HYPENINAE of Australia
NOCTUIDAE,   NOCTUOIDEA
  
Don Herbison-Evans
(donherbisonevans@outlook.com)
and
Stella Crossley

HYPENINAE

caterpillar
  
HYPENINAE

pupa
  
HYPENINAE

moths
  
HYPENINAE

undersides

Sometimes, this group of species is treated as a subfamily of EREBIDAE, but here, following Nielsen et al., we list it as a subfamily of NOCTUIDAE.

Some common Australian species of the 115 in HYPENINAE are:

Aethalina asaphes

Arrade aroa
Arrade cristatum
Arrade destituta : Cryptic Snout
Arrade leucocosmalis : Garden Snout

Artigisa melanephele : Black-clouded Snout

Britha biguttata

Calathusa basicunea : Eastern Calathusa
Calathusa eremna
Calathusa hypotherma

Catada apoblepta

  • Catadoides punctata

    Chusaris opisthospila

    Dichromia quinqualis

    Elaphristis leucochorda
    Elaphristis psoloessa

    Esthlodora cyanospila
    Esthlodora variabilis
    Esthlodora versicolor

  • Foveades aroensis

  • Goniocraspedon mistura

  • Goniophylla fragilis

  • Harita nodyna

    Hypena conscitalis
    Hypena gonospilalis
    Hypena gypsospila
    Hypena labatalis
    Hypena laceratalis : Lantana Defoliator
    Hypena mandatalis
    Hypena orthographa
    Hypena pelodes
    Hypena subvittalis

    Hypenagonia mesoscia

  • Hypenarana acrocausta

  • Hypertrocta brunnea

    Lophotoma diagrapha : Double-line Snout

    Lysimelia lenis

    Marapana nycteropis

    Mecistoptera lithochroa

    Metaphoenia rhodias

    Meyrickella torquesauria : Red Snout

    Naarda xanthonephra

  • Olulis subrosea

  • Panilla aroa

  • Paonidia anthracias : Dark Snout

  • Parilyrgis concolor

  • Pherechoa crypsichlora

  • Philogethes metableta

    Prionopterina grammatistis : Pale Snout
    Prionopterina tritosticha

    Prolophota pallida

    Rhodina falculalis : Pink Snout

    Rhynchina inornata
    Rhynchina obliquarlis

    Rhynchodontodes chalcias

    Sandava scitisignata : Fungi Snout
    Sandava xylistis : Rusty Snout

    Sarobela litterata

    Stenopaltis lithina

  • Synolulis rhodinastis

  • (Trigonistis) asthenopa : Tiny Snout

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    (updated 16 June 2014, 17 November 2017)