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Trichoplusia McDunnough, 1944
Trichoplusia McDunnough, 1944; Mem. So. Calif. Acad. Sci., 2: 204, TS: Plusia brassicae Riley
Trichoplusia (Plusiini) ; [NACL, 130]
Trichoplusia (Argyrogrammatini) ; [MNA25.1, 43]; [NE10: 156, 170]; Ronkay, Ronkay & Behounek, 2010, Witt Catalogue 4: 31
Misidentified/misapplied:
Ctenoplusia; auth.
Plusia Ochsenheimer, 1816; Forbes, 1954, (part)
Diachrysia Hübner, 1821; auth., (part)

fiTrichoplusia ni (Hübner, [1803])
AF, S.Palearctic, Oriental Region, S.Canada, USA, Antilles, Mexico, CA, Brazil, Paraguay, N.Argentina. See [About maps] Tupsumetalliyökkönen Ni Moth Cabbage Looper Fausse-arpenteuse du Chou
Noctua ni Hübner, [1803]; Samml. eur. Schmett. [4] : pl. 58, f. 284, TL: Europ
Plusia humilis Walker, [1858]; List Spec. Lepid. Insects Colln Br. Mus. 12: 915, TL: Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
= ; [NACL, #8887]
Plusia extrahens Walker, [1858]; List Spec. Lepid. Insects Colln Br. Mus. 12: 929, TL: India
= ; [NACL, #8887]
Plusia significans Walker, [1858]; List Spec. Lepid. Insects Colln Br. Mus. 12: 930, TL: Punjab, India
= ; [NACL, #8887]
Plusia innata Herrich-Schäffer, 1868; CorrespBl. zool.-min Ver. Regensburg 22: 184, TL: Cuba
= ; [NACL, #8887]
Plusia brassicae Riley, 1870; 2nd Ann. Rep., Missouri : 110, f. 81, TL: Missouri
= ; [NACL, #8887]
Plusia echinocystidis Strecker, 1874; Lep. Rhopal. Het. (10): 94, TL: California
= ; [NACL, #8887]
Plusia ni ab. comma Schultz, 1907; Int. Ent. Zs. 1: 32, TL: Riviera
= ; [NACL, #8887]
Plusia ni deserticola Oberthür, 1913; (nom. nud)
Plusia ni deserticola Rothschild, 1913; Novit. Zool. 20 (1) : 129, TL: [El Golea, Algeria]
= ; [NACL, #8887]
Phytometra brassicae ab. u-notata Strand, 1917; Archiv Naturg. 82 A (2) : 48
= ; [NACL, #8887]
Plusia ni f. florida Dannehl, 1929; Mit. Münch. Ent. Ges. 19: 116, TL: Monte Paradiso; Montagna Grande; Gran-Sasso; Kalk Mountains, Italy
Trichoplusia ni, Pacific Northwest Moths [PNWM]
Trichoplusia ni, African Moths [AFM]
Trichoplusia ni, Moth Photographers Group [MPG]
Trichoplusia ni, E.H. Strickland Ent. Mus, U of [ALBERTA]
Trichoplusia ni, Butterflies and Moths of North America [BAMONA]
Trichoplusia ni, Svenska fjärilar [SVF]
Trichoplusia ni, Noctuid Search (record) [NOCTS]
Trichoplusia ni, Moths and Butterflies of Europe [MBE]
Trichoplusia ni, The Moths of Southeastern Arizona [Bruce Walsh]
Trichoplusia ni, UK Moths [Ian Kimber]
Phytometra ni deserticola ; Rothschild, 1915, Novit. Zool. 22 (2): 234
Trichoplusia ni ; [NACL, #8887]; [MNA25.1: 44, f. 12, pl. 1, f. 8-9, pl. 4, f. 2, pl. A, f. 9, pl. J, f. 1]; [NE10, 156]; Ronkay, Ronkay & Behounek, 2010, Witt Catalogue 4: 32

Larva on Urtica?


 
"Trichoplusia s.l." ; [NE10, 156]

Trichoplusia arachnoides (Distant, 1901)
Transvaal, ?. See [About maps] Plusia arachnoides Distant, 1901; Entomologist 34 : 285, TL: Transvaal
Trichoplusia arachnoides, African Moths [AFM]
Trichoplusia arachnoides ; [NE10, 156]

Trichoplusia aranea (Hampson, 1909)
Uganda, ?. See [About maps] Plusia aranea Hampson, 1909; Trans. Zool. Soc. Lond. 19 : 112, pl. 4, f. 20, TL: Uganda
Trichoplusia aranea ; [NE10, 156]

Trichoplusia cinnabarina Dufay, 1972
Tanzania, ?. See [About maps] Trichoplusia cinnabarina Dufay, 1972; Bull. mens. Soc. Linn. Lyon 41: 71, TL: Tanzania, Mt. Roungoue
Trichoplusia cinnabarina ; [NE10, 156]

Trichoplusia elacheia Dufay, 1972
Senegal, ?. See [About maps] Trichoplusia elacheia Dufay, 1972; Bull. mens. Soc. Linn. Lyon 41: 71, TL: Senegal, Sebikotane
Trichoplusia elacheia ; [NE10, 156]

Trichoplusia glyceia Dufay, 1972
Liberia. See [About maps] Trichoplusia glyceia Dufay, 1972; Bull. mens. Soc. Linn. Lyon 41: 94, TL: Liberia, Nimba, Grassfield
Trichoplusia glyceia ; [NE10, 156]

Trichoplusia gromieri Dufay, 1975
Cameroun, ?. See [About maps] Trichoplusia gromieri Dufay, 1975; Bull. Mens. Soc. Linn. Lyon 44 (4): 114, TL: Cameroon
Trichoplusia gromieri ; [NE10, 156]

Trichoplusia lampra (Dufay, 1968)
Madagascar. See [About maps] Plusia lampra Dufay, 1968; Bull. Mens. Soc. Linn. Lyon 37: 196, TL: Madagascar, Moramanga
Trichoplusia lampra ; [NE10, 156]

Trichoplusia roseofasciata (Carcasson, 1965)
Tanzania, ?. See [About maps] Plusia roseofasciata Carcasson, 1965; J. E. Africa nat. Hist. Soc. 25: 147, TL: Tanzania
Trichoplusia roseofasciata ; [NE10, 156]

Trichoplusia sogai (Dufay, 1968)
Madagascar. See [About maps] Plusia sogai Dufay, 1968; Bull. Mens. Soc. Linn. Lyon 37: 195, TL: Madagascar, Tananarive
Trichoplusia sogai ; [NE10, 156]


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References:
[AFM]
African Moths
[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
[Bruce Walsh]
Bruce Walsh; e-mail: Bruce Walsh; The Moths of Southeastern Arizona; Butterflies of Southeastern Arizona
[HBN]
Francis Hemming, 1937; HÜBNER, A bibliographical and systematic account of the entomological works of Jacob Hübner and of the supplements thereto by Carl Geyer, Gottfried Franz von Frölich and Gottlieb August Wilhelm Herrich-Schäffer, Vol 1 & 2
[Ian Kimber]
http://www.ukmoths.force9.co.uk/
[LAMAS-NEO]
Gerardo Lamas; Bibliography of butterflies; An Annocated Bibliography of the Neotropical Butterflies and Skipper (Lepididoptera: Papilionoidea and Hesperioidea); Revised Electronic Edition (2007)
[MBE]
Moths and Butteflies of Europe; Paolo Mazzei, Diego Reggianti and Ilaria Pimpinelli; http://www.leps.it/
[MNA25.1]
Lafontaine & Poole; The Moths of America North of Mexico, 25.1; NOCTUOIDEA; Noctuidae, Plusiinae
[MPG]
North American Moth Photographers Group
[NACL]
Hodges, 1983; Check List of the Lepidoptera of America North of Mexico
[NE10]
Goater, Ronkay & Fibiger, 2003; Noctuidae Europaeae 10: 252pp; Catocalinae & Plusiinae
[NOCTS]
Noctuid Search; An Interactive Key to Identify the Noctuidae of North America; e-mail: Thomas D. Eichlin; e-mail: Scott A. Kinnee; Dennis E. Mayhew; Ronald E. Somerby; Charles S. Papp
[PNWM]
Pacific Northwest Moths
[SVF]
Svenska fjärilar; Naturhistoriska riksmuseet; (Sweden)


Some related literature:
Carcasson, 1965
New Lepidoptera from East Africa J. E. Africa nat. Hist. Soc. 25: 131-160
Dannehl, 1929
Neue formen und geographische rassen aus meiner ausbeuten und erwerbungen der letzten jahre Mit. Münch. Ent. Ges. 19: 97-116
Distant, 1901
Description of four new species of Noctuidae from the Transvaal Entomologist 34 : 284-285
Dufay, 1968
Descriptions de nouvelles especes de Plusiinae de Madagascar (Lep. Noctuidae) Bull. Mens. Soc. Linn. Lyon 37: 195-212
Dufay, 1972
Descriptions de nouveaux Plusiinae Africains (Lep. Noctuidae) Bull. mens. Soc. Linn. Lyon 41: 65-72, 93-104, 105-111
Dufay, 1975
Descriptions de nouveaux Plusiinae du Cameroun (Lep. Noctuidae) Bull. Mens. Soc. Linn. Lyon 44 (4): 114-118
Hampson, 1909
Ruwenzori Expedition Reports - Lepidoptera Heterocera Trans. Zool. Soc. Lond. 19 : 103-140, pl. 4
Herrich-Schäffer, 1868
Die Schmetterlinge der Insel Cuba CorrespBl. zool.-min Ver. Regensburg 22: 113-118, 147-156, 179-186
Hübner, [1803]
Sammlung europäischer Schmetterlinge. IV. Noctuae - Eulen ("Dritte Band") Samml. eur. Schmett. [4] : 155-194, : pl. 1-74, f. 1-345 (1800-1803), : pl. 75-86, f. 346-405 (1803-1808), : pl. 87-96, f. 406-455 (1808-1809), : pl. 97-134, f. 456-615 (1809-1813), : pl. 135-139, f. 616-638 (1814-1817), : pl. 140-141, f. 639-647 (1818-1819), : pl. 142-150, f. 648-697 (1819-1822), : pl. 151, f. 698-703 (1823), : pl. 152-156, f. 704-732 (1823-1824), : pl. 157, f. 733-736 (1825-1826), : pl. 158-160, f. 737-752 (1827-1828), : pl. 161-162, f. 753-765 (1828-1830), : pl. 163-169, f. 766-802 (1828-1832), : pl. 170-171, f. 803-812 (1832-1833), : pl. 172-176, f. 813-839 (1834), : pl. 177-179, f. 840-853 (1834-1835), : pl. 180, f. 854-858 (1834-1835), : pl. 181, f. 859-863 (1836), : pl. 182, f. 864-868 (1836-1838), : pl. 183, f. 869-873 (1837-1838), : pl. 184-185, f. 874-882 (1838), : [7], 8-24 (1834?)
McDunnough, 1944
Revision of the North American genera and species of the Phalaenid subfamily Plusiinae Mem. So. Calif. Acad. Sci., 2: 175-232, 6pls
Riley, 1870
Second annual report on the noxious, beneficial and other Insects of the State of Missouri, made to the State Board of Agriculture ... 2nd Ann. Rep., Missouri : 1-135, (index) 1-6
Ronkay, Ronkay & Behounek, 2010
A Taxonomic Atlas of the Eurasian and North African Noctuoidea. Plusiinae II Witt Catalogue 4: -
Rothschild, 1913
[Expedition to the Central Western Sahara]. Lepidoptera Novit. Zool. 20 (1) : 109-143
Rothschild, 1915
Lepidoptera of the M'Zab country, south Algeria, collected by Dr Ernest Hartert and Carl Hilgert in 1914 Novit. Zool. 22 (2): 228-243
Strand, 1917
Neue Aberrationen der Noctuiden-Subfamilien Hadeninae, Erastriinae, Catocalinae, Mominae und Phytometrinae Archiv Naturg. 82 A (2) : 28-50
Strecker, 1874
Lepidoptera, Rhopaloceres and Heteroceres, indigenous and exotic, with descriptions and colored illustrations Lep. Rhopal. Het. (1): 1-7, pl. 1 (1872), (2): 9-15, pl. 2 (1873), (3): 17-24, pl. 3 (1873), (4): 25-32, pl. 4 (1873), (5): 33-43, pl. 5 (1873), (6): 45-50, pl. 6 (1873), (7): 51-60, pl. 7 (1873), (8): 61-70, pl. 8 (1874), (9): 71-80, pl. 9 (1874), (10): 81-94, pl. 10 (1874), (11): 95-100, pl. 11 (1874), (12): 101-108, pl. 12 (1875), (13): 109-123, pl. 13 (1876), (14): 125-134, pl. 14 (1878), (15): 135-143, pl. 15 (1878)
Walker, [1858]
List of the Specimens of Lepidopterous Insects in the Collection of the British Museum List Spec. Lepid. Insects Colln Br. Mus. 9: 1-252 (1856), 10: 253-492 ([1857]), 11: 493-764 (1857), 12: 765-982 ([1858]), 13: 983-1236 ([1858]), 14: 1237-1520 (1858), 15: 1521-1888 (1858)


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