Description of four Iolaus Hbner, 1819 species in the subgenus Philiolaus Stempffer amp; Bennett, 1958 from East Africa, assigned to the proposed I. maritimus species group (Lepidoptera, Lycaenidae, Theclinae).

@article{Sfin2022DescriptionOF,
  title={Description of four Iolaus Hbner, 1819 species in the subgenus Philiolaus Stempffer amp; Bennett, 1958 from East Africa, assigned to the proposed I. maritimus species group (Lepidoptera, Lycaenidae, Theclinae).},
  author={Szabolcs S{\'a}fi{\'a}n and Julian Bayliss and T. Colin E. Congdon},
  journal={Zootaxa},
  year={2022},
  volume={5099 1},
  pages={
          46-64
        }
}
Four new Iolaus Hbner, 1819 species are described in the subgenus Philiolaus Stempffer Bennett, 1958. They are assigned to the newly formed I. maritimus species group. Members of the group occur in the coastal forests of Kenya, submontane and montane forests in Tanzania and Mozambique, and are locally distributed in montane forests at the western shores of Lake Malawi, in southwestern Tanzania, and northern Zambia/Malawi. 
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