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Satyrium liparops strigosa (T. Harris, 1862)
(Striped Hairstreak)

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Synonymy

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

Genus Satyrium Scudder, 1876

Bull. Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci. 3: 106, no. 8. Type-species: Lycaena fuliginosa W. H. Edwards, 1861, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. 13(6): 160, 164, no. 10, by original designation. The generic synonymy below generally follows Clench (1979), J. Lepid. Soc. 32(4): 277-281, with the caveat that there is disagreement over the rank of several taxa. The group is in need of revision

 

Satyrium liparops (Le Conte, 1833) (1793)

In: Boisduval and Le Conte, Hist. Lépid. Amér. sept. (10): 99-100 [1833], (11): pl. 31, figs. 1 ♀ D, 2 ♀ V, 3 larva, 4 pupa [1835].

Original Combination: T[hecla] Liparops

Type Locality: “Georgie”; defined as “Screven Co., Georgia” by Klots (1951), Field Guide Butts. N. Am.: 138; neotype from “Screven Co., Ga, Millhaven Plantation nr. Brier [sic!] Ck.” [Briar Creek]

Types: This taxon was described, at least in part, from a John Abbot drawing. The specimens upon which this drawing was based are probably lost. Neotype in MGCL, designated by Gatrelle (2001), Tax. Rep. Int. Lepid. Surv. 3(3): 3-4, figs. 11 ♂ D, 12 ♂ V.

Robbins and Lamas (2006), J. Lepid. Soc. 60(2): 88, established Thecla liparops Le Conte, 1833, as a nomen protectum (Code Article 23.9.2).

=    ‡anacreon (Fabricius, 1793)

Entomol. Syst. 3(1): 268, no. 34; cited Jones’ Icones 6: pl. 5, fig. 4.

Original Combination: H[esperia]. R[urales]. Anacreon

Type Locality: “India”

Types: Location of type(s) not known.

Robbins and Lamas (2006), J. Lepid. Soc. 60(2): 88, established Hesperia anacreon Fabricius, 1793, as a nomen oblitum (Code Article 23.9.2).

 

Satyrium liparops strigosa (T. Harris, 1862)

Ins. injur. Veget. (3rd ed.): 276.

Original Combination: Thecla strigosa

Type Locality: “Blue Hill” [Norfolk County, Massachusetts]

Types: Holotype (#26347) in MCZ.

Species-genus gender conformation is strigosum.

                         =    ‡”pruina” (Scudder, 1889)

Butts. E. U. S. & Can. 2(6): 879-880.

Original Combination: T[hecla]. l[iparops]. [ab.] pruina

Type Locality: “New England” implied from the title of the book, or possibly near the residence of “Miss Guild,” at “Walpole, Massachusetts.” [Norfolk County]

Types: “Holotype” may be in MCZ.

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