Three female representatives of Anua mejanesi (Guenee) have been captured with the help of light traps from far flung localities of Arunachal Pradesh and studied by following techniques in Lepidopterology. The identification of collected specimens was done with the help of relevant literature and confirmed by making comparison with the identified collections lying in different National museums i.e. Forest Research Institute (FRI), Dehradun and Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI), New Delhi. Gentitalic attributes provide species specific character for the identification of moths. Species Anua mejanesi (Guenee) has been redescribed by incorporating external female genitalic characters in its diagnosis and recorded for the first time from North-East India.
|Singh H "Detailed Studies on Female Genitalia of Anua mejanesi (Guenee)" Journal of Zoology Studies 1.6 (2014): 50-53.|
|Singh, H. (2014). Detailed Studies on Female Genitalia of Anua mejanesi (Guenee). Journal of Zoology Studies, 1(6), 50-53.|
|Singh H. Detailed Studies on Female Genitalia of Anua mejanesi (Guenee). Journal of Zoology Studies. 2014; 1(6): 50-53.|