Petovia Walker, 1854

FAMILY Geometridae
SUBFAMILY Oenochrominae
AUTHORWalker, 1854
STATUSGenus
PUBLICATIONWalker F. 1854b. List of the Specimens of Lepidopterous Insects in the Collection of the British Museum. Part II.– Lepidoptera Heterocera. - — 2:i–iv, 279–581.
PAGINATION 559
COMMENTSType species: Petovia marginata Walker, 1854. List of the Specimens of Lepidopterous Insects in the Collection of the British Museum. Part II.– Lepidoptera Heterocera: 560. By monotypy.

Genus Synonyms

NAME AUTHOR STATUS
Neurophana Guenée, 1858 Synonym of genus
Xantheliodes Warren, 1897 Synonym of genus

Species

NAME AUTHOR STATUS PUBLICATION
amatonga (Vuillot, 1892) Synonym of species Vuillot P. 1892. Descriptions de Lépidoptères. - Bulletin de la Société entomologique de France 61:cxl–cxli, cxc–cxciv.
dichroaria (Herrich-Schäffer, 1854) Synonym of species Herrich-Schäffer G. A. W. [1853]–[1858]. Sammlung neuer oder wenig bekannter aussereuropäische Schmetterlinge. Heterocera (Nachtfalter). - — (1) 1:1–84, pls. 1–120.
equatorialis Prout L. B., 1930 Synonym of species Prout L. B. 1929–1938. Die Spannerartigen Nachtfalter (Geometridae). Die Afrikanischen Spanner. Geometridae. – In: Seitz, A. (ed.) Die Gross-Schmetterlinge der Erde. Eine Systematische Bearbeitung der bis jetzt bekannten Gross-Schmetterlinge. - — 16:1–160.
incertaria (Guenée, 1857) Synonym of species Guenée A. M. 1858b. In: Boisduval, J. A. B. & Guenée, A. Histoire naturelle des insectes. Spécies général des Lépidoptères. X. Uranides et Phalénites. Tome II. - — 10:1–584.
marginata Walker, 1854 Species Walker F. 1854b. List of the Specimens of Lepidopterous Insects in the Collection of the British Museum. Part II.– Lepidoptera Heterocera. - — 2:i–iv, 279–581.
patrisaloysii Grünberg, 1907 Synonym of species Grünberg K. 1907a. Neue afrikanische Heteroceren nebst einigen synonymischen Bemerkungen. - Berliner entomologische Zeitschrift 52:63–75.
perversaria Gaede, 1917 Synonym of species  
uniformis (Warren, 1897) Synonym of species Warren W. 1897a. New genera and species of moths from the Old-World regions in the Tring Museum. - Novitates Zoologicae 4:12–130.