Zamarada erugata Fletcher D. S., 1974

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FAMILY Geometridae
SUBFAMILY Ennominae
GENUS Zamarada
SPECIES erugata
AUTHORFletcher D. S., 1974
ORIGINAL COMBINATIONZamarada erugata sp. n.
TYPE LOCALITYMozambique, Makulane, 1909, leg. G. Audéoud.
GEOGRAPHICAL COORDINATES /
TYPE SPECIMEN(S) Holotype ♂, BMNH.
STATUS Species
PUBLICATION 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.
PAGINATION 46–47, figs. 49, 50; pl. 11, figs. 495, 496; pl. 97, fig. 867

Species Distribution

COUNTRY PROVINCE/STATE PUBLICATION PAGE
Ethiopia   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. 47
Kenya   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. 47
Mozambique   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. 47
South Africa   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. 47
Tanzania   Aarvik L. & Bjørnstad A. 2007. Review of the genus Zamarada Moore, 1887 (Lepidoptera: Geometridae) in Tanzania, with description of new species. - Esperiana Memoir 3:7–57, pls. 1–9. 22
Zimbabwe   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. 47

Host Plants

FAMILY SPECIES COUNTRY PUBLICATIONPAGE
Fabaceae Acacia karroo South Africa Duke N. J. & Duke A. D. 1998. An annotated list of larval host-plants utilized by southern African Geometridae (Lepidoptera). - Metamorphosis 9(1):5–22.