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Ptyomaxia Hampson, 1903
Ptyomaxia Hampson, 1903; J. Bombay nat. Hist. Soc. 15 (1): 26, TS: Ptyomaxia trigonifera Hampson
Palibothra Ragonot, 1889; Bull. Soc. ent. Fr. (6) 9 : ccxviii (preocc. Herrich-Schäffer, 1855), TS: Palibothra fuscogrisella Ragonot
= ; [AUCL]; [GlobIZ]
Ptyomaxia (Phycitini) ; [AUCL]; [GlobIZ]

Ptyomaxia trigonogramma (Turner, 1947)
AU. See [About maps] Carposina trigonogramma Turner, 1947
Ptyomaxia trigonogramma ; [AUCL]

Ptyomaxia syntaractis (Turner, 1904)
AU. See [About maps] Nephopteryx[sic] syntaractis Turner, 1904
Nephopteryx[sic] obenbergeri Strand, 1918
= ; [AUCL]
Ptyomaxia syntaractis ; [AUCL]

Ptyomaxia metasarca (Lower, 1903)
AU. See [About maps] Nephopteryx[sic] metasarca Lower, 1903
Ptyomaxia metasarca ; [AUCL]

Ptyomaxia amaura (Lower, 1902)
AU. See [About maps] Oligochroa amaura Lower, 1902
Ptyomaxia amaura ; [AUCL]

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Nielsen & Rangsi, 1996; Checklist of the Lepidoptera of Australia; CSIRO, Australia
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Global information system on pyraloidea; GlobIZ; Globales Informtationssystem Zünslerfalter; Note This information is not automatically synchronized with GlobIZ and can sometimes be lagging behind.

Some related literature:
Hampson, 1903
The Moths of India. Supplementary Paper to the Volumes in "The Fauna of British India". Series II. Part IX-X J. Bombay nat. Hist. Soc. 15 (1): 19-37 (1903), (2): 206-226, pl. C (1903)

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