New and little-known Tasmanian Lepidoptera. Part II.
Turner, A Jefferis (1926) New and little-known Tasmanian Lepidoptera. Part II. Papers and Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania . ISSN 0080-4703
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Description of various species. For example, Fam. ARCTIADAE.
Amsacta eurymochla, n.sp.
This has probably been regarded as a form of A. marginata, and perhaps the Tasmanian record for that species has
so arisen. To me it appears a distinct though allied species.
In addition to the very distinct markings the forewings.
are shorter and broader.
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