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Sabaria” anagoga Prout
Sabaria anagoga Prout, 1931, Novit. zool. 37: 29.

This species was described from a male deposited in the Hamburg Museum and was therefore probably destroyed by bombing during the war. The description (of a cinnamon-drab and fawn insect, coloured as in some forms of Anagoga pulveraria Linnaeus, irrorated and strigulated, intermediate between rondelaria and Zomia group taxa) could apply, but not very precisely, to any member of the spurca complex, though with yellow present only on the hindwing underside. The identity of anagoga cannot therefore be fixed.

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