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Lepidoptera > Pyraloidea > Crambidae > Spilomelinae > Margaroniini > Synclera

Synclera traducalis (Zeller, 1852)

Indian and global distribution:
records (based on images):
Sexual, seasonal & individual variation:
Status, Habitat and Habits:
Adult moth observations that have been databased:
Andhra Pradesh
Madhya Pradesh
Tamil Nadu
West Bengal
All states
Similiar species:
Synclera Lederer, 1863 species known from the Indian subcontinent (Nuss et al. 2022).
Synclera danalis Hampson, 1893. Sri Lanka (TL). 
Synclera himachalensis Pajni & Rose, 1978. India: Himachal Pradesh (TL). 
Synclera nigropenultimalis Kirti, 1993. India: Arunachal Pradesh (Tirap, Deomali: TL). 
Synclera rotundalis Hampson, 1893. Sri Lanka (TL). 
Synclera stramineatis Kirti, 1993. India: Arunachal Pradesh (Tirap, Deomali:TL). 
Synclera subtessellalis (Walker, 1866). India: West Bengal (Darjeeling: TL). 
Synclera tibialis Moore, 1888. India: West Bengal (Darjeeling: TL). 
Synclera traducalis (Zeller, 1852). As Glyphodes univocalis Walker, 1859 and Synclera univocalis Walker, 1859, is a junior synonym from Sri Lanka). 

  1. OD: Eudioptis traducalis Zeller, 1852. K. VetenskAkad. Handl. 1852: 54.
  2. Hampson, G. F. 1896. The Fauna of British India including Ceylon and Burma. Moths, Vol.4. Taylor & Francis, London. Pyralidae 594 p - 287 figs. Pg 272, # 4809 as Pagyda traducalis. 
Note: Synclera univocalis Walker, 1859, is treated as a junior synonym from Sri Lanka (Nuss et al. 2022) and Synclera univocalis Walker, 1859 species page unpublished. 


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Anonymous. 2022. Synclera traducalis (Zeller, 1852). 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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