Butterflies and Moths of the World Generic Names and their Type-species

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Genus:
Odice Hübner, 1823 . Verz. bekannt. Schmett. : [258].    [BHLBHL]

Status:
Available Name

Homonyms: 1

Higher classification:
NOCTUOIDEA : NOCTUIDAE : EUSTROTIINAE

Type-species:
Noctua inamoena Hübner, 1803. Verz. bekannt. Schmett. 4: pl.61, figs 301, 302.

Type-species designation:
by subsequent designation by Moore , 1884. Lepid. Ceylon 3: 57. [(as *inamaena, an incorrect subsequent spelling)]    [BHLBHL]

Type specimens:
Syntypes EUROPE: ? Locality, (? Depository)..

Notes:
Nye (1975) stated:-

N. inamoena is a junior subjective synonym of Phalaena arcuinna Hübner, 1790, Beitr. Gesch. Schmett. 2 (4):93, pl.2, fig. O.

Poole (1989: 383) included ANTHOPHILA Ochsenheimer, 1816; PORPHYRINIA Hübner, 1821; EROMENE Hübner, 1821; TROTHISA Hübner, 1821; ECTHETIS Hübner, 1823; ODICE Hübner, 1823; HELIOMANES Sodoffsky, 1837; MICROPHISA Boisduval, 1840; MICRA Guenée, 1841; MICROPHYSA Guenée, 1841; GLAPHYRA Guenée, 1841; THALPOCHARES Lederer, 1853; MIXOCHARIS Lederer, 1853; MESTLETA Walker, 1865; EUMESTLETA Butler, 1892; THALOMICRA Spuler, 1907; POLYORYCTA Warren, 1911; GYOPHORA Warren, 1913; EUMICREMMA Berio, 1954; and RHYPAGLA Nye, 1975 as junior synonyms of EUBLEMMA Hübner, 1821.

Poole (1989: 143) included MESTLETA Walker, 1865; and MATAEOMERA Butler, 1886 (as METAEOMERA Butler, 1886) as junior synonyms of AUTOBA Walker, 1863.

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