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Oeneis jutta harperi dos Passos, [1977]
(Jutta Arctic)

Type Specimens photo collection:



Pinned Specimens photo collection:

Distribution and Larval Foodplants:
 

N Manitoba & E NWT

Synonymy

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

Genus Oeneis Hübner, [1819]

Verz. bekannt. Schmett. (4): 58. Type-species: Papilio norna Thunberg, 1791, Ins. Suec. (2): 36-37, pl. 2, figs. 11, [11a], by designation of Butler (1868), Entomol. Mon. Mag. 4(45): 196.

 

polixenes group Gorbunov, 2001

Butts. Russia Class.: 226.

 

Oeneis jutta Hübner, [1806]

Samml. europ. Schmett. 1: 25, pl. Pap. [120] figs. 614 ♀ D, 615 ♀ V.

Original Combination: [Papilio] Papiliones I. Nymphales F. Jutta

Type Locality: “Lappland” [Lapland, Norway and Sweden]

Types: Type(s) probably lost.

Various Palaearctic “forms” and “aberrations” are not listed in this synonymy.

            =    timanica Sedykh, 1977

Geogr. Aspect. Conserv. Flora Faun. NE Europ. USSR: 103-104, no. 76.

Original Combination: Oeneis jutta timanica

Type Locality: “environs of Ukhta” [Komi Autonomous Republic, Russia]

Types: Syntypes in the ZIN.

 

Oeneis jutta harperi dos Passos, [1977]

J. Res. Lepid. 15(4): 213.

Original Combination: Oeneis jutta harperi

Type Locality: “Gillam, Manitoba”

Types: Holotype in MGCL.

Name offered to validate Oeneis jutta harperi Wyatt, 1965, Z. wien. entomol. Ges. 50[76](5): 70-71, where it is a nomen nudum. Masters (1969), Bull. Assn. Minn. Entomol. 3(2): 23-24, tried to do the same thing, but listed the name in synonymy.

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