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larva of Ernestia rudis is endoparasitoid of larva of Orthosia

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larva of Pales pavida is endoparasitoid of larva of Orthosia

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Specimen Records:790
Specimens with Sequences:768
Specimens with Barcodes:752
Species:38
Species With Barcodes:36
Public Records:251
Public Species:23
Public BINs:21
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Orthosia

For the plant genus, see Orthosia (plant).

Orthosia is a genus of moths of the Noctuidae family.

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Orthosia (plant)

Orthosia is a genus of plants in the Apocynaceae, first described as a genus in 1844.[1]

Species[2]
  1. Orthosia arenosa Decne. - Brazil
  2. Orthosia bonplandiana (Schult.) Liede & Meve - Cuba
  3. Orthosia calycina (Schltr.) Liede & Meve - Peru
  4. Orthosia cassythoides (Suess.) Morillo - Venezuela
  5. Orthosia congesta (Vell.) Decne. - Brazil
  6. Orthosia cynanchoides W.D. Stevens - Chiapas
  7. Orthosia dusenii (Malme) Fontella - Brazil
  8. Orthosia eichleri E.Fourn. - Brazil
  9. Orthosia extra-axillaris W.D. Stevens - Costa Rica
  10. Orthosia glaberrima (Woodson) W.D. Stevens - Panama, Costa Rica
  11. Orthosia guilleminiana (Decne.) Liede & Meve - Brazil
  12. Orthosia henriqueana (Silveira) Liede & Meve - Minas Geraes
  13. Orthosia itatiaiensis Malme - Rio de Janeiro
  14. Orthosia latipes (Decne.) Malme - Brazil
  15. Orthosia loandensis Fontella & Valente - Paraná
  16. Orthosia melantha (Decne.) Malme - Brazil
  17. Orthosia multiflora E. Fourn. - Brazil
  18. Orthosia parviflora (E. Fourn.) Liede & Meve - Rio de Janeiro
  19. Orthosia pearcei (Rusby) Liede & Meve - Bolivia
  20. Orthosia pubescens (Greenm.) Liede & Meve - Morelos
  21. Orthosia ramosa W.D. Stevens - Honduras
  22. Orthosia rubens (L.O. Williams) W.D. Stevens - Guatemala
  23. Orthosia scoparia (Nutt.) Liede & Meve - Florida, Georgia, South Carolina[3]
  24. Orthosia selloana (E. Fourn.) Liede & Meve - Brazil
  25. Orthosia smaragdina W.D. Stevens - Guatemala
  26. Orthosia stipitata W.D. Stevens - Chiapas
  27. Orthosia tarmensis Schltr. - Peru
  28. Orthosia thymifolia Schltr. - Peru
  29. Orthosia umbrosa Decne. - Rio de Janeiro
  30. Orthosia urceolata E.Fourn. - Brazil
  31. Orthosia virgata (Poir.) E. Fourn. - Argentina
  32. Orthosia woodii Meve & Liede - Bolivia
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