Gogana

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Gogana
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Insecta
Order: Lepidoptera
Family: Drepanidae
Genus: Gogana
(Walker, 1866)
Species

See text.

Synonyms

Ametroptila
Liocrops
Trotothyris

Gogana is a genus of moths of the family Drepanidae.[1] There are about 15 described species and several undescribed ones[citation needed]. All are found on Borneo, however the ranges of some also include Sumatra and peninsular Malaysia. The larvae feed on palms.

Species[edit]

  • G. abnormalis (found in peninsular Malaysia and Sumatra)
Food plants include Calamus manan
  • G. bornormalis
  • G. carnosa[verification needed]
  • G. cottrillii (found in peninsular Malaysia)
  • G. conwayi[verification needed]
  • G. fragilis
  • G. integra (found in peninsular Malaysia)
  • G. kerara (found in peninsular Malaysia)
Food plants include Daemonorops grandis, Orania macrocladus
  • G. ossicolor
  • G. semibrevis
Food plants include Calamus nanus
  • G. specularis (found in peninsular Malaysia)
  • G. streptoperoides
  • G. tenera (found in peninsular Malaysia)
  • G. turbinifera

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Moths of Borneo". Moths of Borneo. Retrieved 2011-12-19. 

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