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Dixeia Talbot, 1932
Dixeia Talbot, 1932; Entomologist 65 : 36, TS: Pieris charina Boisduval
Dixeia ; Winhard, 2000, Butterflies of the world, 10: 28; [AfrL]


[sp-1a.jpg] 782x989 (~370Kb) Ethiopia, Amhara, Jara River shingle bank at the bridge 9 km SSW of Hayk. 6th August 2012, Photo © Oleg Kosterin [sp-1b.jpg] 1095x801 (~441Kb) Ethiopia, Amhara, Jara River shingle bank at the bridge 9 km SSW of Hayk. 6th August 2012, Photo © Oleg Kosterin

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



Dixeia charina (Boisduval, 1836)
Cape, Natal, Zululand, Moçambique - East Africa. See [About maps] African Small White
Pieris charina Boisduval, 1836; Hist. nat. Ins., Spec. gén. Lépid. 1 : 525, TL: Caferie
Pieris anactorie Doubleday, 1842; in Gray, Zool. Misc.: 77
= ; [NHM]
Pinacopteryx nigropunctata Sharpe, 1890; Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. (6) 5 (28) : 336, TL: [East Africa]
= Pinacopteryx liliana ; Grose-Smith & Kirby, 1893, Rhop. Exot. [1] 2: (Pinacopteryx) 2
= ; [NHM]
Pinacopteryx gerda Grose-Smith & Kirby, 1893; Rhop. Exot. [1] 2: (Pinacopteryx) 4, pl. 1, f. 10-11, TL: Mombasa
?Pieris liliana anali Suffert, 1904; Dt. Ent. Z. Iris 17 (1) : 83, TL: Mhonda
?Dixeia doxo charina ;
Dixeia charina ; [BK, 144]; [AfrL]

Larva on Capparis citrifolia [PBSA]

South Africa (E.Cape - Zululand, E.Transvaal) Dixeia charina charina ; [BAFR, 90]; [AfrL]
D. c. simana (Hopffer, 1855)
Transvaal, Moçambique Pieris simana Hopffer, 1855; Ber. Verh. Akad. Berlin 1855 : 640, TL: Mozambique
Dixeia charina simana ; [BAFR, 90 (text)]; [AfrL]
D. c. dagera (Suffert, 1904)
E.Tanzania, Zanzibar Pieris gerda dagera Suffert, 1904; Dt. Ent. Z. Iris 17 (1) : 82, TL: Mhonda
Dixeia charina dagera ; [BAFR, 90 (text)]; [AfrL]
D. c. liliana (Grose-Smith, 1889)
Kenya (coast) Belenois liliana Grose-Smith, 1889; Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. (6) 3 (14) : 122, TL: Mombasa
Pinacopteryx liliana ; Grose-Smith & Kirby, 1893, Rhop. Exot.: 2, [1] 1: pl. 1, f. 7-9
Dixeia charina liliana ; [BAFR, 90 (text)]; [BK, 144 (note)]; Winhard, 2000, Butterflies of the world, 10: 28, pl. 44, f. 13-14; [AfrL]
D. c. pulverulenta (Dixey, 1929)
N.Kenya (Mt. Kulal, Mt. Marsabit) Dixeia charina pulverulenta ; [BAFR, 90 (text)]; [BK, 144 (note)]; [AfrL]
D. c. narena (Grose-Smith, 1898)
Madagascar Pinacopteryx narena Grose-Smith, 1898; Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. (7) 1 (3) : 245, TL: Antanossi, S.Madagascar
Dixeia charina narena ; [BAFR, 90 (text)]; [MadL]; [AfrL]
D. c. septentrionalis Bernardi, 1958
E.Ethiopia, N.Ethiopia Dixeia charina septentrionalis ; [BAFR, 90]; [AfrL]

Dixeia doxo (Godart, 1819)
-. See [About maps] African Small White
Pieris doxo Godart, 1819; Encyclopédie Méthodique. 9 (1): 123
Dixeia doxo ; [EBW]; [AfrL]

Larva on Capparis spp. [PBSA]

W.Sudan - N.Ghana, Upper Volta, Senegal Dixeia doxo doxo ; [BAFR, 90 (text)]; [AfrL]
D. d. venatus (Butler, 1871)
SW.Ethiopia, S.Sudan Dixeia doxo venatus ; [BAFR, 90 (text)]; [AfrL]
D. d. alberta (Grünberg, 1912)
E.Zaire, NW.Tanzania Dixeia doxo alberta ; [BAFR, 90]; [AfrL]
D. d. costata Talbot, 1943
Uganda, W.Kenya, N.Tanzania doxo costata Talbot, 1943; Proc. R. ent. Soc. Lond. (B) 12 : 111
Dixeia doxo costata ; [BAFR, 90]; [BK, 144]; [AfrL]
D. d. parva Talbot, 1943
Rhodesia, Zambia, Malawi, Transvaal, Zululand doxo parva Talbot, 1943; Proc. R. ent. Soc. Lond. (B) 12 : 112
Dixeia doxo parva ; [BAFR, 90 (text)]; [AfrL]

Dixeia leucophanes Vári, 1976
Rhodesia, Moçambique. See [About maps] Dixeia leucophanes Vári, 1976; Ann. Transv. Mus. 30 (13) : 124
Dixeia leucophanes ; [BAFR, 90 (text)]; [AfrL]

Dixeia pigea (Boisduval, 1836)
Transkei - Natal - Transvaal, Moçambique, Rhodesia, Ethiopia, Zaire, Angola, Cameroun. See [About maps] Antheap White
Pieris pigea Boisduval, 1836; Hist. nat. Ins., Spec. gén. Lépid. 1 : 523, TL: China
Pinacopteryx alba Wallengren, 1857; K. svenska VetenskAkad. Handl. 2 (4) : 10
?Belenois inana Butler, 1870; in Dunning, Trans. ent. Soc. Lond. 1870 (4) : 526, TL: W.Africa; S.Africa
= ; Butler, 1872, Proc. zool. Soc. Lond. 1872 (3) : 54
?Pieris pigea var. (ab.?) rubrobasalis Lanz, 1896; Dt. ent. Z. Iris 9 (1) : 116
?Pieris pigea var. (ab.?) caffraria Lanz, 1896; Dt. ent. Z. Iris 9 (1) : 121
?Pieris kückeni Suffert, 1904; Dt. Ent. Z. Iris 17 (1) : 78, TL: Kilossa, D.-O.-Afrika
Dixeia pigea ; [EBW]; [BAFR, 90]; [BK, 143]; Winhard, 2000, Butterflies of the world, 10: 28, pl. 44, f. 5-8; [AfrL]

Larva on Capparis corymbifera [PBSA]


Dixeia orbona (Geyer, 1837)
Senegal - Kenya, Tanzania, Zambia. See [About maps] Mylothris orbona Geyer, 1837; in Hübner, Zuträge. Samml. exot. Schmett. 5 : f. 985-986
Dixeia orbona ; [EBW]; [AfrL]

Larva on Capparis [BK]

Senegal - Cameroun Dixeia orbona orbona ; [BAFR, 90 (text)]; [AfrL]
D. o. vidua (Butler, 1899)
Sudan, Ethiopia - E.Zaire, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Zambia Pinacopteryx vidua Butler, 1899; Proc. zool. Soc. Lond. 1899 (4) : 972, pl. 70, f. 8-9
?Pinacopteryx vidua ♀ f. primulina Joicey & Talbot, 1921; Bull. Hill Mus. 1 (1) : 46, TL: Lake Tshohoa, Ruanda Distr.
Dixeia orbona vidua ; [BAFR, 90]; [BK, 143]
Dixeia larima vidua ; Winhard, 2000, Butterflies of the world, 10: 28, pl. 44, f. 15, 18
Dixeia orbona vidua ; [AfrL]

Dixeia spilleri (Spiller, 1884)
Natal, Zululand, Moçambique - East Africa. See [About maps] Spiller's Yellow
Pieris spilleri Spiller, 1884; Entomologist 17 : 62
Pieris gallenga Grose-Smith, 1887; Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. (5) 19 (109) : 62, TL: Delagoa Bay
Dixeia spilleri ; [EBW]; [BAFR, 90]; [BK, 144]; Winhard, 2000, Butterflies of the world, 10: 28, pl. 44, f. 16-17; [AfrL]

Larva on Capparis spp. [PBSA]


Dixeia piscicollis Pinhey, 1972
Guinea. See [About maps] Dixeia piscicollis ; [AfrL]; [BAFR, 90 (text)]

Dixeia cebron (Ward, 1871)
C.Zaire - Cameroun, Ghana, Ivory Coast. See [About maps] Pieris cebron Ward, 1871; Ent. mon. Mag. 8 : 59, TL: Cameroons
Dixeia cebron f. aurantiaca Talbot; [BAFR, 89, fig.]
Dixeia cebron ; [EBW]; [BAFR, 89]; [AfrL]

Dixeia dixeyi (Neave, 1904)
Uganda, S.Sudan, SW.Ethiopia. See [About maps] Dixeia dixeyi ; [EBW]; [BAFR, 90]; [AfrL]

Dixeia capricornus (Ward, 1871)
-. See [About maps] Pieris capricornus Ward, 1871; Ent. mon. Mag. 8 : 59, TL: Cameroons
?Pieris capricornus nusprica Suffert, 1904; Dt. Ent. Z. Iris 17 (1) : 82, TL: Camerun
Pieris adultera Plötz, 1880; Stettin ent. Ztg 41 (4-6): 205, TL: Victoria
Dixeia capricornus ; [AfrL]
Dixeia capricornis[sic, recte capricornus] ; [EBW]
Ivory Coast - Cameroun Dixeia capricornus capricornus ; [BAFR, 89]; [AfrL]
D. c. falkensteinii (Dewitz, 1879)
Gabon - Angola Dixeia capricornus falkensteinii ; [BAFR, 89 (text)]; [AfrL]

The ?? species-group

?Dixeia astarte (Butler, 1899)
Pinacopteryx astarte Butler, 1899; Proc. zool. Soc. Lond. 1899 (4) : 971, pl. 70, f. 6-7, TL: Tana River, 3800ft
Dixeia astarte ; [EBW]


Unknown or unplaced taxa

Pieris wagneri Suffert, 1904; Dt. Ent. Z. Iris 17 (1) : 79, TL: Mukenge


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References:
[AJA]
African Journal Archive
[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.
[AfrL]
Mark C. Williams; Checklist of Afrotropical Papilionoidea and Hesperoidea; Compiled by Mark C. Williams, 7th ed. (2008) (April 2007); Afrototropical Butterflies; e-mail: Mark C. Williams
[BAFR]
D'Abrera, 1980; Butterflies of the Afrotropical Region
[BK]
Larsen, 1996; The Butterflies of Kenya and their natural history
[EBW]
Smart, Paul, 1976; The Illustrated Encyclopedia of the Butterfly World; ISBN 0 600 31381 6
[HBN]
Francis Hemming, 1937; HÜBNER, A bibliographical and systematic account of the entomological works of Jacob Hübner and of the supplements thereto by Carl Geyer, Gottfried Franz von Frölich and Gottlieb August Wilhelm Herrich-Schäffer, Vol 1 & 2
[LAMAS-NEO]
Gerardo Lamas; Bibliography of butterflies; An Annocated Bibliography of the Neotropical Butterflies and Skipper (Lepididoptera: Papilionoidea and Hesperioidea); Revised Electronic Edition (2007)
[MadL]
Lees, D.C., Kremen, C. and Raharitsimba, H. 2003; in S.M. Goodman & J. P. Benstead (eds.), The Natural History of Madagascar; Classification, Diversity and Endemism of the Butterflies (Papilionoidea and Hesperioidea): A Revised Species Checklist: : pp. 762-793; University of Chicago Press. 1709 pp.
[NHM]
Natural History Museum; The Global Lepidoptera Names Index
[Oleg Kosterin]
Institue of Cytology & Genetics; Siberian Division of Russian Academy of Sciences; Novosibirsk; e-mail: Oleg Kosterin; http://pisum.bionet.nsc.ru/kosterin/
[PBSA]
Dickson, C.G.C (ed.), Kroon, D.M.; Pennington's Butterflies of Southern Africa; AD. DONKER 1978


Some related literature:
Boisduval, 1836
Histoire Naturelle des Insectes. Species Général des Lépidoptéres. Tome Premier Hist. nat. Ins., Spec. gén. Lépid. 1 : 1-690, pl. 1-24
Butler, 1872
A synonymic List of the Species formerly included in the Genus Pieris; with all others described since Subdivision of the Group by recent Authors Proc. zool. Soc. Lond. 1872 (3) : 26-67
Butler, 1899
On a collection of Butterflies made by Mr. Richard Crawshay in Britih East Africa Proc. zool. Soc. Lond. 1899 (4) : 962-975, pl. 70
Doubleday, 1842
Characters of undescribed Lepidoptera in Gray, Zool. Misc.: 73-78
Butler in Dunning, 1870
Notes on a Collection of Insects sent by Mr. Ansell from South-West Africa Trans. ent. Soc. Lond. 1870 (4) : 521-532
Godart, 1819
in Latreille & Godart, Encyclopédie Méthodique. Histoire naturelle Entomologie, ou histoire naturelle des crustacés, des arachnides et des insectes Encyclopédie Méthodique. 9 (1): 3-328 (1819), (2): 329-828 ([1824])
Grose-Smith, 1887
Descriptions of nine new Species of African Butterflies Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. (5) 19 (109) : 62-66
Grose-Smith, 1889
Descriptions of twenty-four new Species of Butterflies captured by Mr. Last in the neighbourhood of Mombasa, East Coast of Africa, in the Collection of Mr. H. Grose Smith Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. (6) 3 (14) : 121-137
Grose-Smith, 1898
Descriptions of Three new Species of African Butterflies in his own Collections Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. (7) 1 (3) : 245-246
Grose-Smith & Kirby, 1893
Rhopalocera Exotica, being Illustrations of New, Rare, and Unfigured Species of Butterflies Rhop. Exot. [1] 1: (Ornithoptera) 1-2, pl. 1 (1887), [1] 2: (Ornithoptera) 3-4, pl. 2 (1892), [1] 3: (Ornithoptera) [5-6] 1-2, pl. 3 (1900), [1] 3: (Ornithoptera) 7-8, pl. 4 (1901), [1] 1: (Papilio) 1-2, pl. 1 (1887), [1] 1: (Papilio) 3-5,7-14, pl. 2-6 (1888), [1] 1: (Papilio) 15-20, pl. 7-9 (1890), [1] 1: (Papilio) 21-25, pl. 10-11 (1891), [1] 2: (Papilio) 27-31, pl. 12-13 (1893), [1] 2: (Papilio) 33-35, pl. 14 (1894), [1] 2: (Papilio) 37-38, pl. 15 (1895), [1] 2: (Papilio) 39-40, pl. 16 (1897), [1] 3: (Papilio) 41-46, pl. 17-19 (1899), [1] 3: (Papilio) 47-48, pl. 20 (1900), [1] 3: (Papilio) 49-50, pl. 21 (1901), [1] 3: (Papilio) 51-55, pl. 22-23 (1902), [1] 1: (Delias) 1-3, pl. 1 (1889), [1] 2: (Delias) 5-7, 9-11, pl. 2-3 (1893), [1] 2: (Delias) 12-18, pl. 4-5 (1895), [1] 2: (Delias) 20-22, pl. 6 (1896), [1] 3: (Delias) 24-26, pl. 7 (1897), [1] 3: (Delias) 28-35, pl. 8-9 (1901), [1] 3: (Delias) 36-38, pl. 10 (1902), [1] 1: (Pieridae) 1-3, pl. 1 (1888), [1] 2: (Pinacopteryx) 1-4, pl. 1 (1893), [1] 1: (Callosune) 1-3, pl. 1 (1889), [1] 3: (Huphina) 1-7, pl. 1-2 (1898), [1] 3: (Huphina) [8],9-10, pl. 3 (1899), [1] 1: (Elodina) 1-4, pl. 1 (1890), [1] 1: (Belenois) 1-4, pl. 1 (1892), [1] 2: (Belenois) 5-8, pl. 2 (1892), [1] 3: (Mylothris) 1-3, 5-7, pl. 1-2 (1900), [1] 1: (Ixias) 1-3, pl. 1 (1888), [1] 2: (Appias) 1-3, pl. 1 (1894), [1] 1: (Pierinae) 5-7, pl. 2 (1889), [1] 2: (Dismorphia) 1-4, pl. 1 (1896), [1] 2: (Dismorphia) 5-9, 11-15, pl. 2-3 (1897), [2] 1: (Asthipa) 1-3, pl. 1 (1890), [2] 2: (Asthipa) 5-6, pl. 2 (1896), [2] 2: (Ravadeba) 7, pl. 1 (1896), [2] 2: (Mycalesis) 1-4, pl. 1 (1895), [2] 2: (Mycalesis) 5-12, pl. 2-3 (1896), [2] 3: (Mycalesis) 13-18, pl. 4-5 (1902), [2] 3: (Libythea) 1-2, pl. 1 (1902), : (Ragadia-Argyronympha-Hypocysta) : 1-6, pl. [1] (1895), [2] 2: (Pedaliodes) 1-5, pl. 1 (1893), [2] 2: (Pedaliodes) 7-9, pl. 2 (1894), [2] 2: (Pedaliodes) 10-14, pl. 3 (1895), [2] 3: (Pedaliodes) 15-20, pl. 4-5, (Oxeoschistus) 1 (1900), [2] 3: (Pronophila) 1-2, pl. 1, (Oxeoschistus) 2-3, pl. 1 (1900), [2] 2: (Elymnias) 1-4, pl. 1 (1896), [2] 3: (Elymnias) 5-6, pl. 2, (Bruasa) 6-7, pl. 1 (1897), [2] 1: (Morpho) 1-2, pl. 1 (1890), [2] 3: (Morphotenaris-Hyantis) 1-3, pl. [1] (1898), [2] 2: (Tenaris) 1-3, 5-7, pl. 1-2 (1894), [2] 2: (Tenaris) 9-11, pl. 3 (1895), [2] 2: (Tenaris) 13-15, pl. 4 (1896), [2] 3: (Tenaris) 17-18, pl. 5 (1898), [2] 1: (Heliconius) 1-3, pl. 1 (1892), [2] 1: (Acraea) 1-6, pl. 1-2 (1889), [2] 1: (Acraea) 7-10, pl. 3 (1892), [2] 2: (Acraea) 11-14, pl. 4 (1892), [2] 2: (Acraea) 15-18, pl. 5 (1894), [2] 3: (Acraea) 19-29, pl. 6-8, (Planema) 29-30, pl. [1] (1901), [2] 1: (Cethosia) 1-2, pl. 1 (1889), [2] 3: (Cirrhochroa) 1, pl. [1], (Cupha) 2-4, pl. [1] (1898), [2] 2: (Terinos) 1-2, pl. 1 (1894), [2] 1: (Thaleropis) 1-3, pl. 1 (1891), [2] 2: (Doleschallia) 1-3,5-7, pl. 1-2 (1893), [2] 2: (Kallima) 1-3, pl. 1 (1892), [2] 1: (Hypolimnas) 1-2, pl. 1 (1891), [2] 3: (Hypolimnas) 3-4, pl. 2 (1897), [2] 3: (Hypolimnas) 5-6, pl. 3 (1898), [2] 1: (Euxanthe) 1-3, pl. 1 (1890), [2] 1: (Hestina) 1-3, pl. 1 (1891), [2] 1: (Cymothoe) 1-4, pl. 1 (1890), [2] 3: (Limenitis) 1-3, pl. 1 (1899), [2] 2: (Neptis) 1-4, pl. 1 (1895), [2] 3: (Neptis) 5-11, pl. 2-3 (1899), [2] 3: (Neptis) 13-17, pl. 4-5 (1900), [2] 1: (Euthalia-Tanaecia) 1-3, pl. 1 (1889), [2] 1: (Euthalia) 5-10, pl. 2-3 (1891), [2] 2: (Euthalia) 11-14, pl. 4 (1894), [2] 3: (Euthalia) 15, pl. 5, (Dichorragia) 16, pl. 1 (1898), [2] 1: (Apatura) 1-3, pl. 1 (1892), [2] 1: (Euphaedra) 1-2, pl. 1 (1889), [2] 1: (Euryphene) 1-3, pl. 1 (1889), [2] 1: (Charaxes) 1-2,[3-4] pl. 1-2 (1887), [2] 1: (Charaxes) [5], pl. 3 (1888), [2] 1: (Charaxes) 7-9, pl. 4 (1890), [2] 1: (Charaxes) 11-13, pl. 5 (1891), [2] 1: (Mynes) 1-2, pl. 1 (1888), [2] 2: (Mynes) 3-6, pl. 2 (1894), [2] 2: (Prothoe) 1-2, pl. 1 (1896), [3] 3: (Erycinidae) 1-10, pl. 1-2 (1902), [3] 2: (Dicallaneura-etc) 1-6, pl. 1 (1897), [3] 3: (Dicallaneura-etc) 7-11, pl. 2 (1901), [3] 1: (Lycaenidae) 1-4,[5-9] 1-5, pl. 1-2 (1887), [3] 1: (Lycaenidae) 11-17, 19-22, pl. 3-5 (1888), [3] 1: (Lycaenidae) 23-25, 27-29, 31-33, pl. 6-8 (1889), [3] 1: (Lycaenidae) 35-48, pl. 9-11 (1890), [3] 1: (Lycaenidae) 49-51,53-64, pl. 12-15 (1891), [3] 2: (Lycaenidae) 65-68, pl. 16 (1892), [3] 1: (Lycaenidae) [69-72] 57-60, pl. 17 (1892), [3] 2: (Lycaenidae) [73-77] 61-65,79-84, pl. 18-19 (1892), [3] 2: (Lycaenidae) 85-107, pl. 20-23 (1893), [3] 2: (Lycaenidae) 109-120, pl. 24-25 (1894), [3] 3: (Lycaenidae) 121-125, pl. 26 (1900), [3] 3: (Lycaenidae) 127-131, 133-141, pl. 27-29 (1901), [3] 3: (Lycaenidae) 143-146, pl. 30 (1902), [3] 2: (Hypochrysops) 1-6, pl. 1 (1894), [3] 2: (Hypochrysops) 7-13, 15-22, pl. 2-3 (1895), [3] 2: (Thysonotis) 23-25, 27-31, pl. 1-2 (1895), [3] 2: (Waigeum) 34-38, pl. 1 (1896), [3] 2: (Thysonotis) 39-46, pl. 3-4 (1896), [3] 2: (Holochila) 1-4, pl. 1 (1896), [3] 2: (Holochila) 5-8, pl. 2 (1897), [3] 2: (Pseudonotis) 1-3, pl. [1], (Epimastidia) 4-5, pl. [1], (Lampides) 5-8, pl. [1] (1897), [3] 2: (Lampides) 9-10, pl. 2, (Thysonotis) 47, pl. 5 (1897), [3] 3: (Holochila) 9-11, pl. 3 (1898), [3] 3: (Arhopala) 1-7, pl. 1-2 (1898), [3] 3: (Arhopala) 9-12, pl. 3, (Ilerda) 13, pl. [1], (Horaga) 14-15, pl. [1] (1902), [3] 3: (Thysonotis) 47x,48-50, pl. 6 (1898), [3] 3: (Hypochrysops) 23-26, pl. 4 (1898), [3] 3: (Holochila) 13-15, pl. 4 (1899), [3] 3: (Hypochrysops) 27-29, pl. 5, (Waigeum) [30], pl. 2 (1899), [3] 3: (Holochila) 17-19, pl. 5 (1899), [3] 3: (Thysonotis) 51-54, pl. 7 (1899), [3] 3: (Jamides) 11-14, pl. 1 (1900), [3] 3: (Hypolycaena-etc) 1-4, pl. [1] (1900), [3] 3: (Hypochrysops) 31-33, pl. 6, (Thysonotis) 55-56, pl. 8 (1900), [3]: (Additions-Corrections) 1-2,[3],vii-x
Hopffer, 1855
[Lepidoptera Diurna] Ber. Verh. Akad. Berlin 1855 : 639-643
Geyer, 1837
Zuträge zur Sammlung exotischer Schmettlinge, Vol. 5 [1833]-1837 in Hübner, Zuträge. Samml. exot. Schmett. 5 : [1-3], 4, [5], 6-52 (1837), : pl. [138-151], f. 801-880 (1833), : pl. [152-172], f. 881-1000 (1834 - 1836)
Joicey & Talbot, 1921
New Lepidoptera Collected by Mr. T. A. Barns, in East Central Africa. New Forms of Rhopalocera Bull. Hill Mus. 1 (1) : 44-118, pl. 5-16
Lanz, 1896
Besprechung der von Dr. Bumiller 1893 aus Ostafrika mitgebrachten Schmetterlinge Dt. ent. Z. Iris 9 (1) : 113-147
Plötz, 1880
Verzeichniss der von Professor Dr. R. Bucholz in West-Africa gesammelten Schmetterlinge Stettin ent. Ztg 41 (1-3): 76-88, (4-6): 189-206, (7-9): 298-307
Sharpe, 1890
Descriptions of new Species of East-African Butterflies Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. (6) 5 (28) : 335-336
Spiller, 1884
Description of a Pieris new to science - Pieris spilleri, Mihi Entomologist 17: 62 : 62-63
Suffert, 1904
Neue afrikansche Tagfalter aus dem kön. zool. Museum, Berlin, und meiner Sammlung Dt. Ent. Z. Iris 17 (1) : 12-107, pl. 1-3
Talbot, 1932
A new name and diagnoses for a genus of Pieridae Entomologist 65 : 36-37
Talbot, 1943
Notes on the genus Dixeia Talbot, with descriptions of new forms Proc. R. ent. Soc. Lond. (B) 12 : 102-112
Vári, 1976
South African Lepidoptera 7. Descriptions and notes of new taxa of Rhopalocera Ann. Transv. Mus. 30 (13) : 121-144, pl. 13-17
Wallengren, 1857
Kafferlandets Dag-fjärilar, insamlade åren 1838-1845 af J. A. Wahlberg / Lepidoptera Rhopalocera in Terra Caffrorum annis 1838-1845 collecta a J. A. Wahlberg K. svenska VetenskAkad. Handl. 2 (4) : 1-55
Ward, 1871
Descriptions of new species of African diurnal Lepidoptera Ent. mon. Mag. 8 : 34-36, 58-60, 81-82, 118-122
Winhard, 2000
Pieridae I Butterflies of the world, 10: (1) 40pp, (2) 48pls


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