Butterflies and Moths of the World
Generic Names and their Type-species
Ipimorpha Hübner, 1821
Verz. bekannt. Schmett.
NOCTUOIDEA : NOCTUIDAE : HADENINAE
Ankündung syst. Werkes. Schmett. Wienergegend
by subsequent designation by
Bull. Buff. Soc. nat. Sci.
Type(s) [AUSTRIA]: Vienna district, (? Depository).. (Collection destroyed, Horn & Kahle, 1936, Ent. Beih. Berl.-Dahlem 3: 243)
Retusia Beck, 1996 was established as a subgenus of Ipimorpha Hübner,  1816 and is the objective replacement name for the preoccupied name Zenobia Agassiz 1846 by Beck 1996, Neue Entomologische Nachrichten 36 : 58.
Poole (1989) included IPIMORPHA in the subfamily AMPHIPYRINAE, subsequently restricted to the genus AMPHIPYRA by Kitching & Rawlins, in Kristensen (1999). Other genera formerly treated in the subfamily AMPHIPYRINAE are treated as HADENINAE by Kitching & Rawlins (loc. cit.).
Poole (1989) included PLASTENIS Boisduval, 1840; and ZENOBIA Agassiz, 1847 (preoccupied) as junior synonyms of IPIMORPHA Hübner, 1821.
Poole (1989) included 8 species in the genus IPIMORPHA.
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Iphimorpha ; Möschler, 1886: 47.
Plastenis Boisduval, 1840: 93.
Retusia Beck, 1996: 58.
Zenobia Agassiz, 1846: 69.
Zenobia Oken, 1815: 681.