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GUIDE TO THE BUTTERFLIES OF THE PALEARCTIC REGION. Pieridae part III (Subfamily Coliadinae, Tribe Rhodocerini, genera Gonepteryx and others, subfamily Dismorpiinae genus Leptidea).
Subfamily Coliadinae, Tribe Rhodocerini, genera Gonepteryx and others, subfamily Dismorpiinae genus Leptidea
Description of a new species of Chonala (Lepidoptera, Nymphalidae, Satyrinae) from NW Yunnan, China.
A new species, Chonala huertasae Lang & Bozano sp. nov., is described from Dulong-jiang valley, West slope of Mts. Gao-li-gong, NW Yunnan Province, SW China. A key to species and subspecies of the… Expand
Addenda to the genus Aporia Huebner  (Lepidoptera, Pieridae)
New data about the genus Aporia, achieved after the publication of the book Pieridae part 1 (Della Bruna et al. 2004), are here summarised. Many interesting taxa are discussed and… Expand
A review of the article "A new genus and two new species of Lepidoptera Satyridae, Sphingidae from Yunnan China" by D.-Z. Dong et al. (2018).
A taxonomic paper describing supposedly new Lepidoptera taxa was recently published (Dong et al. 2018) in a fully electronic and purely online journal, with ISSN-Online: 2313-7177, available from… Expand
Lethe elwesi (Moore) stat. rev., a distinct species, with description of a new subspecies from NW Yunnan, China (Lepidoptera, Nymphalidae, Satyrinae).
In this paper, the specific status of Lethe elwesi (Moore, 1892) stat. rev. is recovered and a new subspecies L. elwesi houjiangae Lang & Bozano ssp. nov. is described from NW Yunnan province, China.… Expand
The nomenclatural status of Phoenicurusia Verity, 1943 (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae: Lycaeninae).
Roger (Ruggero) Verity published Phoenicurusia as a subgenus of Lycaena Fabricius, on p. 21 of vol. 2 of Farfalle Diurne d'Italia (1943), since in the male genitalia the falces were bent like an… Expand
A new skipper from China: Notocrypta ariannae n. sp. (Lepidoptera, Hesperiidae).
A new skipper species, Notocrypta ariannae n. sp., is described from C Sichuan, illustrated with its male genitalia and compared with the four other Notocrypta species found in China.