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      Árctidos nocturnos (Lepidoptera: Erebidae: Arctiinae) del Bosque Serrano de Córdoba, Argentina Translated title: Arctiid moths (Lepidoptera: Erebidae: Arctiinae) of the Serrano Forest, Córdoba, Argentina

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          Los árctidos son macrolepidópteros de tamaño variado y de hábitos generalmente nocturnos. En Argentina en general y en Córdoba en particular, la riqueza de este grupo es poco conocida. El Bosque Serrano es uno de los ambientes naturales de mayor biodiversidad en la provincia de Córdoba. El objetivo del presente estudio fue actualizar el conocimiento sobre la riqueza de árctidos de actividad nocturna, del Bosque Serrano. Se realizaron 38 muestreos con trampa de luz entre diciembre de 2006 y abril de 2011, en 10 puntos de Sierras Chicas, con una frecuencia desigual entre los diferentes sitios. Se encontraron un total de 26 especies pertenecientes a las tribus Arctiini y Lithosiini. El género Agylla Walker es una cita nueva para Argentina y 21 especies constituyen nuevos registros para este ambiente. El presente estudio aumenta a 28 las especies de árctidos atraídos por trampas de luz que habitan en el Bosque Serrano.

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          The arctiid moths are macrolepidopteran of different sizes and nocturnal habits mostly. The richness of this group is poorly known in Argentina, particularly in Cordoba. The Serrano Forest is one of the highest biodiversity areas in Cordoba province. The aim of this study was to update the richness of arctiid moths in the Serrano Forest. Thirty-eight samplings were performed in different areas of Sierras Chicas using light traps, from December 2006 to April 2011, with an unequal frequency between the different sampling sites. A total of 26 species, belonging to the tribes Arctiini and Lithosiini, were found. The genus Agylla Walker is a new citation for Argentina and 21 species are new records for this environment. This study increased to 28 the arctiid species attracted by light traps that live in the Serrano Forest.

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                Journal
                rsea
                Revista de la Sociedad Entomológica Argentina
                Rev. Soc. Entomol. Argent.
                Sociedad Entomológica Argentina (La Plata )
                1851-7471
                June 2012
                : 71
                : 1-2
                : 99-103
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                [1 ] Universidad Nacional de Córdoba Argentina
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                S0373-56802012000100009
                070cf513-364f-4caf-9e1f-0d18c58725fa

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                ENTOMOLOGY

                Entomology
                Lista de especies,Tiger moths,Wasp moths,Lichen moths,Checklist,Polillas tigre,Polillas avispas,Polillas de líquenes

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