Bibliography of butterflies


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Descimon, Henri, and James Mast

1971. Contribution a la connaisance des lépidoptères de l'Equateur: Le genre Heliconius Latreille (Nymphalidae). Alexanor 7(2): 69 79, pl. 2, 2 figs. (24 June), (3): 121 133, pls. 3 4 (9 October) [general; behavior; ecology; new forms: H. atthis form gerstneriana, H. erato microclea form microfluens, H. melpomene xenoclea form integra]

1975. Contribution a l'étude des nymphalides néotropicales. Description de formes nouvelles du genre Agrias Dbld. Alexanor 8(8): 338 341, 5 figs. (23 January) [A. pericles eberti, A. p. e. form kesselringi, A. p. rubella form flavella, A. aedon form denhezi; Brazil, Colombia]

1979. Contibución al conocimiento de las Nymphalidae neotropi-cales: Epiphile adrasta Hewitson. Revista de la Sociedad mexicana de Lepidopterología 5(1): 39 47, 3 pls. (30 October) [new subspecies: E. a. escalantei; Mexico, Central America]

1984. Semispecies relationships between Heliconius erato cyrbia Godt. and H. himera Hew. in Southwestern Ecuador. Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera 22(4): 229 237, 2 figs., 1 tab. (15 March) [hybrids]

1995. Nouvelles formes péruviennes du genre Perisama (Nymphalidae). Lambillionea 95(1)(1): 9-18, pl. 1 (March) [P. patara arletta, P. tryphaena clara, P. lebasii koenigi, P. canoma lamasi, P. jurinei klugi]



Descimon, Henri, James Mast and Jean Robert Stoffel

1973 74. Contribution a l'étude des nymphalides néotropicales. Description de trois nouveaux Prepona mexicains. Alexanor 8(3): 101 105, figs. A B (29 September 1973), (4): 155 159, pl. 8, fig. C (8 January 1974), (5): 235 240, fig. D (21 March 1974) [general; ecology; P. (P.) escalantiana, P. (Archaeoprepona) demophon occidentalis]



Desmarest, Eugène [1816 1889]

1847. In: D'Orbigny, C. D. (Ed.), Dictionnaire Universel d'Histoire Naturelle. Paris, Renard, Martinet et Cie. 9: 457 463 (Papilio), 463 464 (Papillonides) [general; morphology; Neotropics]

1848a. In: D'Orbigny, C. D. (Ed.), Dictionnaire Universel d'Histoire Naturelle. Paris, Renard, Martinet et Cie. 11: 368 369 (Satyridae), 596 (Sicyonia), 598 599 (Siderone) ([9 September]), 767 (Spionades [sic]), 800 (Stalactis [sic]) [general; morphology]

1848b-[49]a. In: D'Orbigny, C. D. (Ed.), Dictionnaire Universel d'Histoire Naturelle. Paris, Renard, Martinet et Cie. 12: 75 (Strymon) ([9 September] 1848), 120 (Symmachia), 127 (Synargis), 128 (Synchloe), 135 (Syrmatia) ([31 December] 1848), 334 (Tamyris), 440 (Telegonus), 446 (Temenis) ([2 January 1849]), 473 (Terias), 546 (Tharops), 553 (Thereus), 554 (Therites [sic]), 557 (Thisbe), 562 (Thracides), 571 (Thyridia), 581 (Tigridia), 597 (Tmolus) ([1849]) [general]

1849b. In: D'Orbigny, C. D. (Ed.), Dictionnaire Universel d'Histoire Naturelle. Paris, Renard, Martinet et Cie. 13: 219 220 (Victorina), 343 344 (Zaretis), 347 (Zeonia), 349 (Zetides) [general]

Desmier de Chenon, Roch

1978. See Genty, P. et al., 1978.

2004. See Li, Z. et al., 2004.

Desmier de Chenon, Roch, Alimin Sipayung and P. Sudharto

2002a. A decade of biological control against Chromolaena odorata at the Indonesian Oil Palm Research Institute in Manihat, pp. 46-52, 1 tab. In: Zachariades, C., R. Muniappan & L. W. Strathie (Eds.), Proceedings of the Fifth International Workshop on Biological Control and Management of Chromolaena odorata. Durban, Agricultural Reserch Council, Plant Protection Research Institute. [Actinote anteas (Doubleday); life history; host plant; Costa Rica]

2002b. A new biological agent, Actinote anteas, introduced into Indonesia from South America for the control of Chromolaena odorata, pp. 170-176, 1 tab. In: Zachariades, C., R. Muniappan & L. W. Strathie (Eds.), Proceedings of the Fifth International Workshop on Biological Control and Management of Chromolaena odorata. Durban, Agricultural Reserch Council, Plant Protection Research Institute. [life history; behavior; host plants; Costa Rica, Colombia, Venezuela, Brazil]

Dethier, Vincent Gaston [1915 1993]

1938. See Davenport, D. D. & V. G. Dethier, 1938.

1940a. Metamorphoses of Cuban Hesperiinae. Psyche (Cam-bridge) 46(4): 147 155, pl. 9 (January) [general; eggs, larvae, pupae]

1940b. Life histories of Cuban Lepidoptera. Psyche (Cambridge) 47(1): 14 26, pl. 3 (April) [general; eggs, larvae, pupae]

1941a. Chemical factors determining the choice of food plants by Papilio larvae. American Naturalist 75(756): 61  73, 2 tabs. (January) [general; Neotropics]

1941b. The antennae of lepidopterous larvae. Bulletin of the Museum of comparative Zoology 87(6): 455 507, 9 pls. (March) [general; anatomy; histology; classification; evolution; behavior]

1941c. Metamorphoses of Cuban Nymphalidae and Lycaenidae. Psyche (Cambridge) 48(2/3): 70 78, pls. 5 6 (October) [general; eggs, larvae, pupae]

1942a. Metamorphoses of common Cuban Pyrginae. Psyche (Cambridge) 49(1/2): 4 7 (July) [general; eggs, larvae, pupae]

1942b. Hesperiidae affecting sugar cane in Cuba. Memorias de la Sociedad cubana de Historia natural "Felipe Poey" 16(2): 167 176, pl. 26 (15 August) [Lerodea tripunctus (Herrich  Schäffer), Prenes nyctelius coscinia (Herrich Schäffer), P. nero sylvicola (Herrich Schäffer), Perichares coridon coridon (Fabricius); eggs, larvae, pupae]

1942c. The early stages of Lerema cornelius Latreille. Memorias de la Sociedad cubana de Historia natural "Felipe Poey" 16(2): 177 178, pl. 27 (15 August) [Cuba]

1946. Supplement to the bibliography of the described life histories of the Rhopalocera of America north of Mexico. Psyche (Cambridge) 53(1/2): 15 20 (16 December) [general; Mexico]

Devoto, Mariano

2002. See Medan, D. et al., 2002.



DeVries, Philip James [1952  ]

1976. Notes on the behavior of Eumaeus minyas [sic] (Hübner) (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) in Costa Rica. Brenesia (San José) 8: 103 (March)

1977. Eumaeus minyas [sic] (Hübner), an aposematic lycaenid butterfly. Brenesia (San José) 12/13: 269 270 (August) [Costa Rica]

1978. An annotated list of the butterflies of Parque Nacional Corco­vado during the dry season. Brenesia (San José) 14/15: 47 56 (March) [Costa Rica; general; ecology, behavior]

1979a. A record of Agrias amydon (Nymphalidae) from Costa Rica. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 32(4): 310, 1 fig. (28 February)

1979b. Pollen feeding rainforest Parides and Battus butterflies in Costa Rica. Biotropica 11(3): 237 238, 1 fig. (September) [Parides childrenae Gray, P. arcas mylotes Bates, Battus crassus lepidus Felder]

1980a. The genus Agrias (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae: Charaxinae) in Costa Rica. Description of a new subspecies of Agrias amydon, new records, and natural history observations. Brenesia (San José) 17: 295 302, 2 figs. (July) [A. a. philatelica]

1980b. Description, natural history, and distribution of a new species of Eretris (Satyridae) from Costa Rica. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 34(2): 146 151, 6 figs. (23 September) [E. suzannae]

1980c. Observations on the apparent lek behavior in Costa Rican rainforest Perrhybris pyrrha Cramer (Pieridae). Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera 17(3): 142 144 ([27 December])

1982. The case of Perrhybris lypera (Pieridae) and the Lauraceae: host plant record or assumption? Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 36(3): 229 230 (14 December) [Costa Rica]

1983a. See Singer, M. C. et al., 1983.

1983b. Zamia skinneri & Z. fairchildiana (Zamia, Palmera Siempre Verde, Cycad), pp. 349 350, 1 fig. In: Janzen, D. H. (Ed.), Costa Rican Natural History. Chicago, The University of Chicago Press. [Eumaeus minijas (Hübner); host plants; Costa Rica]

1983c. Checklist of butterflies, pp. 654 678, 1 fig. In: Janzen, D. H. (Ed.), Costa Rican Natural History. Chicago, The University of Chicago Press. [general; Costa Rica]

1983d. Caligo memnon (Buhito Pardo, Caligo, Cream Owl Butter­fly), pp. 703 704. In: Janzen, D. H. (Ed.), Costa Rican Natural History. Chicago, The University of Chicago Press. [life history; ecology; Costa Rica]

1983e. Catasticta teutilla [sic] (Paracaida, Teutilla), pp. 706 707, 1 fig. In: Janzen, D. H. (Ed.), Costa Rican Natural History. Chicago, The University of Chicago Press. [life history; ecology; Costa Rica]

1983f. Euptychia hermes (Nimfa [sic] Café de Zacate, Grass Nymph), pp. 722 723, 1 fig. In: Janzen, D. H. (Ed.), Costa Rican Natural History. Chicago, The University of Chicago Press. [life history; ecology; Costa Rica]

1983g. Hamadryas februa (Soñadora Común, Calico, Common Calico), pp. 729 730, 1 fig. In: Janzen, D. H. (Ed.), Costa Rican Natural History. Chicago, The University of Chicago Press. [life history; ecology; Costa Rica]

1983h. Heliconius hecale (Hecale), pp. 730 731, 1 fig. In: Janzen, D. H. (Ed.), Costa Rican Natural History. Chicago, The University of Chicago Press. [life history; ecology; Costa Rica]

1983i. Historis odius (Orion), pp. 731 732, 1 fig. In: Janzen, D. H. (Ed.), Costa Rican Natural History. Chicago, The University of Chicago Press. [life history; ecology; Costa Rica]

1983j. Morpho peleides (Celeste Común, Morfo, Morpho), pp. 741 742, 1 fig. In: Janzen, D. H. (Ed.), Costa Rican Natural History. Chicago, The University of Chicago Press. [life history; ecology; Costa Rica]

1983k. Papilio cresphontes (Lechera, Papilio Grande, Giant Swallow­tail), pp. 751 752, 1 fig. In: Janzen, D. H. (Ed.), Costa Rican Natural History. Chicago, The University of Chicago Press. [life history; ecology; Costa Rica]

1983l. Phoebis philea (Sulfúrea Quemada, Orange barred Sulfur), pp. 754 755, 1 fig. In: Janzen, D. H. (Ed.), Costa Rican Natural History. Chicago, The University of Chicago Press. [life history; ecology; Costa Rica]

1984. Butterflies and Tachinidae: does the parasite always kill its host? Journal of natural History 18(2): 323 326, 1 fig. ([1] March) [Cissia confusa Staudinger; Costa Rica]

1986a. Hostplant records and natural history notes on Costa Rican butterflies (Papilionidae, Pieridae & Nymphalidae). Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera 24(4): 290 333, 3 tabs. (15 May) [general]

1986b. See Greig, N. & P. J. DeVries, 1986.

1987. The butterflies of Costa Rica and their natural history. Papilionidae, Pieridae, Nymphalidae. Princeton, Princeton University Press. xxii + 327 pp., 50 pls., 35 figs., 3 tabs., 2 maps. [general; host plants; eggs, larvae, pupae, imagines; ecology; distribution; Neotropics]

1988a. Stratification of fruit-feeding nymphalid butterflies in a Costa Rican rainforest. Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera 26(1/4): 98-108, 4 tabs. (15 November) [general]

1988b. The larval ant-organs of Thisbe irenea (Lepidoptera: Riodinidae) and their effects upon attending ants. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 94(4): 379-393, 3 figs., 3 tabs. ([13] December) [Panama]

1989a. The use of epiphylls as larval hostplants by the Neotropical riodinid butterfly, Sarota gyas. Journal of natural History 22(6): 1447-1450, 1 fig. ([11 January]) [life history; Panama, Costa Rica]

1989b. Notes on Panacea procilla lysimache (Nymphalidae) from Costa Rica. Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera 27(2): 140-141 (15 July) [general; behavior]

1989c. The butterflies of Hispaniola, 1989, A. Schwartz. Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera 27(3/4): 274-276 (10 December) [general; book review]

1990. Enhancement of symbioses between butterfly caterpillars and ants by vibrational communication. Science 248: 1104-1106, 1 fig., 1 tab. (1 June) [Riodinidae, Lycaenidae; Costa Rica, Panama, Ecuador]

1991a. Mutualism between Thisbe irenea butterflies and ants, and the role of ant ecology in the evolution of larval-ant associations. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 43(3): 179-195, 5 tabs. ([23] July) [Panama]

1991b. Detecting and recording the calls produced by butterfly caterpillars and ants. Journal of Research on the Lepi-doptera 28(4): 258-262, 1 fig. (15 September) [general]

1991c. Gesneriaceae as a larval hostplant of Hyposcada virginiana (Nymphalidae: Ithomiinae). Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera 28(4): 310-312 (15 September) [Costa Rica]

1991d. Call production by myrmecophilous riodinid and lycaenid butterfly caterpillars (Lepidoptera): Morphological, acoustical, functional, and evolutionary patterns. American Museum Novitates 3025: 1-23, 8 figs., 5 tabs. (26 November) [general]

1991e. Evolutionary and ecological patterns in myrmecophilous riodinid butterflies, pp. 143-156, 5 figs., 1 tab. In: Huxley, R. C. & D. F. Cutler (Eds.), Ant-plant interactions. Oxford, Oxford University Press. [general]

1992. Singing caterpillars, ants and symbiosis. Scientific American 267(4): 76-82, figs. (October) [Thisbe irenea (Cramer); host plant; behavior]

1994. Patterns of butterfly diversity and promising topics in natural history and ecology, pp. 187-194, 1 fig., 2 tabs. In: McDade, L. A., K. S. Bawa, H. A. Hespenheide & G. S. Hartshorn (Eds.), La Selva. Ecology and Natural History of a Neotropical Rain Forest. Chicago, The University of Chicago Press. [general]

1995a. The butterflies of the West Indies and South Florida. 1994. D. Spencer Smith, L. D. Miller & J. Y. Miller. Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera 31(3/4): 293-295 (1 Novem-ber) [general; book review]

1995b. Swallowtail butterflies of the Americas/A study in biological dynamics, ecological diversity, biosystematics and conservation. 1994. By Hamilton A. Tyler, Keith S. Brown, Jr. and Kent H. Wilson. Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera 31(3/4): 295-297 (1 November) [general; book review]

1996. See Hawkins, B. A. & P. J. DeVries, 1996.

1997a. Breathing new life into the study of butterflies. American Scientist 85(5): 477-478, 1 fig. (September-October) [general; Venezuela; book review]

1997b. The butterflies of Costa Rica and their natural history. Volume II. Riodinidae. Princeton University Press. xxvii + 288 pp., 25 pls., 59 figs., 11 tabs. [general; taxonomy; behavior; ecology; life history; egg, larva, pupa, imago; host plants; pathogens; parasites; parasitoids; predators; mimicry; diversity; distribution]

1997c. See Swinethrottle, R. B., 1997.

1999. See Penz, C. M. & P. J. DeVries, 1999.

2000a. See Lande, R. et al., 2000.

2000b. Butterflies, pp. 559-573, 5 figs., 5 tabs. In: Lande, S. A. (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Biodiversity. London, Academic Press. 1. ([October]) [general]

2000c. The other side of butterfly diversity. Symbiotic associations between caterpillars and ants. Lore (Milwaukee) 50(2): 4-11, figs. [general]

2001a. See Penz, C. M. & P. J. DeVries, 2001.

2001b. See Austin, G. T. & P. J. DeVries, 2001.

2002a. Flying jewels - Butterfly images, by Yasutaka Murata & Daisaburo Okumoto. 2001. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 55(3): 124 (26 February) [general; book review]

2002b. See Penz, C. M. & P. J. DeVries, 2002.

2002c. See Engen, S. et al., 2002.

2002d. See Hill, R. I. et al., 2002.

2003. The Concise Atlas of Butterflies of the World, by Bernard d'Abrera. 2001. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 57(1): 77 (9 May) [general; book review]

2004a. See Penz, C. M. & P. J. DeVries, 2004.

2004b. See Walla, T. R. et al., 2004.



DeVries, Philip James, and Irene Baker

1989. Butterfly exploitation of an ant-plant mutualism: Adding insult to herbivory. Journal of the New York entomological Society 97(3): 332-340, 3 figs. (22 August) [Thisbe irenea (Cramer); life history; behavior; Panama]



DeVries, Philip James, and Isidro A. Chacón

1982. A new species of Adelpha (Nymphalidae) from Parque Nacional Braulio Carrillo, Costa Rica. Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera 20(2): 123 126, 3 figs. (20 September) [A. stilesiana]



DeVries, Philip James, Isidro A. Chacón and Debra Murray

1994. Toward a better understanding of host use and biodiversity in riodinid butterflies (Lepidoptera). Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera 31(1/2): 103-126, 5 tabs. (1 July) [general; host plants; Belize, Costa Rica, Panama, Ecuador, Argen-tina]



DeVries, Philip James, and Jason Piers Wilton Hall

1996. Two new species of Costa Rican butterflies (Lepidoptera: Riodinidae). Tropical Lepidoptera 7(1)(1): 87-90, 5 figs. (25 June) [Mesosemia harveyi, Theope guillaumei cecropia; Panama]



DeVries, Philip James, Donald James Harvey and Ian James Kitching

1986. The ant associated epidermal organs on the larva of the lycaenid butterfly Curetis regula Evans. Journal of natural History 20(3): 621 633, 18 figs. ([20] May) [Hades noctula Westwood, Euselasia spp.]



DeVries, Philip James, Ian James Kitching and Richard Irwin Vane-Wright

1985. The systematic position of Antirrhea and Caerois, with comments on the classification of the Nymphalidae (Lepidoptera). Systematic Entomology 10(1): 11-32, 30 figs., 1 tab. (January) [life histories; host plants; Central and South America]



DeVries, Philip James, Russell Lande and Debra Murray

1999. Associations of co-mimetic ithomiine butterflies on small spatial and temporal scales in a neotropical rainforest. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 67(1): 73-85, 2 figs., 5 tabs. ([17] May) [general; Ecuador]



DeVries, Philip James, and George Eujens Martínez

1994. The morphology, natural history, and behavior of the early stages of Morpho cypris (Nymphalidae; Morphinae) - 140 years after formal recognition of the butterfly. Journal of the New York entomological Society 101(4): 515-530, 13 figs. (22 February) [egg, larva, pupa, imago; host plant; Costa Rica]



DeVries, Philip James, Debra Murray and Russell Lande

1997. Species diversity in vertical, horizontal, and temporal dimen-sions of a fruit-feeding butterfly community in an Ecuadorian rainforest. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 62(3): 343-364, 8 figs., 5 tabs. ([26] November) [general]



DeVries, Philip James, and Carla Maria Penz

2000. Entomophagy, behavior, and elongated thoracic legs in the myrmecophilous Neotropical butterfly Alesa amesis (Riodinidae). Biotropica 32(4a): 712-721, 3 figs., 1 tab. (December) [Ecuador]

2002. Early stages of the entomophagous metalmark butterfly Alesa amesis (Riodinidae: Eurybiini). Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 56(4): 265-271, 17 figs., 1 tab. (9 December) [egg, larva, pupa; behavior; Ecuador]

DeVries, Philip James, and George O. Poinar

1997. Ancient butterfly-ant symbiosis: direct evidence from Dominican amber. Proceedings of the royal Society of London (B) 264(1385): 1137-1140, 1 fig. (22 August) [Theope]



DeVries, Philip James, Carla Maria Penz and Thomas R. Walla

2000. The biology of Batesia hypochlora in an Ecuadorian rainforest (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae). Tropical Lepidoptera 10(2): 43-46, 2 figs. ("20", [22] November) [egg, larva, pupa; host plant; ecology; behavior]



DeVries, Philip James, J. Schull and Nancy Greig

1987. Synchronous nocturnal activity and gregarious roosting in the Neotropical butterfly Celaenorrhinus fritzgaertneri (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 89(1): 89 103, 3 figs., 1 tab. ("January", [2 February]) [behavior; ecology; Costa Rica]



DeVries, Philip James, and F. Gary Stiles

1990. Attraction of pyrrolizidine alkaloid seeking Lepidoptera to Epidendrum paniculatum orchids. Biotropica 22(3): 290-297, 1 fig., 6 tabs. (September) [Ithomiinae, Lycorea ceres atergatis Doubleday, Charis, Hesperiidae; Costa Rica]



DeVries, Philip James, and Thomas R. Walla

2001. Species diversity and community structure in Neotropical fruit-feeding butterflies. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 74(1): 1-15, 5 figs., 7 tabs. ([22] September) [general; Ecuador]



DeVries, Philip James, Thomas R. Walla and Harold Francis Greeney

1999. Species diversity in spatial and temporal dimensions of fruit-feeding butterflies from two Ecuadorian rain forests. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 68(3): 333-353, 6 figs., 6 tabs. ([26] November) [general]



DeVries, Philip James, and Kirby L. Wolfe

1979. Occurrence of fly maggots in adult Morpho theseus Deys. [sic] (Lepidoptera: Morphidae) females from Costa Rica. Brenesia (San José) 16: 223 ("June", [October])



De Vries, Tjitte

2002. See Jaramillo, J. & T. De Vries, 2002.



Dewhurst, Charles

1999. Dryas julia [sic] (Fabricius) (Lep.: Nymphalidae: Heli-coniinae) in West Sussex. Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation 111(3): 148 (25 May) [Central America]



Dewitz, Hermann [1848 1890]

1877a. Tagschmetterlinge von Portorico gesammelt von Herrn Consul Krug. Stettiner entomologische Zeitung 38(4/6): 233 245, pl. 1 (late March) [general; ecology; life histories; new taxa: Pieris josephina variety krugii, Terias citrina variety portoricensis, Synchloe tulita, Goniloba idas variety pedro]

1877b. Neue Schmetterlinge des Berliner Museums. Mitteilungen des münchener entomologischen Vereins 1: 85 91, pl. 2. [general; Papilio zaddachii, Heliconius salvinii, Callithomia tridactyla, Ithomia petersii, Sais rosalia variety virchowii, Acraea atrata, A. steinii, Eueides kunowii, Grapta haroldii, Heterochroa wallisii, Pandemos godmanii; Colombia, Venezuela, Costa Rica, Panama, Mexico]

1878. Entwickelung einiger venezuelanischer Schmetterlinge nach Beobachtungen von Göllmer. Archiv für Naturge-schichte 44(1): 1 36, pl. 1. [general; host plants; eggs, larvae, pupae; behavior]

1879. Naturgeschichte cubanischer Schmetterlinge. Nach Beo-bachtungen des Herrn Dr. Gundlach bearbeitet. Zeitschrift für die gesammten Naturwissenschaften 52(2): 155 174, pl. 2 (March-April) [general; host plants; larvae, pupae]

1882. Beschreibung von Jugendstadien exotischer Lepidopteren. Nova Acta der kaiserlichen Leopoldina Carolina Deutsche Akademie der Naturfoschung 44(2): 245 271, pls. 8 9. [Colaenis delila (Fabricius), Pyrgus syrichtus Fabricius; host plants, larvae; Cuba]

1888. Papilio cacicus Luc. und zaddachii Dwtz. Deutsche ento-mologische Zeitschrift 1888(2): 332 (November) [Colombia]

1889. Erwiderung. Deutsche entomologische Zeitschrift 1889(1): 224 (May) [Papilio cacicus Lucas, P. zaddachii Dewitz; Colombia]





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