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 Post subject: Mayby a new Lycaenidae from Caranavi?
PostPosted: Tue Mar 29, 2011 7:40 am 
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Nicolaea bagrada? besidia? (could be new sp.)ID from Jorge Bizarro d. 27 march 2011. Butterflies are found in Caranavi d. 19 february 2007.
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Here a photos from internet of Calycopis centoripa Lock on: http://www.flickr.com/photos/sumacmuyu/3185025923/

this one is the same Nicolaea sp.
http://www.danske-natur.dk/images13/ble071320a.jpg

d. 16 january 2016; After nearly nine years ago, when I photographed this unknowns Ministreak species in Caranavi, Yungas, Bolivia, where I perhaps thought it must be an undescribed species? I found it on the website "Learn about Butterflies and Moths". So finally I got the name on it. It is: Cleon Ministreak, Ministrymon cleon (Fabricius, 1775): http://www.learnaboutbutterflies.com/Amazon%20-%20Ministrymon%20cleon.htm

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 Post subject: Re: Mayby a new Lycaenidae from Caranavi?
PostPosted: Tue Mar 29, 2011 7:46 am 
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Another Blue from Caranavi d. 5 February 2006.
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Email from Jorge Bizarro d. 27 march 2011;
Ministrymon fostera. this one seem to be the female of "fostera" (this name was applied to a specimen from São Paulo state, Brazil... so I doubt it might ocuur in Bolivia, unless it extends to Mato Grosso). the interesting about this species is the two vertical lines on the forewing discal cell.... I haven't seen nothing like that in D'Abrera, except the poor speciment of 'fostera'.

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 Post subject: Re: Mayby a new Lycaenidae from Caranavi?
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The first one is probably an undescribed species related to Nicolaea demilineata from Paraguay.


 
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 Post subject: Re: Mayby a new Lycaenidae from Caranavi?
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atronox wrote:
The first one is probably an undescribed species related to Nicolaea demilineata from Paraguay.


Hello Atronox, it is still a mystery, which Lycaenidae species it is? with best regards Lars Andersen

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 Post subject: Re: Mayby a new Lycaenidae from Caranavi?
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d. 16 january 2016; After nearly nine years ago, when I photographed this unknowns Ministreak species in Caranavi, Yungas, Bolivia, where I perhaps thought it must be an undescribed species? I found it on the website "Learn about Butterflies and Moths". So finally I got the name on it. It is: Cleon Ministreak, Ministrymon cleon (Fabricius, 1775): http://www.learnaboutbutterflies.com/Amazon%20-%20Ministrymon%20cleon.htm

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 Post subject: Re: Mayby a new Lycaenidae from Caranavi?
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lars wrote:
d. 16 january 2016; After nearly nine years ago, when I photographed this unknowns Ministreak species in Caranavi, Yungas, Bolivia, where I perhaps thought it must be an undescribed species? I found it on the website "Learn about Butterflies and Moths". So finally I got the name on it. It is: Cleon Ministreak, Ministrymon cleon (Fabricius, 1775): http://www.learnaboutbutterflies.com/Amazon%20-%20Ministrymon%20cleon.htm

Yes!!! You're right, I overlooked that


 
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