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Noctuidae
933395.0010805Euxoa tessellata (Harris, 1841) – Tessellate Dart
Distribution Data for Euxoa tessellata
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Distribution: Suggested by Heppner as a species straying into, but not breeding in, Florida.
Similar Species:
  • Pinned specimens of related species. (Hint: select View by Region on the related species page.)
Synonymy: • Agrotis tessellata Harris, 1841
• Carneades acutifrons Smith, 1900
• Carneades atrofusca Smith, 1900
• Agrotis atropurpurea Grote, 1877
• Carneades caesius Smith, 1900
• Carneades cariosus Smith, 1900
• Arotis finis Smith, 1888
• Carneades flaviscapula Smith, 1900
• Carneades focinus Smith, 1903
• Agrotis insignata Walker, 1857
• Mamestra insulsa Walker, 1856
• Carneades laminis Smith, 1900
• Agrotis maizi Fitch, 1864
• Euxoa marinensis McDunnough, 1941
• Carneades neotelis Smith, 1900
• Carneades noctuiformis Smith, 1900
• Carneades nordica Smith, 1900
• Carneades objurgata Smith, 1900
• Agrotis perlentans Walker, 1857
• Agrotis remota Smith, 1890
• Agrotis tesselloides Grote, 1882
References
  • Barcode of Life (BOLD) - Caution: Some specimens shown may not be sequenced. DNA barcode provides evidence of relatedness not proof of identification.
  • Lafontaine, J. D., 1987. Moths of America North of Mexico, Fascicle 27.2: p. 87; pl. 4.17-28. order
  • Species Page at BugGuide.Net
  • Species Page at Pacific Northwest Moths
Euxoa tessellata
İ Nolie Schneider
Euxoa tessellata
İ Hugh McGuinness
Euxoa tessellata
İ Hugh McGuinness
Euxoa tessellata
İ Robin McLeod
Euxoa tessellata
İ John Davis
Euxoa tessellata
LG – İ Jim Troubridge
Euxoa tessellata
LG – İ Jim Troubridge
Euxoa tessellata
LG – İ Jim Troubridge
Euxoa tessellata
33mm – İ Jim Vargo
Euxoa tessellata
32mm – İ Jim Vargo
Euxoa tessellata
33mm – İ Jim Vargo
Euxoa tessellata
38mm – İ Jim Vargo

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