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Lepidoptera > Pyraloidea > Crambidae > Spilomelinae > Agroterini > Patania

Patania costalis (Moore, 1888)

Indian and global distribution:
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Arunachal Pradesh
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Similiar species:
Patania Moore, 1888 species from the Indian subcontinent
Patania balteata (Fabricius, 1798). India; Nepal; Sri Lanka; Myanmar.
Patania caletoralis (Walker, 1859). N. India. 
Patania characteristica (Warren, 1896). Khasi Hills, Meghalaya. 
Patania concatenalis (Walker, [1866]). Darjeeling, West Bengal.
Patania costalis (Moore, 1888). Darjeeling, West Bengal.
Patania deficiens (Moore, [1886]). S. India; Sri Lanka. 
Patania flavispila (Swinhoe, 1894). Cherrapunji, Meghalaya.
Patania fraterna (Moore, [1886]). Sri Lanka.
Patania imbecilis (Moore, 1888). Darjeeling, West Bengal.
Patania iopasalis (Walker, 1859). India. 
Patania jatingaensis (Rose & Singh, 1989). Khasi Hills, Meghalaya.
Patania menoni (Kirti & Gill, 2007). Arunachal Pradesh.
Patania mysisalis (Walker, 1859). India?
Patania obfuscalis Yamanaka, 1998. Nepal; Arunachal Pradesh. 
Patania palliventralis (Snellen, 1890). Sikkim. 
Patania plagiatalis (Walker, 1859). Sri Lanka.
Patania sabinusalis (Walker, 1859). India?
Patania scinisalis (Walker, 1859). Himalayas. 
Patania ultimalis (Walker, 1859). Sri Lanka; Myanmar.
Patania verecunda (Warren, 1896). Khasi Hills, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh.
References:
  1. Botyodes costalis Moore, 1888. Descriptions of new Indian lepidopterous insects from the collection of the late Mr. W.S. Atkinson. Pg. 221; TL: Darjeeling, West Bengal. Text at https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/26805#page/239/mode/1up  
  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. 331, # 4963. As Sylepta costalis
  3. Kirti, J.S. and Gill, N.S., 2007. Revival of genus Patania Moore and reporting of a new species menoni (Pyraustinae: Pyralidae: Lepidoptera). Journal of Entomological Research, 31(3), pp.265-275.
  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 22 is incorrectly mentioned as Patania scinisalis but should be Patania costalis.
  5. http://dearlep.tw/species.html?namecode=344322 
  6. https://www.inaturalist.org/photos/101466607

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Anonymous. 2021. Patania costalis (Moore, 1888). In Sondhi, S., Y. Sondhi, P. Roy and K. Kunte (Chief Editors). Moths of India, v. 2.61. Indian Foundation for Butterflies. http://www.mothsofindia.org/sp/358091/Patania-costalis
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