Phintia podarceJames S. Miller and Andrew V. Z. Brower
Associated for nearly a century with Josia, Miller (2009) recently resurrected the genus Phintia for this species and its sister taxon. A rare day-flying moth, Phintia podarce occurs from the lower Amazon to the Andean foothills of Peru.
Miller, JS. 2009. Generic revision of the Dioptinae (Lepidoptera: Noctuoidea: Notodontidae). Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 321, 1-971 + 48 plates.
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