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Lasaia s. sula Staudinger, 1888
(Blue Lasaia)

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Distribution and Larval Foodplants:
 

W Mexico to Costa Rica

Synonymy

(From: A Catalogue of the Butterflies of the United States and Canada, Jonathan P. Pelham)

  Genus Lasaia H. Bates, 1868

J. Linn. Soc. Lond., Zool. 9(7): 397. Type-species: Papilio meris Stoll, 1781, Uitl. Kapellen 4(31): 146, pl. 366, figs. B, C; (34): 250 (index), by designation of Stichel (1911), in: Wytsman, Gen. Ins. 112(A): 184, 185.

      =    ‡Talites Capronnier, 1874

Annls. Soc. Entomol. Belg. 17: 20. Type-species: Papilio meris Stoll, 1781, Uitl. Kapellen 4(31): 146, pl. 366, figs. B, C; (34): 250 (index), by designation of Hemming (1935), Stylops 4(1): 2. A junior objective synonym of Lasaia Bates, 1868.

      =    ‡Lasaea Glaser, 1887

Cat. etymol. Coleopt. Lepidopt.: 279. An unjustified emendation of Lasaia H. Bates, 1868.

 

 agesilaus group Clench, 1972

J. Res. Lepid. 10(2): 155, 171.

 

Lasaia sula Staudinger, 1888

 

Lasaia sula Staudinger, 1888

In: Staudinger & Schatz, Exot. Schmett. 1(1)(20): 257.

Original Combination: [Lasaia Narses] var. Sula

Type Locality: “San Pedro de Sula” [Honduras]

Types: Lectotype in ZMHB, designated by Clench (1972), J. Res. Lepid. 10(2): 173, no. 7b, figs. 24 ♂ D, 25 ♂ V.

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