revision of the Halysidota tessellaris species-group (Halysidota sensu stricto) Lepidoptera: Arctiidae).

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Abstract. Volume: 40Start Page: 1End Page: 6 Publisher: London:The Museum, Year: OAI identifier: Author: A Watson. A revision of the Halysidota tessellaris species-group Arctiidar sensu stricto Lepidoptera: Ovos de Mallocephala deserticola Berg, Lepidoptera: Arctiid moth ensembles along a successional gradient in the Ecuadorian montane rain forest zone.

A common caterpillar in some areas of the US is the Banded Tussock Moth – Halysidota tessellaris. It is primarily found in the eastern half of the United States.

The southern tip of Texas and Florida have fewer sightings of these interesting moths. Caterpillar color varies from brown to yellow to gray.

Tufts of white. Halysidota pearsoni had an oviposition period of 3. Insecta, biology, Morus alba. Services on Demand Journal. Bulletin of the British Museum Natural Historyv. Richness of tiger moths Lepidoptera: A revision of the Halysidota tessellaris species-group Halysidota sensu stricto Lepidoptera.

Halysidota tessellaris, also called the pale tiger moth, banded tussock moth, and tessellated halisidota, is in the family Erebidae and the tribe Arctiini, the tiger moths.

The species was first described by James Edward Smith in Like many related species, it has chemical defenses it acquires from its host plants, in this case, alkaloids, at least in adults. Larval behaviors suggest that Family: Erebidae. PDF | A new species and subspecies of the genus Halysidota are described from Mexico and Guadeloupe respectively: Halysidota witti sp.

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Hist. (Ent.) 40 (1): Watson & Goodger, Catalogue of the Neotropical Tigermoths Occ. papers on syst. entomology 1: Banded Tussock Moth or Pale Tiger Moth Halysidota tessellaris (J.E.

Smith, ). A revision of the Halysidota tessellaris species-group (Halysidota sensu stricto) (Lepidoptera: Arctiidae). Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History). Entomology, v, n.1, p, Specimen Records: Public Records: Specimens with Sequences: Public Species: 1: Specimens with Barcodes: Public BINs: 1: Species: 1 Species With.

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A revision of the Halysidota tessellaris species-group (Halysidota sensu stricto) (Lepidoptera: Arctiidae) Matching comments ranked in order of relevance: Banded Tussock Moth maybe.

Halysidota tessellaris, also called the banded tussock moth, tessellated halisidota, and pale tiger moth, is in Erebidae. Like many related species, it has chemical defenses it acquires from its host plants, in this case, alkaloids (Weller et al.,Hristov and Conner ), at least in adults.

Larval brazen behaviours suggest that they are chemically protected; they have not been analyzed. WATSON, A. A revision of the Halysidota tessellaris species-group (Halysidota sensu stricto) (Lepidoptera: Arctiidae).

Bull. Brit. Mus. (Nat. Hist.) Ent. Received for publication 1 February ; revised and accepted 5 July   A revision of the Halysidota tessellaris species-group (Halysidota sensu stricto) Lepidoptera: Arctiidae) by Allan Watson 2 editions - first published in A Revision of the Species of Cisthene Known to Occur North of the Mexican Border (Lepidoptera: Arctiidae: Lithosiinae) Natural history of Gnophaela latipennis (Boisduval) (Arctiidae: Pericopinae) in northern California A revision of the Halysidota tessellaris species-group (Halysidota sensu stricto) (Lepidoptera: Arctiidae).

Descriptions of a new species and subspecies of Halysidota Hübner, [] from Mexico (Lepidoptera: Erebidae: Arctiinae) Journal of Insect Biodiversity 5(20): 1– full article (PDF). Reference page. Halysidota is a genus of moths in the family genus was erected by Jacob Hübner in Species.

Halysidota ata Watson, ; Halysidota atra Druce, ; Halysidota baritioides Rothschild, ; Halysidota brasiliensis Rothschild, ; Halysidota cinctipes Grote, – Florida tussock moth; Halysidota conflua Watson, ; Halysidota davisii H. Edwards, – Davis Class: Insecta.

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Banded Tussock Moth is common and attractively patterned medium-sized moth. It is supposed to be indistiguishable from the Sycamore Tussock Moth (Halysidota harrisii) without dissection, but since there were no sycamores (Platanus occidentalis) in the vicinity of these photos, these are most likely Halysidota illars of Halysidota tessellaris feed on various trees, including.

This bibliography began in as an addendum to the first issue of the newsletter The Tachinid subsequent issue of the yearly newsletter has carried a bibliographic section covering literature published since the last newsletter, plus post literature overlooked in.

Moth Books. Concise Guide to the Moths of Great Britain Martin Townsend and Paul Waring (Illustrated by Richard Lewington) British Pyralid Moths Barry Goater (Illustrated by Geoffrey Senior and Robert Dyke) Moths of Europe Volume 2 Patrice Leraut; Moths of Europe Volume 1 Patrice Leraut; Britain's Day-flying Moths David Newland, Robert Still.

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Belle, J. A revision of the South America specien s of. Aphylla. Selys, (Odonata: Gomphidae). Zool. Med. Leiden 66 (12), vii.

figs. — ISSN Key words: Aphylla; Gomphidae; revision; South America. A revision is given of th 1e6 recognized South American specie s of the New World genus. Aphylla. Selys. Three. Rationale. The role of the immune response to caterpillar exposure is not well described.

This case study is the first to report a patient who presented with an allergic reaction after exposure to the larvae of the sycamore tussock moth, Halysidota harrisii Walsh, Cited by: 3.Media in category "Halysidota tessellaris" The following 19 files are in this category, out of 19 total.

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