DISTRIBUTIONAL NOTES OF ARSENURINAE INCLUDING THE FIRST RECORD OF ARSENURA SYLLA NIEPELTI IN ECUADOR (LEPIDOPTERA, SATURNIIDAE)

  • Horst Käch Pichincha, Ecuador.
  • Luigi Racheli | luigi.gi.racheli@alice.it Research Associate, Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde, Stuttgart, Germany.

Abstract

Some noteworthy records for six species of Arsenurinae in Ecuador are given. Arsenura sylla niepelti (Schüssler, 1936) is reported for the first time for Ecuador while Paradaemonia platydesmia (Rothschild, 1907) is recorded for the first time for western Ecuador.

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2007-10-31
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KächH., & Racheli, L. (2007). DISTRIBUTIONAL NOTES OF ARSENURINAE INCLUDING THE FIRST RECORD OF ARSENURA SYLLA NIEPELTI IN ECUADOR (LEPIDOPTERA, SATURNIIDAE). Fragmenta Entomologica, 39(2), 311-315. https://doi.org/10.4081/fe.2007.127