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    index 1

    1 Pitane fervens Walker, 1854 (Erebidae: Arctiinae)

    2 Amastus polystrigatus Dognin, 1901 (Erebidae: Arctiinae)

    3 Pseudohyaleucerea vulnerata (Butler, 1875)1 (Erebidae: Arctiinae)

    4 Eumorpha labruscae (Linnaeus, 1758) (Sphingidae: Macroglossinae)

    5 (Geometridae), unidentified

    6 Idalus perlineosus (Rothschild, 1917) (Erebidae: Arctiinae)

    7 Syngria druidaria Guenée, 1852 (Uraniidae: Epipleminae)

    8 Lophocampa atriceps (Hampson, 1901) (Erebidae: Arctiinae)

    9 Manduca rustica (Fabricius, 1775) (Sphingidae: Sphinginae)

    10 Ctenucha garleppi Rothschild, 1912 (Erebidae: Arctiinae)

    11 Eumorpha labruscae (Linnaeus, 1758) (Sphingidae: Macroglossinae)

    12 Idalus vitreus (Cramer, 1780) (Erebidae: Arctiinae)

    13 Eumorpha labruscae (Linnaeus, 1758) (Sphingidae: Macroglossinae)

    14 Cosmosoma sp. (Erebidae: Arctiinae)

    15 Automeris pallidior Draudt, 1929 (Saturniidae: Hemileucinae)

    16 Acraga coa (Schaus, 1892) (Dalceridae: Acraginae)

    17 Hydriomena polyphonta Druce, 1893 (Geometridae: Larentiinae)

    18 Apyre separata Walker, 1854 (Erebidae: Arctiinae)

    19 Cosmosoma sp. (Erebidae: Arctiinae)

    20 Emurena tripunctata (Druce, 1884) (Erebidae: Arctiinae)

    21 Psychophasma erosa (Herrich-Schäffer, [1858])2 (Erebidae: Arctiinae)

    22 Adeloneivaia jason (Boisduval, 1872) (Saturniidae: Ceratocampinae)

    23 Empelathra amplificans Walker, 1858 (Erebidae: Ophiderinae)

    24 Idalus fasciipuncta Rothschild, 1909 (Erebidae: Arctiinae)

    25 Tecmessa dandon (Druce, 1894) (Notodontidae: Cerurinae)

    index 1. april, may, and august 2001, several sites including the cana mine site, darién national park, and la fortuna station, chiriquí province, panama.

    1. Author names in parentheses mean that the species was originally described in a different genus. For example, Phalaena nitidalis Cramer was originally described in the genus Phalaena, but currently it is in the genus Diaphania. So the current name is Diaphania nitidalis (Cramer).

    2. Dates in square brackets mean that the date of publication of the work where the taxon was described was obtained from indirect sources. For instance, “Guenée, [1858]” indicates that despite the date 1857 appearing on the front page of the publication, it was later discovered, by indirect information (letters to friends, stamps in library stating the date it was received, bills from printers, etc.), that it was really issued in 1858.

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