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Database


 

Taxonomy

Accepted name

Abrostola tripartita (Hufnagel 1766)

Taxonomic rank

Species

Taxonomic status

valid

Taxonomic comment

Taxonomic identifier

urn:lsid:faunaeur.org:taxname:449518


Nomenclature and Synonyms

Genus group name(s)

Taxonomic comment

Abrostola Ochsenheimer 1816 [genus]

no synonyms present in the database for this taxon

Species group name(s)

Original genus

Taxonomic comment

tripartita Hufnagel 1766 [species]

Phalaena

= triplasia auct.

(Mikkola, K. & Honey, M. R. 1993)


Taxonomic Hierarchy

Rank

Name

Kingdom

Animalia

Subkingdom

Eumetazoa

Phylum

Arthropoda

Subphylum

Hexapoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Lepidoptera

Superfamily

Noctuoidea

Family

Noctuidae

Subfamily

Plusiinae

Tribe

Abrostolini

Genus

Abrostola

Species

tripartita



Distribution

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Experts

Name

Fauna Europaea status

Karsholt, Dr Ole & van Nieukerken, Dr Erik J.

group coordinator

Fibiger, Mr Michael & Skule, Mr Bjarne

taxonomic specialist

Corley, Martin

associate specialist

de Prins, Willy

associate specialist

Huemer, Dr Peter

associate specialist

Jensen, Jens-Kjeld

associate specialist

Kullberg, Jaakko

associate specialist

Olafsson, Erling

associate specialist

Przybylowicz, Dr. Lukasz

associate specialist

Ronkay, Laszlo

associate specialist

Sammut, Paul M.

associate specialist

Tokar, Zdenko

associate specialist


References

Accepted name:

Abrostola tripartita (Hufnagel 1766)

no references present in the database for this name

Species synonyms:

= triplasia auct.

Author

Year

Title

Source

Mikkola, K. & Honey, M. R.

1993

The Noctuoidea (Lepidoptera) described by Linnaeus.

Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society of London 108: 103-169.




 

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