Thyas arcifera

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Thyas arcifera
Dermaleipa arcifera.JPG
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T. arcifera
Binomial name
Thyas arcifera
(Hampson, 1913)
Synonyms
  • Dermaleipa arcifera

Thyas arcifera is a moth of the family Noctuidae first described by George Hampson in 1913. It is found in eastern Africa, including South Africa.


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