This study analyzes the intraspecific variations in the morphology of Odontodes aleuca Guenée, a complex noctuid species distributed in the Oriental region. This variation is explicit in the forewing coloring patterns. It was observed that the specimens fall under five forewing pattern groups. Despite these remarkable differences in wing pattern, no variation could be observed in their male and female genitalia.
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Vol. 124 • No. 2