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Published: 2018-09-27

A new species of genus Neoaloa Singh & Kirti, 2015 from Bihar, India (Lepidoptera: Erebidae: Arctiinae: Arctiini)

Zoological Survey of India, New Alipore, Kolkata, 700053, West Bengal, India.
Zoological Survey of India, GPRC, Sector-8, Bahadurpur Housing Colony,Patna-800026, Bihar, India.
Zoological Survey of India, GPRC, Sector-8, Bahadurpur Housing Colony,Patna-800026, Bihar, India.
Lepidoptera N. cernyi sp. nov. Gular-Ghat Valmiki Tiger Reserve Aloa collaris comb. rev.

Abstract

A new species, Neoaloa cernyi Singh & Joshi, sp. nov. is described from Gular-Ghat of Valmiki Tiger Reserve, Bihar, India. Additionally, the original combination of Aloa collaris Hampson, 1891, comb. rev. is restored.

 

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