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larva of Ernestia rudis is endoparasitoid of larva of Orthosia

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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
formerly included
  1. O. acuminata, syn of Matelea acuminata
  2. O. bahiensis, syn of Ditassa capillaris
  3. O. cardozoi, syn of Cynanchum cardozoi
  4. O. ecuadorensis, syn of Cynanchum densiflorum
  5. O. ellemannii, syn of Cynanchum ellemannii
  6. O. grandis, syn of Jobinia grandis
  7. O. kunthii, syn of Cynanchum kunthii
  8. O. meridensis, syn of Cynanchum meridense
  9. O. misera, syn of Metastelma miserum
  10. O. oblongata, syn of Matelea oblongata
  11. O. serpyllifolia, syn of Vincetoxicum serpyllifolium
  12. O. stannardii, syn of Cynanchum stannardii
  13. O. stenophylla, syn of Cynanchum trianae
  14. O. suberosa, syn of Metastelma parviflorum
  15. O. ventensis, syn of Cynanchum ventensis

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