Noctuoidea


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Noctuoidea

[‚näk·tü′ȯid·ē·ə]
(invertebrate zoology)
A large superfamily of lepidopteran insects in the suborder Heteroneura; most are moderately large moths with reduced maxillary palpi.
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(2014) Neotropical species of Meteorus Haliday (Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Meteorinae) parasitizing Arctiinae (Lepidoptera: Noctuoidea: Erebidae).
The bibliographic records indicate the occurrence of at least 69 species of Lepidoptera representatives of Tortricoidea, Pyraloidea (Table 1), Bombycoidea, Hesperioidea, Geometroidea (Table 2), and Noctuoidea (Table 3), whose larvae have been found feeding on soybean.
Values of richness (S) and abundance (N) of species, Shannon diversity index (H') * and Brillouin (H) *, Shannon uniformity indexes (E') and Brillouin (E) and dominance of Berger-Parker (BP) for Noctuidae (Lepidoptera, Noctuoidea) caught by a light trap in a pasture in Altamira, eastern Amazon, state of Para, Brazil, from August/2007 to July/2008 .
Today, the wasp moths are included in the Noctuoidea: Erebidae: Arctiinae: Arctiini and have been divided into 2 subtribes Ctenuchina y Euchromiina (Lafontaine & Fibiger 2006; Lafontaine & Schmidt 2010; Zahiri et al.
Johnson, "The evolution of androconia in mimetic tiger moths (noctuoidea: Erebidae: Arctiinae: Ctenuchina and euchromiina)," Annals of the Entomological Society of America, vol.
(2006): Evolution of hearing in moths: the ears of Oenosandra boisduvalii (Noctuoidea: Oenosandridae).
Lymantriinae and Arctiinae, including phylogeny and check list of the quadrifid Noctuoidea of Europe.
Lasiocampidae Dendrolimus punctatus Noctuoidea Arctiidae Hyphantria cunea Euproctis chrysorrhoea Lymantriidae E.
Listado Preliminar de los Ctenuchinae (Insecta: Lepidoptera: Noctuoidea: Arctiidae) de Nicaragua.
Although pteridophagy, or fern-feeding, is considered uncommon among Lepidoptera, there are examples of fern-feeders throughout the most diverse superfamilies of Ditrysia, the Noctuoidea, Geometroidea, and Pyraloidea, and also in primitive moth groups such as Tineoidea and Gelechioidea (e.g.