文獻來源: Holloway, J.D. 2009. The Moths of Borneo: Family Noctuidae, subfamilies Pantheinae (part), Bagisartnae, Acontiinae, Aediinae, Eustrotiinae, Bryophilinae, Araeopteroninae, Aventiinae, Eublemminae and further miscellanerous genera. Malayan Nature Journal 62(1&2): 1-240.
Bornean moths in the noctuid subfamilies Pantheinae, Bagaristinae, Acontiinae, Aediinae, Eustrotiinae, Bryophilinae, Araeopteroninae, Aventiinae and Eublemminae are described, though the first two have been partially covered in other parts of this series. The first six belong to the Noctuidae sensu stricto and the remainder fall within the quadrifine sequence of subfamilies. The Oriental Bagisarinae are reviewed in some detail, with some additions to the genera included. A new concept of the Aventiinae si developed to embrace the majority of the traditional Acontiinae/Eustrotiinae genera in Sundaland and also the Trisatelini. This concept could be broadened to include the Eublemminae and the grouping of genera allied to Saroba Walker, but not to Pangraptinae. Some genera traditionally associated with the Hypeninae, such as Prolophota Hampson, are also included. The treatment convers 270 species distributed over 70 genera. For each species, a diagnosis and the geographical range are given and, where known, details of habitat preference and biology. Summary lists are provided of the new taxa described (4 genera and 88 species) as well as of numerous other taxonomic changes. A checklist of all species summarises the fauna.