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Author(s): Pyrcz, T. W., Viloria, A. L. & Boyer, P.
Title: The obsoleta clade of the genus Lymanopoda Westwood (Lepidoptera, Nymphalidae: Satyrinae)
Year: 2010
Volume: 71
Pages: 161-195.

Abstract: Ten new taxa of LymanopodaWESTWOOD, 1851 are described, including four species, five subspecies of L. dietzi ADAMS et BERNARD, 1981 and one subspecies of L. caudalis ROSENBERG et TALBOT, 1914. They all belong to the obsoleta clade defined by adult morphology and molecular phylogenies. All the new species are found in central and southern Peru. L. dietzi, is an endemic species of the Cordillera de Mérida in Venezuela and was so far considered as monotypic. Pasco in central Peru is reported here as the area of highest species richness in the genus Lymanopoda and the tribe Pronophilini. With 52 figures.
Keywords: subspecies, Cordillera de Mérida, L. balintiana n. sp., L. caudalis raymondae n. ssp., L. confusiana n. sp., L. dietzi argentata n. ssp., L. dietzi neildi n. ssp., L. dietzi oliva n. ssp., L. dietzi rosanna n. ssp., L. dietzi vetula n. ssp., L. inaudita n. sp., L. necalba n. sp., male genitalia, molecular phylogeny, Oxapampa, potential altitudinal transect
Subject: entomology

Journal: Folia entomologica hungarica
Journal abbreviation: Folia ent. hung.
ISSN: 0373-9465
Publisher: Hungarian Natural History Museum, Budapest
Editor(s): Merkl, O.