Bolivian Butterflies Checklist

sitio 112 

Nymphalidae;

 Haeterini & Melanitini Checkliste

first update d. 20 February 2010

  last update d. 26 January 2018

Redactor: Lars Andersen

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  Nymphalidae; Satyrinae; Haeterini      
           
  172Pierella astyoche ssp.         
  173Pierella hortona albofasciata  Pusiliani, Caranavi, Yungas, Bolivia january 23, 2018. Photographer; Peter Møllmann White-barred Lady Slipper, Pierella hortona ssp. albofasciata (Rosenberg & Talbot, 1914).
Pusiliani, Caranavi, Yungas, Bolivia
january 23, 2018. Photographer; Kirsten Matthiesen
   
  174Pierella hyalinus hyalinus         
  175Pierella hyceta ceryce  Pierella hyceta ceryce. Rio Negro,  Caranavi, elev. 900 m. d.  19 december 2014. Photographer: Peter Møllmann
Golden Lady Slipper, Pierella hyceta ceryce. Rio Negro elev. 900 m.,
Pierella hyceta ceryce. Caranavi, Yungas, Bolivia d. 15 january 2013. Photographer; Michael F. Quijarro-Caranavi, Yungas. d. 22 february 2007. Photographer: Lars AndersenQuijarro-Caranavi, Yungas. d. 22 february 2007. Photographer: Lars Andersen  
         Pierella hyceta hyceta Peru        
  176Pierella lamia boliviana        
  177Pierella lena brasiliensis         
  178Posttaygetis penelea         
  189. Pseudohaetera hypaesia Pseudohaetera hypaesia. Caranavi, Yungas, Bolivia d. 15 january 2013. Photographer;  Werner Kunz      
  19 Cithaerias pireta aurorina  Quijarro-Caranavi, Yungas. d. 22 february 2007. Photographer: Lars Andersen Quijarro-Caranavi, Yungas. d. 14 february 2008. Photographer: Lars Andersen    
  20 Cithaerias pyropina songoana        

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  Nymphalidae; Satyrinae; Melanitini      
  95Manataria hercyna hyrnethia         

 


Morphological and molecular evidence supports recognition of Cithaerias cliftoni (Constantino, 1995) as a species distinct from C. pireta (Stoll, 1780) and C. aurorina (Weymer, 1910).

By Luis Miguel Constantino

6 june 2016

Cithaerias cliftoni Constantino, 1995 is a member of the tribe Haeterini (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae: Satyrinae) confined to the Neotropical region. The butterflies of this tribe, are for the most part, readily distinguished from all other groups of the Satyrinae by having largely transparent wings with one or two ocelli and patches of color on the hindwing margin (Constantino 1992). C. cliftoni is a good species inhabiting the rainforests of the upper Amazon basin in the eastern slopes of the Andes of Colombia, Ecuador and North of Peru ........... read more here

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Enero 2007

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