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Wallengrenia o. otho (J. E. Smith, 1797)
(Southern Broken-dash)

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Synonymy

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

Genus Wallengrenia Berg, 1897

An. Mus. Nac. (Buenos Aires) (2)5: 254-255. Type-species: Hesperia premnas Wallengren, 1860, Wien. Entomol. Montaschr. 4(2): 38, no. 20, by original designation. The arrangement here follows Burns (1985), Smithsonian Contrib. Zool. (423): 1-39.

=    Catia Godman, 1900

In: Godman & Salvin, Biol. centr.-amer., Lepid. Rhop. 2(156): 462, 481. Type-species: Hesperia drury Latreille, [1824], Ency. méth. 9(Ins.)(2): (723), 767, no. 110 (= Papilio otho J. E. Smith, 1797, in: Smith & Abbot, Ins. Georgia 1: 31-32, pl. 16; subspecies), by original designation.

 

Wallengrenia otho (J. E. Smith, 1797)

 

Wallengrenia otho otho (J. E. Smith, 1797)

In: Smith & Abbot, Ins. Georgia 1: 31-32, pl. 16, figs. ♂ D, ♂ V, ♀ D, larva, pupa.

Original Combination: Papilio Otho

Type Locality: “Georgia” implied from the notes for the original drawing by John Abbot.

Types: Described, at least in part, from a John Abbot drawing. The specimens upon which this drawing was based are presumed lost.

                   =    pustula (Geyer, 1832)

In: Hübner, Zutr. Samml. exot. Schmett. 4: pl. [108], figs. 625 ♂ D, 626 ♂ V [1826]; (text): 11, no. 313 (1832, name given).

Original Combination: Thymelicus Pustula

Type Locality: “Georgien”; probably based on a specimen from John Abbot.

Types: Type(s) probably lost.

Hübner [1819], Verz. bekannt. Schmett. (7): 113, listed T. pustula without a description or indication; a nomen nudum.

‡”lacordairii” (Godman, 1900)

In: Godman & Salvin, Biol. centr.-amer. Lepid. Rhop. 2(156): 483.

Original Combination: Catia pustula (= Pamphila lacordairii Boisd)

Godman introduced the name lacordairii in the synonymy of pustula without a description or indication; a nomen nudum.

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