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Pyrrharctia Packard, 1864
Pyrrharctia Packard, 1864; Proc. ent. Soc. Philad. 3 : 120, TS: Phalaena isabella Smith
Pyrrharctia (Arctiini) ; Watson & Goodger, 1986, Occ. papers on syst. entomology 1: 29

Pyrrharctia isabella (Smith, 1797)
USA. See [About maps] Isabella Tiger Moth Black-ended Bear (larva) Woolly Bear (larva)
Phalaena isabella Smith, 1797; in Smith & Abbot, Nat. Hist. Rarer Lepid. Ins. Georgia, 2: 131, pl. 66
Pyrrharctia californica Packard, 1864; Proc. ent. Soc. Philad. 3 : 121
Pyrrharctia isabella, Pacific Northwest Moths [PNWM]
Pyrrharctia isabella, Moth Photographers Group [MPG]
Pyrrharctia isabella, E.H. Strickland Ent. Mus, U of [ALBERTA]
Pyrrharctia isabella, Butterflies and Moths of North America [BAMONA]
Pyrrharctia isabella, Lynn Scott's Lepidoptera Images [Lynn Scott]
Pyrrharctia isabella, Georgia Lepidoptera (USA) [GALEPS]
Diacrisia isabella ; Hampson, 1901, Cat. Lepid. Phalaenae Br. Mus. 3 : 319, f. 144; Rothschild, 1910, Novit. Zool. 17 (2): 154
Isia isabella ; [HMB, 125, pl. XVI, f. 13]
Pyrrharctia isabella ; [NACL, #8129]; Watson & Goodger, 1986, Occ. papers on syst. entomology 1: 29

Pyrrharctia genini (Debauche, 1938)
Mexico. See [About maps] Spilosoma genini Debauche, 1938; Bull. Mus. R. Hist. nat. Belg. 14 (9): 17
Pyrrharctia genini ; Watson & Goodger, 1986, Occ. papers on syst. entomology 1: 29


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References:
[ALBERTA]
University of Alberta, E.H. Strickland Entomological Museum; Browse Entomology Collection
[About maps]
Warning! The maps are automatically generated from the textual information, and the process does not always produce acceptable result; See about maps for more info.
[BAMONA]
Opler, Pavulaan, Stanford & Pogue; Butterflies and Moths of North America; Mountain Prairie Information Node
[BHL]
The; Biodiversity Heritage Library; and on; Internet Archive; Note: The linking to the content of Internet Archive is somewhat delicate -- notify me when links break!
[GALEPS]
Moths and Butterflies of Georgia and the Southeastern United States; James K. Adams; Dept. of Natural Science, Dalton State College, Dalton, GA ; http://www.daltonstate.edu/galeps/index.htm
[HMB]
Holland, 1908; The Moth Book; A popular guide to a knowledge of the moths of North America
[Lynn Scott]
Moths of the Ottawa Area; Lynn Scott's Lepidoptera Images
[MPG]
North American Moth Photographers Group
[NACL]
Hodges, 1983; Check List of the Lepidoptera of America North of Mexico
[PNWM]
Pacific Northwest Moths


Some related literature:
Debauche, 1938
Amatidae et Lihosiidae nouveaux ou peu connus Bull. Mus. R. Hist. nat. Belg. 14 (9): 1-21
Hampson, 1901
Catalogue of the Arctiadae (Arctianae) and Agaristidae in the collection of the British Museum (Nat. Hist.) Cat. Lepid. Phalaenae Br. Mus. 3 : i-xix, 1-690, pl. 36-54
Packard, 1864
Synopsis of the Bombycidae of the United States. (1 & 2) Proc. ent. Soc. Philad. 3 : 97-130, : 331-396
Rothschild, 1910
Catalogue of the Arctianae in the Tring museum, with notes and descriptions of new species Novit. Zool. 17 (1): 1-85, (2): 113-171
Watson & Goodger, 1986
Catalogue of the Neotropical Tigermoths Occ. papers on syst. entomology 1: 1-71


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