Afrotheora Nielsen & Scoble, 1986

FAMILY Hepialidae
SUBFAMILY
AUTHORNielsen & Scoble, 1986
STATUSGenus
PUBLICATIONNielsen E. S. & Scoble M. J. 1986. Afrotheora, a new genus of primitive Hepialidae from Africa (Lepidoptera: Hepialioidea). - Entomologica scandinavica 17:29–54.
PAGINATION 30–42
COMMENTSType species: Eudalaca jordani Viette, 1956. Transactions of the Royal entomological Society of London 107: 373. By original designation.

Genus Synonyms

NAME AUTHOR STATUS
Ptycholoma Felder, 1874 Unavailable name

Species

NAME AUTHOR STATUS PUBLICATION
argentimaculata Nielsen & Scoble, 1986 Species Nielsen E. S. & Scoble M. J. 1986. Afrotheora, a new genus of primitive Hepialidae from Africa (Lepidoptera: Hepialioidea). - Entomologica scandinavica 17:29–54.
brevivalva Nielsen & Scoble, 1986 Species Nielsen E. S. & Scoble M. J. 1986. Afrotheora, a new genus of primitive Hepialidae from Africa (Lepidoptera: Hepialioidea). - Entomologica scandinavica 17:29–54.
flavimaculata Nielsen & Scoble, 1986 Species Nielsen E. S. & Scoble M. J. 1986. Afrotheora, a new genus of primitive Hepialidae from Africa (Lepidoptera: Hepialioidea). - Entomologica scandinavica 17:29–54.
jordani Camera (Viette, 1956) Species Viette P. 1956g. Contribution à l'étude des Hepialidae (31ème note). Sur quelques spécimens du Tring Museum. - Transactions of the entomological Society of London 107:373–379.
minirhodaula Nielsen & Scoble, 1986 Species Nielsen E. S. & Scoble M. J. 1986. Afrotheora, a new genus of primitive Hepialidae from Africa (Lepidoptera: Hepialioidea). - Entomologica scandinavica 17:29–54.
pardalias (Janse, 1942) Synonym of species Janse A. J. T. 1942–1948. The moths of South Africa. Volume IV. Jugatae, Adelidae and Nepticulidae. - — 4(1):i–xxv, 1–78; 2(1945): 79–148; 3(1948): 149–185; pls. 47–94.
rhodaula (Meyrick, 1926) Species Meyrick E. 1926a. New South African Microlepidoptera. - Annals of the South African Museum 23(2):325–351.
thermodes Camera (Meyrick, 1921) Species Meyrick E. 1921b. Descriptions of South African Micro-Lepidoptera. - Annals of the Transvaal Museum 8(2):49–148.