Dataset: CASC-INV
Taxa: Thyrididae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Entomology Inventory


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Sijua parvula Whalley, 1971
   
Ivory Coast

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Dysodia fumida Whalley, 1968
   
Tanzania

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Thyris fenestrella ussuriensis Zagulajev, 1985
   
China, Heilongjiang

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Thyris usitata Butler, 1879
   
Japan

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Dysodia spp. Clemens, 1860
   
South Africa

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Draconia mirabilis (Pagenstecher, 1862)
   
Peru

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Glanycus tricolor Moore, 1879
   
India

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Herdonia osacesalis Walker, 1859
   
China, Jiangsu

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Thyrididae undet.
   
Cameroon

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Dysodia spp. Clemens, 1860
   
Colombia

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Thyrididae undet.
   
Malaysia, Sarawak, Sabah

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Thyrididae undet.
   
Panama

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Thyrididae undet.
   
Papua New Guinea

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Thyrididae undet.
   
Philippines

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Thyrididae undet.
   
Solomon Islands

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Thyrididae undet.
   
DR Congo

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Thyris fenestrella fenestrella (Scopoli, 1763)
   
Switzerland

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Arniocera elegans Weymer, 1903
   
Kenya

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Arniocera elegans Weymer, 1903
   
Tanzania

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Arniocera auriguttata Höpffer, 1857
   
Tanzania

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Arniocera poecila Jordan, 1907
   
Kenya

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Arniocera sternecki Rogenhofer, 1891
   
Kenya

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Arniocera zambesina Walker, 1866
   
Zambia

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Netrocera basalis Jordan, 1907
   
Kenya

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Netrocera basalis Jordan, 1907
   
Malawi

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Marmax biincisa (Strand, 1914)
   
Cameroon

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Marmax hypparchus (Cramer, 1779)
   
Cameroon

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Marmax hypparchus (Cramer, 1779)
   
DR Congo

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Marmax semiaurata (Walker, 1854)
   
Cameroon

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Marmax smaragdina (Butler, 1888)
   
Kenya

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Marmax vicaria (Walker, 1854)
   
Cameroon

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Marmax vicaria (Walker, 1854)
   
DR Congo

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Marmax spp.
   
South Africa

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Aglaopus pyrrhata (Walker, 1866)
   
Australia

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Thyris maculata Harris, 1839
   
USA, Massachusetts

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Pseudothyris sepulchralis (Guérin-Méneville, 1832)
   
USA, Alabama

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Pseudothyris sepulchralis (Guérin-Méneville, 1832)
   
USA, Massachusetts

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Pseudothyris sepulchralis (Guérin-Méneville, 1832)
   
USA, Missouri

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Pseudothyris sepulchralis (Guérin-Méneville, 1832)
   
USA, North Carolina

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Pseudothyris sepulchralis (Guérin-Méneville, 1832)
   
Unknown (NA), no locality label, but almost certainly from the USA

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Dysodia granulata (Neumoegen, 1883)
   
USA, Arizona

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Dysodia oculatana Clemens, 1860
   
USA, Pennsylvania

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Dysodia granulata (Neumoegen, 1883)
   
USA, Texas

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Dysodia oculatana Clemens, 1860
   
USA, Virginia

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Meskea dyspteraria Grote, 1877
   
USA, Texas

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Oxycophina theorina (Meyrick, 1887)
   
Indonesia, Maluku

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Thyrididae undet.
   
Indonesia, Irian Jaya

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Thyris maculata Harris, 1839
   
USA, Pennsylvania

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Thyris maculata Harris, 1839
   
USA, Texas

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Marmax semiaurata (Walker, 1854)
   
USA, Missouri

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Dysodia speculifera (Sepp, [1851])
   
Costa Rica

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Dysodia oculatana Clemens, 1860
   
Costa Rica

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Draconia sp.
   
Ecuador

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Thyris fenestrella fenestrella (Scopoli, 1763)
   
Austria

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Rhodoneura vittula (Guenée, 1877)
   
Japan

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Dysodia spp. Clemens, 1860
   
Mexico, Baja California Sur

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Meskea dyspteraria Grote, 1877
   
Costa Rica

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Dysodia spp. Clemens, 1860
   
Panama

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Oxycophina theorina (Meyrick, 1887)
   
Australia

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Oxycophina theorina (Meyrick, 1887)
   
Solomon Islands

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Oxycophina theorina (Meyrick, 1887)
   
Papua New Guinea

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Rhodoneura sordidula (Plötz, 1880)
   
Malawi

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Dysodia spp. Clemens, 1860
   
Mexico, Chihuahua

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Dysodia spp.
   
Mexico, Veracruz

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Canaea hyalospila (Lower, 1894)
   
Australia

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Dysodia immargo Dyar, 1913
   
Mexico, Veracruz

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Pseudothyris sepulchralis (Guérin-Méneville, 1832)
   
USA, Texas

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Gippius sumptuosus Walker, 1855
   
Mexico, Sinaloa


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