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Matapa Moore, [1881]
Matapa (Hesperiidae)Moore, [1881]; Lepid. Ceylon 1 (4): 163, TS: Ismene aria Moore
Matapa (Hesperiinae) ; Vane-Wright & de Jong, 2003, Zool. Verh. Leiden 343: 70


[sp-1v.jpg] 769x513 (~84Kb) underside Thailand, Krabi 24.12.2003-7.1.2004, Photo © Olli Vesikko

The exact identification of this species is still unknown, but tentatively assumed to belong into this group.



Matapa aria (Moore, [1866])
Ceylon, S.India - Matheran, Calcutta, Dun - Assam, Burma, Malaya, S.Yunnan, Philippines. See [About maps] Common Redeye
Ismene aria Moore, [1866]; Proc. zool. Soc. Lond. 1865 (3) : 784, TL: Bengal, India
Hesperia neglecta Mabille, 1876; Ann. Soc. ent. Fr. (5) 6 (2) : 268, TL: Luzon
Matapa aria, Butterflies in Indo-China [Yutaka Inayoshi]
Hesperia aria ; Hewitson, 1868, Ill. exot. Butts [5] (Hesperia III): [101], pl. [51], f. 24-25
Matapa aria ; Moore, [1881], Lepid. Ceylon 1 (4): 164, pl. 66, f. 1, 1a; [BIR, 473]; Inoue & Kawazoe, 1970, Tyô to Ga 21 (1/2): 7, f. 145; [BOW: pl. 187, f. 30]; [MRS, 737]; [BMP: 375, pl. 57, f. 24-25]
[aria-1U.jpg] identification uncertain 1050x969 (~259Kb) Thailand, Chon Buri Province, Pattaya environs, Ko Khram island, a spiny bamboo forest at a beach. 2nd February 2005, Photo © Oleg Kosterin
Matapa aria? det. Oleg Kosterin
[aria-2U.jpg] identification uncertain 1074x821 (~113Kb) Thailand, Chon Buri Province, Pattaya, Ko Khram Island, Saikawe beach, a side of a road through shrubbery at the coast, 3rd February, 2006, Photo © Oleg Kosterin

Larva on (Bamboo) [BMP]



Matapa cresta Evans, 1949
Sikkim - Burma, Andamans, Thailand, Laos, Malaysia, Borneo, Sumatra. See [About maps] Fringed Redeye
Matapa cresta Evans, 1949; Cat. Hesp. Europe Asia Australia Brit. Mus. : 331, no. J17.4, TL: Sikkim
Matapa cresta, Butterflies in Indo-China [Yutaka Inayoshi]
Matapa cresta ; [BOW: pl. 187, f. 31 (text)]; [BMP: 376, pl. 57, f. 26-27]
[cresta-1.jpg] 595x582 (~148Kb) Thailand, Chantaburi Province, Khao-Khitchakut National Park, a brook low reaches. 29th January 2005, Photo © Oleg Kosterin


Matapa sasivarna (Moore, [1866])
Sikkim - Burma, Thailand, Laos, Hainan, Malaysia, Sumatra. See [About maps] Black-veined Redeye
Ismene? sasivarna Moore, [1866]; Proc. zool. Soc. Lond. 1865 (3) : 784, TL: Bengal, India
?Matapa pseudosasivarna Lee, 1962
= ?; Huang & Xue, 2004, Neue Ent. Nachr. 57: 151
Matapa sasivarna, Butterflies in Indo-China [Yutaka Inayoshi]
Matapa sasivarna ; Inoue & Kawazoe, 1970, Tyô to Ga 21 (1/2): 7, f. 146; [BOW: pl. 187, f. 32 (text)]; [BMP: 375, pl. 57, f. 28-29]

Matapa druna (Moore, [1866])
Assam - Malaya, Burma, Thailand, Laos, Borneo, Sumatra, Java, Bali. See [About maps] Grey-brand Redeye
Ismene druna Moore, [1866]; Proc. zool. Soc. Lond. 1865 (3) : 784, TL: Bengal, India
Hesperia pulla Plötz, 1882; Stettin ent. Ztg 43 (7-9): 315, TL: Java.
Matapa shalgrama de Nicéville, [1884]; J. Asiat. Soc. Bengal 52 Pt.II (2/4) : 85, TL: Sikkim
Matapa druna, Butterflies in Indo-China [Yutaka Inayoshi]
Hesperia druna ; Hewitson, 1868, Ill. exot. Butts [5] (Hesperia III): [101], pl. [51], f. 26
Matapa druna ; [BMP: 375, pl. 57, f. 31]

Matapa deprivata de Jong, 1983
Matapa deprivata de Jong, 1983; Zool. Meded. 57 (21): 259, f. 15, 23, 30, 39
Matapa deprivata ; [BMP: 376, pl. 57, f. 30]

 

Matapa purpurascens Elwes & Edwards, 1897

Matapa celsina (C. & R. Felder, [1867])
Sulawesi, Banggai Is.. See [About maps] Hesperia celsina C. & R. Felder, [1867]; Reise Fregatte Novara, Bd 2 (Abth. 2) (3): 512, pl. 71, f. 12, TL: Celebes
Matapa celsina ; [BOW: pl. 187, f. 31]; Vane-Wright & de Jong, 2003, Zool. Verh. Leiden 343: 70

Matapa intermedia de Jong, 1983
-. See [About maps] Matapa intermedia ; Vane-Wright & de Jong, 2003, Zool. Verh. Leiden 343: 70
Sulawesi Matapa intermedia intermedia ; Vane-Wright & de Jong, 2003, Zool. Verh. Leiden 343: 70
M. i. nigrita de Jong, 1983
Samar


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References:
[About maps]
Warning! The maps are automatically generated from the textual information, and the process does not always produce acceptable result; See about maps for more info.
[BIR]
Wynter-Blyth, 1957; Butterflies of the Indian Region; (1982 Reprint)
[BMP]
Eliot (Ed.), Corbet & Pendlebury, 1992; The Butterflies of The Malay Peninsula; 4th edition; ISBN 983-9681-05-2
[BOW]
Lewis, 1974; Butterflies of the World; ISBN 0 245 52097 X
[CiNii]
http://ci.nii.ac.jp/
[MRS]
Chou Io (Ed.); Monographia Rhopalocerum Sinensium, 1-2
[NBC]
Netherlands Centre for Biodiversity Naturalis; NBC naturalis
[Oleg Kosterin]
Institue of Cytology & Genetics; Siberian Division of Russian Academy of Sciences; Novosibirsk; e-mail: Oleg Kosterin; http://pisum.bionet.nsc.ru/kosterin/
[Olli Vesikko]
http://koti.welho.com/ovesikko/
[Yutaka Inayoshi]
A Check List of Butterflies in Indo-China; Chiefly from THAILAND, LAOS & VIETNAM


Some related literature:
de Nicéville, [1884]
On new and little known Rhopalocera from the Indian Region J. Asiat. Soc. Bengal 52 Pt.II (2/4) : 65-91, pl. 1, 9-10
Evans, 1949
A catalogue of the Hesperiidae from Europe, Asia and Australia in the British Museum Cat. Hesp. Europe Asia Australia Brit. Mus. : 1-502, pl. 1-53
C. & R. Felder, [1867]
Reise der österreichischen Fregatte Novara um die Erde in den Jahren 1857, 1858, 1859 unter den Behilfen des Commodore B. von Wüllerstorf-Urbair. Zoologischer Theil. Band 2. Abtheilung 2. Lepidoptera. Rhopalocera Reise Fregatte Novara, Bd 2 (Abth. 2) (1): 1-136, pl. 1-21 (Rhop.) (C. & R. Felder, [1865]), (2): 137-378, pl. 22-47 (Rhop.) (C. & R. Felder, 1865), (3): 379-536, pl. 48-74 (Rhop.) (C. & R. Felder, 1867), (4): 537-548, pl. 75-120, (Inhalts-Verz.) 1-9 (pl. 1-74), (Felder & Rogenhofer, 1874) , (5): pl. 121-140, (erklärung) 1-10 (pl. 75-107), (Inhalts-Verz.) 1-20 (pl. 108-140), (Felder & Rogenhofer, 1875)
Hewitson, 1868
Illustrations of new species of exotic Butterflies selected chiefly from the collections of W. Wilson Saunders and William C. Hewitson Ill. exot. Butts [5] : (Systematic Index) V, (Anteros): [1-2], pl. [1] (1867), (Erycina & Necyria): [3-4], pl. [2] (1870), (Erycina Symmachia &c): [5-6], pl. [3] (1875), (Necyria & Esthemopsis): [7-8], pl. [4] (1872), (Calydna): [9-10], pl. [5] (1854), (Calydna II): [11-12], pl. [6] (1859), (Theope): [13-14], pl. [7] (1860), (Symmachia): [15-16], pl. [8] (1867), (Symmachia & Charis II): [17-18], pl. [9] (1871), (Charis): [19-20], pl. [10] (1866), (Emesis): [21-22], pl. [11] (1872), (Nymphidium I): [23-24], pl. [12] (1853), (Nymphidium II-III): [25-28], pl. [13-14] (1865), (Nymphidium IV): [29-30], pl. [15] (1871), (Lemonias I): [31-32], pl. [16] (1853), (Lemonias II): [33-34], pl. [17] (1858), (Lemonias III-IV): [35-38], pl. [18-19] (1863), (Lemonias V): [39-40], pl. [20] (1872), (Lemonias & Baeotis): [41-42], pl. [21] (1875), (Lemonias & Baeotis): [43-44], pl. [22] (1874), (Pachythone & Cremna): [45-46], pl. [23] (1873), (Hades, Uraneis, &c): [47-48], pl. [24] (1870), (Limnas I-II): [49-52], pl. [25-26] (1853), (Limnas & Panara): [53-54], pl. [27] (1875), (Limnas &c): [55-56], pl. [28] (1876), (Limnas & Ithomeis): [57-58], pl. [29] (1870), (Chamaelimnas & Ithomiola): [59-60], pl. [30] (1871), (Hermathena &c): [61-62], pl. [31] (1875), (Ogyris): [63-64], pl. [32] (1853), (Pentila & Liptena): [65-66], pl. [33] (1866), (Pentila & Liptena II): [67-68], pl. [34] (1873), (Lycaena): [69-70], pl. [35] (1876), (Pyrrhopyga I-II): [71-74], pl. [36-37] (1857), (Pyrrhopyga): [75-76], pl. [38] (1869), (Pyrrhopyga II-III): [77-80], pl. [39-40] (1871), (Pyrrhopyga IV): [81-82], pl. [41] (1873), (Pyrrhopyga V & Erycides): [83-84], pl. [42] (1875), (Ismene I-II): [85-88], pl. [43-44] (1867), (Eudamus): [89-90], pl. [45] (1873), (Eudamus II-III): [91-94], pl. [46-47] (1875), (Chaetocneme): [95-96], pl. [48] (1874), (Hesperia I-II): [97-100], pl. [49-50] (1867), (Hesperia III): [101-102], pl. [51] (1868), (Hesperia IV): [103-104], pl. [52] (1869), (Hesperia V): [105-106], pl. [53] (1872), (Hesperia V*-VI): [107-110], pl. [54-55] (1873), (Hesperia VII): [111-112], pl. [56] (1876), (Leucochitonea): [113-114], pl. [57] (1869), (Leucochitonea II): [115-116], pl. [58] (1875), (Pterygospidea): [117-118], pl. [59] (1873), (Cyclopides): [119-120], pl. [60] (1874), (Cyclopides & Hesperilla): [121-122], pl. [61] (1874)
Huang & Xue, 2004
A Contribution to the Butterfly Fauna of Southern Yunnan Neue Ent. Nachr. 57: 135-154, pl. 11
Inoue & Kawazoe, 1970
Hesperiid butterflies from South Vietnam (5) Tyô to Ga 21 (1/2): 1-14
de Jong, 1983
Revision of the Oriental genus Matapa Moore (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae) with discussion of it phylogeny and geographic history Zool. Meded. 57 (21): 243-270
Mabille, 1876
Sur la Classification des Hespériens, avec la description de plusieurs espčces nouvelles Ann. Soc. ent. Fr. (5) 6 (2) : 251-274
Moore, [1866]
On the Lepidopterous Insects of Bengal Proc. zool. Soc. Lond. 1865 (3) : 755-823, pl. 41-43
Moore, [1881]
The Lepidoptera of Ceylon Lepid. Ceylon 1 (1): 1-40, pl. 1-18 (Dec 1880), (2): 41-80, pl. 19-36 (Jan 1881), (3): 81-136, pl. 37-54 (Jun 1881), (4): 137-190, pl. 55-71 (Dec 1881)
Plötz, 1882
Die Hesperiinen-Gattung Hesperia Aut. und ihre Arten Stettin ent. Ztg 43 (7-9): 314-344, (10-12): 436-456
Vane-Wright & de Jong, 2003
The butterflies of Sulawesi: annotated checklist for a critical island faunda Zool. Verh. Leiden 343: 3-268, pl. 1-16


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