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Badecla badaca (Hewitson, 1868)
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Badecla badaca TYPE, TL: Brazil
Photo taken by Gerardo Lamas and digitized by the Tropical Andean Butterfly Diversity Project, funded by the Darwin Initiative.
Any use of this image, except for personal study, requires prior written consent of the housing institution.

Badecla badaca TYPE, TL: Brazil
Photo taken by Gerardo Lamas and digitized by the Tropical Andean Butterfly Diversity Project, funded by the Darwin Initiative.
Any use of this image, except for personal study, requires prior written consent of the housing institution.

Badecla badaca (TYPE of Thecla zurkvitzi Schaus, 1902) ♀ [USNM].
  —   © Nick V. Grishin

Badecla badaca (TYPE of Thecla zurkvitzi Schaus, 1902) ♀ [USNM].
  —   © Nick V. Grishin

Badecla badaca (TYPE of Thecla zurkvitzi Schaus, 1902) ♀ [USNM].
  —   © Nick V. Grishin

Badecla badaca (TYPE of Thecla zurkvitzi Schaus, 1902, TL: Brazil (SP))
Photo taken by Gerardo Lamas and digitized by the Tropical Andean Butterfly Diversity Project, funded by the Darwin Initiative.
Any use of this image, except for personal study, requires prior written consent of the housing institution.

Badecla badaca (TYPE of Thecla zurkvitzi Schaus, 1902, TL: Brazil (SP))
Photo taken by Gerardo Lamas and digitized by the Tropical Andean Butterfly Diversity Project, funded by the Darwin Initiative.
Any use of this image, except for personal study, requires prior written consent of the housing institution.

Badecla badaca (TYPE of Thecla fernanda E. Jones, 1912, TL: Brazil (Pr))
Photo taken by Gerardo Lamas and digitized by the Tropical Andean Butterfly Diversity Project, funded by the Darwin Initiative.
Any use of this image, except for personal study, requires prior written consent of the housing institution.

Badecla badaca (TYPE of Thecla fernanda E. Jones, 1912, TL: Brazil (Pr))
Photo taken by Gerardo Lamas and digitized by the Tropical Andean Butterfly Diversity Project, funded by the Darwin Initiative.
Any use of this image, except for personal study, requires prior written consent of the housing institution.

Badecla badaca (TYPE of Thecla angusta Lathy, 1936, TL: Paraguay)
Photo taken by Gerardo Lamas and digitized by the Tropical Andean Butterfly Diversity Project, funded by the Darwin Initiative.
Any use of this image, except for personal study, requires prior written consent of the housing institution.

Badecla badaca (TYPE of Thecla angusta Lathy, 1936, TL: Paraguay)
Photo taken by Gerardo Lamas and digitized by the Tropical Andean Butterfly Diversity Project, funded by the Darwin Initiative.
Any use of this image, except for personal study, requires prior written consent of the housing institution.

Badecla badaca (TYPE of Arases spectaculorum K. Johnson & Adams, 1993, TL: Venezuela)
Photo taken by Gerardo Lamas and digitized by the Tropical Andean Butterfly Diversity Project, funded by the Darwin Initiative.
Any use of this image, except for personal study, requires prior written consent of the housing institution.

Badecla badaca (TYPE of Arases spectaculorum K. Johnson & Adams, 1993, TL: Venezuela)
Photo taken by Gerardo Lamas and digitized by the Tropical Andean Butterfly Diversity Project, funded by the Darwin Initiative.
Any use of this image, except for personal study, requires prior written consent of the housing institution.

Badecla badaca (TYPE of Angulopis microterminatis K. Johnson & Kroenlein, 1993, TL: Bolivia)
Photo taken by Gerardo Lamas and digitized by the Tropical Andean Butterfly Diversity Project, funded by the Darwin Initiative.
Any use of this image, except for personal study, requires prior written consent of the housing institution.

Badecla badaca (TYPE of Angulopis microterminatis K. Johnson & Kroenlein, 1993, TL: Bolivia)
Photo taken by Gerardo Lamas and digitized by the Tropical Andean Butterfly Diversity Project, funded by the Darwin Initiative.
Any use of this image, except for personal study, requires prior written consent of the housing institution.

Badecla badaca (TYPE of Gigantorubra mininota K. Johnson, 1993, TL: Bolivia)
Photo taken by Gerardo Lamas and digitized by the Tropical Andean Butterfly Diversity Project, funded by the Darwin Initiative.
Any use of this image, except for personal study, requires prior written consent of the housing institution.

Badecla badaca (TYPE of Gigantorubra mininota K. Johnson, 1993, TL: Bolivia)
Photo taken by Gerardo Lamas and digitized by the Tropical Andean Butterfly Diversity Project, funded by the Darwin Initiative.
Any use of this image, except for personal study, requires prior written consent of the housing institution.

Badecla badaca (TYPE of Gigantorubra necbadaca K. Johnson, 1993, TL: Argentina)
Photo taken by Gerardo Lamas and digitized by the Tropical Andean Butterfly Diversity Project, funded by the Darwin Initiative.
Any use of this image, except for personal study, requires prior written consent of the housing institution.

Badecla badaca (TYPE of Gigantorubra necbadaca K. Johnson, 1993, TL: Argentina)
Photo taken by Gerardo Lamas and digitized by the Tropical Andean Butterfly Diversity Project, funded by the Darwin Initiative.
Any use of this image, except for personal study, requires prior written consent of the housing institution.

Badecla badaca (TYPE of Gigantorubra solitaria K. Johnson, 1993, TL: Brazil (MT))
Photo taken by Gerardo Lamas and digitized by the Tropical Andean Butterfly Diversity Project, funded by the Darwin Initiative.
Any use of this image, except for personal study, requires prior written consent of the housing institution.

Badecla badaca (TYPE of Gigantorubra solitaria K. Johnson, 1993, TL: Brazil (MT))
Photo taken by Gerardo Lamas and digitized by the Tropical Andean Butterfly Diversity Project, funded by the Darwin Initiative.
Any use of this image, except for personal study, requires prior written consent of the housing institution.


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