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Lepidoptera > Noctuoidea > Notodontidae > Notodontinae > Notodontinae incertae sedis > Disparia

Disparia maculata (Moore, 1879)

Indian and global distribution:
records (based on images):
Sexual, seasonal & individual variation:
Status, Habitat and Habits:
Adult moth observations that have been databased:
Arunachal Pradesh
All states
Similiar species:
List of Disparia Nagano, 1916 known from India.
Disparia dentilinea (Hampson, 1891), India (Tamil Nadu); Sri Lanka.
Disparia diluta diluta (Hampson, 1910), India (NW India, Assam, Meghalaya); Myanmar; Nepal.
  1. Heterocampa maculata Moore, 1879. Descr. Indian lep. Atkinson (1): 60; TL: Darjeeling. Text at
  2. Haruta, T. (Ed.). 1992. Moths of Nepal. Part 1. TINEA. Vol. 13 (Supplement 2). The Japan Heterocerists’ Society, Tokyo.Pl. 28/10.
  3. Wu, Shipher, 2015, Elucidating taxonomic problems of the genus Disparia Nagano, 1916 of Taiwan and its neighboring areas, with description of one new species (Lepidoptera, Notodontidae), Zootaxa 3918 (2), pp. 209-223.
  4. Sondhi, S. Karmakar, T., Sondhi, Y. & K. Kunte. 2021. Moths of Tale Wildlife Sanctuary, Arunachal Pradesh, India with seventeen additions to the moth fauna of India (Lepidoptera: Heterocera). Tropical Lepidoptera Research 31(Supplement 2): 1-53. DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.5062572. Image 110 as Polystictina maculata
  5. [accessed 16 April 2021]

Schintlmeister (2013) treated this genus as Polystictina but Kobayashi & Nonaka (2016) contradict this treatment reinstating Disparia.



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Anonymous. 2022. Disparia maculata (Moore, 1879) . 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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