A REVIEW OF THE BARSINE PHAEODONTA (HAMPSON, 1911) SPECIES-GROUP, WITH DESCRIPTIONS OF FOUR NEW SPECIES FROM INDOCHINA AND INDIA (LEPIDOPTERA, EREBIDAE, ARCTIINAE)

Anton V. Volynkin, Karel Černý

Abstract


The Barsine phaeodonta species-group is reviewed. The new combination is established: Barsine phaeodonta (Hampson, 1911), comb. nov. Four new species are described: Barsine joshii, sp. nov. (South and North East India), Barsine meyi, sp. nov. (North West Myanmar), Barsine mophi, sp. nov. (North Laos) and Barsine arrigera, sp. nov. (Central Myanmar and North Thailand). Adults, male and female genitalia of all species are illustrated.

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