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Statistics of barcoding coverage

Barcode of Life Data Systems (BOLD) Stats
Specimen Records: 7039
Specimens with Sequences: 6525
Specimens with Barcodes: 6060
Species: 881
Species With Barcodes: 825
Public Records: 2727
Public Species: 461
Public BINs: 503
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Statistics of barcoding coverage: Catocalinae RJB1

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Public Records: 0
Specimens with Barcodes: 2
Species With Barcodes: 1
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Catocalinae

For the Catocalinae as a subfamily of Erebidae, see Catocalini.

Catocalinae is a subfamily of noctuoid moths, placed in family Noctuidae. In the alternative arrangement, where Noctuidae are reduced to the core group around the Noctuinae, the present lineage is abolished, the upranked Catocalini being merged with the Erebini and becoming a subfamily of the reestablished family Erebidae.[1]

Many of the species are large (7 to 10 cm, 3 to 4 inches) compared to other noctuids in temperate zones, and have brightly colored backwings.

The closely related Ophiderinae and Calpinae are sometimes merged into this group.

Genera

The Catocalinae genera are usually assigned to the tribes Tytini, Armadini and Erebini, which have a fairly small number of genera, and the much larger Catocalini. The Poaphilini are another proposed tribe around the genus Argyrostrotis (= Poaphila), but is is here considered to be paraphyletic. In addition, a high proportion of genera is not at present assigned to a specific tribe as their relationships require further study. These genera incertae sedis are:[2]

In addition, some little-known noctuoid moth species which somewhat differ from the bulk of their supposed genera might actually belong here:[2]

Placement of Xenogenes in the Catocalinae is in error; it is actually a geometer moth (family (Geometridae).

Footnotes

  1. ^ FE (2011), and see references in Sacvela (2011)
  2. ^ a b See references in Savela (2011)

References


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