Zamarada minimaria Swinhoe, 1895

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FAMILY Geometridae
SUBFAMILY Ennominae
GENUS Zamarada
SPECIES minimaria
AUTHORSwinhoe, 1895
ORIGINAL COMBINATIONZamarada minimaria, sp. n.
TYPE LOCALITYPakistan, Kurrachee, [Karachi], vi.1885.
GEOGRAPHICAL COORDINATES /
TYPE SPECIMEN(S) Holotype ♀, genitalia slide 1596♀, BMNH.
STATUS Species
PUBLICATION Swinhoe C. 1895. New species of Indian Epiplemidae, Geometridae, Thyrididae and Pyralidae. - Annals and Magazine of Natural History (6)16(94):293–304.
PAGINATION 293

Subspecies

NAME AUTHOR STATUS
arenosa Fletcher D. S., 1974 Subspecies
minimaria Swinhoe, 1895 Subspecies
iranica Brandt, 1941 Synonym of subspecies

Species Distribution

COUNTRY PROVINCE/STATE PUBLICATION PAGE
Chad Tibesti Herbulot C. 1963b. Lépidoptères Geometridae du Tibesti. - Lambillionea 63(5–8):25–40, pl. 1. 37
Egypt   Herbulot C. 1963b. Lépidoptères Geometridae du Tibesti. - Lambillionea 63(5–8):25–40, pl. 1. 37
Niger   Fletcher D. S. 1974. A revision of the old world genus Zamarada (Lepidoptera: Geometridae). - Bulletin of the British Museum of natural History (Entomology) Supplement 22:1–498, pls. 1–123. 29
Oman   Wiltshire E. P. 1977b. The scientific results of the Oman flora and fauna survey 1975. Lepidoptera: Part I Families Cossidae, Pyralidae, Geometridae, Sphingidae, Arctiidae, Lymantriidae and Noctuidae. Part II A list of further Lepidoptera-Heterocera from Oman. Part III Pyral... - Journal of Oman Studies Special Rep. 1:155–178. 168
Saudi Arabia   Fletcher D. S. 1974. A revision of the old world genus Zamarada (Lepidoptera: Geometridae). - Bulletin of the British Museum of natural History (Entomology) Supplement 22:1–498, pls. 1–123. 28
Sudan   Herbulot C. 1963b. Lépidoptères Geometridae du Tibesti. - Lambillionea 63(5–8):25–40, pl. 1. 37
United Arab Emirates   Legrain A. & Wiltshire E. P. 1998. Provisional checklist of the Macro-Heterocera (Lepidoptera) of the UAE. - Tribulus 8(2):5–8. 6
Yemen   Fletcher D. S. 1974. A revision of the old world genus Zamarada (Lepidoptera: Geometridae). - Bulletin of the British Museum of natural History (Entomology) Supplement 22:1–498, pls. 1–123. 28

Notes:  Oriental: India, Pakistan; Palaearctic: Algeria, Iran.

Host Plants

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