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Dodona Hewitson, 1861
Punches
Dodona Hewitson, 1861; Ill. exot. Butts [4] (Sospita): [75], TS: Melitaea durga Kollar
Dodona (Zemerini) ; Hall, 2003, Syst. Ent. 28 (1): 37

Larva on Maesa sp. [BMP]


Dodona egeon (Westwood, [1851])
Mussoorie - Assam, Burma. See [About maps] Orange Punch
Taxila egeon Westwood, [1851]; Gen. diurn. Lep. (2): pl. 69
Dodona egeon ; [BOW: pl. 183, f. 7]; [BOR, 654]; [MRS, 609]
S.Yunnan, ...?
D. e. confluens Corbet, 1941
Peninsular Malaya Dodona confluens Corbet, 1941; J. fed. Malay St. Mus. 18 (5): 811
Dodona egeon confluens ; [BMP: 206, pl. 31, f. 4]; [BOR, 654 (name)]

Dodona elvira Staudinger, 1896
N.Borneo. See [About maps] Dodona elvira Staudinger, 1896; Dt. Ent. Z. Iris 9 (2): 239, TL: Kina Balu
?Dodona elvira ab. pura Fruhstorfer, 1904; Berl. ent. Zs. 48 (4) : 293, TL: Kina-Balu, N.Borneo
Dodona elvira ; Grose-Smith & Kirby, 1901, Rhop. Exot. [3] 3: (Dicallaneura-etc) 10, pl. 2, f. 12-13; [BOR, 654]

Dodona adonira Hewitson, 1866
Nepal, Sikkim, NE.India (hills), N.Burma. See [About maps] Striped Punch
Dodona adonira Hewitson, 1866; Ill. exot. Butts [4] (Dodona Sospita): [79], pl. [41], f. 1, 2, TL: East India (Darjeeling)
Dodona adonira ; [BOW: pl. 183, f. 2]; [MRS, 609]
[adonira-1u.jpg] 600x400 (~99Kb) upperside India: Subansiri, 2.11.2005, Photo © Kedar Tokekar [adonira-1v.jpg] 600x400 (~66Kb) underside India: Subansiri, 2.11.2005, Photo © Kedar Tokekar

Sikkim, Nepal, Metok
D. a. kala Tytler, 1940
NE.Burma Dodona adonira kala Tytler, 1940; J. Bombay nat. Hist. Soc. 42 (1): 122, TL: Hthawgaw
D. a. naga Tytler, 1940
Naga Hills, Manipur, Assam Dodona adonira naga Tytler, 1940; J. Bombay nat. Hist. Soc. 42 (1): 122
Dodona adonira naga ; [BOR, 654]
D. a. learmondi Tytler, 1940
S.Shan States, S.Yunnan Dodona adonira learmondi Tytler, 1940; J. Bombay nat. Hist. Soc. 42 (1): 122
D. a. argentea Fruhstorfer, 1904
Burma Dodona adonira argentea Fruhstorfer, 1904; Berl. ent. Zs. 48 (4) : 293, TL: Burma
Dodona adonira argentea ; [BOR, 654 (name)]
D. a. windu Fruhstorfer, 1894
W.Java Dodona windu Fruhstorfer, 1894; Ent. Nachr. 20 (2) (2): 22, TL: Java, Bandong
Dodona adonira windu ; [BOR, 654 (name)]
Dodona windu ; [BOW: pl. 183, f. 12]

Dodona dipoea Hewitson, 1866
Tibet, Himalayas (west as far as Murree), NE.India (hills), Burma, W.China. See [About maps] Lesser Punch
Dodona dipoea Hewitson, 1866; Ill. exot. Butts [4] (Dodona Sospita): [79], pl. [41], f. 3, f. 3, TL: East India (Darjeeling)
?Dodona dipoea nostia Fruhstorfer, 1912; Ent. Rundschau 29 (3) : 24, TL: Kaschmir
Dodona dipoea nostia ; Fujioka, 1970, Spec. Bull. Lepid. Soc. Japan (4) : 16
Dodona dipoea ; [BOW: pl. 183, f. 4]; [BOR, 654]; [MRS, 609]

Larva on Gramineae [BHR]


Dodona dracon de Nicéville, 1897
N.Burma. See [About maps] dracon de Nicéville, 1897; J. Asiat. Soc. Bengal 66 Pt.II (3) : 555, pl. 2, f. 14
Dodona dracon ; [BOW: pl. 183, f. 6]
D. d. putaoa Tytler, 1940
NE.Burma, NW.Yunnan Dodona dracon putaoa Tytler, 1940; J. Bombay nat. Hist. Soc. 42 (1): 121, TL: Putao, NE.Burma
?Dodona dipoea dipoeides Murayama, 1995; , TL: Tuguancun, NW.Yunnan
= ?; Huang, 2003, Neue Ent. Nachr. 55: 100
Dodona dracon putaoa ; Huang, 2001

Dodona kaolinkon Yoshino, 1999
W.Yunnan. See [About maps] Dodona kaolinkon Yoshino, 1999; Neo Lepidoptera 4: 6, f. 37, 43, 63, TL: Mts. Gaolongon (Kaolinkon), Lushui, W.Yunnan

Dodona katerina Monastyrskii & Devyatkin, 2000
Dodona katerina Monastyrskii & Devyatkin, 2000; Atalanta 31 (3/4): 486, pl. XXIa, f. 1-2, TL: C.Vietnam, Gia Lai, Kon Ka Kinh Nature Preserve, 1500m

Dodona eugenes Bates, [1868]
Tibet, Himalayas (west as far as Murree), NE.India (hills), Burma, W.China. See [About maps] Tailed Punch
Dodona eugenes Bates, [1868]; J. Linn. Soc. Zool. 9 (38): 371, TL: "Nepal and Bhutan"
Dodona eugenes ; [EBW]; [BOW: pl. 183, f. 8]; [MRS, 608]
[eugenes-1u.jpg] 600x400 (~69Kb) upperside India: Arunachal Pradesh, Taley Valley WLS, 10.11.2005, Photo © Kedar Tokekar [eugenes-1v.jpg] 600x400 (~40Kb) underside India: Arunachal Pradesh, Taley Valley WLS, 10.11.2005, Photo © Kedar Tokekar

Larva on Adundinaria [MRS]


Sikkim, Assam - Burma, ?N.Thailand, ?Indo China Dodona eugenes eugenes ; [BOR, 654]
D. e. chaseni Corbet, 1941
Peninsular Malaya Dodona chaseni Corbet, 1941; J. fed. Malay St. Mus. 18 (5): 811
Dodona eugenes chaseni ; [BOR, 654 (name)]
D. e. venox Fruhstorfer, 1912
Sikkim, Assam, Yunnan Dodona eugenes venox Fruhstorfer, 1912; Ent. Rundschau 29 (3) : 24, TL: Assam
Dodona eugenes venox ; [BOR, 654 (name)]; [BMP: 206, pl. 31, f. 3]; Huang, 2003, Neue Ent. Nachr. 55: 100 (note)
D. e. esakii Shirôzu, 1953
Formosa eugenes esakii Shirôzu, 1953; Sieboldia 1 (1952) : 23
Dodona eugenes esakii ; [MRS, 608]
D. e. formosana Matsumura, 1919
Taiwan eugenes formosana Matsumura, 1919; Thous. Ins. Japan. Addit. 3 : 591, pl. 46, f. 4-5
Dodona eugenes formosana ; [BOR, 654 (name)]; [MRS, 608]

Dodona maculosa Leech, 1890
-. See [About maps] Dodona maculosa Leech, 1890; Entomologist 23 : 44, TL: Chang Yang
Dodona eugenes maculosa ; [MRS, 608]
W.China, C.China
D. m. phuongi Monastyrskii & Devyatkin, 2000
Dodona maculosa phuongi Monastyrskii & Devyatkin, 2000; Atalanta 31 (3/4): 488, pl. XXIa, f. 3-4, TL: N.Vietnam, Bac Can, Ba Be National Park

Dodona robinsoni Rothschild, 1920
Sumatra (Mt. Korintji). See [About maps] robinsoni Rothschild, 1920; J. Fed. Malay States Mus. 8: 160
Dodona robinsoni ; [BOR, 655]

Dodona durga (Kollar, [1844])
Tibet, Chitral - Nepal, W.China, C.China. See [About maps] Common Punch
Melitaea durga Kollar, [1844]; in Hügel, Kaschmir und das Reich der Siek, 4: 441, pl. 13, f. 3-4
Dodona durga ; [EBW]; [BOW: pl. 183, f. 5]; [BOR, 655 (name)]; [MRS, 609]

Larva on Apluda spp., Bambusa spp. [MRS]

Dodona durga sinica ; [MRS, 609]
D. d. rubula Fruhstorfer, [1914]

Dodona ouida Hewitson, 1866
W.China, Himalayas (west as far as Mussoorie), NE.India (hills), Burma. See [About maps] Dodona ouida Hewitson, 1866; Ill. exot. Butts [4] (Dodona Sospita): [80], pl. [41], f. 4-6, TL: East India (Darjeeling)
?Dodona ouida Moore, [1866]
Dodona ouida ; [EBW]; [BOW: pl. 183, f. 10-11]; [MRS, 610]

Larva on Maesa chisia [MRS]

D. o. palaya Fruhstorfer
Dodona ouida palaya ; [MRS, 610]

Dodona vanleeuwenii Roepke, 1921
Java. See [About maps] vanleeuwenii Roepke, 1921; Treubia 2: 85, pl. 1, f. 1-4
Dodona vanleeuwenii ; [BOR, 655]

Dodona chrysapha Fruhstorfer, 1910
W.Java (Vulcano Gede). See [About maps] Dodona chrysapha Fruhstorfer, 1910; Ent. Zs. 24 (35) : 194
Dodona chrysapha ; [BOR, 655]

Dodona deodata Hewitson, 1876
Assam - Burma. See [About maps] Dodona deodata Hewitson, 1876; Ent. mon. Mag. 13 (7) : 151
Dodona deodata ; [BOW: pl. 183, f. 3]; [BOR, 655]; [MRS, 610]
S.Yunnan, ...?
D. d. anu Corbet, 1937
Peninsular Malaya Dodona anu Corbet, 1937; Proc. R. ent. Soc. Lond. (B) 6 (5): 104
Dodona deodata anu ; [BOR, 655 (name)]; [BMP: 206, pl. 31, f. 5]
D. d. longicaudata de Nicéville, 1881
Assam - Burma deodata longicaudata de Nicéville, 1881; Proc. Asiat. Soc. Bengal: 121
?Dodona angela Grose-Smith, 1901; in Grose-Smith & Kirby, Rhop. Exot. [3] 3: (Dicallaneura-etc) 9, pl. 2, f. 10-11, TL: Thandaung, Tenasserim, 3500ft
?binghami (Moore, 1901) (Balonca); Lepidoptera Indica, 5 : 75, pl. 398, f. 4
Dodona deodata longicaudata ; [BOR, 655 (name)]
D. d. lecerfi Fruhstorfer, [1914]
S.Vietnam Dodona deodata lecerfi ; [BOR, 655 (name)]; [MRS, 610]
D. d. sakaii Hayashi, 1976
Palawan Dodona deodata sakaii Hayashi, 1976; Tyô to Ga 27 (1) : 12, f. 15-16, TL: Maribon, Palawan

Dodona henrici Holland, 1887
Hainan. See [About maps] White Punch
Dodona henrici Holland, 1887; Trans. Amer. Ent. Soc. 14 : 119, pl. 2
Dodona henrici ; [BOW: pl. 207, f. 1]
Dodona deodata henrici ; [BOR, 655 (name)]
Dodona henrici ; [MRS, 610]

Larva on Maesa chisia [MRS]


Dodona aponata Semper, 1889
-. See [About maps] aponata Semper, 1889; Reisen Philipp. (4): 156
Philippines Dodona aponata aponata ; [BOR, 655]
D. a. fruhstorferi Röber, 1897
Java Dodona fruhstorferi Röber, 1897; Ent. Nachr. 23 (1) : 5, TL: W.Java
Dodona fruhstorferi ; [BOW: pl. 183, f. 9]
Dodona aponata fruhstorferi ; [BOR, 655 (name)]
D. a. nicevillei Dohrn, 1899
NE.Sumatra Donona nicevillei Dohrn, 1899; Stettin Ent. Ztg 60 (7-9) : 246, pl. 1, f. 1
Dodona aponata nicevillei ; [BOR, 655 (name)]
D. a. pryeri (Moore, 1901)
N.Borneo aponata pryeri (Moore, 1901) (Balonca); Lepidoptera Indica, 5 : 77
Dodona aponata pryeri ; [BOR, 655 (name)]

Dodona speciosa Monastyrskii & Devyatkin, 2000
Dodona speciosa Monastyrskii & Devyatkin, 2000; Atalanta 31 (3/4): 486, pl. XX, f. 7-8, TL: C.Vietnam, Kon Tum, Ngoc Linh Nature Preserve, 1600m


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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.
[BHL]
The; Biodiversity Heritage Library; and on; Internet Archive; Note: The linking to the content of Internet Archive is somewhat delicate -- notify me when links break!
[BHR]
D'Abrera; Butterflies of the Holarctic Region, Part I-III
[BMP]
Eliot (Ed.), Corbet & Pendlebury, 1992; The Butterflies of The Malay Peninsula; 4th edition; ISBN 983-9681-05-2
[BOR]
D'Abrera, 1982, 1985, 1986; Butterflies of the Oriental Region, Part I-III
[BOW]
Lewis, 1974; Butterflies of the World; ISBN 0 245 52097 X
[CiNii]
http://ci.nii.ac.jp/
[EBW]
Smart, Paul, 1976; The Illustrated Encyclopedia of the Butterfly World; ISBN 0 600 31381 6
[Kedar Tokekar]
India
[LAMAS-2005]
Gerardo Lamas; Entomofauna 26 (6): 57-100; A Bibliography of the Zoological Publications of Hans Fruhstorfer (1886* - 1922+)
[MRS]
Chou Io (Ed.); Monographia Rhopalocerum Sinensium, 1-2


Some related literature:
Bates, [1868]
A Catalogue of Erycinidae, a Family of Diurnal Lepidoptera J. Linn. Soc. Zool. 9 (38): 367-372 (1867), (39): 373-436 (1868), (40): 437-459 (1868)
Corbet, 1937
Observations on Species of Nymphalidae and Riodinidae from the Malay Peninsula Proc. R. ent. Soc. Lond. (B) 6 (5): 99-104
Corbet, 1941
A further contribution to a knowledge of the Rhopalocera of the Malay Peninsula J. fed. Malay St. Mus. 18 (5): 805-313
de Nicéville, 1897
On new or little-known Butterflies from the Indo- and Austro-Malayan Regions J. Asiat. Soc. Bengal 66 Pt.II (3) : 543-577, pl. 1-4
Dohrn, 1899
Kenntniss der Lepidopteren-Fauna von Sumatra Stettin Ent. Ztg 60 (7-9) : 245-253, pl. 1
Westwood, [1851]
The genera of diurnal Lepidoptera, comprising their generic characters, a notice of their habitats and transformations, and a catalogue of the species of each genus; illustrated with 86 plates by W. C. Hewitson Gen. diurn. Lep. (1): 1-18, pl. A, 1-4 (1-2) (1846), (1): 19-132, pl. 4*, 5-25, 28 (3-14) (1847), (1): 133-200, pl. 1*, 26, 27, 29, 31-44 (15-23) (1848), (1): 201-242, pl. 30, 45-52, 56-58, 60-62, 64 (24-31) (1849), (1): 243-250 [?], (2): 243-326, pl. 53-55, 63, 65, 66 (32-38) (1850), (2): 327-466, pl. 59, 67-77 (39-50) (1851), (2): 467-534, 143, 144, pl. 78-80 (Index) (51-54) (1852)
Fruhstorfer, 1894
Neue Java-Rhopaloceren. V, VI, VII Ent. Nachr. 20 (2) (2): 19-24, (3): 43-44, (19): 300-302
Fruhstorfer, 1904
Verzeichniss der in Tonkin, Annam und Siam gesammelten Nemeobiinae und Libythaeinae und Besprechung verwandter Formen Berl. ent. Zs. 48 (4) : 274-296 (late January)
Fruhstorfer, 1910
Ein interessanter, weil für Java neuer Falter Ent. Zs. 24 (35) : 194-195 (3 December)
Fruhstorfer, 1912
:LAMAS-2005: Neue Nemeobiiden meiner Sammlung Ent. Rundschau 29 (3) : 23-24 (10 February)
Fujioka, 1970
Butterflies collected by the Lepidopterological Research Expedition to Nepal Himalaya, 1963. Part 1. Papilionoidea Spec. Bull. Lepid. Soc. Japan (4) : 1-125
Grose-Smith & Kirby, 1901; Grose-Smith in Grose-Smith & Kirby, 1901
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
Hall, 2003
Phylogenetic reassessment of the five forewing radial-veined tribes of the Riodininae (Lepidoptera, Riodinidae) Syst. Ent. 28 (1): 23-37
Hayashi, 1976
New subspecies of Libythea myrrha, Zemeros flegyas and Dodona deodata from Palawan (Lepidoptera: Libytheidae & Riodinidae) Tyô to Ga 27 (1) : 9-12
Hewitson, 1861; Hewitson, 1866
Illustrations of new species of exotic Butterflies selected chiefly from the collections of W. Wilson Saunders and William C. Hewitson Ill. exot. Butts [4] : (Systematic Index) IV, (Clerome): [1-2], pl. [1] (1863), (Drusilla & Hyantis): [3-4], pl. [2] (1862), (Dasyophthalma & Thaumantis): [5-6], pl. [3] (1862), (Morpho I): [7-8], pl. [4] (1856), (Pavonia I-II): [9-10], pl. [5-6] (1877), (Opsiphanes): [11-12], pl. [7] (1873), (Corades): [13-14], pl. [8] (1863), (Pronophila): [15-16], pl. [9] (1857), (Pronophila II): [17-18], pl. [10] (1860), (Pronophila III-IV): [19-22], pl. [11-12] (1868), (Pronophila V): [23-24], pl. [13] (1871), (Pronophila VI-VII): [25-28], pl. [14-15] (1872), (Pronophila VIII-IX): [29-32], pl. [16-17] (1874), (Debis I): [33-34], pl. [18] (1862), (Debis II-III): [35-38], pl. [19-20] (1863), (Haetera): [39-40], pl. [21] (1860), (Daedalma): [41-42], pl. [22] (1858), (Euptychia & Ragadia): [43-44], pl. [23] (1862), (Hypocista): [45-46], pl. [24] (1863), (Mycalesis I-IV): [47-54], pl. [25-28] (1862), (Mycalesis V-VI): [55-58], pl. [29-30] (1864), (Mycalesis VII-VIII): [59-62], pl. [31-32] (1866), (Mycalesis IX): [63-64], pl. [33] (1873), (Mycalesis & Idiomorphus): [65-66], pl. [34] (1877), (Idiomorphus): [67-68], pl. [35] (1865), (Melanitis): [69-70], pl. [36] (1863), (Taxila): [71-72], pl. [37] (1861), (Taxila II): [73-74], pl. [38] (1862), (Sospita): [75-76], pl. [39] (1861), (Sospita II): [77-78], pl. [40] (1862), (Dodona Sospita): [79-80], pl. [41] (1866), (Mesosemia I): [81-82], pl. [42] (1857), (Mesosemia II-III): [83-86], pl. [43-44] (1858), (Mesosemia IV-VI): [87-92], pl. [45-47] (1859), (Mesosemia VII-VIII): [93-96], pl. [48-49] (1860), (Mesosemia IX-X): [97-100], pl. [50-51] (1870), (Mesosemia XI): [101-102], pl. [52] (1871), (Mesosemia XII): [103-104], pl. [53] (1873), (Eurygona I-II): [105-108], pl. [54-55] (1853), (Eurygona III-IV): [109-112], pl. [56-57] (1855), (Eurygona V-VII): [113-118], pl. [58-60] (1856), (Eurygona VIII): [119-120], pl. [61] (1860), (Eurygona IX): [121-122], pl. [62] (1870), (Eurygona X): [123-124], pl. [63] (1872)
Hewitson, 1876
Notes on Mr. Atkinson's collection of East Indian Lepidoptera, with descriptions of new species of Rhopalocera Ent. mon. Mag. 13 (7) : 149-152
Holland, 1887
Notes upon small collection of Rhopalocera made by Rev. B. C. Henry in the Island of Hainan, together with descriptions of some apparently new species Trans. Amer. Ent. Soc. 14 : 111-124
Huang, 2003
A list of butterflies collected from Nujiang (Lou Tse Kiang) and Dulongiang, China with descriptions of new species, and revisional notes Neue Ent. Nachr. 55: 3-114
Leech, 1890
New species of Lepidoptera from China Entomologist 23 : 26-50, 81-83, : 109-114, : 187-192, pl. 1
Matsumura, 1919
Thousand Insects of Japan. Additamenta 3 [Shin Nihon senchu zukai] Thous. Ins. Japan. Addit. 3 : 475-742, pl. 26-53
Monastyrskii & Devyatkin, 2000
New taxa and new records of butterflies from Vietnam Atalanta 31 (3/4): 471-492
Roepke, 1921
Ein neue Dodona aus dem westjavanischen Hchgebirge Treubia 2: 84-88
Röber, 1897
Neue Schmetterlinge aus Java Ent. Nachr. 23 (1) : 5-7
Semper, 1889
Die Schmetterlinge der Philippinischen Inseln. Reisen im Archipel der Philippinen Reisen Philipp. (1): 1-46, pl. 1-8, A (1886), (2): 47-86, pl. 9-16 (1887), (3): 87-134, pl. 17-24 (1888), (4): 135-174, pl. 25-32 (1889), (5): 175-238, pl. 33-38, B (1890), (6): 239-270, pl. 39-46 (1891), (7): 271-380, pl. 47-49 [iv] (1892)
Shirôzu, 1953
New or little know butterflies from the North-Eastern Asia, with some synonymic notes. (1) & (2) Sieboldia 1 (1952) : 11-37, 11pls, : 149-159
Staudinger, 1896
Neue exotische Tagfalter Dt. Ent. Z. Iris 9 (1): 193-224, pl. 1-2 (July 1896), (2): 225-240, pl. 5 (Jan. 1897)
Tytler, 1940
Notes on some new and interesting butterflies chiefly from Burma 1 & 2 J. Bombay nat. Hist. Soc. 41 (2): 235-252, 42 (1): 109-123
Yoshino, 1999
New Butterflies from China 5 Neo Lepidoptera 4: 1-10


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