Hypercompe - Species


Species include:

  • Hypercompe abdominalis
Recorded food plants include Brassica and Veronica
  • Hypercompe albescens
Food plant: Musa
  • Hypercompe albicornis
Recorded food plants include Helianthus, Luffa and Phaseolus
  • Hypercompe albiscripta
  • Hypercompe alpha
  • Hypercompe amulaensis
  • Hypercompe andromela
  • Hypercompe anomala
  • Hypercompe atra
  • Hypercompe bari
  • Hypercompe beckeri
  • Hypercompe bolivar
  • Hypercompe brasiliensis
  • Hypercompe bricenoi
  • Hypercompe burmeisteri
  • Hypercompe campinasa
Food plant: Gossypium herbaceum
  • Hypercompe castronis
  • Hypercompe caudata
  • Hypercompe cermellii
Recorded food plants include Gossypium, Plantago and Solanum
  • Hypercompe chelifer
  • Hypercompe confusa
  • Hypercompe conspersa
  • Hypercompe contexta
  • Hypercompe cotyora
  • Hypercompe cretacea
  • Hypercompe cunigunda
Food plant: Syagrus romanzoffiana
  • Hypercompe decora
  • Hypercompe deflorata
  • Hypercompe detecta
  • Hypercompe dissimilis
  • Hypercompe dognini
  • Hypercompe dubia
  • Hypercompe ecpantherioides
  • Hypercompe eridanus
Recorded food plants include Cissus, Citrus, Erythrina, Ipomoea, Musa, Panicum and Vanilla
  • Hypercompe euripides
  • Hypercompe extrema
  • Hypercompe flavopunctata
  • Hypercompe fuscescens
  • Hypercompe gaujoni
  • Hypercompe hambletoni
Recorded food plants include Bidens, Eriobotrya, Gossypium, Hibiscus, Manihot and Ricinus
  • Hypercompe heterogena
  • Hypercompe icasia
Recorded food plants include Apium, Cecropia, Cissus, Citrus, Erechtites, Erythrina, Ipomoea, Musa, Phaseolus, Psidium, Solanum, Vanilla
  • Hypercompe indecisa
Recorded food plants include Beta, Brassica, Citrus, Cucurbita, Datura, Diospyros, Fragaria, Hippeastrum, Leucanthemum, Persea, Pisum, Prunus, Ricinus, Rosa, Senecio, Solanum, Spiraea and Zea
  • Hypercompe jaguarina
  • Hypercompe kennedyi
  • Hypercompe kinkelini
  • Hypercompe laeta
  • Hypercompe lemairei
  • Hypercompe leucarctioides
  • Hypercompe magdelenae
  • Hypercompe marcescens
  • Hypercompe melanoleuca
  • Hypercompe mielkei
  • Hypercompe mus
  • Hypercompe muzina
Food plant: Theobroma cacao
  • Hypercompe nemophila
  • Hypercompe neurophylla
  • Hypercompe nigriloba
  • Hypercompe nigriplaga
  • Hypercompe obscura
  • Hypercompe obsolescens
  • Hypercompe obtecta
  • Hypercompe ockendeni
  • Hypercompe ocularia
  • Hypercompe ochreator
  • Hypercompe orbiculata
  • Hypercompe orsa
Recorded food plants include Lantana, Senecio and Sphagneticola
  • Hypercompe oslari
  • Hypercompe permaculata Many-spotted Tiger
  • Hypercompe perplexa
  • Hypercompe persephone
  • Hypercompe persola
  • Hypercompe pertestacea
  • Hypercompe peruvensis
  • Hypercompe praeclara
  • Hypercompe robusta
  • Hypercompe scribonia, Giant Leopard Moth
  • Hypercompe simplex
  • Hypercompe suffusa
  • Hypercompe tenebra
  • Hypercompe tessellata
  • Hypercompe testacea
  • Hypercompe theophila
  • Hypercompe trinitatis
  • Hypercompe turruptianoides

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