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Celotes spurcus A. Warren, Steinhauser, Hernández-Mejía & Grishin, 2008
(Mexican Streaky-Skipper)

Type Specimens photo collection:

Celotes spurcus Holotype male

Live Adults photo collection:

Celotes spurcus

Larval Foodplants and Habitats photo collection:

Celotes sprcus type locality

Genitalia photo collection:

Distribution and Larval Foodplants:
 

Central Mexico

Synonymy

 

Bibliography

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Klots, A. B. (1951) A Field Guide to the Butterflies of North America East of the Great Plains. Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston. xvi + 349 pp.

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Stanford, R. E. & Opler, P. A. (1993) Atlas of Western USA Butterflies, Including Adjacent Parts of Canada and Mexico. Published by authors, Denver and Fort Collins, Colorado. x + 275 pp.

Steinhauser, S. R. (1989) Taxonomic notes and descriptions of new taxa in the Neotropical Hesperiidae. Part I. Pyrginae. Bulletin of the Allyn Museum 127, 1-70.

Warren, A. D., S. R. Steinhauser, C. Hernandez-Mejia & N. V. Grishin. 2008. Notes on the genus Celotes, with the description of a new species from Mexico (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae: Pyrginae: Pyrgini). Zootaxa 1926:27-40. (7 Nov)

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