Noctua Linnaeus, 1758
The pronuba species-group
The fimbriata species-group
The comes species-group
The interjecta species-group
The janthina species-group
The ? species-group


Unknown or unplaced taxa

  • Noctua (of authors) alipes; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) arnicae; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) avida; [POOLE]

  • Noctua barbata Fabricius, 1794; Ent. Syst. 3 (2): 37; TL: "Americae Meridionalis Insulis"
  • Noctua (of authors) barbata; [POOLE]

  • Noctua bardana Freyer, 1845; 149, pl. 471, f. 3; TL: Urals
  • Noctua (of authors) bardana; [POOLE]

  • Noctua bicolora Fabricius, 1787; 140; TL: Sierra Leone
  • Noctua (of authors) bicolora; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) boleti; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) brassicaria; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) canina; [POOLE]

  • Noctua capreae Fabricius, 1787; 140; TL: "Hafniae"
  • Noctua (of authors) capreae; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) centralis; [POOLE]

  • Noctua chalcis Fabricius, 1794; Ent. Syst. 3 (2): 13; TL: "Americae Meridionalis Insulis"
  • Noctua (of authors) chalcis; [POOLE]

  • Noctua ciliata Fabricius, 1787; 163; TL: "Cajennae"
  • Noctua (of authors) ciliata; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) cincta; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) cinerea; [POOLE]

  • Noctua c-latinum Schrank, 1801; 346; TL: Bavaria, Ingolstadt
  • Noctua (of authors) c-latinum; [POOLE]

  • Noctua clavata Cyrillo, 1787; pl. 6, f. 7; TL: Naples [Italy]
  • Noctua (of authors) clavata; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) corchori; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) cribraria; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) crucis; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) deperdita; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) depressa; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) destituta; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) dimidiata; [POOLE]

  • Noctua dimidiata Philippi, 1860; 293 (preocc. Noctua dimidiata Fabricius, 1794); TL: Chile, Valdivia
  • Noctua (of authors) dimidiata; [POOLE]

  • Noctua distincta Fabricius, 1787; 157; TL: "Hafniae"
  • Noctua (of authors) distincta; [POOLE]

  • Noctua dorsalis Fabricius, 1787; 148; TL: "Tranquebariae"
  • Noctua (of authors) dorsalis; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) eborina; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) equestris; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) ficus; [POOLE]

  • Noctua flamma Fabricius, 1787; 164; TL: Austria
  • Noctua (of authors) flamma; [POOLE]

  • Noctua flexuosa Donovan, 1807; 53, pl. 412; TL: Yorkshire
  • Noctua (of authors) flexuosa; [POOLE]

  • Noctua glacialis Duponchel, 1826; 122, pl. 80, f. 6; TL: Hautes-alpes Dept., Oysans Valley
  • Noctua (of authors) glacialis; [POOLE]

  • Noctua gnomon Schrank, 1801; 344; TL: Bavaria, Ingolstadt
  • Noctua (of authors) gnomon; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) gossypii; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) grisea; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) hecta; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) inclyta; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) inquinata; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) irrorea; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) lacera; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) laeta; [POOLE]

  • Noctua lanceolata Fabricius, 1777; 283; TL: Germanay
  • Phalaena (Noctua) lancea Borkhausen, 1792; 734 (emend., preocc. Noctua lancea Esper, 1791)
  • Noctua (of authors) lanceolata; [POOLE]

  • Noctua lucretia Dalman, 1823; 52
  • Noctua (of authors) lucretia; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) fusca; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) luteago; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) luteola; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) lyctorea; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) lyncea; [POOLE]

  • Noctua lyra Herrich-Schäffer, [1869]; 4, pl. 100, f. 571; TL: Venezuela
  • Noctua (of authors) lyra; [POOLE]

  • Noctua marginula Schrank, 1801; 361; TL: Bavaria, Ingolstadt
  • Noctua (of authors) marginula; [POOLE]

  • Noctua margodea Schrank, 1891; 333; TL: Bavaria
  • Noctua (of authors) margodea; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) martia; [POOLE]

  • Noctua masoreta Thunberg, 1792; 56; TL: [Sweden]
  • Noctua (of authors) masoreta; [POOLE]

  • Noctua melanogona Tauscher, 1809; 315, pl. 20, f. 1; TL: Russia
  • Noctua (of authors) melanogona; [POOLE]

  • Noctua melanura Tauscher, 1809; 321, pl. 20, f. 5; TL: Russia, Sarepta
  • Noctua (of authors) melanura; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) meretrix; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) mezenteria; [POOLE]

  • Noctua mixta Fabricius, 1787; Saxony, Halae
  • Noctua (of authors) mixta; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) palmata; [POOLE]

  • Noctua paphia Fabricius, 1794; Ent. Syst. 3 (2): 60; TL: "Americae Meridionalis Insulis"
  • Noctua (of authors) paphia; [POOLE]

  • Noctua parallela Fischer von Waldheim, 1840; 87; TL: Volga
  • Noctua (of authors) parallela; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) pauperata; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) pupilla; [POOLE]

  • Noctua ramea Schrank, 1801; 343; TL: Bavaria
  • Noctua (of authors) ramea; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) ravida; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) renata; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) roboris; [POOLE]

  • Noctua scalena Schrank, 1801; 345; TL: Bavaria, Steingarden
  • Noctua (of authors) scalena; [POOLE]

  • Noctua semistriata Schrank, 1801; 323; TL: Bavaria
  • Noctua (of authors) semistriata; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) serena; [POOLE]

  • Noctua setosa Fabricius, 1794; Ent. Syst. 3 (2): 97; TL: "Americae Meridionalis Insulis"
  • Noctua (of authors) setosa; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) sidae; [POOLE]

  • Noctua simulans Fabricius, 1787; 177; TL: Germany
  • Noctua (of authors) simulans; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) sinuata; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) spectabilis; [POOLE]

  • Noctua stichica Fabricius, 1787; 173; TL: Hamburg
  • Noctua (of authors) stichica; [POOLE]

  • Noctua sulphurifera Tauscher, 1809; 318, pl. 20, f. 3; TL: Russia, Waskuntscharskoi
  • Noctua (of authors) sulphurifera; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) triangularis; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) ursina; [POOLE]

  • Noctua (of authors) variegata; [POOLE]



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