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932342 – 9383.1   Apamea bernardino Mikkola & Mustelin, 2001
Distribution Data for Apamea bernardino
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Distribution: Holotype: California, San Bernardino County, Barton Flats, San Bernardino Mtns.
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Synonymy: Apamea bernardino Mikkola & Mustelin, 2001
Taxonomic Notes: Apamea bernardino Mikkola & Mustelin, 2000, n. sp.: Proc. San Diego Soc. Nat. Hist., 36: 5.
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  • Mikkola, K., J. D. Lafontaine & J. D. Gill, 2009. Moths of America North of Mexico, Fascicle 26.9: p. 80; pl. 6.5-6. order or free PDF
  • Mustelin, T., R. Leuschner, K. Mikkola & D.J. Lafontaine, 2000. Two New Genera And Thirteen New Species Of Owlet Moths (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae), Mainly From Southern California. Proceedings of the San Diego Society of Natural History, 36: 5.
Apamea bernardino
40mm - Type - LG – Canadian Nat'l. Coll.
Apamea bernardino
43mm - LG – Canadian Nat'l. Coll.

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