Bolivian Butterflies Checklist

sitio 145

Dayflying Moths from Yungas

first update d. 27 March 2010

  last update d. 31 January 2015

Redactor: Lars Andersen

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Kori Wayku inca trail, Coroico, Yungas. d. 2 February 2010. Photographer: Lars Andersen

View from Kori Wayku Inca Trail, Coroico, Yungas, Bolivia d. 2 february 2010. Photographer; Lars Andersen

Metastatia pyrrhorhoea Hübner 1827. Coroico, Yungas, Bolivia. d. 2 februar 2006. Fotograf: Lars AndersenMetastatia pyrrhorhoea Hübner 1827. Caranavi, Yungas, Bolivia. d. 6 February 2007. Photographer: Lars AndersenCaranavi d. 12 January 2010. Photographer; Lars AndersenCaranavi d. 26 January 2010. Photographer; Lars AndersenCaranavi d. 19 January 2010. Photographer; Lars AndersenKori Wayku inca trail d. 1 February 2010. Photographer; Lars AndersenCaranavi, Yungas, Bolivia. d. 1 februar 2006. Fotograf: Lars AndersenCaranavi, Yungas, Bolivia d. 13 Januar 2005. Fotograf: Lars AndersenCaranavi d. 8 January 2010. Photographer; Lars AndersenCaranavi d. 8 January 2010. Photographer; Lars AndersenCaranavi d. 8 January 2010. Photographer; Lars AndersenCaranavi, Yungas, Bolivia. February 2007. Photographer: Lars AndersenCaranavi d. 24 January 2010. Photographer; Lars AndersenCaranavi, Yungas, Bolivia d. 13 Januar 2005. Fotograf: Lars AndersenCaranavi, Yungas, Bolivia. February 2007. Photographer: Lars AndersenCaranavi, Yungas, Bolivia. February 2007. Photographer: Lars AndersenCaranavi, Yungas, Bolivia. d. 3 februar 2006. Fotograf: Lars AndersenCaranavi d. 8 January 2010. Photographer; Lars AndersenEpiscepsis melanitis male (Hübner, 1818). Caranavi d. 13 January 2010. Photographer; Lars AndersenKori Wayku inca trail d. 1 February 2010. Photographer; Lars AndersenScea steinbachi. Kori Wayku inca trail d. 2 February 2010. Photographer; Lars AndersenDarna colorata. Cloudy mountainforest; The old railroad between Coroico and Coripata,Yungas. d. 24  February 2008. Photographer: Lars AndersenDarna colorata. Kori Wayku inca trail d. 2 February 2010. Photographer; Lars AndersenCoreura simsoni Druce. Caranavi, Yungas, Bolivia. d. 30 januar 2006. Fotograf: Lars AndersenCaranavi, Yungas, Bolivia. February 2007. Photographer: Lars AndersenCaranavi d. 16 January 2010. Photographer; Lars AndersenKori Wayku inca trail d. 2 February 2010. Photographer; Lars AndersenCaranavi d. 28 January 2010. Photographer; Lars AndersenKori Wayku inca trail d. 1 February 2010. Photographer; Lars AndersenCaranavi. d. 3 february 2007. Photographer: Lars AndersenCaranavi, Yungas, Bolivia. d. 1 februar 2006. Fotograf: Lars AndersenCaranavi, Yungas, Bolivia. d. 1 februar 2006. Fotograf: Lars AndersenCaranavi, Yungas, Bolivia. February 2007. Photographer: Lars AndersenRio Broncini, Yungas, Bolivia. d. 7 februar 2006. Fotograf: Lars AndersenKori Wayku inca trail d. 3 February 2010. Photographer; Lars AndersenCaranavi d. 12 January 2010. Photographer; Lars AndersenChetone species. Caranavi, Yungas, Bolivia. February 2007. Photographer: Lars AndersenHypocrita plagifera. Caranavi d. 17 January 2010. Photographer; Lars AndersenHypocrita plagifera. Caranavi d. 17 January 2010. Photographer; Lars AndersenChetone species. Caranavi d. 25 January 2010. Photographer; Lars AndersenThe old railroad / Kori Wayku inca trail, Yungas, elev. 2000 m. 27 January 2009. Photographer: Lars Andersen Giant Sugarcaneborer, Castnia licus. Caranavi d. 17 January 2010. Photographer; Lars AndersenGiant Sugarcaneborer, Castnia licus. Caranavi, Yungas, Bolivia. d. 6 February 2007. Photographer: Lars AndersenPseudatteria volanica. Coroico, Yungas, Bolivia. d. 20 januar 2006. Fotograf: Lars AndersenCaranavi, Yungas, Bolivia. February 2007. Photographer: Lars AndersenCaranavi d. 28 January 2010. Photographer; Lars AndersenCaranavi d. 28 January 2010. Photographer; Lars AndersenCaranavi d. 28 January 2010. Photographer; Lars AndersenChoro d. 31 January 2010. Photographer; Lars AndersenUrania leilus. Rio Broncini, Caranavi, Yungas, Bolivia d.13 januar 2005. Fotograf: Lars AndersenUrania leilus. Caranavi d. 26 January 2010. Photographer; Lars AndersenUrania leilus. Caranavi d. 26 January 2010. Photographer; Lars AndersenUrania leilus. The road between Caranavi and Guarnay,Yungas. February 2008. Photographer: Lars AndersenUrania leilus. The road between Caranavi and Guarnay,Yungas. February 2008. Photographer: Lars AndersenCtenuchinae species. Coroico, Yungas, Bolivia d. 12 january 2012.   Photographer; Lars AndersenCtenuchinae species. Coroico, Yungas, Bolivia d. 14  february 2012.   Photographer; Lars AndersenPseudatteria cantharopa pulchra. Caranavi d. 14 january 2012. Photographer;Lars Andersen

Giant Sugarcaneborer, Castnia licus. Caranavi, Yungas, Bolivia. d. 6 February 2007. Photographer: Lars Andersen Giant Sugarcane-Borer, Castnia licus Fabricius (Castniidae) The caterpillar of this gaudy moth bores into the stems of sugar-cane. Castnia genus of dayflying moths, together with other Castniids, were a one time grouped with the butterflies they resemble in antennal shape, wingshape and coloration.    
Coroico, Yungas, elev. 2000 m. 29 January 2009. Photographer: Lars Andersen Ctenuchidae. Many of the 3000 species of this family of moths are mimics of various genera of wasp.    
Chetone species. Caranavi d. 25 January 2010. Photographer; Lars Andersen Chetone Boisduval (Hypsidae) About 11 species are place in this neotropical genus of day-flying moths. Most species are apparently mimetic partners of various species of Heliconiinae, Ithomiinae and other butterflies and moths.    
Darna colorata. Kori Wayku inca trail d. 2 February 2010. Photographer; Lars Andersen Darna Walker (Hypsidae) There are a present 18 species exclusively neotropical genus of moths. One group of brilliantly colored species which includes D. colorata, is a model for species of Lucillella, a genus of Riodinidae butterflies. Another group is mimetically associated with Dioptidae.    
Urania leilus. Caranavi d. 26 January 2010. Photographer; Lars Andersen Urania Fabricius (Uraniidae) This is the only New World representative of its family. In colour patern and particularly in coloration it is similar to the African and Madagascan genus Chrysiridia. There are about 8 species, all solely neotropical in distrubution.    
Geometridae; Erateina julia. Caranavi d. 18 january 2013. Photographer; Peter Møllmann Erateina julia. (Subfamily Larentiinae) comprises of about 80 known species. Most are dark brown on the upperside, with a white patch or bar on the forewing. The hindwings are often marked with streaks of yellow or red, but in some species are plain brown.    
Pseudatteria volanica. Coroico, Yungas, Bolivia. d. 20 januar 2006. Fotograf: Lars Andersen Pseudatteria Walsingham (Tortricidae) This is a genus of micro-moths with large, brightly coloured species, probaly some of the most remarkable-looking of all the neotropical Tortricids. Since all the species of Pseudatteria are brightly coloured and conspicuously patterned it is assumed that they are the  distasteful models and the species in other genera, which look like them, the mimics.    
Caranavi, Yungas, Bolivia d. 13 Januar 2005. Fotograf: Lars Andersen      

 

Sacramento Alto between Yolosa and Unduarvi. 2700 m.a. date 30 January 2015. Photographer; Peter Møllmann

Sacramento Alto between Yolosa and Unduarvi. 2700 m.a. 30th January 2015. Photographer; Peter Møllmann

 Flannel Moth, Family: Megalopygidae. Caranavi december 2014. Photographer; Peter Møllmann

Flannel Moth, Family: Megalopygidae. Caranavi december 2014. Photographer; Peter Møllmann

Alcoche, elev. 600 m. d.  30 January 2012. Photographer: Lars AndersenAlcoche, elev. 600 m. d.  30 January 2012. Photographer: Lars AndersenKori Wayku inca trail elev. 2000 m. d.  11 February 2012. Photographer: Lars Andersen


Mariposas de Bolivia 

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Mariposas de Bolivia 

Enero 2009

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Mariposas de Bolivia 

Enero - Febrero 2008

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Mariposas de Bolivia 

Enero 2007

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Mariposas de Bolivia 

Enero 2006

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