Synanthedon exitiosa

Synonyms: Say 1823
1823 Aegeria exitiosa Say – Journ. Acad. Nat Sci Phil
1824 Apis persica Thomas – American Farmer
1825 Paranthrene pepsidiformis Hubner, Zutrage. Schmetterlinge
1826 Aegeria persicae Harris New England Farmer Vol. 5 , pg. 33
1856 Trochilium exitiosum Fitch 3rd Report State New York
1874 Sesia xiphiaeformis Boisduval Histoire naturelle Vol. 1
1881 Aegeria opalescens Hy. Edwards Papilio Vol. 1
1881 Sciapteron graefi Hy. Edwards Papilio Vol. 1 pg. 183
1882 Aegeria exitiosa var. fitchii Hy Edwards Papilio Vol. 2 pg. 55
1882 Sannina exitiosa var. fitchii Grote New Check List NA moths
1888 Aegeria xiphiaeformis Hy. Edwards Ent. Amer Vol. 3 p. 224
1894 Sannina exitiosa var. luminosa Neumoegen Ent News
1894 Parharmonia graefi Beutenmuller Am Mus Nat Hist.
1891 Sannina pacifica Riley Insect Life Vol. 3 p. 393.
1894 Sannina opalescens Beutenmuller Am Mus Nat Hist
1896 Sanninoidea exitiosa Beutenmuller Am Mus Nat Hist
1896 Sanninoidea exitiosa var. fitchii Beutenmuller Am Mus Nat Hist
1896 Sanninoidea exitiosa var. luminosa Beutenmuller Am Mus Nat Hist
1896 Sanninoidea opalescens Beutenmuller Am Mus Nat Hist
1899 Sanninoidea exitiosa var. edwardsii Beutenmuller
1899 Paranthrene pepsidiformis Beutenmuller N.Y Ent.
1901 Sanninoidea graefii var. barnesii Beutenmuller Mem. Am Mus Nat Hist
1946 Sanninoidea exitiosa form luminosa Engelhardt U.S. Nat Mus.
1946 Sanninoidea exitiosa race barnesii Engelhardt U.S. Nat Mus.
1946 Sanninoidea exitiosa race graefi Engelhardt U.S. Nat Mus.

References:
Journal of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 1823-24, Vol. 3 by Say, pp. 216 to 217.
The American Farmer, 1824, Vol. 6 by Thomas, pg. 37: as Apis persica. Not Available.
Zutrage zur Sammlung exotischer Schmetterlinge, 1825, Pt. 3? by Hubner, pg. 32.
The New England Farmer, 1826, Vol. 5 by Harris, pg. 33.
Histoire naturelle des insectes. Species général des Lépidoptères Hétérocères, 1875 [1874], Vol. 1 by Boisduval, pg. 409. Not Available.
3rd Annual Report of Noxious and Beneficial Insects of the State of New York, 1856 by Fitch, pg. 356.
The American Entomologist, 1880 by Fuller, pp. 11 to 12.
The Canadian Entomologist, 1881, Vol. 13 by Kellicott, pp. 7 to 8.
Papilio, 1881, Vol. 1 by Edwards, pg. 183.
Papilio, 1882, Vol. 2 by Edwards, pg. 55.
New Check List of North American Moths (Book), 1882 by Grote, pg. 12.
Entomologica Americana, 1887-88, Vol. 3 by Edwards, pg. 224.
Insect Life, 1890-91, Vol. 3 by Riley, pp. 392 to 393.
Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, 1894, Vol. 6 #2 by Beutenmuller, pp. 97 to 98.
Entomological News, 1894, Vol. 5 by Neumoegen, pg. 331.
Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, 1896, Vol. 8 #7 by Beutenmuller, pg. 112 and pg. 126.
Entomological News, 1897, Vol. 8 by Smith, pg. 208.
Journal of the New York Entomological Society, 1899, Vol. 7 by Beutenmuller, pp. 255 to 256.
Journal of the New York Entomological Society, 1900, Vol. 8 by Beutenmuller, pg. 254.
Memoirs of the American Museum of Natural History, 1901, Vol. 1 #6 by Beutenmuller, 265 to 271.
Journal of the Entomological Society of Ontario, 1912, Vol. 43 by Caesar and Swaine, pg. 52 and pg. 88.
Bulletin of the United States National Museum, 1946, #190 Clearwing Moths by Engelhardt, pp. 10 to 13.
The Moths of America North of Mexico, 1988, Fascicle 5.1: Sesioidea by Eichlin & Duckworth, pp. 101 to 103.
California Agriculture Occasional Papers in Entomology, 1978 #27by Duckworth & Eichlin, pp. 33 to 35.
Journal of the New York Entomological Society, 1997, Vol. 105 #1-2: Type specimens of Lepidoptera in the Tepper Collection at Michigan State University by Wilterding, pg. 72.
The Moths of America North of Mexico, 1988, Fascicle 5.1: Sesioidea by Eichlin & Duckworth, pp. 101 to 103.

Types:
Holotype as Aegeria exitiosa male by Say, 1823. Type Locality: Unknown – eastern North America. Type lost.
Holotype as Apis persica by Thomas, 1824. Type Locality: Baltimore, Maryland. Museum unknown.
Holotype as Paranthrene pepsidiformis by Hubner, 1825. Type Locality: Georgia. Museum unknown.
Holotype as Sesia xiphiaeformis by Boisduval, 1874. Type Locality: United States. In the United States National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian, Washington, D.C.
Holotype as Sciapteron graefi male & female by H. Edwards, 1881. Type Locality: Nevada. In the United States National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian, Washington, D.C.
Holotype as Aegeria opalescens male by H. Edwards, 1881. Type Locality: Nevada. In the United States National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian, Washington, D.C.
Also listed as 2 males from Colorado and Nevada in the America Museum of Natural History, Hy Edwards Collection.
Syntypes in the Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan.
Holotype as Aegeria exitiosa var. fitchii female by H. Edwards, 1882. Type Locality: Tallahassee, Florida. In the American Museum of Natural History, New York, New York in Hy. Edwards Collection.
Holotype as Sannina pacifica by Riley, 1891. Type Locality: Santa Clara County, California. In the United States National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian, Washington, D.C.
Holotype as Sannina exitiosa var. luminosa male by Neumoegen, 1894. Type Locality: Long Island, New York. In the United States National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian, Washington, D.C.
Holotype as Sanninoidea exitiosa var. edwardsii by Beutenmuller, 1899. Type Locality: Unknown. In the American Museum of Natural History, New York, New York.
Holotype as Sanninoidea graefi var. barnesii female by Beutenmuller, 1901. Type Locality: Colorado. In the Unite States National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian, Washington, D.C.

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