A survey of family‐group names in noctuoid moths (Insecta: Lepidoptera)

@article{Speidel2004ASO,
  title={A survey of family‐group names in noctuoid moths (Insecta: Lepidoptera)},
  author={Wolfgang Speidel and Clas M. Naumann},
  journal={Systematics and Biodiversity},
  year={2004},
  volume={2},
  pages={191 - 221}
}
Abstract Some milestones of the systematic history of the Noctuoidea are reviewed, and a full list of the family‐group names is given including the respective bibliographical references. Every name has been checked for availability according to the Iczn. The following subjective synonyms are indicated: Eublemmini Forbes, 1954 (=*Anthophilidae Duponchel, [1845], unavailable, = *Micradi Stephens, 1850, unavailable, no need for replacement names). According to Art. 40. 2 Iczn, we propose to… Expand
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