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Arguda

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Kingdom  Animalia
Family  Lasiocampidae
Rank  Genus
Class  Insecta
Phylum  Arthropoda
Order  Butterflies and moths
Similar  Kunugia, Butterflies and moths, Metanastria, Odonestis, Paralebeda plagifera

Arguda is a genus of Moth in the family Lasiocampidae. Species are distributed in Himalayan regions and Nilgiri hills of India, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Australia and Tasmania.

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Description

Palpi very long. Antennae with branches gradually decreasing to apex. Mid and hind tibia with minute terminal spur pairs. Fore wings are broad with rather erect outer margin. Veins 6 and 7 from angle of cell. The stalk of veins 9 and 10 is short. Hind wings with veins 4 and 5 from cell, vein 8 almost touching 7. There are slight accessory costal veinlets.

Species

  • Arguda angulata
  • Arguda decurtata
  • Arguda dodongi
  • Arguda era
  • Arguda erectilinea
  • Arguda formosae
  • Arguda insulindiana
  • Arguda rectilinea
  • Arguda rosemariae
  • Arguda sandrae
  • Arguda sumatrana
  • Arguda tayana
  • Arguda thaica
  • Arguda vinata
  • References

    Arguda Wikipedia


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