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Lepidoptera > Geometroidea > Geometridae > Ennominae > Ennominae incertae sedis > Xenoplia

Xenoplia maculata (Moore, [1868])

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Arunachal Pradesh
All states
Similiar species:
List of Xenochroa Felder, 1874 species known from India.
Xenochroa careoides (Warren, 1912) (Aiteta). India (Andaman and Nicobar Island).
Xenochroa chlorostigma (Hampson, 1893) (Dabarita). India (Sikkim, Kerala, Manipur, Meghalaya); Sri Lanka.
Xenochroa costiplaga (Swinhoe, 1893) (Carea). India (Assam, Andaman and Nicobar Island).
Xenochroa diagona (Hampson, 1912) (Carea). India (N.E. Himalaya); Bhutan.
Xenochroa dohora Kobes, 1997. India (Assam).
Xenochroa purpurea (Hampson, 1891). (Carea). India (Sikkim, Nilgiris, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Meghalaya, S. India, N.E. Himalaya); Sri Lanka; Bhutan.
Xenochroa trilineata (Warren, 1912). (Carea). India (N.E. Himalaya, Meghalaya); Myanmar.
Xenochroa xanthia (Hampson, 1902). (Carea). India (Sikkim, West Bengal, N.E. Himalaya).Carea nebulifera Warren, 1912
  1. Hampson, G. 1895. The Fauna of British India including Ceylon and Burma. Moths, Vol.3. Taylor & Francis, London. Noctuidae (cont.) to Geometridae, # 3545 pg 307
  2. Haruta, T. (Ed.). 1992-2000. Moths of Nepal. The Japan Heterocerists’ Society, Tokyo pl 8/24.
  3. Ratnasingham, S. & Hebert, P. D. N. 2007. BOLD: The Barcode of Life Data System (website). [accessed 29 June  2016]

Lepidoptera > Geometroidea > Geometridae > Ennominae > Ennominae incertae sedis > Xenoplia

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Anonymous. 2022. Xenoplia maculata (Moore, [1868]). In Sondhi, S., Y. Sondhi, P. Roy and K. Kunte (Chief Editors). Moths of India, v. 3.30. Indian Foundation for Butterflies.
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