in the genus Grammia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8186.2: Apantesis ursina (Schmidt, 2009), n. sp., Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 156(3): 507-597, was formerly in the genus Grammia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8187: Grammia celia is a synonym of 8188 - Grammia fugurata.
  • 8187.1: Apantesis franconia (Edwards, 1888) was formerly in the genus Grammia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853. This species was previously considered a form of 8187 Grammia celia, Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 156(3): 507-597.
  • 8188: Apantesis figurata (Drury, 1773), formerly in the genus Grammia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853, includes as a synonym Grammia celia [8187], Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 156(3): 507-597.
  • 8189: Apantesis f-pallida (Strecker, 1878) was formerly in the genus Grammia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8190: Apentesis quadranotata is a synonym of 8189 Grammia f-pallida
  • 8191: Apantesis placentia (Smith, 1797) was formerly in the genus Grammia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8192: Apentesis sociata is a synonym of 8189 Grammia f-pallida
  • 8193: Apantesis favorita (Neumögen, 1890) was formerly in the genus Grammia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8194: Apantesis phyllira (Drury, 1773) was formerly in the genus Grammia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8195: Apentesis oithona is a synonym of 8194 Grammia phyllira
  • 8196: Apantesis parthenice (Kirby, 1837) was formerly in the genus Grammia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8197: Apantesis virgo (Linnaeus, 1758) was formerly in the genus Grammia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8198: Apantesis doris (Boisduval, 1869) was formerly in the genus Grammia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8199: Apantesis arge (Drury, 1773) was formerly in the genus Grammia, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8200: Chelis czekanowskii (Grum-Grschmaïlo, 1900) was formerly in the genus xxx, Systematic Entomology: 41(4): 844-853.
  • 8200.5: Napata leucotela Butler, 1876 duplicates 8271.7 and is removed.
  • 8204:
  • 8205.2: Halysidota underwoodi is removed from list because of lack of any verifiable records.
  • 8205.3: Halysidota fuliginosa is removed from list because of lack of any verifiable records.
  • 8218: Transferred from genus Aemilia by Schmidt 2009.
  • 8223: Hemihyalea mansueta is removed from list because of lack of any verifiable records.
  • 8228: Cycnia inopinatus (Hy. Edwards, 1882) is a synonym of 8229 Cycnia collaris, ZooKeys. 527: 134.
  • 8229: Cycnia collaris (Fitch, 1857) includes as synonyms 8228 Cycnia inopinatus and 8229.1 Cycnia tenerosa, ZooKeys. 527: 134.
  • 8229.1: Cycnia tenerosa (Dyar, 1913) is a synonym of 8229 Cycnia collaris, ZooKeys. 527: 134.
  • 8234.1: Euchaetes helena (Cassino, 1928) is now recognized in North American fauna.
  • 8250:
  • 8250.1: Pygarctia pterygostigma Dyar, 1909 is now recognized in North American fauna.
  • 8256.1: Purius superpulverea Dyar, 1925 is now recognized in North American fauna.
  • 8256.2: Agaraea semivitrea Rothchild, 1909 is now recognized in North American fauna.
  • 8256.3: Biturix venosata Walker, [1865] is now recognized in North American fauna.
  • 8258.1: Bertholdia albipuncta Schaus, 1896 is now recognized in North American fauna.
  • 8259: Neritos prophaea Schaus, 1905 is removed from the list in Lafontaine & Schmidt (2015), ZooKeys, 527: 134.
  • 8267: Cisseps fulvicollis (Hübner, [1818]) includes as synonyms 8268 Cisseps packardii and 8269 Cisseps wrightii, ZooKeys. 527: 127-147.
  • 8268: Cisseps packardii (Grote, 1865) is a synonym of Cisseps fulvicollis, ZooKeys. 527: 127-147.
  • 8269: Cisseps wrightii (Stretch, 1885) is a synonym of Cisseps fulvicollis, ZooKeys. 527: 127-147.
  • 8270.1: Eucereon myrina Druce, 1884 is listed in Moths of Southeastern Arizona
  • 8270.2: Eucereon erythrolepsis Dyar, 1910 corrects spelling of erythrolepis, ZooKeys. 527: 135.
  • 8271.1: Nelphe relegatum (Schaus, 1911) is now known in North American fauna.
  • 8271.4: Aclytia heber (Cramer, 1780) is now recognized within the North American fauna (Texas), ZooKeys. 264: 232.
  • 8271.7: Napata leucotelus Butler, 1876, reported from Hidalgo County, TX 1/13/2013, 2013 Season Summary, News Lepid. Soc., 56(S1):106, is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 8274: Antichloris viridis Druce, 1884 is removed, extralimital. Known records are from imported fruit, ZooKeys. 40:163.
  • 8274.1: Apeplopoda mecrida (Druce, 1889) is listed in Moths of Southeastern Arizona
  • 8276.2: Pseudosphex leovazquezae (Pérez & Sánchez, [1986]), n. sp.: An. Inst. Biol. Univ. Nac. Auton. de Mex., 56, Ser. Zool., l: 233-240.
  • 8279: Cosmosoma teuthras (Walker, 1854) is removed from the list in Lafontaine & Schmidt (2015), ZooKeys, 527: 135.
  • 8286.1: Poliopastea clavipes (Boisduval, 1870) is now known in North American fauna.
  • 8287:
  • 8318:
  • 8323.1: Idia concisa of authors, not Walker, 1860, awaits new species description.
  • 8327:
  • 8334.1: Idia occidentalis was a subspecies of 8334 - Idia lubricalis
  • 8337: Formerly placed in the genus Reabotis.
  • 8339.1: Reported from southern Florida by Jim Vargo (Archbold Biological Station, September 2007), this Asian species has been identified by DNA Barcode and genitalia. By 2009 it had also been recorded in northern Florida and Louisiana.
  • 8340: This is a complex of species awaiting resolution.
  • 8341: Includes as synonyms Zanclognatha deceptricalis [8341.1], Zanclognatha gypsalis [8342] and Zanglognatha inconspicualis [8344].
  • 8341.1: Zanclognatha deceptricalis is a synonym of 8341 - Zanclognatha theralis.
  • 8342: Zanclognatha gypsalis is a synonym of 8341 - Zanclognatha theralis.
  • 8343: Zanclognatha minoralis of authors, not Smith, 1895 refers to some specimens from southeastern US thought to be Z. minoralis, TL: Long Island, NY, a species removed from the list in Lafontaine & Schmidt (2010) because the identity of the type specimen could not be confirmed. This taxon is part of the Z. theralis complexn which also includes deceptricalis, gypsalis and inconspicualis, all are listed as synonyms by Lafontaine & Schmidt (2010). The number of valid species in that complex is unknown, ZooKeys, 149: 99.
  • 8344: Zanclognatha inconspicualis is a synonym of 8341 - Zanclognatha theralis.
  • 8347:
  • 8349.1: Zanclognatha dentata, n. sp., ZooKeys, 149: 89-101.
  • 8352: Includes as a synonym Zanclognatha jacchusalis of authors, not (Walker, 1859).
  • 8353: Includes as a synonym Zanclognatha ochreipennis (Grote, 1872) [8353]. Includes as a subspecies Z. lutalba (Smith, 1906) [8354].
  • 8354: Includes as a subspecies Zanclognatha bryanti [8353.1] previously treated as a subspecies of 8353.
  • 8355: Includes as a synonym Chytolita petrealis Grote 1880 [8356].
  • 8356:
  • 8357: Formerly placed in the genus Hormisa.
  • 8357.1: Macrochilo hypocritalis Ferguson, 1982, n. sp.: Entomography, 1: 303-332.
  • 8358: Formerly placed in the genus Hormisa.
  • 8359: Formerly placed in the genus Hormisa.
  • 8359.1: Macrochilo santerivalis Ferguson, 1982, n. sp.: Entomography, 1: 303-332.
  • 8360: Formerly placed in the genus Hormisa.
  • 8361: Formerly placed in the genus Hormisa.
  • 8370.1: Bleptina araealis was reported from Florida by Dickel (1991), however examinination of the holotype from the Bahamas in the BMNH indicated that the Florida species is unnamed, ZooKeys. 40: 117.
  • 8374:
  • 8375: Examination of the type material of Bleptina hydrillalis and its synonyms in the BMNH indicates that the species in Florida is unnamed, ZooKeys. 40: 117.
  • 8390.1: Reported from Florida by Dickel (1991) and Heppner (2003).
  • 8390.2: Physula albipunctilla is reported from Florida.
  • 8391.1: Carteris lineata (Druce, 1898) is reported from Texas.
  • 8392:
  • 8402.1: Macristis geminipunctalis is reported from Florida.
  • 8403.5: [Thursania] lycimnia (Druce, 1891) is now recognized within the North American fauna (Texas), 2015 Season Summary, News Lepd. Soc. Generic placement is provisional, Pohl et. al 2016.
  • 8404:
  • 8404.1: Reported from Florida (2003).
  • 8404.2:
  • 8418: Includes as a synonym Parascotia mineta. Introduced from Europe.
  • 8419.1: Previously treated as a synonym of Prosoparia perfuscaria, but has crisper forewing markings than that species, especially the finely scalloped black pm. line, the antennal pectinations are shorter, and the CO1 base pair sequences of the two species differ by 4%.
  • 8421:
  • 8430:
  • 8432: Previously placed in the genus Quandara, also previously in Geometridae.
  • 8438.1: Abablemma duomaculata (Barnes & Benjamin, 1925) inadvertantly omitted from 1983 list.
  • 8441: Formerly placed in the genus Bomolocha.
  • 8442: Formerly placed in the genus Bomolocha.
  • 8442.1: Formerly placed in the genus Bomolocha.
  • 8443: Formerly placed in the genus Bomolocha.
  • 8444: Formerly placed in the genus Bomolocha.
  • 8445: Formerly placed in the genus Bomolocha.
  • 8446: Formerly placed in the genus Bomolocha.
  • 8447: Formerly placed in the genus Bomolocha.
  • 8447.1: Hypena appalachiensis (L. Butler, 1987), n. sp.: Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society, 41: 104-107.
  • 8448: Formerly placed in the genus Bomolocha.
  • 8448.1: Reported from Florida by Dickel (1991).
  • 8449: Formerly placed in the genus Bomolocha.
  • 8450: Formerly placed in the genus Bomolocha.
  • 8451: Formerly placed in the genus Bomolocha.
  • 8452: Formerly placed in the genus Bomolocha.
  • 8453: Formerly placed in the genus Bomolocha.
  • 8454: Formerly placed in the genus Bomolocha.
  • 8454.1: Reported from Florida by Dickel.
  • 8455: Formerly known as Lomanaltes and Hypena eductalis.
  • 8455.1: Hypena opulenta (Christoph, 1877) was approved for release in eastern Canada and is pending approval in the United States of America as a biological control agent of the invasive European swallow-worts (Vincetoxicum spp.), Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 68(3): 162-166.
  • 8456: Formerly placed in the genus Ophiuche. Includes as a synonym Hypena abjuralis Walker, [1859] [8456].
  • 8457: Formerly placed in the genus Ophiuche.
  • 8458: Hypena tenebrosa (Walker, 1865) includes as a synonym 8458 Hypena annulalis (Grote, 1876), ZooKeys. 527: 135.
  • 8459: Formerly placed in the genus Ophiuche.
  • 8460: Formerly placed in the genus Ophiuche.
  • 8464: Hypena modesta Smith is a junior homonym.
  • 8465: Formerly placed in the genus Plathypena.
  • 8466: Formerly placed in Lygephila but was then returned to this genus.
  • 8472: Includes as a synonym Hemeroplanis finitima (Smith, 1893) [8473] and H. secundalis (Smith, 1907) [8469].
  • 8475.1: Hemeroplanis rectalis (Smith, 1907) reported from Texas by Knudson and Bordelon (2004).
  • 8476: Hemeroplanis immaculalis (Harvey, 1875) includes as a synonym 8477 Hemeroplanis obliqualis, ZooKeys. 527: 136
  • 8477: Hemeroplanis obliqualis (Edwards, 1886) is a synonym of 8476 Hemeroplanis immaculalis, ZooKeys. 527: 136
  • 8477.1: Hemeroplanis trilineosa (Dyar, 1918) reported from Texas by Knudson and Bordelon (2004).
  • 8477.2: Mursa phtisialis (various forms) reported from southern Florida and Texas.
  • 8492.1: Specimens reported as Isogona continua Guenée, 1852 from Texas were misidentified.
  • 8507.1: Reported from Florida by Dickel (1991).
  • 8509: Includes as a synonym Arugisa latiorella of authors, (not Walker, 1863) [8509].
  • 8510: Includes as a synonym Arugisa watsoni [8510].
  • 8520: Includes as a synonym Gabara infumata [8521, 930642].
  • 8526: Phyprosopus calligrapha (Hampson, 1926)is a synonym of 8529 Psammathodoxa cochlidioides, ZooKeys. 527: 136.
  • 8528.1: Hypsoropha baja McCabe, 1992, n. sp.: Journal of the New York Entomological Society, 100: 273-285.
  • 8529: Psammathodoxa cochlidioides Dyar, 1921 includes as a synonym 8526 Phyprosopus calligrapha, ZooKeys. 527: 136.
  • 8530:
  • 8531: Cecharismena abarusalis was described from Brazil. North American records were found to be misidentified.
  • 8533: Formerly placed in the genus Matiloxis.
  • 8537.1: Renodes curviluna (Druce, 1890) has been reported from Texas by Knudson and Bordelon (2004).
  • 8542:
  • 8542.1: Reported from Florida and Texas.
  • 8542.2: Gonodonta fulvangula was recorded in Rio Grande City, Texas in 1977 (Knudson and Koehn 2009).
  • 8542.3: Gonodonta nitidimacula was recorded in Mission, Texas, 2009 by C. Bordelon [TLSC].
  • 8542.7: Gonodontodes dispar Hampson, 1913 is now recognized within the North American fauna(Florida), ZooKeys. 264: 233.
  • 8543: Eudocima materna (Linnaeus, 1867) is considered to be an Old World species and is replaced in the New World by Eudocima apta (Walker, [1858]).
  • 8543.1: Eudocima serpentifera (Walker, [1858]) is now recognized within the North American fauna, Southern Lepidopterists' News, 28: 105-108.
  • 8543.2: Eudocima tyrannus (Guenée, 1852) was recorded in the Aleutian Islands in 2001.
  • 8547: Rusicada privata (Walker, 1865), formerly in the genus Anomis, ZooKeys. 527: 135, includes as a synonym 8547 Anomis commoda, Sugi et al. (1992).
  • 8548: Anomis impasta of authors not Guenée, 1852, a Floridian taxon, was formerly incorrectly associated with the species Anomis impasta Guenée, 1852, TL French Guiana, ZooKeys. 527: 135.
  • 8552: Previously listed as Anomis exacta (not Hubner, 1822).
  • 8553.1: Anomis cataggellus Dyar, 1913 is reported from Texas by Knudson and Bordelon (2004).
  • 8555.1: Itomia opistographa Guenée, 1852 has been reported from Texas by Knudson and Bordelon (2004).
  • 8556.1: Reported in Florida by Dickel (1991) and Heppner (2003). Includes as a synonym Litoprosopus haitiensis of authors, not Hampson, 1926. [8556.1]
  • 8561: Formerly placed in the genus Raparna.
  • 8563: Formerly placed in the genus Asticta.
  • 8564: Herminocala stigmaphiles (Dyar, 1914) was formerly in the genus Rhosologia.
  • 8565.1: Obrima pyraloides Walker, 1865 has been reported from Texas by Knudson and Bordelon (2004).
  • 8569: Eulepidotis dominicata (Guenée, 1852) has been reported from Texas by Knudson and Bordelon (2004).
  • 8569.1: Eulepidotis addens (Walker, 1858) has been reported from Texas by Knudson and Bordelon (2004).
  • 8570:
  • 8570.1: Eulepidotis rectimargo (Guenée, 1852) has been reported from Texas by Knudson and Bordelon (2004).
  • 8570.2: Eulepidotis electa Dyar, 1914 is now known in North American fauna from Arizona.
  • 8571: Eulepidotis micca (Druce, 1889) has been reported from Texas by Knudson and Bordelon (2004).
  • 8571.1: Reported from Florida by Dickel (1991).
  • 8572: Eulepidotis merricki is removed from list because of lack of any verifiable records.
  • 8573.1: Renodes curviluna (Druce, 1890) is now known in North American fauna.
  • 8579.1: Jim Vargo specimens from Dade County, FL were previously given a tentative identification as Antiblemma versicolor (Herrich-Schaffer 1870). They do not seem to match images of available museum specimens. Don Lafontaine (per. comm. 2/12/2017) recommends listing as Antiblemma sp.
  • 8581.1: Epitausa coppryi (Guenée, 1852) has been reported from Texas by Knudson and Bordelon (2004).
  • 8583: Athyrma adjutrix of authors (not Cramer, [1780]), the Floridian taxon in the genus Athyrma with an elongated dumbbell-shaped reniform spot, is an undescribed species awaiting description, ZooKeys. 40: 129.
  • 8583.1: Athyrma ganglio of authors not Hübner, [1831], the Floridian taxon in the genus Athyrma with a short, comma-shaped reniform spot, is an undescribed species awaiting description, ZooKeys. 40: 129.
  • 8585: Genus revised by J. D. Lafontaine & D. S. Dickel 2008: Lepid. Novae 1 (3-4) 109-115.
  • 8585.2: Includes as a synonym Epidromia poaphiloides of authors, not (Guenée, 1852)
  • 8585.3: Includes as a synonym Epidromia fergusoni Solis, 1986.
  • 8585.4: Reported from Florida by Dickel (1991). Previously listed in the genus Epidromia.
  • 8591.1: Elevated from synonymy of 8591 - Phoberia atomaris.
  • 8594: Includes as a synonym Cissusa subtermina [8595].
  • 8595: Cissusa subtermina is a synonym of 8594 - Cissusa indiscreta.
  • 8598.96: Melipotis n. sp is an undescribed species in the Melipotis perpendicularis group, Jim Troubridge (pers. comm., 11/8/2017)
  • 8613: Includes as a synonym Forsebia perlaeta (Hy. Edwards, 1882) [8613].
  • 8614:
  • 8615.1: Bulia schausi Richards, 1936, was reported in Arizona by Ferris (2007).
  • 8616.1: Drasteria hastingsii was a subssp. of 8616 Drasteria mirifica.
  • 8623: Includes as a synonym Drasteria nichollae [8624].
  • 8624: Drasteria [= Synedoida] nichollae is a synonym of 8623 - Drasteria subulosa.
  • 8630.1: Drasteria convergens Mustelin, 2006, n. sp.: Zootaxa, 1278: 1-47.
  • 8630.3: Drasteria parallela Crabo & Mustelin, 2013, n. sp., ZooKeys. 264: 92.
  • 8633: Drasteria nubicola (Behr, 1870) is a synonym of 8634 Drasteria maculosa (Behr, 1870), ZooKeys. 527: 136.
  • 8634: Drasteria maculosa (Behr, 1870) includes as a synonym 8633 Drasteria nubicola (Behr, 1870), ZooKeys. 527: 136.
  • 8646.1: Letis xylia Guenée, 1852 has been reported from Texas by Knudson and Bordelon (2004).
  • 8647:
  • 8651.1: Lesmone aenaria (Druce, 1890), formerly treated as a synonym of 8651 Lesmone detrahens, is elevated to full species status, ZooKeys, 527: 136
  • 8659: Heteranassa mima (Harvey, 1876) includes as a synonym 8661 Heteranassa fraterna and 8660 Heteranassa minor, ZooKeys, 527: 31-49.
  • 8660: Heteranassa minor is synonymized with 8661 Heteranassa fraterna in Mustelin (2006). H. fraterna is synonymized with 8659 Heteranassa mima in Homziak et.al., (2015), ZooKeys, 527: 31-49.
  • 8661: Heteranassa fraterna (Smith, 1899) is a synonym of 8659 Heteranassa mima, ZooKeys, 527: 31-49.
  • 8661.1: Reported from Florida by Dickel (1991).
  • 8662.1: Coxina hadenioides Guenée, 1852 has been reported from Texas by Knudson and Bordelon (2004).
  • 8664.1: Euclystis insana (Guenée, 1852) has been reported from Texas by Knudson and Bordelon (2004).
  • 8665.1: Coenipeta medina Guenée, 1852 has been reported from Texas by Knudson and Bordelon (2004).
  • 8669: Kakopoda progenies replaces Kakopoda cincta which is a synonym.
  • 8673.1: Toxonprucha excavata (Walker, 1865) includes as a synonym 8673.1 Toxonprucha diffundens of authors (not Walker, 1858), ZooKeys, 527: 137.
  • 8677: Includes as a dark form Zaleops paresa [8678, 931005]. This form was spelled paressa in the 1983 checklist.
  • 8678: Misspelled as Zaleops paressa in 1983 list.
  • 8680.1: Matigramma inopinata Franclemont, 1986, n. sp.: Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society, 59: 143-172.
  • 8680.2: Matigramma emmilta Franclemont, 1986, n. sp.: Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society, 59: 143-172.
  • 8680.3: Matigramma adoceta Franclemont, 1986, n. sp.: Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society, 59: 143-172.
  • 8681.1: Matigramma repentina Franclemont, 1986, n. sp.: Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society, 59: 143-172.
  • 8682.1: A single specimen of Acritogramma noctar (Schaus, 1901) from southern Arizona is in LACM (Franclemont 1986).
  • 8684.1: Zale peruncta (Guenée, 1852) has been reported from Texas by Knudson and Bordelon (2004).
  • 8685: Zale sp. nr. erilda was included in the Hodges 1983 Checklist as 8685 Zale viridans. Schmidt & Lafontaine (per. comm., 8/1/2017) advises that this undescribed species, seemingly related to Z. erilda from Puerto Rico, is currently known only from FL. True Z. viridans is extralimital to North America north of Mexico and was removed from the list in Lafontaine & Schmidt 2015. This species includes as synonyms Zale viridans of authors, not (Guenée, 1852), Zale obsita of authors, not (Guenée, 1852), and Zale strigimacula of authors, not (Guenée, 1852). (Zale sp. nr. erildas is represented at BOLD under the name Zale n. sp. 5. in BOLD:ACD9041, a BIN which includes examples of Z. erilda from Puerto Rico.)
  • 8686: Zale strigimacula (Guenée, 1852), known only from southern TX and south, is returned to the list (Schmidt & Lafontaine, per. comm., 8/1/2017) after having previously been removed in Lafontaine & Schmidt 2015. The identity of this species is tentatively fixed based in part on type locality. (It is possible that 8686.2 Zale sp. nr. strigimacula is true Z. strigimacula, however, that species is unknown from Brazil.) Records from TX previously identified as Z. obsita refer to this species or 8686.2 Zale sp. nr. strigimacula. Reports of Z. strigimacula from FL refer to 8685 Zale sp. nr. erilda, an undescribed species seemingly related to Z. erilda from Puerto Rico. (Z. strigimacula is tentatively represented at BOLD in BIN BOLD:AAD0033 under the name Z. strigimacula.)
  • 8686.1: Zale obsita (Guenée, 1852), previously added to the list in Lafontaine & Schmidt 2010, is now removed (Schmidt & Lafontaine, per. comm., 8/1/2017). Its range includes Central America, South America and the Galapagos. Reports from TX refer to 8686 Z. strigimacula and 8686.2 Z. n. sp. nr. strigimacula. Reports from FL refer to 8685 Zale sp. nr. erilda, an undescribed species seemingly related to Z. erilda from Puerto Rico. (Z. obsita is represented at BOLD in BIN BOLD:ABZ7665 under the name Z. obsita.)
  • 8686.2: Zale sp. nr. strigimacula is an undescribed species is known to range from Columbia to TX (Schmidt & Lafontaine, per. comm., 8/1/2017). Examples from TX have previously been misidentified as Z. obsita, Z. viridans and in some but not all cases Z. strigimacula. (Z. n. sp. nr. strigimacula is tentatively represented at BOLD in BIN BOLD:ABY4634 under the name Z. Lafontaine15.)
  • 8693.1: Zale chisosensis Blanchard & Franclemont, 1982, n. sp.: Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash., 84: 134-137.
  • 8713.1: Previously treated as a junior subjective synonym of Zale lunifera. Includes as a synonym Zale woodii.
  • 8722:
  • 8723.1: Reported from Florida and Texas.
  • 8724: Formerly placed in the genera Dysgonia and Neadysgonia. Includes as a synonym G. pertorrida.
  • 8725: Formerly placed in the genera Dysgonia and Neadysgonia.
  • 8726: Formerly placed in the genera Dysgonia and Neadysgonia.
  • 8726.1: Formerly placed in the genus Neadysgonia.
  • 8729.1: Cutina aluticolor Pogue & Ferguson, 1998, n. sp.: Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash., 100: 331-352.
  • 8729.2: Cutina arcuata Pogue & Ferguson, 1998, n. sp.: Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash., 100: 331-352.
  • 8730.1: Reported from Florida by Heppner (2003).
  • 8737: Caenurgina distincta is a synonym of 8738 - Caenurgina crassiuscula.
  • 8738: Includes as a synonym Caenurgina distincta [8737].
  • 8746.1: Reported from Florida by Dickel (1991).
  • 8750:
  • 8750.1: Reported from Florida by Dickel (1991).
  • 8759: Includes as synonyms A. herbicola [8755], A. contempta [8756], A. diffundens [8757] and A. carolina [8758]. Synonymy from Sullivan & Lafontaine 2011.
  • 8765.1: Doryodes desoto Lafontaine & Sullivan, 2015, n. sp., ZooKeys. 527: 11.
  • 8765.2: Doryodes okaloosa Sullivan & Lafontaine, 2015, n. sp., ZooKeys. 527: 12.
  • 8766: Doryodes grandipennis is treated as a race of 8767 Doryodes spadaria in Lafontaine & Sullivan (2015), ZooKeys. 527: 13.
  • 8767: Doryodes spadaria Guenée, [1858] includes as a race 8766 Doryodes grandipennis in Lafontaine & Sullivan (2015), ZooKeys. 527: 13.
  • 8767.1: Doryodes fusselli Sullivan & Lafontaine, 2015, n. sp., ZooKeys. 527: 15.
  • 8767.2: Doryodes latistriga Sullivan & Lafontaine, 2015, n. sp., ZooKeys. 527: 17.
  • 8767.3: Doryodes broui Lafontaine & Sullivan, 2015, n. sp., ZooKeys. 527: 18.
  • 8767.4: Doryodes reineckei Sullivan & Lafontaine, 2015, n. sp., ZooKeys. 527: 21.
  • 8770:
  • 8776: Catacala coelebs is a synonym of 8777 Catocala badia
  • 8777: Includes as a subspecies Catocala coelebs [8776].
  • 8780.1: Catocala myristica Kons & Borth, 2015, n. sp., Bulletin of the Peabody Museum of Natural History 56(1):55-65.
  • 8787.1: Catocala atocala Brou, 1985, n. sp.: Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash., 87: 889-892.
  • 8801.1: Catocala umbrosa Brou, 2003, n. sp.: Southern Lepidopterists' News 24: (48-50); 24: 3, insert C; 24: (85-86).
  • 8810: Catocala cleopatra is a synonym of 8811 - Catocala faustina.
  • 8811: Includes as a subspecies Catocala cleopatra [8810].
  • 8824: Catocala babayaga is a synonym of 8825 - Catocala jessica.
  • 8825: Includes as a synonym Catocala babayaga [8824].
  • 8828: Catocala arizonae is a synonym of 8829 Catocala junctura
  • 8829: Includes as a synonym Catocala arizonae [8828].
  • 8858.1: Catocala pretiosa is elevated from synonymy of 8858 Catocala crataegi.
  • 8858.2: Catocala aestivalia Kons & Borth, 2015, n. sp., Bulletin of the Peabody Museum of Natural History 56(1):67-79.
  • 8862.1: Catocala ventura Borth & Kons, 2016, n. sp., Bulletin of the Peabody Museum of Natural History. 57(2): 241-252.
  • 8864:
  • 8869.1: Catocala charlottae Brou, 1988, n. sp.: Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society, 42: 116-119
  • 8878.1: Catocala lineella was a subsp. of 8878 Catocala amica.
  • 8886: Formerly placed in the genus Argyrogramma.
  • 8888: Trichoplusia abrota is removed from list because of lack of any verifiable records
  • 8889: Formerly placed in the genus Agrapha.
  • 8890: Formerly placed in the genus Pseudoplusia.
  • 8890.1: Reported in significant numbers in several greenhouse complexes in southwestern British Columbia in 2005 and 2006 and was occasionally found in the wild also. An eradication program conducted in 2007 seems to have been successful. Previously reported as C. eriosoma (not Doubleday, 1843).
  • 8894: Formerly placed in the genus Autoplusia.
  • 8897:
  • 8901: Formerly listed as Polychrysia moneta, an Asian species from which P. esmeralda is now considered distinct.
  • 8902.1: Euchalcia borealis Lafontaine & Poole, 1991, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 25.1: 1-177.
  • 8906: Autographa bonaerensis is removed from list because of lack of any verifiable records.
  • 8907: Formerly placed in the genus Autographa.
  • 8913.1: Autographa buraetica (Staudinger, 1892) is a Eurasian species recorded in North America in Yukon and Alaska.
  • 8914.1: Autographa gamma (Linnaeus, 1758) is a Eurasian species added to the North American fauna because of its occurrence in Greenland.
  • 8919.1: Autographa flavida Lafontaine & Dickel, 2004, n. sp.: Holarctic Lepidoptera, 7: 49-50.
  • 8922: Formerly placed in the genus Autographa.
  • 8931: Syngrapha snowii is a synonym of 8932 - Syngrapha sackenii.
  • 8932: Includes as a synonym Syngrapha snowii [8931].
  • 8933: Syngrapha lula is a synonym of 8934 - Syngrapha borea.
  • 8934: Includes as a synonym Syngrapha lula [8933].
  • 8947: Treated as a separate species from the Eurasian species Syngrapha devergens.
  • 8951.1: Plusia magnimacula D. & L. Handfield, 2006, n. sp.: The Canadian Entomologist, 138: 853-859.
  • 8956.1: DNA barcode data supports elevation of this species, previously considered to be a subspecies of Marathyssa inficita. The two species occur in sympatry in parts of AZ, NM and TX.
  • 8958: Paectes flabella is a synonym of 8959 - Paectes pygmaea.
  • 8959.1: Paectes abrostolella is elevated from synonymy of - 8959 Paectes pygmaea.
  • 8962: Paectes abrostoloides (Guenée, 1852) includes as a synonym 8963 Paectes delineata, ZooKeys. 527: 138.
  • 8963: Paectes delineata is a synonym of 8962 Paectes abrostoloides, ZooKeys. 527: 138.
  • 8963.1: Paectes lunodes (Guenée, 1852) is now recognized within the North American fauna (Miami, Dade Co., FL), Tropical Lepidoptera, 2(1): 55; fig. 18.
  • 8966: Previously listed as Paectes obrotunda (Guenée, 1852), a species confined to Brazil.
  • 8967: Previously listed as Paectes arcigera (not Guenee, 1852). Includes as a synonym P. burserae (Dyar, 1901) [8960].
  • 8968.1: Known from Florida, previously called Eutelia furcata there.
  • 8968.2: Known form Texas to Arizona and southward, distinct from Eutelia pyrastis in Florida.
  • 8971.1: Baileya acadiana Brou, 2004, n. sp.: Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society, 58: 94-99.
  • 8974: Previously known as Characoma nilotica.
  • 8978: Nycteola scriptana is a homonym, replaced by Nycteola metaspilella.
  • 8982: Collomena inflexa (Morrison, 1875) includes as a synonym 8982 Collomena filifera of authors (not Walker, 1857). Collomena inflexa is extralimital. ZooKeys. 527: 138.
  • 8983.1: Meganola phylla was a subsp. of 8983 Meganola minuscula
  • 8983.2: Meganola spodia Franclemont, 1985, n. sp.: Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash., 87: 871-874.
  • 8998: Includes as synonyms N. apera of authors (not Druce, 1897), N. exposita (treated as a ssp. of N. apera in the 1983 checklist) and N. aphyla [8994, 931134].
  • 8999:
  • 8999.1: Cydosia majuscula (Edwards, 1881) is elevated from synonymy of 8999 Cydosia aurivitta to full species status, ZooKeys, 527: 138.
  • 9001: Includes as a synonym Cydosia phaedra under which name it was previously listed.
  • 9002: Tripudia inquaesita (Barnes & Benjamin, 1924) was replaced by Tripudia damozela (Dyar, 1914) when the two species were synonymized in Lafontaine & Schmidt (2010). T. inquaesita was raised back to full species status in Lafontaine & Schmidt (2015), ZooKeys. 527: 127-147. T. damozela is reassigned to 9002.2 and T. inquaesita is again assigned to 9002, the number used in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 9002.1: Recorded in southern California and southern Arizona.
  • 9002.2: Tripudia damozela (Dyar, 1914) replaced 9002 Tripudia inquaesita (Barnes & Benjamin, 1924) after the two species were synonymized in Lafontaine & Schmidt (2010). T. inquaesita was raised back to full species status in Lafontaine & Schmidt (2015), ZooKeys. 527: 127-147. T. damozela is reassigned to 9002.2 and T. inquaesita is again assigned to 9002, the number used in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 9003: Tripudia quadrifera was shown to be a species complex by Pogue (2009) with T. quadrifera confined in United States to Texas, T. rectangula occupying most the remainder of the North American range, and two additional species, T. grapholithoides (Möschler) and T. lamina Pogue occurring in Florida with T. rectangula.
  • 9004.1: Tripudia chihuahua Blanchard & Knudson, 1984, n. sp.: Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash., 86: 639-642.
  • 9014: Includes as a synonym Cobubatha basicinerea [9015].
  • 9015: Cobubatha basicinerea (Grote, 1882) is a synonym of 9014 - Cobubatha lixiva.
  • 9016: Cobubatha antonita (Dyar, 1911) is a synonym of 9017 - Cobubatha orthozona.
  • 9017: Includes as a synonym 9016 - Cobubatha antonita (Dyar, 1911).
  • 9019.1: Recorded in the Big Bend area of western Texas by Ed Knudson.
  • 9019.2: Recorded in Texas by Ed Knudson.
  • 9020.1: Allerastria annae Brown, 1987, n. sp.: Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera, 25: 136-145.
  • 9021: Includes as a synonym Exyra rolandiana [9022].
  • 9022: Exyra rolandiana is a synonym of 9021 - Exyra fax.
  • 9025: Generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys. 40: 123.
  • 9026: Generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys. 40: 123.
  • 9030: Includes as a synonym 9029.1 - Ozarba fannia (Druce, 1889).
  • 9035: Hyperstrotia nana (Hübner, 1818) includes as a synonym 9038 Hyperstrotia villificans, Lafontaine & Schmidt, 2015: 136.
  • 9038: Hyperstrotia villificans is a synonym of 9035 Hyperstrotia nana, Lafontaine & Schmidt, 2015: 136.
  • 9044: Formerly placed in the genus Thioptera.
  • 9044.1: New species description by Ferris & Lafontaine, 2010. ZooKeys (add cite and .pdf link)
  • 9044.2: New species description by Ferris & Lafontaine, 2010. ZooKeys (add cite and .pdf link)
  • 9045: Replaces Marimatha [= Thioptera] aurifera of authors, not (Walker, [1858]). Reported from Florida and Texas.
  • 9045.1: New species description by Ferris & Lafontaine, 2010. ZooKeys (add cite and .pdf link)
  • 9046: Formerly placed in the genus Lithacodia.
  • 9047: Formerly placed in the genus Lithacodia.
  • 9048: Formerly placed in the genus Lithacodia.
  • 9049: Formerly placed in the genus Lithacodia.
  • 9050: Formerly placed in the genus Lithacodia.
  • 9051: [Lithacodia] musta (Grote & Robinson, 1868) is provisionally placed in the genus Lithacodia, ZooKeys. 40: 133.
  • 9052: [Lithacodia] costaricana of authors, not Franclemont & Todd, 1983, an undescribed species (Arizona) is provisionally placed in the genus Lithacodia, ZooKeys. 40: 133.
  • 9053: Formerly placed in the genus Lithacodia.
  • 9054: Formerly placed in the genus Lithacodia.
  • 9055: [Lithacodia] phya (Druce, 1889) replaces Lithacodia penthis of authors, not (Schaus, 1904) and is provisionally placed in the genus Lithacodia, ZooKeys. 40: 133.
  • 9059.1: Capis archaia L. & D. Handfield, 2006, n. sp.: The Canadian Entomologist, 138: 333-338.
  • 9063.1: A Eurasian species released in North America as a biological control agent for field bindweed Convulvus arvensis. Collection records from Utah in 2007 by Jim Vargo suggest it has become established.
  • 9069:
  • 9070: Amyna stricta (Walker, 1858) is raised from synonymy of 9070 Amyna axis (Walker, 1858) [= 9070 Amyna octo Guenée, 1852 in the 1983 Hodges Checklist] to full species status, ZooKeys. 527: 138. Amyna axis is extralimital to North America.
  • 9071.1: Aleptina junctimacula Blanchard, 1984, n. sp.: in Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash., 86: 951-960.
  • 9072.1: First reported in United States by Todd et al. (1984, Arizona).
  • 9081: Generic placement is provisional, Lafontaine & Schmidt 2010: 122
  • 9082: Formerly placed in the genus Tarachidia.
  • 9083: Formerly placed in the genus Tarachidia.
  • 9084: Formerly placed in the genus Tarachidia.
  • 9085: Formerly placed in the genus Tarachidia.
  • 9085.1: Formerly placed in the genus Tarachidia. New species description. Blanchard & Knudson, 1986, n. sp.: Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash., 88: 134-141.
  • 9086: Formerly placed in the genus Tarachidia.
  • 9087: Formerly placed in the genus Tarachidia.
  • 9088: Formerly placed in the genus Tarachidia.
  • 9089: Formerly placed in the genus Tarachidia.
  • 9090: Formerly placed in the genus Tarachidia.
  • 9091: Formerly placed in the genus Tarachidia.
  • 9092: Formerly placed in the genus Tarachidia.
  • 9093: Formerly placed in the genus Tarachidia.
  • 9094: Formerly placed in the genus Tarachidia.
  • 9095: Formerly placed in the genus Tarachidia.
  • 9096: Formerly placed in the genus Tarachidia.
  • 9097: Formerly placed in the genus Tarachidia.
  • 9098: Formerly placed in the genus Tarachidia.
  • 9099: Formerly placed in the genus Tarachidia.
  • 9100: Formerly placed in the genus Tarachidia.
  • 9101: Formerly placed in the genus Tarachidia.
  • 9101.1: Formerly placed in the genus Tarachidia. New species description Mustelin, 2006, n. sp.: Zootaxa, 1278: 1-47.
  • 9101.2: Formerly placed in the genus Tarachidia. Elevated from synonymy of Ponometia tortricina [9101].
  • 9102: Formerly placed in the genus Tarachidia.
  • 9103: Formerly placed in the genus Tarachidia.
  • 9104: Formerly placed in the genus Tarachidia.
  • 9105: Formerly placed in the genus Conochares. Includes as a synonym Ponometia catalina [9108].
  • 9106: Ponometia rectangula is a synonym of 9109 - Ponometia elegantula.
  • 9107: Formerly placed in the genus Conochares.
  • 9108: Ponometia catalina is a synonym of 9105 - Ponometia acutus.
  • 9109: Formerly placed in the genus Conochares. Includes as synonyms Ponometia rectangula [9106] and Ponometia arizonae [9110].
  • 9110: Ponometia arizonae is a synonym of 9109 - Ponometia elegantula.
  • 9111: Formerly placed in the genus Therasea. Includes as a synonym Tarache flavicosta [9112].
  • 9112: Therasea flavicosta is a synonym of 9111 Therasea augustipennis
  • 9113: Formerly placed in the genus Terasea. Includes as a synonym Tarache orba [9114], ZooKeys, 40: 134.
  • 9114: Tarache orba is a synonym of 9113 - Tarache huachuca.
  • 9116: Ponometia mcdunnoughi (Barnes & Benjamin, 1923) corrects spelling of macdunnoughi in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 9133: Formerly placed in the genus Acontia.
  • 9134: Formerly placed in the genus Acontia.
  • 9136: Formerly placed in the genus Acontia.
  • 9137: Formerly placed in the genus Acontia.
  • 9139: Formerly placed in the genus Acontia.
  • 9140: Formerly placed in the genus Acontia.
  • 9141: Formerly placed in the genus Acontia.
  • 9142: Formerly placed in the genus Acontia.
  • 9143: Formerly placed in the genus Acontia.
  • 9144: Formerly placed in the genus Acontia.
  • 9145: Formerly placed in the genus Acontia.
  • 9146: Formerly placed in the genus Acontia.
  • 9147: Formerly placed in the genus Acontia.
  • 9148: Formerly placed in the genus Acontia.
  • 9149: Formerly placed in the genus Acontia.
  • 9150: Formerly placed in the genus Acontia.
  • 9151: Formerly placed in the genus Acontia.
  • 9152: Formerly placed in the genus Acontia.
  • 9153: Formerly placed in the genus Acontia.
  • 9154: Formerly placed in the genus Acontia.
  • 9155: Formerly placed in the genus Acontia. Includes as a synonym Therasea acerboides [9155].
  • 9156: Formerly placed in the genus Acontia. Includes as a synonym Therasea disconnecta [9156].
  • 9157: Formerly placed in the genus Acontia. Includes as a synonym Therasea disconnecta [9156].
  • 9158: Formerly placed in the genus Acontia.
  • 9159: Formerly placed in the genus Acontia.
  • 9159.1: Formerly placed in the genus Acontia. New species description, Ferris & Lafontine 2009. ………………..
  • 9159.2: Formerly placed in the genus Acontia. New species description, Ferris & Lafontine 2009. ………………..
  • 9159.3: Formerly placed in the genus Acontia. New species description, Ferris & Lafontine 2009. ………………..
  • 9160: Includes as a synonym Acontia eudryada [9162].
  • 9160.1: Reported from Texas by Ed Knudson.
  • 9162: Acontia eudryada is a synonym of 9160 - Acontia chea.
  • 9165: Formerly placed in the genus Acontia. Placement in the genus Aleptina is provisional, ZooKeys. 40: 138.
  • 9175.1: Bagisara praecelsa Ferguson, 1997, n. sp.: Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society, 51: 344-357.
  • 9175.2: First recorded in Arizona by James Adams (2000). Now known to be resident.
  • 9176.1: Bagisara brouana Ferguson, 1997, n. sp.: Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society, 51: 344-357.
  • 9177:
  • 9178: Includes as synonyms Panthea portlandia [9179] and Panthea angelica [9180].
  • 9179: Panthea portlandia is a synonym of 9178 - Panthea virginarius.
  • 9180: Panthea angelica is a synonym of 9178 - Panthea virginarius.
  • 9181:
  • 9182: Includes as a synonym Panthea pallescens [9183].
  • 9183: Panthea pallescens is a syninym of 9182 - Panthea furcilla.
  • 9183.1: New species description. Gary Anweiler, 2009. ZooKeys 9: 97-134 (2009).. .pdf file.
  • 9183.2: New species description. Gary Anweiler, 2009. ZooKeys 9: 97-134 (2009).. .pdf file.
  • 9183.3: New species description. Gary Anweiler, 2009. ZooKeys 9: 97-134 (2009).. .pdf file.
  • 9189: Includes as a synonym Charadra ingenua [9189.1].
  • 9189.1: Charadra ingenua is a synonym of 9189 - Charadra deridens.
  • 9192: Raphia abrupta Grote, 1864 is subspecies 9193 Raphia frater, ZooKeys. 421: 91-113.
  • 9193: Raphia frater Grote, 1864 includes as subspecies 9192 R. f. abrupta, 9194 R. f. piazzi, 9195 R. f. coloradensis, 9196 R. f. elbea, and 9198 R. f. cinderella. R. f. coloradensis includes as a synonym 9197 R. pallula, ZooKeys. 421: 91-113.
  • 9194: Raphia piazzi (Hill 1927) is subspecies 9193 Raphia frater, ZooKeys. 421: 91-113.
  • 9195: Raphia coloradensis Putnam-Cramer 1886 is subspecies 9193 Raphia frater, ZooKeys. 421: 91-113.
  • 9196: Raphia elbea Smith, 1908 is subspecies 9193 Raphia frater, ZooKeys. 421: 91-113.
  • 9197: Raphia pallula Edwards, 1886 is a synonym of 9193 Raphia frater subsp. coloradensis, ZooKeys. 421: 91-113.
  • 9198: Raphia cinderella Smith, 1903 is subspecies 9193 Raphia frater, ZooKeys. 421: 91-113.
  • 9203: Includes as a synonym Acronicta hesperida [9204].
  • 9204: Acronicta hesperida Smith, 1897 is a synonym of 9203 - Acronicta dactylina.
  • 9205.1: Acronicta cyanescens was a subspecies of 9205 - Acronicta lepusculina
  • 9206: Acronicta leporina is extralimital. Our species is Acronicta vulpina.
  • 9212: Includes as a synonym Acronicta tartarea [9213].
  • 9213: Acronicta tartarea is a synonym of 9212 - Acronicta grisea.
  • 9214: Includes as synonyms Acronicta parallela [9215] and Acronicta mansueta [9218].
  • 9215: Acronicta parallela (Grote, 1879) is a synonym of 9214 - Acronicta falcula.
  • 9218: Acronicta mansueta Smith 1897 is a synonym of 9214 - Acronicta falcula.
  • 9228: Acronicta furcifera is a synonym of 9229 - Acronicta hasta.
  • 9229: Includes as a synonym Acronicta furcifera [9228].
  • 9231.1: New species description. Mustelin & Leuschner, 2000, n. sp.: Proc. San Diego Soc. Nat. Hist., 36: 1-18.
  • 9233: Acronicta theodora of authors not Schaus, 1894 refers to an undescribed species near theodora. Acronicta theodora is extralimital north of Mexico, Zookeys, 149: 153.
  • 9238.1: Acronicta perblanda Ferguson, [1989], n. sp.: Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera, 26: 201-218.
  • 9240: Acronicta pruni is a synonym of 9246 - Acronicta clarescens.
  • 9241.1: Acronicta heitzmani Covell & Metzler, 1992, n. sp.: Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society, 46: 220-232.
  • 9246: Includes as a synonym Acronicta pruni [9240].
  • 9250:
  • 9253: Includes as a subpecies 9352 - Apamea semilunata (Grote, 1881).
  • 9260: Acronicta auricoma is removed from the list as unsubstantiated.
  • 9261: Includes as synonyms Acronicta acla [9262] and Acronicta distans [9263].
  • 9262: Acronicta acla is a synonym of 9261 - Acronicta impressa.
  • 9263: Acronicta distans is a synonym of 9261 - Acronicta impressa.
  • 9263.1: Acronicta menyanthidis (Esper, 1789) is now recognized within the North American fauna, Zootaxa, 3571: 1-25.
  • 9270:
  • 9271: Acronicta arioch Strecker, 1898 is a synonym of 9270 - Acronicta othello.
  • 9272: Includes as a synonym Acronicta arioch [9271].
  • 9272.1: Acronicta sinescripta Ferguson, [1989], n. sp.: Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera, 26: 201-218.
  • 9275: Formerly placed in the genus Merolonche. Includes as synonyms Acronicta atlinensis [9278] and Acronicta ursina [9279].
  • 9275.1: Formerly placed in the genus Merolonche. New species description: Mustelin & Leuschner, 2000, n. sp.: Proc. San Diego Soc. Nat. Hist., 36: 1-18.
  • 9276: Formerly placed in the genus Merolonche.
  • 9277: Formerly placed in the genus Merolonche.
  • 9278: Acronicta atlinensis is a synonym of 9275 - Acronicta lupini. Formerly placed in the genus Merolonche.
  • 9279: Acronicta ursina is a synonym of 9275 - Acronicta lupini. Formerly placed in the genus Merolonche.
  • 9280: Acronicta insularis (Herrich-Schäffer, 1868) includes as a synonym 9280 Simyra henrici, Revista Brasileira de Zoologia, 19: 352. This species was formerly in the genus Simyra, Systematic Entomology. 41: 11.
  • 9281: Acronicta fallax (Herrich-Schäffer, 1854), formerly in the genus Agriopodes, n. syn., includes as a synonym 9282 Agriopodes geminata, ZooKeys 421: 125.
  • 9282: Agriopodes geminata (Smith, 1903) is a synonym of 9281 Acronicta fallax, ZooKeys 421: 125.
  • 9283: Chloronycta tybo (Barnes, 1904) was formerly in the genus Agriopodes. This species was transferred to the genus Chloronycta, n. gen., in Schmidt et al. 2014, ZooKeys. 421: 115-137.
  • 9284: Anterastria teratophora (Herrich-Schäffer, [1854]) was transferred from the genus Agriopodes to the genus Erastria, now Anterastria, in Forbes (1954). This transfer was overlooked in the 1983 Hodges Checklist, ZooKeys. 421: 115-137.
  • 9287: Generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys, 40: 145.
  • 9288: Generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys, 40: 145.
  • 9289: Generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys, 40: 145.
  • 9289.1: This species was inadvertantly omitted from the 1983 list.
  • 9290: Generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys, 40: 145.
  • 9291: Generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys, 40: 145.
  • 9292: Generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys, 40: 145.
  • 9293: [Cryphia] pallidioides is a replacement name for Cryphia pallida, a secondary homonym; generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys, 40: 145.
  • 9295: Generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys, 40: 145.
  • 9296: Bryolymnia viridata (Harvey, 1876), n. sp., Zookeys, 39: 202.
  • 9297: Generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys, 40: 145.
  • 9297.1: [Cryphia] flavipuncta Mustelin, 2006, n. sp.: Zootaxa, 1278: 1-47. Generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys, 40: 145.
  • 9297.2: [Elaphria] cyanympha (Ferguson, [1989]), n. sp.: Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera, 26: 201-218. Formerly placed in the genus Cryphia, current placement in Elaphria is provisional, ZooKeys, 40: 146
  • 9307.1: Reported from Florida.
  • 9309: Includes as a subspecies Psychomorpha euryhoda [9310]
  • 9310: Psychomorpha euryhoda is a subspecies of 9309 - Psychomorpha epimenis.
  • 9329: Includes as a synonym Apamea dionea [9330].
  • 9330: Apamea dionea is a synonym of 9329 - Apamea cariosa.
  • 9333.1: Elevated from a subspecies of 9333 - Apamea lignicolora.
  • 9335: Apamea grotei is a synonym of 9336 - Apamea atrosuffusa.
  • 9336: Includes as a synonym Apamea grotei [9335].
  • 9337.1: Apamea robertsoni Mikkola & Mustelin, 2006, n. sp.: Zootaxa, 1278: 1-47.
  • 9339.1: Elevated from a subspecies of 9339 - Apamea auranticolor.
  • 9341: Includes as a subspecies Apamea multicolor [9342].
  • 9342: Apamea multicolor is a subspecies of 9341 - Apamea vultuosa.
  • 9348: Includes as a synonym Apamea castanea [9349]
  • 9349: Apamea castanea is a synonym of 9348 - Apamea amputatrix.
  • 9352: Apamea semilunata is a subspecies of 9353 - Apamea inordinata.
  • 9353: Includes as a subspecies Apamea semilunata [9352].
  • 9358: Apamea parcata is a subspecies of 9359 - Apamea commoda.
  • 9359: Includes as a subspecies Apamea parcata [9358].
  • 9361: Formerly placed in the genus Apamea.
  • 9362: Includes as a synonym Apamea ampliata [9363].
  • 9362.1: Introduced in Alaska from Eurasia.
  • 9362.2: Introduced from Europe.
  • 9363: Apamea ampliata is a synonym of 9362 - Apamea indocilis.
  • 9364: Includes Apamea finitima as a North American subspecies of the Holarctic species Apamea sordens [9364].
  • 9365: Includes as a synonym Apamea laterita of authors (not Hufnagel, 1766), and as a subspecies 9365.1 - Apamea gabrieli Mikkola & Mustelin, 2000.
  • 9365.1: Apamea gabrieli Mikkola & Mustelin, 2000, n. sp.: Zootaxa, 1278: 1-47, is a subspecies of 9365 - Apamea scoparia.
  • 9367.1: Elevated from subspecies of 9367 - Apamea dubitans.
  • 9369: Includes as subspecies Apamea conradi [9370] and Apamea popofensis [9371].
  • 9370: Apamea conradi is a subspecies of 9369 - Apamea inficita.
  • 9371: Apamea popofensis is a subspecies of 9369 - Apamea inficita.
  • 9374: Includes as synonym Apamea extensa [9375] and as a subspecies Apamea obscuroides [9376] and its synonym Apamea obscura. Formerly placed in the genus Protagrotis.
  • 9376: Apamea obscuroides is a subspecies of 9374 - Apamea niveivenosa, Apamea obscura is a synonym.
  • 9377: Apamae nichollae is a subspecies of 9385 - Apamea zeta. Formerly placed in the genus Protagrotis.
  • 9378: Includes as a subspecies Apamea ona [9379].
  • 9379: Apamea ona is a subspecies of 9378 - Apamea burgessi.
  • 9380: Includes as a subspecies Apamea migrata [9381].
  • 9381: Apamea migrata is a subspecies of 9380 - Apamea relicina.
  • 9384: Apamea murrayi is a subspecies of 9385 - Apamea zeta. Formerly placed in the genus Crymodes.
  • 9384.1: Elevated from a subspecies of 9385 - Apamea zeta [= exulis]. Formerly placed in the genus Crymodes.
  • 9385: Includes as subspecies Apamea nichollae [9377], Apamea murrayi [9384] and Apamea exulis [9385]. Formerly placed in the genera Protagrotis and Crymodes.
  • 9385.1: Lateroligia ophiogramma (Esper, 1793) is now known in North American fauna.
  • 9386: Formerly placed in the genus Luperina. Generic placement is provisional, Pohl et al. (2016).
  • 9387: Formerly placed in the genus Luperina.
  • 9388: Formerly placed in the genus Luperina.
  • 9390: Resapamea virguncula is a synonym of 9391 - Resapamea passer. Formerly placed in the genus Luperina.
  • 9391: Includes as synonyms Resapamea virguncula [9390] and Resapamea morna [9392]. Formerly placed in the genus Luperina.
  • 9391.1: Resapamea diluvius Crabo, 2013, n. sp., ZooKeys. 264: 99.
  • 9391.2: Resapamea angelika Crabo, 2013, n. sp., ZooKeys. 264: 103.
  • 9391.3: Resapamea mammuthus Crabo, 2013, n. sp., ZooKeys. 264: 105.
  • 9393: Formerly placed in the genus Luperina. Generic placement is provisional, Pohl et al. (2016).
  • 9394: Includes as a synonym [homonym] Apamea exornata [9394]. Formerly placed in the genus Trichoplexia.
  • 9395: Formerly placed in the genus Ommatostola.
  • 9396: Includes as synonyms Eremobina hilli [9397] and Eremobina hanhami [9400].
  • 9398: Includes as a synonym Eremobina jocasta [9398].
  • 9400: Eremobina hanhami is a synonym of 9396 - Eremobina claudens.
  • 9401: Formerly placed in the genus Oligia.
  • 9402: Generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys, 40: 149.
  • 9403: Viridiseptis marina (Grote, 1874) was in the genus Oligia in the 1983 Hodges Checklist. This species was provisionally listed in the genus Aseptis in Lafontaine and Schmidt (2010) and transferred to Viridiseptis, new genus, in Mustelin and Crabo (2015), ZooKeys. 527: 95-97.
  • 9404: Generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys, 40: 149.
  • 9405: Generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys, 40: 149.
  • 9406: Formerly placed in the genus Oligia.
  • 9408: Formerly placed in the genus Oligia.
  • 9409: Oligia hausta is a synonym of 9411 - Neoligia semicana. Formerly placed in the genus Oligia.
  • 9410: Formerly placed in the genus Oligia.
  • 9411: Includes as a synonym Neoligia hausta [9409]. Formerly placed in the genus Oligia.
  • 9411.1: Neoligia canadensis Troubridge & Lafontaine, 2002, n. sp.: The Canadian Entomologist, 134: 157-191.
  • 9412: Includes as a synonym Oligia laevigata [9412]. Formerly placed in the genus Oligia.
  • 9412.1: Neoligia inermis Troubridge & Lafontaine, 2002, n. sp.: The Canadian Entomologist, 134: 157-191.
  • 9412.2: Neoligia pagosa Troubridge & Lafontaine, 2002, n. sp.: The Canadian Entomologist, 134: 157-191.
  • 9412.4: Neoligia surdirena Troubridge & Lafontaine, 2002, n. sp.: The Canadian Entomologist, 134: 157-191.
  • 9413: Formerly placed in the genus Oligia.
  • 9413.2: Neoligia invenusta Troubridge & Lafontaine, 2002, n. sp.: The Canadian Entomologist, 134: 157-191.
  • 9413.3: Neoligia elephas Troubridge & Lafontaine, 2002, n. sp.: The Canadian Entomologist, 134: 157-191.
  • 9413.4: Neoligia albirena Troubridge & Lafontaine, 2002, n. sp.: The Canadian Entomologist, 134: 157-191.
  • 9413.6: Neoligia lillooet Troubridge & Lafontaine, 2002, n. sp.: The Canadian Entomologist, 134: 157-191.
  • 9414: Generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys, 40: 149.
  • 9414.1: [Oligia] rampartensis (Barnes & Benjamin, 1923) is elevated from subspecies of 9414 Oligia violacea; generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys, 40: 149.
  • 9415: Generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys, 40: 149.
  • 9415.1: Introduced in Quebec, now known also from New York City and Ontario.
  • 9415.2: An Old World species that has become established in the New York City area.
  • 9416: Generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys, 40: 149.
  • 9417: Generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys, 40: 149.
  • 9418: Generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys, 40: 149.
  • 9419: [Platypolia] mactata (Guenée, 1852) was formerly placed in the genus Oligia. Generic placement is tentative, ZooKeys, 40: 153.
  • 9420: Fishia illocata (Walker, 1857) was formerly placed in the genus Oligia, ZooKeys. 40: 153.
  • 9421.1: Euros osticollis Troubridge, 2006, n. sp.: Zootaxa, 1308: 63-68.
  • 9425.2: Meropleon linae Metlevski, 2005, n. sp.: Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash., 107: 812-819.
  • 9429:
  • 9431: Includes as a synonym Parastichtis discivaria [9431].
  • 9432: Formerly placed in the genus Xylomoia.
  • 9433.1: Orthomoia bloomfieldi Mustelin, 2000, n. sp.: Proceedings of the San Diego Society for Natural History, 36: 1-18.
  • 9434: Formerly placed in the genus Spartiniphaga.
  • 9434.1: New species description: Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society, 37: 301-305. Formerly placed in the genus Spartiniphaga.
  • 9435: Formerly placed in the genus Spartiniphaga.
  • 9436: Formerly placed in the genus Spartiniphaga.
  • 9437: Includes as a synonym 9438 - Hypocoena variana.
  • 9437.1: New species description: Zootaxa, 1278: 1-47. Formerly placed in the genus photedes.
  • 9438: Hypocoena [= Chortodes] variana is a synonym of 9437 - Hypocoena inquintana.
  • 9439: Formerly placed in the genus Chortodes.
  • 9440.1: Reported from southeastern Alaska by Kononenko et al. (1989).
  • 9441: Formerly placed in the genera Chortodes and Hypocoena, placement in the genus Photedes is provisional, ZooKeys, 40: 150.
  • 9442: Formerly placed in the genera Chortodes and Hypocoena.
  • 9443: Formerly placed in the genera Chortodes and Hypocoena, placement in the genus Photedes is provisional, ZooKeys, 40: 150.
  • 9447.1: Mammifrontia sarae Mustelin, 2006, n. sp.: Zootaxa, 1278: 1-47.
  • 9447.2: Introduced from Europe into eastern North America and spreading (McCabe and Schweitzer 1991).
  • 9448: Formerly placed in the genus Archanara.
  • 9449: Formerly placed in the genus Archanara.
  • 9450: Formerly placed in the genus Archanara.
  • 9451: Formerly placed in the genus Archanara.
  • 9453: Formerly placed in the genus Celaena.
  • 9454: Formerly placed in the genus Amphipoea.
  • 9454.7: Cherokeea attakullakulla Sullivan & Quinter, 2014, n. sp., ZooKeys, 421: 181-191.
  • 9455: Generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys. 40: 1-239.
  • 9457.1: Elevated from a subspecies of 9457 - Amphipoea americana.
  • 9459: Includes as a synonym Amphipoea flavostigma [9462].
  • 9461: Generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys. 40: 1-239
  • 9462: Amphipoea flavostigma is a synonym of 9459 - Amphipoea senilis.
  • 9472: Papaipema harrisii (Grote, 1881) includes as a synonym 9476 Papaipema verona, ZooKeys, 527: 141.
  • 9476: Papaipema verona (Smith, 1899) is a synonym of 9472 Papaipema harrisii, ZooKeys, 527: 141.
  • 9485.1: Elevated from a subspecies of 9485 - Papaipema baptisiae.
  • 9486: Papaipema birdi is a synonym of 9488 Papaipema insulidens (Bird, 1902), ZooKeys, 527: 141.
  • 9487: Papaipema pertincta is a synonym of 9488 Papaipema insulidens (Bird, 1902), ZooKeys, 527: 141.
  • 9488: Papaipema insulidens (Bird, 1902) includes as synonyms 9486 P. birdi and 9487 P. pertincta, ZooKeys, 527: 141.
  • 9510: Hydraecia pallescens Smith, 1899 is a synonym of 9511 Hydraecia medialis, n. sp., ZooKeys. 264: 108.
  • 9511: Hydraecia medialis Smith, 1892 includes as a synonym 9510 Hydraecia pallescens, ZooKeys. 264: 108.
  • 9512: Hydraecia obliqua (Harvey, 1876) includes as synonyms Hydraecia ximena (Barnes & Benjamin, 1924) [9518], and H. columbia (Barnes & Benjamin, 1924) [9519], ZooKeys. 264: 107.
  • 9518: Hydraecia ximena (Barnes & Benjamin, 1924) is a synonym of 9512 Hydraecia obliqua, ZooKeys. 264: 107.
  • 9519: Hydraecia columbia (Barnes & Benjamin, 1924) is a synonym of 9512 Hydraecia obliqua, ZooKeys. 264: 107.
  • 9520.1: [Acrapex] relicta Ferguson, 1991, n. sp. Generic placement is provisional. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society, 45: 209-214.
  • 9522.1: Alastria chico Lafontaine & Troubridge, 2004, n. sp.: The Canadian Entomologist, 136: 823-834.
  • 9523.1: Elevated from synonymy of 9523 - Bellura gortynoides.
  • 9525.1: Elevated from a subspecies of 9525 - Bellura obliqua.
  • 9529:
  • 9529.1: Aseptis pseudolichena Mustelin & Leuschner, 2000, n. sp.: Proceedings of the San Diego Society for Natural History, 36: 1-18.
  • 9531.1: Aseptis fannatica Mustelin, 2006, n. sp.: Zootaxa, 1278: 1-47.
  • 9531.2: Aseptis ferruginea Mustelin, 2000, n. sp.: Proceedings of the San Diego Society for Natural History, 36: 1-18.
  • 9531.3: Aseptis murina Mustelin, 2000, n. sp.: Proceedings of the San Diego Society for Natural History, 36: 1-18.
  • 9532: Aseptis binotata (Walker, 1865) includes as synonyms 9534 A. paviae, 9536 A. genetrix, 9537 A. dilara, 9538 A. cara, 9542 A. bultata, ZooKeys, 527: 76.
  • 9533: Paraseptis adnixa (Grote, 1880), formerly in the genus Aseptis, includes as a synonym 9535 Aseptis pausis, ZooKeys. 527: 92.
  • 9534: Aseptis paviae (Strecker, 1874) is a synonym of 9532 Aseptis binotata, ZooKeys, 527: 76.
  • 9535: Aseptis pausis (Smith, 1899) is as a synonym of 9533 Paraseptis adnixa, ZooKeys. 527: 92.
  • 9536: Aseptis genitrix (Grote, 1878) corrects spelling of genetrix. This species name is a synonym of 9532 Aseptis binotata, ZooKeys, 527: 76.
  • 9537: Aseptis dilara (Strecker, 1899) is a synonym of 9532 Aseptis binotata, ZooKeys, 527: 76.
  • 9538: Aseptis cara (Barnes & McDunnough, 1912) is a synonym of 9532 Aseptis binotata, ZooKeys, 527: 76.
  • 9539: Aseptis susquesa (Smith, 1908) includes as a synonym 9540 Aseptis monica, ZooKeys, 527: 85.
  • 9540: Aseptis monica (Barnes & McDunnough, 1918) is a synonym of 9539 Aseptis susquesa, ZooKeys, 527: 85.
  • 9541.1: Aseptis torreyana Mustelin, 2006, n. sp.: Zootaxa, 1278: 1-47.
  • 9542: Aseptis bultata (Smith, 1906) is a synonym of 9532 Aseptis binotata, ZooKeys, 527: 76.
  • 9544: Includes as a synonym Euplexia brillians [9544].
  • 9550: Includes as a synonym Enargia mephisto [9551].
  • 9550.1: Previously treated as Enargia infumata of authors, needed new species description.
  • 9550.2: This palaearctic species is established in the Pacific Northwest region.
  • 9551: Enargia mephisto is a synonym of 9550 - Enargia infumata.
  • 9554: Ipimorpha subvexa is a synonym of 9555 - Ipimorpha pleonectusa.
  • 9555: Includes as a synonym Ipimorpha subvexa [9554].
  • 9557: Chytonix sensilis Grote, 1881 includes as a synonym 9558 Chytonix ruperti, ZooKeys, 527: 155.
  • 9558: Chytonix ruperti Franclemont, 1941 is a synonym of 9557 Chytonix sensilis, ZooKeys, 527: 155.
  • 9558.1: A species from eastern Asia that feeds on hops, introduced into Northeastern United States in the 1990's.
  • 9559: Generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys, 40: 149.
  • 9560.1: Reported from Florida by McCabe (2003).
  • 9561.1: Reported from Texas by Knudson and Bordelon (2004).
  • 9561.2: Reported from Florida.
  • 9562: Generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys, 40: 73.
  • 9562.1: Acroria pulchra (Möschler, 1886) was first recorded in the US from Texas by Knudson and Bordelon in the 1994 Season Summary of Lepd. Soc. under the name Acroria terens. A. pulchra includes as a synonym A. terens of authors (not Walker, 1857). A. terens is extralimital. ZooKeys, 527: 140.
  • 9564: Includes as synonyms Anropolia sansar [9566] and Andropolia extincta [9573].
  • 9565: Formerly placed in the genus Andropolia.
  • 9566: Andropolia sansar is a synonym of 9564 - Andropolia contacta.
  • 9567: Andropolia ochracea was removed as a mislabelled synonym of the Eurasian species Polymixis flavocincta.
  • 9568: Formerly placed in the genus Anropolia.
  • 9573: Andropolia extincta is a synonym of 9564 - Andropolia contacta.
  • 9574: Formerly placed in the genus Andropolia.
  • 9579.1: Hyppa potamus Troubridge & Laf., 2004, n. sp.: The Canadian Entomologist, 136: 299-311.
  • 9583: Nedra stewarti (Grote, 1875) includes as a synonym 9584 Nedra dora, ZooKeys, 527: 140.
  • 9584: Nedra dora Clarke, 1940 is a synonym of 9583 Nedra stewarti, ZooKeys, 527: 140.
  • 9622: Cropia connecta (Smith, 1894) includes as a synonym 9623 Cropia templada, ZooKeys, 527: 139.
  • 9622.1: Cropia ruthaea Dyar, 1910 is now known in North American fauna.
  • 9622.2: Cropia indica (Walker, [1858]) is now recognized within the North American fauna (Florida), ZooKeys, 527: 193.
  • 9623: Cropia templada (Schaus, 1906) is a synonym of 9622
  • 9624: Formerly placed in the genus Speocropia.
  • 9628: Reported from Texas as Neophaenis respondens.
  • 9630.1: Reported from Florida.
  • 9634: Includes as a synonym Phuphena obliqua [9635].
  • 9635: Phuphena obliqua is a synonym of 9634 - Phuphena tura.
  • 9637:
  • 9637.1:
  • 9640:
  • 9643.1: Protoperigea umbricata Mustelin, 2006, n. sp.: Zootaxa, 1278: 1-47.
  • 9643.2: Protoperigea subterminata Mustelin, 2006, n. sp.: Zootaxa, 1278: 1-47.
  • 9643.3: Protoperigea parvulata Mustelin, 2006, n. sp.: Zootaxa, 1278: 1-47.
  • 9643.4: Protoperigea calientensis Mustelin, 2006, n. sp.: Zootaxa, 1278: 1-47.
  • 9645.1: Micrathetis dasarata reported from Texas has been reidentified as forms of Micrathetis tecnion.
  • 9647: Formerly placed in the genus Athetis.
  • 9648: Formerly placed in the genus Athetis.
  • 9649: Formerly placed in the genus Athetis.
  • 9650: Formerly placed in the genus Anorthodes.
  • 9651: Generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys, 40: 146.
  • 9652: Generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys, 40: 146.
  • 9654: Formerly placed in the genus Platyperigea.
  • 9655: Formerly placed in the genus Platyperigea.
  • 9655.1: Elevated from subspecies of Caradrina beta based on genitalia and DNA.
  • 9656: Includes as a synonym Caradrina extima [9656]. Formerly placed in the genus Platyperigea.
  • 9657: Formerly placed in the genus Platyperigea.
  • 9658: Formerly placed in the genus Platyperigea.
  • 9659: Formerly placed in the genus Platyperigea.
  • 9660: Formerly known as Caradrina distincta, the name distincta is a junior homonym of a Eurasian species. Formerly placed in the genus Platyperigea.
  • 9660.1: Introduced from Europe and reported from New York City, Rochester, NY., and Newburyport Massachusetts.
  • 9671.1: Reported from Florida.
  • 9674: Formerly placed in the genus Leucochlaena.
  • 9678.1: Reported from Texas by Knudson and Bordelon (2004).
  • 9679.1: Reported from Florida.
  • 9681.1: New species description: Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash., 105: 331-347.
  • 9681.2: New species description: Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash., 102: 233-270.
  • 9682.1: Reported from Texas by Knudson and Bordelon (2004).
  • 9682.2: Elaphria trolia (Dyar, 1914), formerly a subspecies of 9682 Elaphria exesa, is elevated to full species status, ZooKeys, 527: 140.
  • 9683: Formerly placed in the genus Elaphria, Zookeys, 39: 198.
  • 9683.1: Bryolymnia biformata Lafontaine & Walsh, 2010, n. sp., Zookeys, 39: 199.
  • 9685.1: Bryolymnia marti Holland, 2010, n. sp., Zookeys, 39: 193.
  • 9685.2: Bryolymnia mixta Lafontaine & Walsh, 2010, n. sp., Zookeys, 39: 196.
  • 9689.1: Recorded in southeast Arizona by Bruce Walsh.
  • 9689.2: Occurs in the hill country of west-central Texas, differs in genital characters, Cox1 mtDNA, and is paler than Perigea xanthioides [9689] from farther east.
  • 9689.96: [Psaphidini-unplaced] n. sp. replaces Perigea n. sp. Eric Metzler (pers. comm. 2/24/2017) advices that a manuscript name is assigned to the species by Eric Metzler and his co-authors.
  • 9690: Formerly placed in the genus Platysenta.
  • 9691: Formerly placed in the genus Platysenta.
  • 9692: Formerly placed in the genus Platysenta.
  • 9693: Formerly placed in the genus Platysenta.
  • 9694: Includes as a synonym Condica lunata [932009, 9708]. Formerly placed in the genera Platysenta and Draudtia.
  • 9695: Formerly placed in the genus Platysenta.
  • 9696: Formerly placed in the genus Platysenta.
  • 9697: Formerly placed in the genus Platysenta.
  • 9698: Formerly placed in the genus Platysenta. Includes as a synonym C. proxima [9701, 932000].
  • 9699: Formerly placed in the genus Platysenta.
  • 9700: Includes as a synonym Condica cervina [9700].Formerly placed in the genus Platysenta.
  • 9701: Formerly placed in the genus Platysenta.
  • 9701.1: Reported from Florida.
  • 9702: Formerly placed in the genus Platysenta.
  • 9702.1: Reported from Texas.
  • 9702.2: Reported from Texas as Condica pyromphallus but reidentified as this species.
  • 9703: Condica hypocritica of authors (not Dyar, 1907) has been reported from Texas as Condica hypocritica and as Condica subornata but it is neither of those species and remain unidentified and awaiting new species description. Formerly placed in the genus Platysenta. ZooKeys, 40: 142.
  • 9704: Formerly placed in the genus Draudtia. Includes as a synonym C. revellata under which name this species was previously listed.
  • 9706: Formerly placed in the genus Draudtia.
  • 9707: Includes as a synonym Condica funeralis [9706]. Formerly placed in the genus Draudtia.
  • 9708: Formerly placed in the genus Draudtia.
  • 9709: Formerly placed in the genus Draudtia.
  • 9710: Includes as a synonym Condica ignota [932012, 9711]. Formerly placed in the genus Draudtia.
  • 9711: Formerly placed in the genus Draudtia.
  • 9712: Formerly placed in the genus Draudtia.
  • 9717: Emarginea pallida (Smith, 1902) is a synonym of 9718 Emarginea percara, ZooKeys, 527: 139.
  • 9718: Emarginea percara (Morrison, 1875) includes as a synonym 9717 Emarginea pallida, ZooKeys, 527: 139.
  • 9724.1: Previously reported as Ogdoconta lilacina (not Druce, 1890).
  • 9724.3: Ogdoconta margareta Crabo, 2015, n. sp., ZooKeys. 527: 51-56.
  • 9726.1: Includes as a synonym Azenia nepotica [931725.2, 9726.2]
  • 9738: Neumoegenia coronides is removed from list because of lack of any verifiable records.
  • 9739: Neumoegenia albavena is removed from list because of lack of any verifiable records.
  • 9740: Formerly placed in the genus Stibadium.
  • 9741.1: Plagiomimicus heitzmani Poole, 1995, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 26.1: 1-249.
  • 9742: Formerly placed in the genus Stibadium.
  • 9743: Formerly placed in the genus Stibadium.
  • 9744: Formerly placed in the genus Stibadium.
  • 9745: Formerly placed in the genus Stibadium.
  • 9746: Formerly placed in the genus Stibadium.
  • 9747: Formerly placed in the genus Stibadium.
  • 9748: Includes as a synonym Plagiomimicus mavina [9749]. Formerly placed in the genus Stibadium.
  • 9748.1: Plagiomimicus caesium (Blanchard & Knudson, 1984), n. sp.: Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash., 86: 346-348.
  • 9749: Plagiomimicus mavina is a synonym of 9748 - Plagiomimicus spumosum. Formerly placed in the genus Stibadium.
  • 9750.1: New species description: J. K. Adams and J. D. Lafontaine, J. Lepid. Soc. 63(3): 173-176. A New Species of Plagiomimicus from Northern Arizona and Southeastern Utah.
  • 9751: Formerly placed in the genus Stibadium.
  • 9755: Formerly placed in the genus Polenta.
  • 9755.1: Plagiomimicus mimica Poole, 1995, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 26.1: 1-249.
  • 9756: Formerly placed in the genus Polenta.
  • 9762: Chrysoecia requies is removed from list because of lack of any verifiable records.
  • 9764: Includes as a synonym Chrysoecia dela [9764].
  • 9766.1: Elevated from synonymy of 9766 - Cirrhophanus triangulifer.
  • 9767: Formerly placed in the genus Cirrhophanus.
  • 9768: Formerly placed in the genus Cirrhophanus.
  • 9768.1: Angulostiria chryseochilus is known (1995) from one west Texas specimen.
  • 9769: Formerly placed in the genus Hoplolythra.
  • 9770: Formerly placed in the genus Hoplolythra.
  • 9774: Formerly placed in the genus Cryptonychia.
  • 9779: Formerly placed in the genus Chalcopasta.
  • 9781.1: Basilodes straminea Poole, 1995, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 26.1: 1-249.
  • 9782: Basilodes inquinatus is removed from list because of lack of any verifiable records.
  • 9785.1: Stiria intermixta is known from UT to AZ, TX and Mexico.
  • 9787.1: Stiria satana Poole, 1995, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 26.1: 1-249.
  • 9806.1: Includes as a synonym Paramiana exculta [9806.1].
  • 9807.1: Euamiana adusta Blanchard & Knudson, 1986, n. sp.: Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash., 88: 134-141.
  • 9813: Formerly placed in the genus Achytonix.
  • 9814: Formerly placed in the genus Achytonix.
  • 9814.1: Cosmia elisae Lafontaine & Troubridge, 2003, n. sp.: The Canadian Entomologist, 135: 325-336.
  • 9819: Amolita obliqua Smith, 1903 is the species in Florida that was also referred to as A. sentalis (9820), which has been removed from the North American list by Lafontaine & Schmidt (2015), ZooKeys, 527: 137.
  • 9820: Amolita sentalis (Kaye, 1901) is removed from the list. It appears to have been added to the list as the result of confusion with 9819 Amolita obliqua, ZooKeys, 527: 137.
  • 9833: Includes as synonyms Fotella olivia [9834], Fotella olivioides [9835] and Fotella fragosa [9836].
  • 9834: Fotella olivia is a synonym of 9833 - Fotella notalis.
  • 9835: Fotella olivioides is a synonym of 9833 - Fotella notalis.
  • 9836: Fotella fragosa is a synonym of 9833 - Fotella notalis.
  • 9838: Formerly placed in the genus Prochloridea.
  • 9844.1: Gloanna hecate Blanchard & Knudson, 1983, n. sp.: Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash., 85: 174-176.
  • 9855.1: Annaphila scurlockorum Sala & Mustelin, 2006, n. sp.: Zootaxa, 1278: 1-47.
  • 9878: Lithomoia solidaginis is a synonym of 9878 - Lithomoia germana.
  • 9887:
  • 9888.1: Lithophane franclemonti Metzler, 1998, n. sp.: Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society, 52: 1-8.
  • 9889: Includes as a synonym Lithophane ferrealis [9890].
  • 9890: Lithophane ferrealis is a synonym of 9889 - Lithophane petulca.
  • 9893.1: Lithophane lanei Troubridge, 2006, n. sp.: Zootaxa, 1284: 61-68.
  • 9893.2: Lithophane joannis Metzler & Covell, 1992, n. sp.: Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society, 46: 220-232.
  • 9898.1: Lithophane boogeri Troubridge, 2006, n. sp.: Zootaxa, 1284: 61-68.
  • 9902: Includes as a synonym Lithophane vivida [9903], a silvery-gray form that occurs on the west coast of British Columbia and northwestern Washington.
  • 9903: Lithophane vivida is a synonym of 9902 - Lithophane baileyi.
  • 9904: Includes as a synonym Lithophane nigrescens [9921].
  • 9904.1: Lithophane scottae Troubridge, 2006, n. sp.: Zootaxa, 1284: 61-68.
  • 9905: Lithophane viridipallens Grote, 1877 includes as a synonym 9906 Lithophane pruena, ZooKeys, 527: 141.
  • 9906: Lithophane pruena (Dyar, 1910) is a synonym of 9905 Lithophane viridipallens, ZooKeys, 527: 141.
  • 9921: Lithophane nigrescens is a synonym of 9904 - Lithophane querquera.
  • 9923.1:
  • 9924.1: Lithophane ponderosa Troubridge & Lafontaine, 2003, n. sp.: The Canadian Entomologist, 135: 53-62.
  • 9924.2: Lithophane jefferyi Troubridge & Lafontaine, 2003, n. sp.: The Canadian Entomologist, 135: 53-62.
  • 9925.1: Lithophane thujae Webster & Thomas, 2000, n. sp.: Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society, 53: 55-59.
  • 9928.1:
  • 9940: Sericaglaea adulta removed from the list as too vaguely described to be identified.
  • 9948.1: Chaetaglaea fergusoni Brou, 1997, n. sp.: Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society, 51: 135-138.
  • 9949.1: Chaetaglaea rhonda Stead & Troubridge, 2015, n. sp., ZooKeys, 527: 147-152.
  • 9953.1: Mesogona rubra Hammond & Crabo, [1998], n. sp.: Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera, 34: 83-98.
  • 9953.2: Mesogona subcuprea Crabo & Hammond, [1998], n. sp.: Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera, 34: 83-98.
  • 9957: Includes as a synonym Sunira straminea [9959]. Formerly placed in the genus Agrochola.
  • 9958: Formerly placed in the genus Agrochola.
  • 9959: Sunira straminea is a synonym of 9957 - Sunira bicolorago. Formerly placed in the genus Agrochola.
  • 9960: Formerly placed in the genus Agrochola.
  • 9965: Previously assumed to be conspecific with the European species Xanthia togata (Esper, 1788) - Pink-barred Sallow.
  • 9968: Fishia tortilis is a synonym of 9972 - Fishia yosemitae.
  • 9969: Fishia evelina is a synonym of 9970 - Fishia discors.
  • 9970: Includes as a synonym Fishia evelina [9969].
  • 9972: Includes as synonyms Fishia tortilis [9968], Fishia betsia [9973], Fishia enthea [9974] and Fishia instruta [9975].
  • 9972.1: Fishia nigrescens Hammond & Crabo, 2013, n. sp., ZooKeys. 264: 92.
  • 9973: Fishia betsia is a synonym of 9972 - Fishia yosemitae.
  • 9974: Fishia enthea is a synonym of 9972 - Fishia yosemitae.
  • 9975: Fishia instruta is a synonym of 9972 - Fishia yosemitae.
  • 9982: Mniotype adusta (Esper, 1790) includes as synonym 9982 Mniotype sommeri (Lefèbvre, 1836). This Eurasian species is found in Greenland but extralimital to the US and Canada. ZooKeys, 40: 153.
  • 9984: Mniotype versuta is a synonym of 9987 - Mniotype ducta.
  • 9985: Mniotype miniota is a synonym of 9988 - Mniotype tenera.
  • 9986: Mniotype fervida is a synonym of 9988 - Mniotype tenera.
  • 9987: Includes as a synonym Mniotype versuta [9984].
  • 9988: Includes as synonym Mniotype miniota [9985] and Mniotype fervida [9986].
  • 9989: Includes as synonyms Sutyna profundus [9990] and Sutyna tenuilinea [9991].
  • 9990: Sutyna profundus is a synonym of 9989 - Sutyna privata.
  • 9991: Sutyna tenuilinea is a synonym of 9989 - Sutyna privata.
  • 9995.1: Brachylomia pallida Troubridge & Laf., 2007, n. sp.: The Canadian Entomologist, 139: 209-227.
  • 9995.2: Brachylomia cascadia Troubridge & Laf., 2007, n. sp.: The Canadian Entomologist, 139: 209-227.
  • 9996.1: Brachylomia obscurifascia Troubridge & Laf., 2007, n. sp.: The Canadian Entomologist, 139: 209-227.
  • 9997.1: Brachylomia sierra Troubridge & Laf., 2007, n. sp.: The Canadian Entomologist, 139: 209-227.
  • 10000: Brachylomia onychina is a synonym of 10517 - Egira alternans.
  • 10001: Formerly placed in the genus Lomilysis.
  • 10003: Includes as a synonym Epidemas melanographa [10004].
  • 10004: Epidemas melanographa is a synonym of 1003 - Epidemas obscurus.
  • 10012: Formerly placed in the genus Eutolype.
  • 10013: Formerly placed in the genus Eutolype.
  • 10014: Formerly placed in the genus Eutolype.
  • 10015: Formerly placed in the genus Eutolype.
  • 10016: Formerly placed in the genus Copipanolis.
  • 10027: Includes as a synonym Pleromelloida obliquata [10028].
  • 10028: Pleromelloida obliquata is a synonym of 10027 - Pleromelloida conserta.
  • 10032: Includes as a synonym Neogalea esula [10032].
  • 10036: Catabenoides vitrina (Walker, 1857) includes as a synonym 10038 Catabenoides divisa, ZooKeys, 527: 139. This Caribbean species found in Florida was formerly placed in the genus Catabena.
  • 10037: Formerly placed in the genus Catabena.
  • 10038: Catabenoides divisa (Herrich-Schäffer, 1868) is a synonym of 10036 Catabenoides vitrina
  • 10039: Includes as a synonym Oxycnemis gustis [931614, 10045].
  • 10040: Formerly placed in the genus Oxycnemis.
  • 10041: Formerly placed in the genus Oxycnemis.
  • 10042: Formerly placed in the genus Oxycnemis.
  • 10043: Includes as a synonym Oxycnemis gracillima [10043, misspelling].
  • 10047: Oxycnemis erratica is a synonym of 10048 Oxycnemis grandimacula, n. syn., in Lafontaine & Schmidt (2015) following Robert Poole (1996), ZooKeys, 527: 153.
  • 10048: Oxycnemis grandimacula Barnes & McDunnough, 1910 includes as a synonym 10047 Oxycnemis erratica, n. syn., in Lafontaine & Schmidt (2015) following Robert Poole (1996), ZooKeys, 527: 153. Poole lists this species as Triocnemidini New Genus 1 grandimacula.
  • 10054: Formerly placed in the genus Hemistilbia.
  • 10055: Formerly placed in the genus Apharetra. Includes as synonyms Sympistis pyralis [10056] and Sympistis purpurea [10057].
  • 10055.1:
  • 10056: Sympistis pyralis is a synonym of 10055 - Sympistis dentata. Formerly placed in the genus Apharetra.
  • 10057: Sympistis purpurea is a synonym of 10055 - Sympistis dentata. Formerly placed in the genus Apharetra.
  • 10058: Formerly placed in the genus Apharetra.
  • 10059: Formerly placed in the genus Homohadena.
  • 10059.1: Sympistis tenuistriga (McDunnough, 1940), originally described as a variety of Sympistis badistriga, is raised to full species status.
  • 10060: Formerly placed in the genus Homohadena.
  • 10061: Formerly placed in the genus Homohadena.
  • 10062: Formerly placed in the genus Homohadena.
  • 10063: Formerly placed in the genus Homohadena.
  • 10064: Formerly placed in the genus Homohadena.
  • 10065: Formerly placed in the genus Homohadena.
  • 10066: Formerly placed in the genus Homohadena.
  • 10066.1:
  • 10066.2:
  • 10067: Formerly placed in the genus Adita.
  • 10067.1: Sympistis forbesi Zacharczenko & Wagner, 2014, n. sp., ZooKeys, 421: 93-107.
  • 10068: Formerly placed in the genus Homonconemis.
  • 10069: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10070: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10071: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10072: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10072.1:
  • 10073: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10074: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10075: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10076: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10077: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10077.1:
  • 10077.2:
  • 10078: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10079: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10080: Includes as a synonym Sympistis mus [10080.1]. Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10081: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10082: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10082.1:
  • 10082.2:
  • 10083: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis. Includes as a synonym Sympistis phairi [10084].
  • 10084: Sympistis phairi is a synonym of 10083 - Sympistis glennyi.
  • 10085: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10086: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10087: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10088: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10089: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10090: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10091: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10092: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10093: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10093.1:
  • 10093.2:
  • 10093.3:
  • 10093.4:
  • 10094: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10094.3:
  • 10095: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10095.1:
  • 10096: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10097: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10098: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10099: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10100: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10101: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10102: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10102.1:
  • 10102.2:
  • 10103: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10104: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10105: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10105.1:
  • 10106: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10107: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10108: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10109: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10110: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10111: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10112: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10113: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10113.2:
  • 10113.3:
  • 10113.6:
  • 10114: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10115: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10116: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10117: Sympistis simplicia is a synonym of 10120 - Sympistis deserta. Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10118: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10118.3:
  • 10119: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10120: Includes as a synonym Sympistis simplicia [10117]. Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10121: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10122: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10123: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10124: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10124.1:
  • 10125: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10126: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10127: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10128: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10129: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10130: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10130.1:
  • 10130.2: Elevated from subspecies of 10130 - Sympistis figurata.
  • 10131: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10132: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10133: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10133.1:
  • 10134: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10134.1:
  • 10135: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10135.1: Includes as a synonym Sympistis sala [10135.3].
  • 10135.2:
  • 10135.3: Sympistis deserticola is a synonym of 10135.4 - Sympistis major.
  • 10135.4: Includes as a synonymn Sympistis deserticola [10135.3].
  • 10135.7:
  • 10136: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10137: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10138: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10139: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10140: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis. Includes as a synonym Sympistis colorado [10141].
  • 10141: Sympistis colorado is a synonym of 10140 - Sympistis chandleri. Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10142: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10143: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10144: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10145: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10146: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10147: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10148: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10149: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10150: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10150.1:
  • 10151: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10151.1: Elevated from synonymy of 10151 - Sympistis dunbari.
  • 10152: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10153: Formerly placed in the genus Oncocnemis.
  • 10154: Formerly placed in the genus Lepipolys.
  • 10155: Formerly placed in the genus Lepipolys.
  • 10156: Includes as a synonym Sympistis melaleuca [10156].
  • 10159: Previously considered as a subspecies of S. nigrita [10159], has now been elevated to full species status with S. z. kolthoffi [10160] as a subspecies, and with Sympistis besla [10161] and Sympistis labradoris [10159a] treated as synonyms.
  • 10160: Sympistis kolthoffi is a subspecies of 10159 - Sympistis nigrita.
  • 10161: Sympistis besla is a synonym of 10159 - Sympistis nigrita.
  • 10164: Formerly placed in the genus Stylopoda.
  • 10164.1:
  • 10165: Stylopoda groteana (Dyar, 1903) includes as a synonym 10167 Stylopoda anxia, ZooKeys, 527: 140.
  • 10167: Stylopoda anxia is a synonym of 10165 Stylopoda groteana, ZooKeys, 527: 140.
  • 10168: Formerly placed in the genus Stylopoda.
  • 10169: Includes as a synonym Copanarta nigerrima [10170].
  • 10170: Copanarta nigerrima is a synonym of 10169 - Copanarta aurea.
  • 10171: Pseudacontia louisa Smith, 1908 is a synonym of 10172 Pseudacontia crustaria, ZooKeys, 527: 139.
  • 10172: Pseudacontia crustaria (Morrison, 1875) includes as a synonym 10171 P. louisa and 10173 P. cansa, ZooKeys, 527: 139.
  • 10173: Pseudacontia cansa Smith, 1908 is a synonym of 10172 Pseudacontia crustaria, ZooKeys, 527: 139.
  • 10176: Formerly placed in the genus Cerapoda.
  • 10180: Formerly placed in the genus Lathosea. Includes as a synonym Cucllia spauldingi [10182].
  • 10181: Formerly placed in the genus Lathosea.
  • 10182: Cucullia spauldingi is a synonym of 10181 - Cucullia pulla. Formerly placed in the genus Lathosea.
  • 10183: Formerly placed in the genus Rancora. Includes as synonyms Cucullia brucei [10186] and Cucullia ketchikana [10187.3].
  • 10184: Formerly placed in the genus Rancora. Includes as a synonym Cucullia solidaginis [10187].
  • 10185: Formerly placed in the genus Rancora.
  • 10186: Cucullia brucei is a synonym of 10183 Cucullia strigata. Formerly placed in the genus Rancora.
  • 10187: Cucullia solidaginis is a synonym of 10184 - Cucullia serraticornis. Formerly placed in the genus Rancora.
  • 10187.1: Cucullia albicinerea is a synonym of 10187.2 Cucullia albida. Formerly placed in the genus Rancora.
  • 10187.2: Formerly placed in the genus Rancora. Includes as a synonym Cucullia albicinerea [10187.1].
  • 10187.3: Cucullia ketchikana is a synonym of 10183 Cucullia strigata. Formerly placed in the genus Rancora.
  • 10188: Formerly placed in the genus Cucullia.
  • 10190.1: Cucullia styx Poole, 1995, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 26.1: 1-249.
  • 10190.2: Cucullia dorsalis is elevated from synonymy of 10190 Cucullia speyeri
  • 10191.1: Cucullia lethe Poole, 1995, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 26.1: 1-249.
  • 10191.2: Cucullia charon Poole, 1995, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 26.1: 1-249.
  • 10192.1: Recorded from Arizona and California by Poole (1995).
  • 10193: Formerly placed in the genus Cucullia.
  • 10194.1: A Eurasian species, found to be abundant on Île de la Madeleine in eastern Quebec, by Louis Handfield.
  • 10197: Includes as a synonym 10198.1 - Cucullia obscurior.
  • 10204: Cucullia arizona is a synonym of 10203 - Cucullia oribac.
  • 10205: Formerly placed in the genus Nycterophaeta.
  • 10206: Formerly placed in the genus Copicucullia. Includes as a synonym Cucullia luteodisca [10215].
  • 10206.1: Cucullia eurekae Poole, 1995, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 26.1: 1-249.
  • 10207: Formerly placed in the genus Copicucullia.
  • 10208: Formerly placed in the genus Copicucullia.
  • 10209: Formerly placed in the genus Copicucullia.
  • 10210: Formerly placed in the genus Copicucullia.
  • 10211: Cucullia jemezensis is a synonym of 10212 - Cucullia incresa. Formerly placed in the genus Copicucullia.
  • 10212: Formerly placed in the genus Copicucullia. Includes as a synonym Cucllia jemezensis [10211].
  • 10213: Formerly placed in the genus Copicucullia.
  • 10214: Formerly placed in the genus Copicucullia.
  • 10215: Cucullia luteodisca is a synonym of 10206 - Cucullia antipoda. Formerly placed in the genus Copicucullia.
  • 10219: Trichocosmia inornata Grote, 1883 includes as a synonym 10220 T. drasteroides, Zookeys, 149: 155.
  • 10220: Trichocosmia drasteroides is a synonym of 10219 Trichocosmia inornata, Zookeys, 149: 155.
  • 10222: Formerly placed in the genus Discestra.
  • 10223: Formerly placed in the genus Discestra.
  • 10224: Formerly placed in the genus Discestra.
  • 10225: Formerly placed in the genus Discestra.
  • 10226: Anarta castrae (Barnes & McDunnough, 1912) is a synonym of 10252 Anarta inconcinna, Zookeys, 149: 155.. The species inconcinna Smith, [1888] was inadvertently listed previously at MPG as 10252 Scotogramma inconcinna and 10226 Anarta inconcinna. The number 10252 was used for inconcinna in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 10227: Formerly placed in the genus Discestra.
  • 10228: Formerly placed in the genus Discestra.
  • 10228.1: Anarta columbica was a subspecies of 10228 - Anarta oregonica. Formerly placed in the genus Discestra.
  • 10228.2: Anarta montanica (McDunnough, 1930) was treated as a subspecies of 10228 A. oregonica in the 1983 Hodges checklist. This species was elevated to full species status in Schmidt and Anweiler (2010) and subsequently synonymized with 10252 Anarta inconcinna in Lafontaine & Schmidt (2011), Zookeys, 149: 155.
  • 10229: Formerly placed in the genus Discestra.
  • 10230: Formerly placed in the genus Discestra.
  • 10231: Includes as a synonym Anarta subalbida [10230]. Formerly placed in the genus Discestra.
  • 10232: Formerly placed in the genus Discestra.
  • 10233: Includes as a synonym Anarta chunka [10235]. Formerly placed in the genus Discestra.
  • 10233.1: Anarta fusculenta was a subspecies of 10233 - Anarta crotchii. Formerly placed in the genus Discestra.
  • 10234: Formerly placed in the genus Discestra.
  • 10235: Anarta chunka is a synonym of 10233 - Anarta crotchii. Formerly placed in the genus Discestra.
  • 10236: Formerly placed in the genus Discestra.
  • 10238: Includes as a synonym S. addenda [10243, 932852].
  • 10240: Includes as a synonym S. megaera [10245, 932854].
  • 10243:
  • 10245:
  • 10252: Anarta inconcinna (Smith, [1888]), formerly in the genus Scotogramma, includes as synonyms 10226 Anarta castrae and 10228.2 Anarta montanica, Zookeys, 149: 155. The species inconcinna Smith, [1888] was inadvertently listed previously at MPG as 10252 Scotogramma inconcinna and 10226 Anarta inconcinna. The number 10252 was used for inconcinna in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 10254: Anarta postica is a synonym of 10259 - Anarta decepta. Formerly placed in the genus Trichoclea.
  • 10256: Formerly placed in the genus Trichoclea.
  • 10259: Includes as a synonym Anarta postica [10254]. Formerly placed in the genus Trichoclea.
  • 10260: Formerly placed in the genus Trichoclea.
  • 10261: Formerly placed in the genus Trichoclea.
  • 10262: Formerly placed in the genus Trichoclea.
  • 10263: Formerly placed in the genus Trichoclea.
  • 10264: Formerly placed in the genus Trichoclea.
  • 10265: Formerly placed in the genus Trichoclea.
  • 10266: Formerly placed in the genus Trichoclea.
  • 10267: Formerly placed in the genus Sideridis.
  • 10268: Formerly placed in the genus Trichoclea.
  • 10270.1: An introduced Eurasian species found in Utah in 1998 and in Oregon in 2003.
  • 10277: Includes as a synonym Polia leomegra [10278].
  • 10277.1: Polia propodea McCabe, 1980, n. sp.: New York State Museum, Bulletin Number 432. vi + 141 pp.
  • 10278: Polia leomegra is a synonym 10277 - Polia rogenhoferi.
  • 10282: [Orthodes] noverca (Grote, 1878) was formerly placed in the genus Polia, ZooKeys, 40: 591. Includes as synonyms O. vauorbicularis [10283] and O. delecta [10284], Zookeys. 149: 149, 157.
  • 10283: Formerly placed in the genus Polia.
  • 10284: Formerly placed in the genus Polia.
  • 10285: Formerly placed in the genus Polia. Generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys, 40: 158.
  • 10286: Formerly placed in the genus Polia. Generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys, 40: 158.
  • 10287: Hexorthodes montara is a synonym of 10286 - Hexorthodes nipana. Formerly placed in the genus Polia.
  • 10288: Formerly placed in the genus Polia. Generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys, 40: 591
  • 10289: Formerly placed in the genus Polia. Generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys, 40: 591
  • 10290: Formerly placed in the genus Polia. Generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys, 40: 591
  • 10291: Formerly placed in the genus Polia. Also has been placed at 10521.1.
  • 10298: Lacanobia radix (Walker, [1857]) includes as a synonym 10492 Orthosia desperata following McCabe (1980), Zookeys. 149: 149, 156.
  • 10300: Formerly placed in the genus Spirameter.
  • 10301: Formerly placed in the genus Lacanobia.
  • 10302: Formerly placed in the genus Lacanobia.
  • 10303: Formerly placed in the genus Lacanobia.
  • 10304: Formerly placed in the genus Lacanobia.
  • 10305: Formerly placed in the genus Lacanobia.
  • 10306: Formerly placed in the genus Lacanobia.
  • 10307: Formerly placed in the genus Lacanobia.
  • 10308: Formerly placed in the genus Lacanobia.
  • 10309: Formerly placed in the genus Lacanobia.
  • 10315: Formerly placed in the genus Anartomima.
  • 10316: Formerly placed in the genus Anepia.
  • 10317: Formerly placed in the genus Anepia.
  • 10317.1: Hadena lafontainei Troubridge & Crabo, 2002, n. sp.: Fabreries, 27: 109-154.
  • 10318: Formerly placed in the genus Anepia.
  • 10319: Formerly placed in the genus Anepia.
  • 10320: Hadena jola is a synonym of 10321 - Hadena ectrapela. Formerly placed in the genus Anepia.
  • 10321: Includes as a synonym Hadena jola [10320]. Formerly placed in the genus Anepia.
  • 10321.1: Hadena gabrieli Troubridge & Crabo, 2002, n. sp.: Fabreries, 27: 109-154.
  • 10322: Formerly placed in the genus Anepia.
  • 10322.1: Hadena caelestis Troubridge & Crabo, 2002, n. sp.: Fabreries, 27: 109-154.
  • 10323: Formerly placed in the genus Anepia.
  • 10324: Formerly placed in the genus Hecatera.
  • 10325: Formerly placed in the genus Miselia.
  • 10325.1: Hadena maccabei Troubridge & Crabo, 2002, n. sp.: Fabreries, 27: 109-154.
  • 10325.2: Hadena paulula Troubridge & Crabo, 2002, n. sp.: Fabreries, 27: 109-154.
  • 10325.3: Lacinipolia sharonae Selman & Leuschner, 2001, n. sp.: The Taxonomic Report, 2 (8): 1-9.
  • 10325.4: Reported from Texas (Knudson and Bordelon 2004). It also is widespread in southeastern Arizona.
  • 10325.5: Lacinipolia martini Selman & Leuschner, 2001, n. sp.: The Taxonomic Report, 2 (8): 1-9.
  • 10325.6: Lacinipolia franclemonti Selman & Leuschner, 2001, n. sp.: The Taxonomic Report, 2 (8): 1-9.
  • 10325.7: Lacinipolia fordi Selman & Leuschner, 2001, n. sp.: The Taxonomic Report, 2 (8): 1-9.
  • 10325.8: Lacinipolia delongi Selman & Leuschner, 2001, n. sp.: The Taxonomic Report, 2 (8): 1-9.
  • 10325.9: Lacinipolia bucketti Selman & Leuschner, 2001, n. sp.: The Taxonomic Report, 2 (8): 1-9.
  • 10325.99: Hecatera dysodea, introduced into Oregon and Utah.
  • 10326: Formerly placed in the genus Miselia.
  • 10326.1: Lacinipolia aileenae Selman & Leuschner, 2001, n. sp.: The Taxonomic Report, 2 (8): 1-9.
  • 10326.3: Lacinipolia baueri Selman & Leuschner, 2001, n. sp.: The Taxonomic Report, 2 (8): 1-9.
  • 10327.1: Anarta melanopa (Thunberg, 1791) is added back to the checklist as a result of newly found specimens from Alaska and northern Yukon, ZooKeys, 527: 142.
  • 10329: Anarta mimuli is removed from the list as too vague to associate the name with any known species.
  • 10330: Anarta etacta is a synonym of 10364 Lasionycta arietis
  • 10331: Anarta magna is a synonym of 10279 Polia richardsoni
  • 10332: Includes as a synonym Coranarta cordigera of authors [10332]. Formerly placed in the genus Anarta.
  • 10332.1: Coranarta macrostigma (Lafontaine & Mikkola, 1987), n. sp.: The Canadian Entomologist, 119: 931-940.
  • 10333: Anarta myrtilli is extralimital. Occurrence in North America was based on mislabeled specimens in BMNH.
  • 10334: Includes as a subspecies Lasionycta preblei [10349].
  • 10336.1: Lasionycta poca is 10348 in Hodges 1983
  • 10337.1: Elevated from subspecies of 10336 - Lasionycta leucocycla.
  • 10339: Includes as a subspecies Lasionycta curta [10339.1].
  • 10339.1: Lasionycta curta is a subspecies of 10339 - Lasionycta impingens.
  • 10339.2: Lasionycta phaea was a subspecies of 10339 - Lasionycta impingens.
  • 10339.3: Recorded in North America in Yukon.
  • 10340: Includes as a synonym Lasionycta klotsi [10343].
  • 10341: Includes as a synonym Lasionycta albinuda [10355].
  • 10343: Lasionycta klotsi is a synonym of 10340 - Lasionycta discolor.
  • 10344: Includes as a synonym Lasionycta infuscata [10347].
  • 10347: Lasionycta infuscata is a synonym of 10344 - Lasionycta promulsa.
  • 10348: Includes as a subspecies Lasionycta coloradensis [10337].
  • 10349: Lasionycta preblei is a subspecies of 10334 - Lasionycta staudingeri.
  • 10351: Formerly placed in the genera Mamestra and Lasiestra. Generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys, 40: 157.
  • 10352: Includes as synonyms Lasionycta alberta [10353] and Lasionycta marloffi [10354].
  • 10353: Lasionycta alberta is a synonym of 10352 - Lasionycta perplexa.
  • 10354: Lasionycta marloffi is a synonym of 10352 - Lasionycta perplexa.
  • 10355: Lasionycta albinuda is a synonym of 10341 - Lasionycta phoca.
  • 10356: Includes as a synonym Lasionycta membrosa [10357].
  • 10357: Lasionycta membrosa is a synonym of 10356 - Lasionycta subdita.
  • 10358: Includes as a synonym Lasionycta sedilis [10363].
  • 10360: Includes as a synonym Lasionycta rainieri [10361].
  • 10361: Lasionycta rainieri is a synonym of 10360 - Lasionycta mutilata.
  • 10363: Lasionycta sedilis is a synonym of 10358 - Lasionycta subfuscula.
  • 10364: Formerly placed in the genus Lasionycta.
  • 10365: Formerly placed in the genus Lasionycta.
  • 10366: Formerly placed in the genus Lasionycta.
  • 10366.1: New species description: Troubridge & Mustelin, 2006, Zootaxa, 1278: 1-47. Formerly placed in the genus Lasionycta.
  • 10366.2: New species description: Lafontaine, 1988, MONA Fascicle 27.3: 1-348.
  • 10367: Formerly placed in the genus Lasionycta.
  • 10368: Includes as synonyms Lacinipolia determinata [10369], Lacinipolia brachiolum [10386] and Lacinipolia rubrifusa [10388].
  • 10369: Lacinipolia determinata is a synonym of 10368 - Lacinipolia meditata.
  • 10370: Includes as a synonym Lacinipolia selama [933034, 10387].
  • 10385: Lacinipolia canities (Hampson, 1905) is a synonym of 10392 Lacinipolia leucogramma, ZooKeys, 527: 143.
  • 10386: Lacinipolia brachiolum is a synonym of 10368 - Lacinipolia meditata.
  • 10388: Lacinipolia rubrifusa is a synonym of 10368 - Lacinipolia meditata.
  • 10391: Lacinipolia francisca (Smith, 1910) is a synonym of 10392 Lacinipolia leucogramma, ZooKeys, 527: 143.
  • 10392: Lacinipolia leucogramma (Grote, 1873) includes as synonyms 10385 Lacinipolia canities and 10391 Lacinipolia francisca, ZooKeys, 527: 143.
  • 10394.1: Lacinipolia acutipennis (Grote, 1880), formerly a treated as a subspecies of 10394 Lacinipolia vicina in the 1983 Checklist, is raised to full species status and includes as a synonym 10394.1 Lacinipolia subalba Mustelin, 2000, ZooKeys. 527: 110.
  • 10395.1: Lacinipolia sareta (Smith, 1906), formerly treated as a subspecies of 10394 Lacinipolia vicina, is raised to full species status, ZooKeys. 527: 107, 115.
  • 10395.2: Lacinipolia dimocki Schmidt, 2015, n. sp., ZooKeys. 527: 118.
  • 10402: Lacinipolia perta (Druce, 1889) is removed from the list in Lafontaine & Schmidt (2015), ZooKeys, 527: 143.
  • 10404: Specimens identified as Lacinipolia perfragilis were later described as a new species, Lacinipolia triplehorni.
  • 10406.7: Lacinipolia rodora (Dyar, 1911) is listed in Moths of Southeastern Arizona
  • 10408: Includes as a synonym L. lunolacta [10410, 933064].
  • 10415: Lacinipolia strigicollis (Wallengren, 1860) includes as a synonym 10416 Lacinipolia illaudabilis, Zootaxa, 1278: 1-47.
  • 10416: Lacinipolia illaudabilis (Grote, 1875) is a synonym of 10415 Lacinipolia strigicollis, Zootaxa, 1278: 1-47.
  • 10424.1: Lacinipolia n.sp. is an undescribed species first reported in the US by the LepSoc Season Summary (2004) as Lacinipolia scribillata (Draudt, 1924), a name originally described as an aberration and therefore invalid, Pohl, et. al. 2016: 742.
  • 10425.1: Trichocerapoda harbisoni Mustelin, 2006, n. sp.: Zootaxa, 1278: 1-47.
  • 10427.1: Trichocerapoda oceanis Robertson & Mustelin, 2006, n. sp.: Zootaxa, 1278: 1-47.
  • 10430: Formerly placed in the genus Faronta.
  • 10431: Dargida diffusa (Walker, 1856) includes as a synonym 10432 Dargida terrapictalis, "a dark form of the species that occurs from southern British Columbia to central California and could be treated as a subspecies if desired." Lafontaine & Schmidt (2015), ZooKeys, 527: 142. This species was transferred from the genus Faronta by Rodríguez and Angulo (2005).
  • 10432: Dargida terrapictalis is a synonym of 10431 Dargida diffusa, ZooKeys, 527: 142.
  • 10433: Formerly placed in the genus Faronta.
  • 10434: Formerly placed in the genus Faronta.
  • 10435: Formerly placed in the genus Faronta.
  • 10436: Formerly placed in the genus Aletia.
  • 10437: Mythimna yuconensis (Hampson, 1911) corrects spelling of yukonensis, an invalid spelling correction in McDunnough (1938). Lafontaine & Schmidt (2015) determined that the original spelling could not be assumed to be an error, ZooKeys. 527: 142. This species was formally placed in the genus Aletia, ZooKeys, 40: 156.
  • 10438: Formerly placed in the genus Pseudoletia.
  • 10438.1: Formerly placed in the genus Pseudoletia.
  • 10440.1: Leucania amygdalina (Harvey, 1878), formerly treated as a synonym of 10440 Leucania linita in the 1983 Hodges Checklist, is raised to full species status, Lafontaine & Schmidt, 2015: 142.
  • 10441.1: Elevated from synonymy of 10441 - Leucania farcta.
  • 10447.1: Reported from Florida.
  • 10448: Leucania comma was reported as introduced into Newfoundland by Ferguson (1963) but these specimens were recently shown to represent Leucania dia, a valid North American species.
  • 10449.1: Elevated from subspecies of 10449 - Leucania insueta.
  • 10450.1: Reported from Florida.
  • 10451.1: Recorded in Florida as Leucania opalisans by Dickel (1991). Identity corrected in new species description: James Adams, 2001, Annals of the Carnegie Museum, 70: 179-220.
  • 10453.1: Includes as a synonym 10454 - Leucania latiuscula of authors, not Herrich-Schäffer, 1868.
  • 10454: Leucania latiuscula of authors, not Herrich-Schäffer, 1868 is a synonym of 10453.1 - Leucania subpunctata.
  • 10455.1: Reported from Florida.
  • 10464: Includes as a synonym Perigonica fermata [10465].
  • 10465: Perigonica fermata is a synonym of 10464 - Perigonica tertia.
  • 10471: Stretchia plusiaeformis Edwards, 1874 has been spelled by some authors as plusiiformis.
  • 10483: Orthosia johnstoni is a synonym of 10469 - Perigonica pectinata.
  • 10485: Includes as a synonym Orthosia macona [10486].
  • 10486: Orthosia macona is a synonym of 10485 - Orthosia behrensiana.
  • 10492: Orthosia desperata is a synonym of 10298 Lacanobia radix following McCabe (1980), Zookeys. 149: 149, 156.
  • 10499: Generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys, 40: 87.
  • 10500: Generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys, 40: 87.
  • 10502: Includes as a synonym Himella intractata [10502].
  • 10511: Includes as a synonym Egira candida [10512].
  • 10512: Egira candida is a synonym of 10511 - Egira curialis.
  • 10517: Includes as a synonym Brachylomia onychina [10000].
  • 10524: Nephelodes minians Guenée, 1852 include as synonyms 10526 N. mendica and 10527 N. adusta, ZooKeys, 527: 142.
  • 10526: Nephelodes mendica Barnes & Lindsey, 1921 a synonym of 10524 Nephelodes minians, ZooKeys, 527: 142.
  • 10527: Nephelodes adusta Buckett, 1973 is a synonym of 10524 Nephelodes minians, ZooKeys, 527: 142.
  • 10532.1: Elevated from subspecies of 10532 - Homorthodes furfurata. It is now known to occur symatrically with H. furfurata in northeastern United States without evidence of intergradation. The barcodes of the two taxa differ by about 2%.
  • 10547: Protorthodes utahensis is a synonym of 10552 - Protorthodes incincta.
  • 10548: Protorthodes akalus is a synonym of 10552 - Protorthodes incincta.
  • 10550: Protorthodes daviesi is a synonym of 10552 - Protorthodes incincta.
  • 10551: Protorthodes indra is a synonym of 10552 - Protorthodes incincta.
  • 10552: Includes as synonyms P. utahensis [10547], P. akalus [10548], P. daviesi [10550], P. indra [10551], P. saturnus [10553] and P. smithii [10554].
  • 10553: Protorthodes saturnus is a synonym of 10552 - Protorthodes incincta.
  • 10563: Includes as a synonym Protorthodes lindrothi [10564].
  • 10564: Protorthodes lindrothi is a synonym of 10563 - Protorthodes oviducta.
  • 10570: Includes as a synonym U. marloffi [10571, 933122].
  • 10576: Includes as a synonym Hyperepia pi [10577].
  • 10577: Hyperepia pi is a synonym of 10576 - Hyperepia jugifera.
  • 10578: Includes as synonyms Pseudorthodes imora [933130, 10580], and P. calceolaris [933129, 10579].
  • 10585: Includes as a synonym Orthodes crenulata [10585].
  • 10586: Includes as a synonym Hexorthodes planalis [10595].
  • 10589: Generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys, 40: 591
  • 10595: Hexorthodes planalis (Grote, 1883) is a synonym of 10596 [Hexorthodes] agrotiformis, ZooKeys, 40: 158.
  • 10596: [Hexorthodes] agrotiformis (Grote, 1881) includes as a synonym 10595 Hexorthodes planalis (Grote, 1883); generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys, 40: 97, 158.
  • 10597: Formerly placed in the genera Proteiniana and Hexorthodes.
  • 10597.1: [Hyssia] degenerans (Dyar, 1914) has been reported from Texas by by Blanchard (1973) and Knudson and Bordelon (2004). Generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys, 40: 159.
  • 10598: Formerly placed in the genus Hexorthodes.
  • 10599: Formerly placed in the genus Hexorthodes.
  • 10600: Formerly placed in the genus Hexorthodes.
  • 10601: Generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys, 40: 97.
  • 10602: Generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys, 40: 97.
  • 10603: Generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys, 40: 97.
  • 10603.1: Hexorthodes citeria Blanchard & Knudson, 1985, n. sp.: Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash., 87: 777-782. Generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys, 40: 97.
  • 10603.2: Hexorthodes emendata Blanchard & Knudson, 1985, n. sp.: Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash., 87: 777-782. Generic placement is provisional, ZooKeys, 40: 97.
  • 10604: Formerly placed in the genus Hexorthodes.
  • 10605: [Eriopyga] crista of authors (not Walker, 1856) is an unidentified species (Arizona) provisionally placed in the genus Eriopyga, ZooKeys, 40: 159.
  • 10605.1: A voucher from Texas is in USNM.
  • 10605.2: Fergusonix januaris Mustelin & Leuschner, 2000, n. sp.: Proceedings of the San Diego Society for Natural History, 36: 1-18.
  • 10606: Formerly placed in the genus Ursogastra.
  • 10613: Includes as synonyms N. suavis [10609], N. bicolorata [10611], N. citronella (previously treated as a ssp. of N. bicolorata), and N. niveicosta [10612].
  • 10614: Formerly placed in the genus Trichorthosia.
  • 10615: Formerly placed in the genus Trichorthosia.
  • 10616: Formerly placed in the genus Trichorthosia.
  • 10617: Formerly placed in the genus Trichorthosia.
  • 10620: Formerly placed in the genus Trichagrotis.
  • 10633.1: Marilopteryx carancahua Blanchard & Franclemont, 1982, n. sp.: Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash., 84: 270-276.
  • 10640: Previously recorded under the name Xanthopastis timais (of authors, not Cramer [1780]. This is a species complex involving at least six species.
  • 10642.1: Agrotis striata Lafontaine, 2004, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.1: 1-394.
  • 10643: Formerly placed in the genus Agrotis.
  • 10643.1: Eucoptocnemis canescens Lafontaine, 2004, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.1: 1-394.
  • 10644: Formerly placed in the genus Agrotis.
  • 10645: Includes as a synonym Agrotis orthogonoides [10646].
  • 10646: Agrotis orthogonoides is a synonym of 10645 - Agrotis orthogonia.
  • 10647: Includes as a synonym Agrotis patula [10647].
  • 10647.1: Agrotis longicornis Lafontaine & Troubridge, 2004, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.1: 1-394.
  • 10652: Includes as synonyms Agrotis atha [10656] and Agrotis aeneipennis [10657].
  • 10654: Includes as a synonym Agrotis carolina [10654.1].
  • 10654.1: Agrotis carolina Schweitzer & McCabe, 2004 is a synonym of 10654 - Agrotis buchholzi.
  • 10655: Agrotis musa is a synonym of 10660 - Agrotis obliqua.
  • 10656: Agrotis atha is a synonym of 10652 - Agrotis vancouverensis.
  • 10657: Agrotis aeneipennis is a synonym of 10652 - Agrotis vancouverensis.
  • 10658.1: Agrotis arenarius Neil, 1983, n. sp.: Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society, 37: 15-17.
  • 10660: includes as a synonym Agrotis musa [10655].
  • 10660.1: Agrotis antica Crabo & Lafontaine, 2004, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.1: 1-394.
  • 10662:
  • 10664: Formerly placed in the genus Agrotis.
  • 10665: Formerly placed in the genus Agrotis.
  • 10666: Formerly placed in the genus Agrotis.
  • 10667: Formerly placed in the genus Agrotis.
  • 10669: Formerly placed in the genus Onychagrotis.
  • 10670: Includes as synonyms Feltia edentata [10679] and Feltia hutsoni [10671].
  • 10670.1: Feltia inyoca Lafontaine, 2004, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.1: 1-394.
  • 10671: Feltia hutsoni is a synonym of 10670 - Feltia jaculifera.
  • 10672: Includes as a synonym Feltia californiae [10673].
  • 10673: Feltia californiae is a synonym of 10672 - Feltia evanidalis.
  • 10675: Includes as synonyms Feltia pectinicornis [10677] and Feltia subpallida [10678].
  • 10677: Feltia pectinicornis is a synonym of 10675 - Feltia tricosa.
  • 10678: Feltia subpallida is a synonym of 10675 - Feltia tricosa.
  • 10679: Feltia edentata is a synonym of 10670 - Feltia jaculifera.
  • 10680.1: Feltia floridensis Lafontaine, 2004, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.1: 1-394.
  • 10680.2: New species description: The Canadian Entomologist, 118: 1079-1113. Formerly placed in the genus Trichosilia.
  • 10682: Includes as a subspecies Copablepharon contrasta [10683].
  • 10683: Copablepharon contrasta is a subspecies of 10682 - Copablepharon canariana.
  • 10684.1: Copablepharon mustelini Crabo & Lafontaine, 2004, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.1: 1-394.
  • 10684.2: Copablepharon serratigrande Lafontaine, 2004, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.1: 1-394.
  • 10685: Copablepharon serraticornis is a subspecies of 10689 - Copablepharon longipenne.
  • 10686.1: Copablepharon pictum Fauske & Lafontaine, 2004, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.1: 1-394.
  • 10686.2: Copablepharon nevada Crabo & Lafontaine, 2004, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.1: 1-394.
  • 10686.3: Copablepharon mutans Crabo & Lafontaine, 2004, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.1: 1-394.
  • 10686.4: Copablepharon columbia Crabo & Lafontaine, 2004, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.1: 1-394.
  • 10686.5: Copablepharon alaskensis Crabo & Lafontaine, 2004, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.1: 1-394.
  • 10687: Includes as a subspecies Copablepharon hopfingeri [10688].
  • 10687.1: Copablepharon robertsoni Crabo & Lafontaine, 2004, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.1: 1-394.
  • 10688: Copablepharon hopfingeri is a subspecies of 10687 - Copablepharon viridisparsa.
  • 10689: Includes as a subspecies Copablepharon serraticornis [10685].
  • 10689.1: Copablepharon michiganensis Crabo & Lafontaine, 2004, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.1: 1-394.
  • 10690.1: Copablepharon fuscum Troubridge & Crabo, 1996, n. sp.: Journal of the Entomological Society of British Columbia, 92: 87-90.
  • 10690.2: Copablepharon atrinotum Crabo & Lafontaine, 2004, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.1: 1-394.
  • 10691.1: Copablepharon opleri Lafontaine, 2004, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.1: 1-394.
  • 10692: Formerly placed in the genus Copablepharon.
  • 10692.1: Protogygia pallida Fauske & Lafontaine, 2004, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.1: 1-394.
  • 10693.1: Copablepharon spiritum Crabo & Fauske, 2004, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.1: 1-394.
  • 10693.2: Copablepharon flavum Fauske & Lafontaine, 2004, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.1: 1-394.
  • 10694: Includes as a synonym Eucoptocnemis tripars [10695].
  • 10695: Eucoptocnemis tripars is a synonym of 10694 - Eucoptocnemis fimbriaris.
  • 10696.1: Eucoptocnemis rufula Lafontaine, 2004, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.1: 1-394.
  • 10697: Formerly placed in the genus Manruta.
  • 10698: Includes as a synonym Feltia acarnea [10698]. Formerly placed in the genus Trichosilia.
  • 10698.1: New species description: The Canadian Entomologist, 118: 1079-1113. Formerly placed in the genus Trichosilia.
  • 10698.2: Feltia troubridgei Lafontaine, 2004, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.1: 1-394.
  • 10698.3: New species description: The Canadian Entomologist, 118: 1079-1113. Formerly placed in the genus Trichosilia.
  • 10698.4: New species description: The Canadian Entomologist, 118: 1079-1113. Formerly placed in the genus Trichosilia.
  • 10699: Formerly placed in the genus Proragrotis.
  • 10700: Formerly placed in the genus Proragrotis.
  • 10701: Formerly placed in the genus Mesembragrotis.
  • 10701.1: Dichagyris broui Lafontaine, 2004, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.1: 1-394.
  • 10701.2: Dichagyris reliqua Lafontaine & Schweitzer, 2004, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.1: 1-394.
  • 10706.1: Euxoa hyperborea Lafontaine, 1987, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.2: 1-237.
  • 10709: Includes as a subspecies Euxoa luteosita [10710].
  • 10709.1: Euxoa bivittata Lafontaine, 1987, listed as a synonym of 10709 E. vallus int eh 1983 Hodges Checklist, is raised to full species status, Lafontaine & Schmidt, 2015:143.
  • 10710: Euxoa luteosita is a subspecies of 10709 - Euxoa vallus
  • 10718: Includes as a subspecies Euxoa julia [10719].
  • 10719: Euxoa julia is a subspecies of 10718 - Euxoa lewisi
  • 10722.1: Euxoa leuschneri Lafontaine, 1987, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.2: 1-237.
  • 10729.1: Euxoa hardwicki Lafontaine, 1987, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.2: 1-237.
  • 10730: Euxoa drewseni is a subspecies of the Eurasian 10730 - Euxoa adumbrata.
  • 10731:
  • 10732:
  • 10734: Euxoa condita is a subspecies of 10735 - Euxoa shasta.
  • 10735: Includes as a subspecies Euxoa condita [10734].
  • 10743.1: Euxoa franclemonti Lafontaine, 1987, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.2: 1-237.
  • 10743.2: Euxoa absona Lafontaine, 1987, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.2: 1-237.
  • 10747.1: Euxoa emma L. G. Crabo & A. Crabo, 2007, n. sp.: Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society, 61: 87-89.
  • 10748: Formerly treated as a subspecies, elevated again to full species as its range is now known to overlap that of Euxoa annulipes in southern California.
  • 10754.1:
  • 10765.1: Euxoa baja Lafontaine, 1987, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.2: 1-237.
  • 10776: Includes as a subspecies Euxoa acornis [10777].
  • 10777: Euxoa acornis is a subspecies of 10776 - Euxoa aequalis.
  • 10780: Includes as a synonym Euxoa incallida [10783].
  • 10781.1: Euxoa occidentalis Lafontaine & Byers, 1982, n. sp.: The Canadian Entomologist, 114: 575-589.
  • 10783: Euxoa incallida is a synonym of 10780 - Euxoa comosa.
  • 10784.1: Euxoa guadalupensis Lafontaine & Byers, 1982, n. sp.: The Canadian Entomologist, 114: 575-589.
  • 10786.1: Euxoa faulkneri Mustelin, 2000, n. sp.: Proceedings of the San Diego Society for Natural History, 36: 1-18.
  • 10787: Includes as a synonym Euxoa loya [10787].
  • 10787.1: Elevated from subspecies of 10787 - Euxoa brunneigera.
  • 10794.1: Euxoa pallidimacula Lafontaine, 1987, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.2: 1-237.
  • 10794.2: Euxoa mojave Lafontaine, 1987, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.2: 1-237.
  • 10802: Includes as a subspecies Euxoa wirima [10802].
  • 10805:
  • 10820: Includes as a synonym Euxoa andera [10822].
  • 10820.1: Euxoa subandera Lafontaine, 1987, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.2: 1-237.
  • 10822: Euxoa andera is a synonym of 10820 - Euxoa hollemani.
  • 10823.1: Euxoa coconino Lafontaine, 1987, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.2: 1-237.
  • 10825.1: Euxoa castanea Lafontaine, 1981, n. sp.: Quaetiones Entomologicae 17: 19.
  • 10826.1: Elevated from synonymy of 10826 - Euxoa idahoensis.
  • 10830.1: Euxoa inscripta Lafontaine, 1981, n. sp.: Quaetiones Entomologicae 17: 38.
  • 10844: Euxoa mercedes is a synonym of 10845 - Euxoa difformis.
  • 10845: Includes as a synonym Euxoa mercedes [10844].
  • 10852: Includes as a synonym Euxoa arizonensis [10853].
  • 10853: Euxoa arizonensis is a subspecies of 10852 - Euxoa auripennis.
  • 10857: Includes as a synonym Euxoa cooki [10858].
  • 10858: Euxoa cooki is a synonym of 10857 - Euxoa taura.
  • 10864.1: Elevated from synonymy of 10861 - Euxoa ridingsiana.
  • 10866: Includes as a synonym Euxoa incognita [10866].
  • 10869: Formerly placed in the genus Loxagrotis.
  • 10870: Formerly placed in the genus Loxagrotis.
  • 10870.1: Southwest population previously considered Dichagyris acclivis. Formerly placed in the genus Loxagrotis.
  • 10871: Formerly placed in the genus Loxagrotis.
  • 10872: Formerly placed in the genus Loxagrotis.
  • 10873: Formerly placed in the genus Loxagrotis.
  • 10873.1: Dichagyris arabella is elevated from synonymy of 10873 - Dichagyris salina. Formerly placed in the genus Loxagrotis.
  • 10874: Includes as a synonym Dichagyris pampolycala [10875]. Formerly placed in the genus Loxagrotis.
  • 10875: Dichagyris pampolycala is a synonym of 10874 - Dichagyris socorro. Formerly placed in the genus Loxagrotis.
  • 10876: Dichagyris capnota (misspelled) is a synonym of 10876 - Dichagyris capota. Formerly placed in the genus Loxagrotis.
  • 10876.1: Dichagyris mizteca is now known from Southeast Arizona. Formerly placed in the genus Loxagrotis.
  • 10877: Formerly placed in the genus Loxagrotis.
  • 10878: Formerly placed in the genus Loxagrotis.
  • 10879: Formerly placed in the genus Loxagrotis.
  • 10879.1: Richia herculeana, a wanderer from Mexico to Southeast Arizona (1 specimen). Formerly placed in the genus Loxagrotis.
  • 10880: Formerly placed in the genus Loxagrotis.
  • 10882: Includes as a synonym Richia distichoides [10883].
  • 10883: Richia distichoides is a synonym of 10882 - Richia parentalis.
  • 10884: Formerly placed in the genus Richia.
  • 10885: Includes as a synonym Dichagyris hahama [10885]. Formerly placed in the genus Richia.
  • 10886: Formerly placed in the genus Richia.
  • 10887: Formerly placed in the genus Richia.
  • 10888: Formerly placed in the genus Richia.
  • 10889: Formerly placed in the genus Pseudorthosia.
  • 10890: Formerly placed in the genus Pseudoseptis.
  • 10892.1: Protogygia postera Fauske & Lafontaine, 2004, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.1: 1-394.
  • 10892.2: Protogygia rufescens Fauske & Lafontaine, 2004, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.1: 1-394.
  • 10894: Includes as a synonym Protogygia epipsilioides [10897].
  • 10895:
  • 10896.1: Protogygia pectinata Lafontaine, 2004, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.1: 1-394.
  • 10896.2:
  • 10897: Protogygia epipsilioides is a synonym of 10894 - Protogygia querula.
  • 10900.1: Protogygia arena Troubridge & Lafontaine, 2004, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.1: 1-394.
  • 10900.2: Protogygia alberta Troubridge & Lafontaine, 2004, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.1: 1-394.
  • 10901: Formerly placed in the genus Euagrotis.
  • 10901.1: Anicla sullivani Lafontaine, 2004, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.1: 1-394.
  • 10902: Formerly placed in the genus Euagrotis.
  • 10903: Formerly placed in the genus Euagrotis.
  • 10904: Formerly placed in the genus Euagrotis.
  • 10904.1: Anicla mus Lafontaine, 2004, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.1: 1-394.
  • 10905: Includes as a synonym Anicla bairdii [10906]. Formerly placed in the genus Euagrotis.
  • 10906: Anicla bairdii is a synonym of 10905 - Anicla exuberans. Formerly placed in the genus Euagrotis.
  • 10907: Formerly placed in the genus Euagrotis.
  • 10908: Formerly placed in the genus Euagrotis.
  • 10908.1: Anicla biformata Lafontaine, 2004, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.1: 1-394.
  • 10909: Formerly placed in the genus Euagrotis.
  • 10910: Formerly placed in the genus Euagrotis.
  • 10910.1: Now known from SW to Southern WY and Mexico
  • 10921: Includes as a subspecies Diarsia freemani [10922].
  • 10922: Diarsia freemani is a subspecies of 10921 - Diarsia rosaria.
  • 10923: Formerly placed in the genus Protexarnis.
  • 10925.1: Elevated from subspecies of 10925 - Rhyacia quadrangula.
  • 10926.1: Spaelotis bicava Lafontaine, 1998, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.3: 1-348.
  • 10926.2: Spaelotis unicava Lafontaine, 1998, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.3: 1-348.
  • 10927.1: Spaelotis velicava Lafontaine, 1998, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.3: 1-348.
  • 10927.2: Spaelotis quadricava Lafontaine, 1998, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.3: 1-348.
  • 10928: Includes as a synonym Graphiphora haruspica [10928].
  • 10930: A form that has contrasting markings (Goff photo, Sitka, Alaska) is known from the panhandle of Alaska and adjacent British Columbia and was described by Barnes and Benjamin (1926) as Caradrina astricta elenae. Lafontaine, in his 1998 MONA fascile 27.3, p. 86-87, does not retain subspecies status for this geographical variation.
  • 10932: Richia docilis is a synonym of 10933 - Richia praefixa.
  • 10933: Includes as a synonym Richia docilis [10932].
  • 10934: Includes as a synonym Barrovia fasciata [10934].
  • 10935.1: Parabarrovia omilaki Lafontaine, 1998, n. sp.: The Canadian Entomologist, 120: 507-523.
  • 10935.2: Parabarrovia ogilviensis Lafontaine, 1988, n. sp.: The Canadian Entomologist, 120: 507-523.
  • 10936: Formerly placed in the genus Pachnobia.
  • 10937: Formerly placed in the genus Pachnobia.
  • 10938: Formerly placed in the genus Pachnobia.
  • 10939: Includes as a subspecies Xestia morandi [10940]. Formerly placed in the genus Pachnobia.
  • 10939.1: Reported from Alaska and Yukon. Holarctic.
  • 10940: Xestia morandi is a subspecies of 10939 - Xestia okakensis. Formerly placed in the genus Pachnobia.
  • 10942: Includes as a subspecies Xestia adela [10942].
  • 10942.1: Reported from Texas by Knudson and Bordelon (2004).
  • 10945: Includes as a synonym Xestia trumani [10945].
  • 10948: Formerly placed in the genus Xestia.
  • 10950: Formerly placed in the genus Xestia.
  • 10951: Formerly placed in the genus Xestia.
  • 10952: Formerly placed in the genus Xestia.
  • 10953: Includes as a synonym Pseudohermonassa scaramangoides [10953]. Formerly placed in the genus Xestia.
  • 10954: Includes as a synonym Agnorisma collaris [10954], a homonym. Formerly placed in the genus Xestia.
  • 10955: Includes as a synonym Protolampra hero [11005]. Formerly placed in the genus Xestia.
  • 10956: Formerly placed in the genus Xestia.
  • 10957: Formerly placed in the genus Anomogyna.
  • 10958: Formerly placed in the genus Anomogyna.
  • 10959: Includes as subspecies Xestia apropitia [ 10960] and Xestia aklavikensis [10961]. Formerly placed in the genus Anomogyna.
  • 10959.1: Elevated from a subspecies of 10959 - Xestia speciosa. Formerly placed in the genus Anomogyna.
  • 10960: Xestia apropitia is a subspecies of 10959 - Xestia speciosa. Formerly placed in the genus Anomogyna.
  • 10961: Xestia aklavikensis is a subspecies of 10959 - Xestia speciosa. Formerly placed in the genus Anomogyna.
  • 10962: Formerly placed in the genus Anomogyna.
  • 10963: Includes as a synonym Xestia laetabilis of authors [10963]. Formerly placed in the genus Anomogyna.
  • 10964: Formerly placed in the genus Anomogyna.
  • 10965: Formerly placed in the genus Anomogyna.
  • 10966: Includes as a synonym Xestia mallochi [10966]. Formerly placed in the genus Anomogyna.
  • 10966.1: Elevated from subspecies of 10957 - Xestia atrata. Formerly placed in the genus Anomogyna.
  • 10967: Formerly placed in the genus Anomogyna.
  • 10968: Formerly placed in the genus Anomogyna.
  • 10968.1: Xestia praevia Lafontaine, 1998, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.3: 1-348.
  • 10969: Includes as a synonym Xestia youngii [10970]. Formerly placed in the genus Anomogyna.
  • 10969.1: New species description: Proc. Zool. Inst. Acad. Sci. of the U. S. S. R.., 103: 103-115. Formerly placed in the genus Anomogyna.
  • 10969.2: New species description: Entomologica Scandinavica, 14: 337-369. Formerly placed in the genus Anomogyna.
  • 10970: Xestia youngii is a synonym of 10969 - Xestia dilucida.
  • 10972: Formerly placed in the genus Anomogyna.
  • 10972.1: Xestia finatimis Lafontaine, 1998, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.3: 1-348.
  • 10973: Formerly placed in the genus Anomogyna.
  • 10973.1: Xestia verniloides Lafontaine, 1998, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.3: 1-348.
  • 10974: Setagrotis planifrons is a synonym of 10975 - Setagrotis pallidicollis.
  • 10975: Elevated from synonymy of Setagrotis cinereicollis. Includes as a synonym Setagrotis planifrons [10974].
  • 10975.1: Elevated from former subspecies status under Setagrotis cinereicollis [10975].
  • 10976: Includes as a synonym of Setagrotis radiatus [10976].
  • 10977: Formerly placed in the genus Satagrotis.
  • 10978: Formerly placed in the genus Satagrotis.
  • 10978.1: Elevated from subspecies of 10978 - Tesagrotis piscipellis. Formerly placed in the genus Satagrotis.
  • 10978.2: Elevated from subspecies of 10978 - Tesagrotis piscipellis. Includes as a synonym Tesagrotis fortiter [10979]. Formerly placed in the genus Satagrotis.
  • 10979: Tasagrotis fortiter is a synonym of 10978.2 - Tesagrotis amia.
  • 10980: Formerly placed in the genus Agrotiphila.
  • 10980.1: Xestia inuitica Lafontaine & Hensel, 1998, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.3: 1-348.
  • 10981: Formerly placed in the genus Agrotiphila.
  • 10982: Formerly placed in the genus Agrotiphila.
  • 10983: Formerly placed in the genus Epipsiliamorpha.
  • 10984: Formerly placed in the genus Epipsiliamorpha.
  • 10985: Formerly placed in the genus Archanarta.
  • 10986: Includes as a synonym 10987 - Xestia acraea. Formerly placed in the genus Archanarta.
  • 10986.1: Xestia lyngei is known from Alaska and Yukon. Holarctic.
  • 10986.2: Xestia woodi Lafontaine & Kononenko, 1983, n. sp.: Entomologica Scandinavica, 14: 337-369.
  • 10986.3: Xestia fergusoni Lafontaine, 1983, n. sp.: Entomologica Scandinavica, 14: 337-369.
  • 10987: Xestia acraea is a synonym of 10986 - Xestia bryanti. Formerly placed in the genus Archanarta.
  • 10987.1: Xestia kolymae is known from Yukon.
  • 10988: Coenophila subrosea [10988] is extralimital. Formerly placed in the genus Eugraphe.
  • 10989: Includes as a synonym Adelphagrotis quarta [10990].
  • 10990: Adelphagrotis quarta is a synonym of 10989 - Adelphagrotis stellaris.
  • 10991.1: Known from a few specimens north of San Francisco Bay.
  • 10993.1: Elevated from subspecies of 10993 - Hemipachnobia subporphyrea.
  • 10995: Formerly placed in the genus Metalepsis.
  • 10995.1: Cerastis robertsoni Lafontaine & Crabo, 1997, n. sp.: Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society, 51: 237-248.
  • 10995.2: Cerastis enigmatica Lafontaine & Crabo, 1997, n. sp.: Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society, 51: 237-248.
  • 10995.3: Cerastis gloriosa Crabo & Lafontaine, 1997, n. sp.: Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society, 51: 237-248.
  • 10996: Formerly placed in the genus Metalepsis.
  • 10997: Formerly placed in the genus Metalepsis.
  • 11003.1: Noctua pronuba is an introduced species from Eurasia, widespread coast to coast.
  • 11003.2: Noctua comes is an introduced species (Eurasia, reported from OR-BC, Ottawa area).
  • 11005: Protolampra hero is a synonym of 10955 - Agnorisma badinodis.
  • 11010: Formerly placed in the genus Heptagrotis.
  • 11011: Formerly placed in the genus Hemigraphiphora.
  • 11024: Includes as a synonym Abagrotis crumbi [11031].
  • 11025.1: Abagrotis petalama Lafontaine, 1998, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.3: 1-348.
  • 11027: Includes as a synonym Abagrotis barnesi [11027].
  • 11029.1: Abagrotis mexicana Lafontaine, 1998, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.3: 1-348.
  • 11029.2: Elevated from synonym of 11024 - Abagrotis nefascia.
  • 11030.1: Abagrotis hermina Lafontaine, 1998, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.3: 1-348.
  • 11031: Abagrotis crumbi is a synonym of 11024 - Abagrotis nefascia.
  • 11033: Includes as a synonym Abagrotis tecatensis [11034].
  • 11034: Abagrotis tecatensis is a synonym of 11033 - Abagrotis scopeops.
  • 11042.1: Abagrotis dickeli Lafontaine, 1998, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.3: 1-348.
  • 11043: Formerly placed in the genus Rhynchagrotis.
  • 11043.1: Abagrotis magnicupida Lafontaine, 1998, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.3: 1-348.
  • 11044: Replaces Abagrotis adulta. Formerly placed in the genus Rhynchagrotis.
  • 11044.1: Abagrotis cryptica Lafontaine, 1998, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.3: 1-348.
  • 11045: Formerly placed in the genus Rhynchagrotis.
  • 11046: Formerly placed in the genus Rhynchagrotis.
  • 11047: Formerly misspelled as exertistigma. Formerly placed in the genus Rhynchagrotis.
  • 11047.1: Elevated from synonymy of 11047 - Parabagrotis exertistigma. Formerly placed in the genus Rhynchagrotis.
  • 11047.2: Formerly placed in the genus Rhynchagrotis. Previously listed at 11048.
  • 11047.3: Elevated from synonymy of 11047 - Parabagrotis exertistigma. Formerly placed in the genus Rhynchagrotis.
  • 11048: Includes as a synonym Parabagrotis insularis of authors not (Grote, 1876).
  • 11050.1: Elevated from synonymy of 11049 - Pronoctua typica.
  • 11050.2: Pronoctua craboi Lafontaine, 1998, n. sp.: MONA Fascicle 27.3: 1-348.
  • 11050.3: Isochlora sericea (Lafontaine & Kononenko, 1996), n. sp.: The Canadian Entomologist, 118: 1079-1113.
  • 11051: Includes as a synonym U. electra, previously listed as a ssp. of U. plicatus.
  • 11052: Includes as a synonym Ufeus unicolor [11054].
  • 11052.1: Elevated from western subspecies of 11052 - Ufeus plicatus.
  • 11054: Ufeus unicolor is a synonym of 11052 - Ufeus plicatus.
  • 11056: Includes as a synonym Microhelia restrictalis [11057].
  • 11057: Microhelia restrictalis is a synonym of 11056 - Microhelia angelica.
  • 11058: Includes as synonyms Heliothodes joachin [11059] and Heliothodes fasciatus [11060].
  • 11059: Heliothodes joaquin is a synonym of 11058 - Heliothodes diminutiva.
  • 11060: Heliothodes fasciatus is a synonym of 11058 - Heliothodes diminutiva.
  • 11063: Includes as synonyms Pyrrhia umbra of authors, not (Hufnagel, 1766), and Pyrrhia adela [11063].
  • 11065: Formerly placed in the genus Rhodoecia.
  • 11066: Formerly placed in the Genus Erythroecia.
  • 11067: Formerly placed in the Genus Erythroecia.
  • 11068: Includes as a synonym Helicoverpa stombleri [11069].
  • 11069: Helicoverpa stombleri is a synonym of 11068 - Helicoverpa zea.
  • 11070: Chloridea subflexa (Guenée, 1852) was formerly placed in the genus Heliothis. The new generic combination from Pogue (2013) is followed by Lafontaine & Schmidt (2015), Lafontaine & Schmidt, 2015: 140.
  • 11071: Chloridea virescens (Fabricius, 1777) was formerly placed in the genus Heliothis. The new generic combination from Pogue (2013) is followed by Lafontaine & Schmidt (2015), Lafontaine & Schmidt, 2015: 140.
  • 11072.1: Heliocheilus acesias is elevated from synonymy of - 11072 Heliocheilus phloxiphaga.
  • 11072.2: Heliocheilus australis Hardwick 1994, new species.
  • 11073.1: Heliocheilus lupatus is elevated from synonymy of 11073 - Heliocheilus turbata.
  • 11082: Previously listed under Schinia. Includes as a synonym Protoschinia scutosa [11082].
  • 11083.1: Elevated from a subspecies of 11083 - Schinia villosa.
  • 11083.2: Elevated from a subspecies of 11083 - Schinia villosa.
  • 11084: Schinia triolata is a synonym of 11086 - Schinia graefiana.
  • 11085: Schinia steenensis is a synonym of 11133 - Schinia edwardsii.
  • 11086: Includes as a synonym Schinia triolata [11084].
  • 11088.1: Elevated from subspecies of 11088 - Schinia sueta.
  • 11088.2: Schinia amblys (Dyar, 1913) is now recognized within the North American fauna.
  • 11102.1: Schinia verna Hardwick 1983, new species.
  • 11103.1: Schinia macneilli Hardwick 1996 is nomen nudum, published without a valid description.
  • 11104.1: Schinia subspinosae Hardwick 1996, new species.
  • 11106: Schinia volupia (Fitch, 1868) includes as a synonym 11108 Schinia masoni, Zootaxa. 3716(2): 157-191.
  • 11107.1: Schinia sanrafaeli Opler 2004, new species.
  • 11108: Schinia masoni (Smith, 1896) is a synonym of 11106 Schinia volupia, Zootaxa. 3716(2): 157-191.
  • 11109: Schinia aden is a synonym of 11108 - Schinia masoni.
  • 11111: Schinia approximata is a synonym of 11112 - Schinia sordidus.
  • 11112: Includes as synonyms Schinia approximata [11111], Schnia ar [11114] and Schnia labe [11123].
  • 11114: Schinia ar is a synonym of 11112 - Schinia sordidus.
  • 11115: Includes as a synonym Schinia inclara [11126].
  • 11115.1: Schinia varix Knudson, Bordelon & Pogue, new species. Zootaxa 382: 1-7 (2003). .pdf file.
  • 11116.1: Schinia rufipenna Hardwick 1983, new species.
  • 11118: Includes as a subspecies Schinia tanena [11119].
  • 11119: Schinia tanena is now considered to be a subspecies of 11118 - Schinia obscurata.
  • 11120: Includes as a synonym Schinia concinna [11121].
  • 11121: Schinia concinna is a synonym of 11120 - Schinia parmeliana.
  • 11123: Schinia labe is a synonym of 11112 - Schinia sordidus.
  • 11126: Schinia inclara is a synonym of 11115 - Schinia siren.
  • 11128: Includes as a synonym Schinia limbalis [11129].
  • 11129: Schinia limbalis is a synonym of 11128 - Schinia arcigera.
  • 11132.1: Schinia hardwickorum Opler 2004, new species.
  • 11133: Includes as a synonym Schinia steenensis [11085].
  • 11133.1: Schinia angulilinea Pogue, new species (replaces Schinia arizonensis Hardwick, 1996 nomen nudum): Zootaxa 1283: 25-36 (2006): .pdf file
  • 11134.1: Elevated from synonymy of 11134 - Schinia cupes.
  • 11134.2: Elevated from subspecies of 11134 - Schinia cupes.
  • 11134.4: Kendall H. Osborne, 2010. A new species of Schinia from central California. J. Lepid. Soc. 64(4): 197-202.
  • 11137: Includes as synonyms Schinia dolosa [11138] and Schinia lora [11139].
  • 11138: Schinia dolosa is a synonym of 11137 - Schinia nubila.
  • 11139: Schinia lora is a synonym of 11137 - Schinia nubila.
  • 11142: Schinia bifascia is a synonym of 11147 - Schinia gracilenta.
  • 11143: Schinia sara is a synonym of 11148 - Schinia oleagina.
  • 11144: Schinia baueri is a synonym of 11148 - Schinia oleagina.
  • 11145: Schinia ernesta is a synonym of 11148 - Schinia oleagina.
  • 11147: Includes as a synonym Schinia bifascia [11142].
  • 11148: Includes as synonyms Schinia sara [11143], Schinia baueri [11144] and Schinia ernesta [11145].
  • 11148.2: Schinia erythrias Pogue, new species (replaces Schinia pulchra Hardwick, 1996 nomen nudum): Zootaxa 1283: 25-36 (2006): .pdf file. S. pulchra is extralimital and removed from this plate.
  • 11150.1: Includes as synonyms Schinia separata [11190] and Schnia velutina [11191].
  • 11154: Schinia lanul is a synonym of 11199 - Schinia chrysellus.
  • 11155: Includes as a synonym Schinia pallicincta [11156].
  • 11156: Schinia pallicincta is a synonym of 11155 - Schinia miniana.
  • 11157.1: Schinia maculata Pogue 2004, new species.
  • 11158: Reported as Schinia espea, re-identified as a mislabelled synonym of the South American species Heliothis molochitina.
  • 11163: Schinia lynda Troubridge 2002, new species.
  • 11165: Schinia neglecta is a synonym of 11183 - Schinia diffusa.
  • 11166.1: Schinia regina Pogue & Harp, new species: J. Lepid. Soc. 57(3), 2003, 197-203.
  • 11171: Schinia gloriosa is a synonym of 11173 - Schinia sanguinea.
  • 11172: Schinia terrifica is a synonym of 11173 - Schinia sanguinea.
  • 11173: Includes as synonyms Schinia gloriosa [11171] and Schinia terrifica [11172].
  • 11173.1: Schinia carmosina is elevated from synonymy of 11173 Schinia sanguinea.
  • 11174:
  • 11181.1: Schinia ferrisi Pogue & Harp, new species: Zootaxa 473: 1-32 (2004). pdf file.
  • 11182.1: Elevated from a subspecies of 11181 - Schinia albafascia.
  • 11183: Includes as a synonym Schinia neglecta [11165].
  • 11184: Includes as synonyms Schinia balba [11186] and Schinia brucei [11186a].
  • 11186: Schinia balba is a synonym of 11184 - Schinia walsinghami.
  • 11187: Includes as a synonym Schinia alensa [11189].
  • 11188.1: Schinia maculata Pogue, new species (replaces Schinia blanca Hardwick, 1996 nomen nudum): Zootaxa 1283: 25-36 (2006): .pdf file
  • 11189: Schinia alensa is a synonym of 11187 - Schinia coercita.
  • 11190: Schinia separata is a synonym of 11150.1 Schinia acutilinea.
  • 11191: Schinia velutina is a synonym of 11150.1 Schinia acutilinea.
  • 11193: Includes as a synonym Schinia tenuescens [11194].
  • 11194: Schinia tenuescens is a synonym of 11193 - Schinia hulstia.
  • 11199: Includes as a synonym Schinia lanul [11154].
  • 11199.1: Schinia chryselloides Pogue & Harp, new species: Zootaxa 898: 1-35 (2005). .pdf file
  • 11200.1: Schinia rufocostulata Pogue & Harp, new species: Zootaxa 898: 1-35 (2005). .pdf file
  • 11201: Schinia bimatris (Harvey, 1875), Bull. Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., 3: 10.
  • 11205: Thyreion rosea is a synonym of 11206 - Schinia snowi.
  • 11206: Includes as a synonym Thyreion snowii [11206].
  • 11210: Includes as a synonym Heliolonche cresina [11211].
  • 11210.1: Heliolonche joaquinensis Hardwick 1996: see Michael J. Pogue's: Nomenclatural validation of three North American species of Heliothinae (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) and the adult description of Heliolonche joaquinensis Hardwick: Zootaxa 1283: 25-36 (2006). pdf file.
  • 11211: Heliolonche cresina is a synonym of 11210 - Heliolonche pictipennis.
  • 11233: Neogrotella mcdunnoughi Barnes & Benjamin, 1922 corrects spelling of macdunnoughi in the 1983 Hodges Checklist.
  • 19025:
  • 19055:
  • 19060:
  • 19070:
  • 19090:
  • 19100:
  • 19114:
  • 19115:
  • 19130:
  • 19145:
  • 19220:
  • 19223:
  • 19225:
  • 19240:
  • 19250:
  • 19265:
  • 19270:
  • 19278:
  • 19280:
  • 19288:
  • 19298:
  • 19301:
  • 19302:
  • 19306:
  • 19308:
  • 19310:
  • 19340:
  • 19355:
  • 19362:
  • 19370:
  • 19385:
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  • 19430:
  • 19445:
  • 19458:
  • 19461: Three subspecies of L. dispar are recognized due to their economic importance (1), these include L. d. dispar, L. d. asiatica Vnukovskij, and L. d. japonica (Motschulsky).
  • 19475:
  • 19490:
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  • 19520:
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  • 19559:
  • 19580: Busck (1917) wrote an extensive account of the life history of this moth see [pdf] for more information.
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  • 19640:
  • 19655:
  • 19680:
  • 19685:
  • 19689:
  • 19700:
  • 19715:


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