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Butterflies of the World, Part 49: Hesperiidae II, New World Pyrrhopyginae [Text]

Flora / Fauna Monograph
By: Olaf HH Mielke(Author), Ernst Brockmann(Author), Carlos GC Mielke(Author)
120 pages, 60 b/w line drawings
Butterflies of the World, Part 49: Hesperiidae II, New World Pyrrhopyginae [Text]
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Language: English

This is the second part to deal with the butterfly family Hesperiidae, covering the subfamily Pyrrhopyginae. This is the text volume, whereas volume 50 contains the plates. One new genus and some new species and subspecies are described, and new combinations and new, revalidated and reinstated stati are presented. Primary types are identified and mentioned with their labels whenever possible. Lectotypes and neotypes are designated to stabilise correct identification of taxa with one exception: Mimoniades minthe var. egena Mabille & Boullet, 1908, due to the lack of suitable specimen. In total, 50 genera (one new), 220 species (20 new) and 142 subspecies (18 new) are recognized as valid. New synonymies are proposed for 17 species-group names.

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Flora / Fauna Monograph
By: Olaf HH Mielke(Author), Ernst Brockmann(Author), Carlos GC Mielke(Author)
120 pages, 60 b/w line drawings
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