2 edition of Notes on the butterflies of the genus Velamysta (Ithomiidae) with a key to the species by W.T.M. Forbes found in the catalog.
Notes on the butterflies of the genus Velamysta (Ithomiidae) with a key to the species by W.T.M. Forbes
John H. Masters
|Statement||by John H. Masters.|
|Series||Mid-continent lepidoptera series -- v. 4 (no. 58)|
|Contributions||Forbes, William T. M. 1885-1968.|
|The Physical Object|
The Homerus swallowtail, Papilio (Pterourus) homerus (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae), is an endangered species of butterfly endemic to Jamaica. As the largest species of the genus Papilio in the world and the largest butterfly in the Western Hemisphere, this rare butterfly once inhabited most of Jamaica but has now dwindled into two tiny populations: an eastern . Ithomiini is a butterfly tribe in the nymphalid subfamily Danainae. Some authors consider the group to be a subfamily (Ithomiinae). These butterflies are exclusively Neotropical, found in humid forests from sea level to m, from Mexico to Argentina. There are around species in some 40–45 gen.
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Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. ; – Penz by: 3. Veladyris is a genus of clearwing butterflies, named by Fox in They are in the brush-footed butterfly family, Nymphalidae.
It contains only one species, Veladyris pardalis, which is found in Ecuador and Peru. Subspecies. pardalis (Ecuador) V.
aurea Lamas, (Ecuador) V. christina Lamas, (Peru)Family: Nymphalidae. Ithomiini is a butterfly tribe in the nymphalid subfamily authors consider the group to be a subfamily (Ithomiinae).These butterflies are exclusively Neotropical, found in humid forests from sea level to m, from Mexico to are around species in Class: Insecta.
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