• Corpus ID: 51916800

New species of Euhapigiodes, new genus, and Hapigiodes in Hapigiini, new tribe, from Costa Rica, with notes on their life history and immatures (Lepidoptera: Notodontidae).

  title={New species of Euhapigiodes, new genus, and Hapigiodes in Hapigiini, new tribe, from Costa Rica, with notes on their life history and immatures (Lepidoptera: Notodontidae).},
  author={James Stuart Miller and Daniel H. Janzen and John G. Franclemont},
Two new species of Notodontidae from the lowland dry forests of the Area de Conservacion Guanacaste, northwestern Costa Rica are described: Hapigiodes sigifredomarini n. sp . and Euhapigiodes hallwachsae n. sp. in Euhapigiodes, n. gen. The larvae of both feed on Lonchocarpus (Fabaceae). Pseudhapigia misericordia Dyar is moved to Hapigiodes as a new combination. Hapigiodes and Euhapigiodes are relatives of Hapigia, and would previously have been placed in the tribe Hemiceratini of Forbes, but… 
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