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Agapema galbina  (Clemens, 1860)
Taxonomic Serial No.: 936151

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 Taxonomy and Nomenclature
       
  Kingdom: Animalia  
  Taxonomic Rank: Species  
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  Common Name(s): Tamaulipan Agapema [English]
 
       
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  Current Standing: valid  
       
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  Record Credibility Rating: verified - standards met  
       

 Taxonomic Hierarchy
       
 KingdomAnimalia  – Animal, animaux, animals  
    SubkingdomBilateria   
       InfrakingdomProtostomia   
          SuperphylumEcdysozoa   
             PhylumArthropoda  – Artrópode, arthropodes, arthropods  
                SubphylumHexapoda  – hexapods  
                   ClassInsecta  – insects, hexapoda, inseto, insectes  
                      SubclassPterygota  – insects ailés, winged insects  
                         InfraclassNeoptera  – modern, wing-folding insects  
                            SuperorderHolometabola   
                               OrderLepidoptera  – butterflies, moths, papillons, papillons de nuit, Borboleta, Mariposa  
                                  SuperfamilyBombycoidea   
                                     FamilySaturniidae Boisduval, 1837 – giant silkworm moths, royal moths  
                                        SubfamilySaturniinae Boisduval, 1837  
                                           TribeSaturniini Boisduval, 1837  
                                              GenusAgapema Neumoegen and Dyar, 1894  
                                                 SpeciesAgapema galbina (Clemens, 1860) – Tamaulipan Agapema  
       

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  Author(s)/Editor(s): Tuskes, Paul M., James P. Tuttle, and Michael M. Collins  
  Publication Date: 1996   
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  Journal/Book Name, Vol. No.: The wild silk moths of North America: a natural history of the Saturniidae of the United States and Canada   
  Page(s): ix + 250   
  Publisher: Cornell University Press   
  Publication Place: Ithaca, New York, United States   
  ISBN/ISSN: 0-8014-3130-1   
  Notes: drawings by Margaret A. Tuttle   
  Reference for: Agapema galbina   
       
  Author(s)/Editor(s): U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service  
  Publication Date: 2011   
  Article/Chapter Title: Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants; 12-Month Finding on a Petition To List the Tamaulipan Agapema, Sphingicampa blanchardi (No Common Name), and Ursia furtiva (No Common Name) as Endangered or Threatened   
  Journal/Book Name, Vol. No.: Federal Register, vol. 76, no. 187   
  Page(s): 59623-59634   
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  Reference for: Agapema galbina, Tamaulipan Agapema [English]   
       

 Geographic Information
       
  Geographic Division: North America  
    Middle America  
       
  Jurisdiction/Origin: Continental US, Native  
    Mexico, Native  
 

 

   

 Comments
       
  Comment: US ESA: Petition to list as threatened or endangered not warranted according to 12-month petition finding, as published in Federal Register Volume 76, Number 187, Pages 59623 - 59634, September 27, 2011  
 

 

   

 
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