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Lepidoptera > Noctuoidea > Noctuidae > Eustrotiinae > Ozarba

Ozarba bipars Hampson, 1891

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Similiar species:
Ozarba Walker, 1865 species known from the Indian subcontinent
Ozarba albimarginata (Hampson, 1895). Gujarat.
Ozarba badia (Swinhoe, 1886). Madhya Pradesh. 
Ozarba bipars Hampson, 1891. Tamil Nadu. 
Ozarba delogramma Warren, 1913. Khasi Hills, Meghalaya. 
Ozarba excisa Hampson, 1891. Tamil Nadu. 
Ozarba glaucescens Hampson, 1910. Andhra Pradesh. 
Ozarba hemiphaea (Hampson, 1907). Andhra Pradesh; Sri Lanka. 
Ozarba honesta (Walker, 1865). S. India. 
Ozarba hypenoides (Butler, 1889). Himachal Pradesh, Sikkim. 
Ozarba illosis (Hampson, 1907). Sri Lanka. 
Ozarba incondita Butler, 1889. Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand; Nepal. 
Ozarba itwarra Swinhoe, 1885. Maharashtra. 
Ozarba lamina (Swinhoe, 1901). Myanmar. 
Ozarba limitata Berio, 1940. Sikkim. 
Ozarba mallarba Swinhoe, 1885. Maharashtra, Punjab. 
Ozarba metallica (Hampson, 1896). Sri Lanka.
Ozarba molybdota Hampson, 1910. Sri Lanka.
Ozarba pallida Hampson, 1910. Gujarat. 
Ozarba phlebitis Hampson, 1910. Uttar Pradesh. 
Ozarba punctigera Walker, 1865. Nepal.
Ozarba rectifascia (Hampson, 1894). Maharashtra.
Ozarba rectificata Berio, 1950. Madhya Pradesh.
Ozarba reducta Berio, 1940. Karnataka.
Ozarba rufula Hampson, 1910. Gujarat.
Ozarba semirubra Hampson, 1910. Tamil Nadu. 
Ozarba subdentula Hampson, 1910. Sri Lanka.
Ozarba transversa (Moore, [1884]). Sri Lanka.
Ozarba uberosa (Swinhoe, 1885). Maharashtra.
Ozarba umbrifera Hampson, 1910. Gujarat.
Ozarba venata Butler, 1889. Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Kashmir.
  1. Ozarba bipars Hampson, 1891. Illustrations of typical specimens of Lepidoptera Heterocera in the collection of the British Museum. Pg. 13, 75-76, pl. 145, f. 2; TL: [Tamil Nadu] Nilgiri District.
  2. Hampson, G. F. 1894. The Fauna of British India including Ceylon and Burma. Moths, Vol. 2. Taylor & Francis, London. Arctiidae, Agrostidae, Noctuidae 609 p - 325 figs. pg. 329, # 2082.
  3. Kononenko, V. S. & A. Pinratana. 2013. Moths of Thailand, Volume 3: Noctuoidea Part 2: Addendum to Vol. 3, Part 1, Families Erebidae, Nolidae, Euteliidae, Noctuidae and Checklist. Brothers of St. Gabriel in Thailand, Bangkok. 625 pp. + 55 pls. Pl. 36/7-8. 
 Note: Ozarba punctigera Walker, 1865 is a similar species. However, Ozarba bipars Hampson, 1891 has slightly sinuous postmedial lines, that are narrower than in punctigera. However, the species identity as Ozarba bipars Hampson, 1891 is provisional on account of scanty descriptions in literature. 

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Anonymous. 2022. Ozarba bipars Hampson, 1891. 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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